Scorecard app for your iPhone

3/4/2010 by John Borelli

Check out this review for DiscGolf ScoreSheet, a disc golf scorecard app for the iPhone and iTouch. The guy gave it a pretty favorable review, but have any of you tried it yet?

If you have, let us know if we should invest our two bucks!  (more screenshots)


by Pete Charron on 3/4/2010 at 9:21:24 AM
It's a pretty good app I'm not gonna lie. My buddy was using it all the time over the summer and it keeps all of your scores for particular courses saved so you can see your average scores and I believe it even averages your scores on every hole you play... I was pretty jealous over the summer but hey, what can ya do? Definitely no iphone in my future.. From my limited experiences with it, I would definitely recommend it..

by Webb on 3/4/2010 at 9:36:50 AM
I like using this program. The latest enhancements include keeping a history of scores, storing courses with proper pars etc.

by Jeff W on 3/4/2010 at 11:01:50 AM
I have it and its definitely worth the $2 !

by Brendsn on 3/4/2010 at 11:10:14 AM
This is a decent App. I think it has potential to be better though. It will keep track of your scores by course and hole by hole as well as hole averages. What it lacks is a more sophisticated way of breaking down your stats for you. If you are looking to simply have a scorecard this is for you. If your looking for breakdowns and comparisons try a spreadsheet.

by Fabricio Abdala on 3/4/2010 at 12:48:42 PM
I have it, it works but I like the conventional score card better , having to unlock the Iphone and go through everyon's name one by one is not faster than just write the scores down in paper. The old way is better because is faster and everyone is able to look at it anytime , the Iphone app is only ok if you are playing alone, still I like the regular score card for that too but that's me !

by Jay Ducharme on 3/6/2010 at 8:28:38 AM
This is the best of the Disc Golf apps so far on the iPhone. It's quick and simple to use on the course. It's flexible enough to allow you to set up the pars for each course you play regularly. It also keeps a history of your games, sort of like a personal Disc Golf Scene. It was a bit of a pain for me to use this winter, because I had to remove my gloves each time to enter the scores. As for unlocking the iPhone each time, I just set it so it won't turn off while I'm playing. IMO, it's well worth the $2.

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