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It appears that the person running our work golf league will be retiring soon. As the youngest member of our golf league I will step up and take it over. However, the person running it is using a homemade handicap system and it's a nightmare to figure out. I would like to download free, or pay for one that will do it all for us including the handicapping, points, standings, and schedule. We are 16 person league, 2 people per team, 8 teams and we play 16 weeks at the same golf course. The course has 45 holes.

Can anyone recommend something?

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Originally Posted by sigfan2340

It appears that the person running our work golf league will be retiring soon. As the youngest member of our golf league I will step up and take it over. However, the person running it is using a homemade handicap system and it's a nightmare to figure out. I would like to download free, or pay for one that will do it all for us including the handicapping, points, standings, and schedule. We are 16 person league, 2 people per team, 8 teams and we play 16 weeks at the same golf course. The course has 45 holes.

Can anyone recommend something?


If he can figure it out and has been using it, then so can you at least until you can get the oars out of the water.

He probably couldn't find a ready made system that would do it all.

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There are quite a few free programs out there, I just dont know the names of them. Im sure some here will. Good luck!

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Do a Google search on "golf handicap software".

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After writing and using my own tournament software since the late 1980's for my Mac, I have had to make the move to a PC. I have found a company who writes great software, is reasonable, and is very responsive to end user requests.

http://www.golfsoftware.com/products/tm/golf-tournament-software.aspx

Kevin

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