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Your course list
This is a list of all courses you play. Clicking on the name shows the scorecard.
The options to the right allow you to record a new round for that course, or remove it from the list of
courses you play.
Underneath each course, you'll see a "N rounds recorded" — that links directly to your stats
for that course.
New course options
It's recommended to try and find the course in the system before adding it, this option just let's
you search by keyword.
If you don't know the course name to search, you can browse all courses by your US state.
And if you still can't find it, you can always add the scorecard yourself.
New course scorecard
Enter the course title and where it's located (city/state).
Slope/rating information is required for handicap computations.
This is where you can enter yardages per tee, mens/ladies handicaps, and the course par for each hole.
You can add scorecards to the system even if you don't play the courses. If you want the scorecard to be
available to record new rounds, check this checkbox.
Viewing a scorecard
This area lists the course title, where it's located, and the par for the course. In addition, if you
have recorded rounds for this course, there will be a link to your course-specific stats.
Clicking on the "Show/Hide Details" link toggles the slope/rating information. This view has it showing.
This is the typical information you would find on any golf scorecard.
Golf Stat is best used in a modern browser, such as
IE7 or higher.
IE6 will not be supported.