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Four Ball League Scoring

The Four Ball League Scoring App is designed specifically for golf leagues that implement the Four Ball match play

The Four Ball League Scoring App is designed specifically for golf leagues that implement the Four Ball match play

Four Ball League Scoring

by Paul Lapomardo
Four Ball League Scoring
Four Ball League Scoring
Four Ball League Scoring

What is it about?

The Four Ball League Scoring App is designed specifically for golf leagues that implement the Four Ball match play. This app allows league members to score their match in real-time, automatically updating team points, highlight stroke holes based on handicap and track total score. The app emails the match results to the league scorekeeper and players.

Four Ball League Scoring

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
11Mb
Genre
Sports
Last updated
June 14, 2016
Release date
June 14, 2016
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

The Four Ball League Scoring App is designed specifically for golf leagues that implement the Four Ball match play. This app allows league members to score their match in real-time, automatically updating team points, highlight stroke holes based on handicap and track total score. The app emails the match results to the league scorekeeper and players.

Configure your entire league roster and course data ahead of time to quickly initiate your match on the first tee.

Optionally, users can set Course GPS Coordinates (easily obtained from google maps) for each hole and get distance to center of green during play. Simply touch the hole number on scorecard.

A four-ball golf match, used in match play competitions, consists of two teams of two golf players competing directly against each other. Each golfer plays their own ball throughout the round, such that four balls are in play. A team's number of strokes for a given hole is that of the lower scoring team member. It is also known as best ball or more properly better ball.

In match play, each hole is won by the team whose member has the lowest score on that hole, and that team is awarded two points for the hole. If the teams tie for a hole, the point for the hole is divided between the teams. Optionally, two bonus points can be awarded to the team with the lowest combined net score or the team with the most hole wins.

Also see the Triad League Scoring App.