Score on your phone instead of a card
Trentham members can now use the MiScore App for scoring at Trentham. The app allows you to score hole-by-hole on your phone as you play your round. The app will work for both competitions and casual scoring.
For competitions, the app links to our OneGolf timesheet, competition and handicapping system. It will automatically recognise your group and their daily course handicaps. The app keeps a running score, and at the end of your round you can submit your score from your phone without need for a paper card or using the touchscreen.
For first use, you need to log in to the MiScore app using your OneGolf member log in (i.e. the same log-in you use for timesheets and bookings).
Trentham Golf Club has also enabled self-score submission in the MiScore App. This new feature now allows you to submit your own score, instead of just your playing partner's.
Verbal approval from your playing partner is required prior to submitting your score. To avoid physical contact, you can initial the signature field for your playing partner with their approval. The competition system will then receive your score and a copy of the score that you recorded for your playing partner. Should your playing partner be using a paper scorecard, they will score as normal.
The app is available from the Google Play Store (for Android) or the Apple Store (for iPhones).
- As Covid-19 support from MiClub (providers of OneGolf), the app is currently available free to golf clubs and members. Whether we continue with the MiScore app after the Covid-19 support period ends (unknown at this time) will depend on pricing.
- The app is an alternative to paper cards, not a replacement. Members who do notwish to use a smart phone can still use a paper card and submit their score as usual to the desk or to the touchscreen in the clubhouse.