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Enter course name and select from the autocomplete dropdown:


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Help Adding Scores

HOW DO I POST MY SCORE?

Posting a score is easy --- just follow these few steps

Find the course you played

  • Click on the FIND A COURSE button on the tool bar at the top of the screen to bring up the course locator
  • Enter the first few letters of the course name in the COURSE NAME field. TIP: The fewer letters of a course name you include in the COURSE NAME field the more course names will come up in the search results
  • Click on the SEARCH button --- this will display course names that contain the letters that you included in your search request
    NOTE: If the course you are searching for does not come up try entering fewer letters of the course name or search by city or state. If the course still does not come up maybe the course is not in the data base.
  • Click on ADD COURSE at the bottom of the search screen and add the course to our data base. This will require you to have a scorecard because you must enter yardage and a handicap for each hole.
  • If you have played the course before just click on the PREVIOUSLY PLAYED COURSES link on the left side bar. The initial sort is by the number of times you played each course.
    NOTE: You must be logged in to use this feature.

Select the tees you played

  • Click the ENTER SCORE link next to the course name NOTE: The various tees for the course you played will be shown
  • Click the ENTER SCORE link to bring up a blank score card for you to post the details of your round
    NOTE: If the tees you played are not listed you may be the first member to use those tees. You must click on ADD NEW TEE BOX and enter the accurate data. This will require you to have a copy of the scorecard because you must enter yardage and a handicap for each hole.

Post your score

  • Enter the date you played. TIP: When you post scores from a previous round be sure to enter the correct play date for that round to assure that your PEG CHARTS Handicap will be calculated accurately. NOTE: For a second round played on the same day on the same course set the round number on 2.
  • Any member of a group may post a score for other members of the group.
    TIP: Use the drop down to choose the member whose score you want to post
    NOTE: If you use QUICK ENTRY to post a score that round will not be included in your Average Details calculation.
  • Click the SAVE SCORE button

For answers to lots of other questions about the site read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Benefits of being a PEG CHARTS member

Track progress

By tracking your scores with PEG CHARTS, you will be able to monitor changes in your game as often as you want. Charts and graphs will give a clear picture to make comparisons of past records. Your PEG CHARTS Handicap will give an objective evaluation of changes in your scoring ability. All data is kept indefinitely so you can see changes year over year over year.

PRIORTIZE YOUR PRACTICE TIME

By tracking specific data such as putts, greens in regulation and fairways hit you can identify what parts of your game need the most attention when you practice. Spend extra time in practice on areas of your game that need improvement and watch 9 hole scores start to come down.

MONITOR GROUP MEMBERS

Create a group of fellow players and follow how often they play and how well they are playing. You can set your personal preferences to be notified when group members post a score. The notification emails contain links to their color coded scorecard. This increases camaraderie and encourages members to post all their scores so as to maintain an accurate PEG CHARTS Handicap.

PLAYER VS GOLF COURSE

PEG CHARTS has developed a proprietary formula to rate an executive golf course. The formula is specific to executive golf courses and can be applied to any executive golf course anywhere in the world. After a PEG CHARTS Course Rating is established it is possible for a player to create a personal PEG CHARTS Handicap by simply providing some explicit information about each round he plays. A PEG CHARTS Handicap will establish how many strokes a player may deduct from his score in order to make it likely that he will match par for the round. A secondary benefit of having a PEG CHARTS Handicap is that it allows executive golf course players of disproportionate golfing ability to play together and each have an equal possibility to win the match. Up until now executive golf course players who wanted to have a match with a fair and even chance to win the top prize had to resort to random methods of odds making on the first tee box to level the playing field. At best this was only an arbitrary negotiation to determine who got strokes on which holes. A member’s PEG CHARTS Handicap is updated after each executive golf course 9 hole round he posts in the data base. As a player’s proficiency changes his PEG CHARTS Handicap will change accordingly to always keep a current, accurate and unbiased scoring profile.