How Score Posting Works

How Score Posting Works

Before You Begin

This article will outline the process of posting a score to the World Handicap System through the USGA's GHIN service, GolfNet, or Golf Canada.
Make sure you have an adequate understanding of how to keep score in a Gallus Golf mobile app by reading our How The Virtual Caddie Works article.

User Tutorial


GHIN


Posting A Score In The Virtual Caddie

  1. Keep score in the Scorecard & GPS module of a Gallus Golf mobile app.
  2. Once the last hole of a round has been entered, a round summary page will appear. Tap Post Round.

  3. Enter the user's GHIN Number and Last Name, then tap Login.

  4. On the ensuing page, enter/edit the following information:

      1. Date (auto-filled to today's date).
      2. Type
        1. Tournament
        2. Home
        3. Away
      3. Course (auto-filled to the course that was played in the app).
      4. Holes
        1. 18 Holes
        2. Front 9
        3. Back 9
      5. Tee
      6. Gross Score (auto-filled to the total gross score entered in the app's scorecard).
        1. The user can click the pencil next to the Gross Score if they would like the make changes.
      7. Adjusted Gross Score (auto-filled after tee box is selected based on the course's slope/rating).
  5. When satisfied with the information on the screen, tap Post Score.

  6. DONE! A summary page of the posted score will be displayed to the user.

Posting A Score In The Profile

  1. Click the Profile silhouette at the top-right of the app's Home Screen.

  2. On the ensuing page, tap Post Score.

  3. Enter the user's GHIN Number and Last Name, then tap Login.
  4. On the ensuing page, enter/edit the following information:
      1. Date (auto-filled to today's date).
      2. Type
        1. Tournament
        2. Home
        3. Away
      3. Course (auto-filled to the course that was played in the app).
      4. Holes
        1. 18 Holes
        2. Front 9
        3. Back 9
      5. Tee
      6. Gross Score (auto-filled to the total gross score entered in the app's scorecard).
        1. The user can click the pencil next to the Gross Score if they would like the make changes.
      7. Adjusted Gross Score (auto-filled after tee box is selected based on the course's slope/rating).
  5. When satisfied with the information on the screen, tap Post Score.
  6. DONE! A summary page of the posted score will be displayed to the user.

GolfNet/Golf Canada


Posting A Score In The Virtual Caddie

  1. Keep score in the Scorecard & GPS module of a Gallus Golf mobile app.
  2. Once the last hole of a round has been entered, a round summary page will appear. Tap Post Round.

  3. Enter the user's Golf Canada ID and Last Name, then tap Login.

  4. On the ensuing page, enter/edit the following information:

      1. Date (auto-filled to today's date).
      2. Type
        1. Exceptional
        2. Tournament
        3. Penalty
        4. Combined
        5. Home
        6. Away
      3. Course (auto-filled to the course that was played in the app).
      4. Holes
        1. 18 Holes
        2. Front 9
        3. Back 9
      5. Tee
      6. Gross Score (auto-filled to the total gross score entered in the app's scorecard).
        1. The user can click the pencil next to the Gross Score if they would like the make changes.
      7. Adjusted Gross Score (auto-filled after tee box is selected based on the course's slope/rating).
  5. When satisfied with the information on the screen, tap Post Score.

  6. DONE! A summary page of the posted score will be displayed to the user.

Posting A Score In The Profile

  1. Click the Profile silhouette at the top-right of the app's Home Screen.

  2. On the ensuing page, tap Post Score.

  3. Enter the user's Golf Canada ID and Last Name, then tap Login.
  4. On the ensuing page, enter/edit the following information:
      1. Date (auto-filled to today's date).
      2. Type
        1. Exceptional
        2. Tournament
        3. Penalty
        4. Combined
        5. Home
        6. Away
      3. Course (auto-filled to the course that was played in the app).
      4. Holes
        1. 18 Holes
        2. Front 9
        3. Back 9
      5. Tee
      6. Gross Score (auto-filled to the total gross score entered in the app's scorecard).
        1. The user can click the pencil next to the Gross Score if they would like the make changes.
      7. Adjusted Gross Score (auto-filled after tee box is selected based on the course's slope/rating).
  5. When satisfied with the information on the screen, tap Post Score.
  6. DONE! A summary page of the posted score will be displayed to the user.


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