Round Summary

Round Summary

Round Setup, Handicap, and Scorecard
Benchmarks and Hole Insights

Once a round has been completed and confirmed, you will be taken to the Round Summary screen. Here you can view your round information and statistical graphics.

 As you explore the different areas of the Round Summary section, you can return to the main Round Summary page by tapping the arrow in the upper left corner of the screen.

Round Setup, Handicap, and Scorecard

Round Setup

The details set at the beginning of the round, including the date and duration (time played), are displayed at the top of the Round Summary. 4 - 4.5 hours for 18-hole rounds, and 2 - 2.5 hours for 9-hole rounds, are generally accepted as acceptable playing time. 

However, many golfers will advise that you stay one shot behind the group in front of you at all times and don't worry about the groups behind you.


Your Gross/Net scores are displayed on the scorecard near the top of the screen. Scroll down below the Round Summary to see your Handicap and any changes that occurred as a result of the round. Tap the information icon in the blue square to see more details on your handicap index adjustment.


A condensed version of your scorecard is also displayed; tap the View Full Scorecard link to view the scorecard in complete detail.

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Benchmarks and Hole Insights

To view Benchmarks and Hole Stats, Tap 'More Stats' and then tap 'Benchmarks' or 'Hole Insights' to view that section. 

More Stats

Round Stats Graphics

Tap each statistic graphic to enlarge the graphic and view the chart for that specific Stat on the screen.

Strokes Gained (Premium Members)

When you score your round using Strokes Gained, this data table shows your round performance categorized across phases of your game: Off the Tee, Approach the Green, Around the Green, Putting, Tee to Green, and Total.

Gross Score

This graphic represents your score in relation to the course pars. Your score is represented by the blue line and the course par is represented by the black line. If your blue line is below the black line, this means you are under par. If your blue line is above the black line, you are over par and should play more golf!

Par Averages

This bar graphic displays your scoring average for Par 3, Par 4, and Par 5 holes.

Example: The Par 4 column is a darker green, the lighter green above the Par line represents your score. Any strokes taken over a hole’s par will count against your average and will expand the light green bar above the Par line.

Targets Achieved

This graphic represents how successful your round was in relation to the Targets you set at the beginning of your round.

Fairways Hit

This graphic represents how successful you were at finding the fairway during your round as well the relative frequency and direction of your misses.

Greens in Regulation

This graphic represents how successful you were at hitting each green in the number of shots to successfully hit par with no more than 2 putts.

Other Round Summary Features

  • Tap ‘View Full Scorecard’ to view the scorecard of your round of golf.
  • Tap ‘Hole-by-Hole GPS’ to view the GPS mapping of the golf course you just played.

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