Smart Golf Bets Tournament Sheets

Posted : admin On 11.03.2021

This free Golf Score Log spreadsheet was created by request, but I sure had a lot of fun making it. I'm not a very good golfer, so I prefer NOT to track my score. Compared to most online golf score trackers, the spreadsheet is very basic. But, it does let you easily chart your golf scores for individual courses and it shows your handicap index and the course handicap on the chart.

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Printable Golf Score Logs

The following two printable golf score logs are just PDF files. They were created using the worksheets contained in the spreadsheet listed below. So, if you want to customize your own log, you can do so using the spreadsheet.

  • Basic Golf Score Log (.pdf)
    List the Date, # of Holes, Score Over Par, and Notes.
  • More Detailed Golf Score Log (.pdf)
    List the Date, Course, Par, Score, and Tees, Fairways, Greens, Puts, Pars, and Notes.
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For: Excel 2007 or later, Office 365, & Excel for iPad/iPhone
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Smart Golf Bets Tournament Sheets 2020

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'No installation, no macros - just a simple spreadsheet' - by Jon Wittwer Alice and the mad tea party slot machine.

Description

This golf score tracker is a spreadsheet, so you'll need Excel to use it. It includes the worksheets that I used to create the printable golf score logs above.

Disclaimer: This spreadsheet is not guaranteed to help you improve your golf score.

How Does the Chart Display the Course Handicap?

The course handicap is only displayed in the chart when you filter the list to show only ONE course. You do this by choosing the course from the drop-down list that appears when you click on the button shown in the image below. This will HIDE the other rows until you show them again by selecting '(All)' from the drop-down list.

The calculated Average score does not include any of the hidden rows, so you can use the autofilter buttons to filter by the # of Holes and which Tees you hit from in addition to the Golf Course.

If you are just using the golf score log to track your score, you may not care about how it actually works. But, if you are a spreadsheet lover, you might ask how this is done. I don't really want to take the time to explain it, but if you are curious, move the golf score chart and look at the formulas that are underneath it. Have fun figuring them out. :-)

Other Golf Score Trackers

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Below are some more (now just one after) sophisticated golf score trackers for those of you who want to keep track of the number of eagles (I wish), birdies (I wish again), pars (still rare), bogeys (that's me), greens, fairways, puts, etc.

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References

  • Golf Handicap at wikipedia.com
  • Golf Course Handicap Calculator at usga.org
For each hole a player loses (play is match play), he may take one club in his opponent's bag out of play. The opponent may reclaim his clubs one at a time, in any order he wants, as he loses holes back. Half-handicaps should be used. Players should decide before the match whether they can take away putters. Most choose to give the putter immunity, because it's too much of a handicap not to have one. Accomplished players can work around the absence of other clubs by choking up, hitting fades, and so forth, but it's almost comical not to have a putter. I don't agree, though. You can putt pretty well with a sand wedge or a one- or two-iron. Fuzzy Zoeller once broke his putter in a tantrum, and he was forced to finish his round using a wedge for a putter, since PGA rules prohibit club replacement. And Ben Crenshaw once finished a round by putting with his two-iron. In any event, assuming the putter gets immunity, what are the best clubs to take from your opponent? Though many golfers immediately pick the driver, it's probably the worst club to select. You'd be doing most players a favor by making them tee off with a three-wood or a two-iron. Obviously, a lot depends on your opponent's strengths and weaknesses, as well as the specific challenges of the holes immediately ahead. In general, the sand wedge is the best club to take away. Many good players use it for nearly every shot inside 100 yards. Also, it's tough to recover from greenside bunkers using any club but a sand wedge. On the other hand, if the player carries a lob wedge, taking his sand wedge won't matter much. A variation is not to use 'stroke' handicaps at all but instead have a club handicap from the start. The suggested method is for the higher-handicapped player to remove one club from his opponent's bag for every two strokes in their handicap differential. So if player A has an eight-handicap, and player B has a 14, player B can remove three clubs from player A's bag. The game then progresses in the same manner described above, with clubs coming in and out of play with won and lost holes. Pick Up Sticks may seem a silly game, but I highly recommend it for beginners. Many of the golf greats learned to play with incomplete bags. The game forces you to create shots, such as 'punch fading' a four-iron to hit it as far as a six, or hitting a 'running hook' with a six to send it as far as a four. We all tend to get lazy, carrying specialty clubs for every possible lie (yes, I mean you with the 'Divine Nine'), so Pick Up Sticks is a healthy and fun diversion.