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Find below answers to your Course queries.
If you are unable to find what you need please contact us for further information.
In this section you can find:
- Find Your Course
- Can’t find your golf club?
- How to create tees
- Incorrect Tee data
- Adding a course review
- Adding a scorecard for the front or back 9 holes
To find your course ONLY enter the main name of the club for example for Richmond Park (London) Golf Club, type in RICHMOND and Golfshake.com will bring a list of 7 courses with RICHMOND in the title. You can then easily pick out the club you are looking for by clicking on the link. If unsure of the location leave the box blank.
If you are unable to find your club please contact us and we will either send you a link to your club or manually enter the club ourselves. If you are able to please supply any details you have for the course.
To create a tee, find your course using the "Course Search" box and click on the "Courses & Scorecards" link. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the link: "Click here to add a new tee for XXXXX".
On the blank scorecard add the name of the tee e.g. Yellow, Red, White, Blue etc, the number of holes (9 or 18), the Standard Scratch Score for the tee and if you have it, the slope.
If your club does not have 9 or 18 holes e.g. 12 etc. please contact as at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can amend the card to show the correct number of holes.
Go through adding the yardage, par and Stroke Index for each hole. Before hitting submit, please check the total yardage and Par is correct to your scorecard.
If you would like to use this card again in the future make sure there is a tick in the box next to "Click to auto add to favourites" this will make it quicker and easier to add your rounds in the future.
If you find any data that is out of date or inacurate, please let us know by clicking on the pink box
"If any of the above data is out of date or duplicated click here to notify us now."
To review a course click on Course Reviews tab shown below.
Scroll down to the bottom of the current reviews where you will see an empty box for your own review:
To Add the front or back nine holes go to your course and at the bottom of all the scorecards click on the link "Click here to add a new tee for XXXXX". This will bring up an 18 hole card but, name the hole "Yellow F9" or similar to differentiate it from other tees, make sure in the holes box you enter 9. Then enter the yards and Par as normal. For the SI Divide each by 2 and round up, this will give you the order in 1 - 9 rather than 1 - 18.
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