Getting started

Creating a Game

    • Select the “Games” tab (at the bottom of the screen, create and then select a unique group name for your group.
    • Choose “Scorer” if you will be entering scores for the game, or select “Watcher” if you just want to view the game’s leaderboards. You can delete or edit a group name by swiping left on the group you want to edit or delete.
    • Select an existing game (perhaps already setup by your group administrator), or create a new game. If creating a new game then supply the game date,  game type, skins type, and course (contact us to create a custom course if your course is not available yet).
      View Screenshot
    • When setting up a new game you can also optional setup the payout options for the game. Payout options include Game Ante (the amount per player that will be paid out to the winners of this game), Skins Ante (the amount per player that will be paid out the winners of skins) and Payouts (the payout percentages to pay for each winning place in the game, e.g. 60% for 1st place, 40% for 2nd).
      View Screenshot
    • Finally you can select a game to “mirror”. When a game is “mirroring” that means it’s using the players and/or teams that were setup for the game that is being mirrored. Only existing games on the same game date can be used as games to mirror. This can be used to setup Nassau type formats by first creating a “front nine” game, then create a “back nine” game and mirror it to the front nine game you setup. You could create a full 18 hole game too and also mirror it to the original front nine game. The result would be 3 simultaneous games, all using the same set of posted scores for the players in the game.

Scorecard Management

    • From the Scorecard Tab the top level is scorecard adding/editing/deleting. Adding/editing is simply setting the name of one’s scorecard. It can be any name but has to be a unique name per group. A suggested name is the tee time of the group that is being scored.


    • After players are added to a scorecard, tap “Start Scoring” to get to the scorecard. On the scorecard one can tap on a hole to bring up the dialog for posting one or more scores (or deleting one or more scores).

      View Screenshot

Using the Leaderboard

    • Tap the leaderboard tab at bottom of screen to open the leaderboard.
      View Screenshot

ScoreLynx pro