Golfshake Updates to kick start 2018
To kick start your 2018 season we have started to roll out new updates to Golfshake to improve the service we provide and provide even better information for you on your quest to playing better golf and lowering your golf handicap. Check out the updates below.
Score Tracker Updates
The main web score entry page as had several enhancements to improve the usability including the following:
- Refreshed layout reducing some of the unneeded options
- Comment box now increased to 200 characters
- Nett score auto populated from score and strokes during score entry
- Stableford points auto populated from score and strokes during score entry
- Hole stroke allocation identified from dots next to the hole numbers
Member Home Page and Profile
The member home page as been tweaked to provide direct access to your key stats as well as providing a link to Your Profile which includes access to your: Golf News, Rounds, Golf Snapshot and Courses.
My Courses - New Golfing Map
The My Courses page now includes a Map showing where you have played. To access simply click the My Profile from the My Game home page or access My Profile from the Golfers page.
2017 Golf Stats and NEW Infographic
To help get your game in shape for 2018 we thought it would be good to provide an overview of your game in 2017. This new report is available via the Analyse section and from the Yearly Reports and will provide a snapshot of how much you played, what you shot and your golf handicap for the year.
Additionally you can access an image version of the report which you can share online via the link on the main page. This will provide a page with an image friendly version which will open the image for you to save and then share.
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