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westflagator 11-05-2012 08:47 PM

Reusable Card or Phone App
 
What do you use, Reusable score card or Phone app?

If you use phone app which app?

And if you use card did you make it or buy it and how do you like it?

DiscGolfer16022 11-05-2012 08:53 PM

I use the PDGA phone app. It's a lil pricy but it will track your location and give you courses that are within the area. you are able to track up to 8 people on one card and save all rounds. I use it everytime i play and even in a tournament to keep accurate scores

LeBryson James 11-05-2012 08:54 PM

Discasaurus is pretty great has most courses. And it's free.

codus1984 11-05-2012 08:57 PM

generally counting to 3 doesn't bother me too much....but i will use a card if i HAVE to....

westflagator 11-05-2012 08:59 PM

just wondering what others use. i am playing in my first tourny soon and wonder if i should start using the cards to get use to them. i usually use phone app to.

codus1984 11-05-2012 09:00 PM

i use the cards for tourneys...i have discasaurus and some other app...i just find it to be a pain to have your phone out the whole time....

UnitedPuppySlayer 11-05-2012 09:02 PM

I use PDGA app. I'm usually keeping score for 4 people (we can never remember our own scores) plus skins usually. So an app/scorecard is needed.

DISCenchanted 11-05-2012 09:02 PM

I use the EasyScore app, and I really like it. Nothing flashy, it just keeps score well. I got a nice reusable card in a players pack but haven't used it yet.

westflagator 11-05-2012 09:07 PM

I use easy score too. very nice app, and I like that I can post score online.

Not really into Disc Caddy. It works ok but I like when I can post score online and keep up a chart on how I am doing

CaliZac89 11-05-2012 09:39 PM

Neither? Personally I go sweet and simple, got a golf stroke counter for $3-$5 awhile back. It's made to attach to a bag so it's perfect, no fumbling with pencils/paper or pulling out your phone just one click to record a stroke and another to record a putt.. There's digital ones too that have different features if thats up your alley, gonna run ya around $15. The phone apps are nice to have each hole scored individually and the ability to save rounds/link to internet.. But hey I'm an old soul and I like simplicity. The counters are worth your time to think about if your just looking to know a basic score each round and don't use Birdie Beads already. Hope this helps

**didn't see you were asking in regards to tourney rounds, disregard everything lol**


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