This online score tracker allows you to input only 9 holes if you only played 9 holes. Front or Back green does not matter. Your averages and stats will be more accurate if you play 18 holes.
If you only play 9 holes a lot, the averages are configured in such a way that the system will find the rounds you only played on the front or the back 9 and give you a separate average for front and back. The system will also take the rounds where you played all 18 holes and give an 18-hole average.
Like averages, the latest rounds section is broken up into the front 9, back 9 and all 18 holes. For example, if you play in a 9-hole league, one week you play the front and the next week you play the back. So, enter scores as that and the latest rounds are generated by front 9, back 9 or all 18 holes. The system is set up to show the 5 most recent of each 9-hole. If you do not have one or the other, it will just not display anything.
We think this is one of the best parts of this scoring application. It is very interesting to see where you are wasting strokes as it could be on certain holes. It could have to do with putts. From tees to green to shoot even par, you should have 2 putts per hole. Yeah, yeah, it does not always work out that way. You may miss a green and 1 putt or you might 3 putt one hole and chip in on the next. Point is, that an average of 2 putts per hole will help you lower your score.
This system takes into account all the holes you play and if you enter your putts per hole, it will add up all your putts, averaged out by par 3, par 4 and par 5. You’ll see how many putts you have total and then see what your average putts each hole are for each par 3, par 4 and par 5. In addition, you’ll see your average score on par 3’s, par 4’s and par 5’s. One more cool thing is that we know it does not happen all the time but after 35 years of golfing and getting the first hole-in-one in 2018, the application will also keep a running total of how many par 3’s you play and keep a total of hole-in-ones.
There’s a section for recent scores. This section will show your latest 5 rounds and show it in score card mode. Score card mode will show your per hole and score on each hole along with your total score. Just like the averages, this system will show you front 9, back 9 and 18-hole scores. The scores will be displayed with your latest round to your older rounds.
You can view rounds by date. There is a drop down section where you can select a round by date to display. This section is good to be view older rounds that will not show up on your most recent rounds.
The NOTONELESSON Golf Score online application allows you to track all golf outings you’ve played in over time. This keeps track of your total putts, total holes played, average putts on par 3’s, par 4’s and par 5’s, and also your average scores. This is nice to keep separate from your normal golf stats so that they are not unfairly biased by very low outing rounds! If you do not play in golf outings, there is no need to worry. This section will remain blank until you enter any outing rounds. If you never play in a golf outing, you’ll never see it.
If you do not play in outings, there is no need to worry. This section will be blank until you enter any outing rounds. If you never play in outing no worries because you will never see it!
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