When creating a League through the Gallus Admin Dashboard, many organizers want a simple and intuitive way to get all of the information about their event into the software quickly. The Spreadsheet Import functionality provides a familiar way to collect information in an Excel spreadsheet and import it into the Gallus Leagues Software once for a seamless first round setup experience.
This method should only be used for the initial upload of a League Roster. For small changes leading up to the first round or in subsequent rounds, please utilize the dashboard to manually adjust details. For more information on the manual entry method, please view the below articles:
Once finished and saved in your spreadsheet editor of choice (XLSX format), go back to the spreadsheet upload page in the League software, click Choose File, and select the spreadsheet from your computer.
If you have a large league (many rounds and players), the page may tell you to come back in a few minutes as it needs time to import all of the data into your league. (You can navigate away from the page and the data will continue to upload.)
Once finished, all of the information within the spreadsheet will be viewable within the event.
Setting Up Start Hole For Courses Using 9-Hole Group Names & Hole Number Overrides
Before You Begin
For more information on 9-Hole Group Names and Hole Number Overrides, please view our How The Scorecard & GPS Works article. If your facility is utilizing this feature (due to being a 27-holer or having a unique hole number configuration), read on. Please disregard this section if you are a standard 18 or 36-hole facility.
Using The Start Hole Column
This column is designed to use the jargon you have set up in the Courses section of your app. If Nine-Hole Group Names &/or Hole Number Overrides are inputted in the course you have selected within the tournament software, you can use them within this column to make setup simpler.
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