Choose Your Scoring Method

  • Stableford
  • Modified Stableford
  • Strokeplay

Stableford Scoring System

Stableford ( or Modified Stableford ) are alternative scoring systems to the traditional Strokeplay Scoring System. Points are awarded on each hole as determined based on comparison of the number of strokes taken to a fixed score (usually par). This fixed score is then adjusted in relation to the player’s handicap.

Stableford and Modified Stableford scoring is generally more beneficial to the less skilled player as the player cannot score worst than a score of 2 over par. Once a player has taken two strokes more than the adjusted fixed score, he may pick up their ball as it is then not possible to score any points on that hole. They can then resume play on the next hole. Because of this, it is still possible to be competitive even allowing for a few bad holes. At the end of the round, the number of points scored on each hole is totaled to give a final score.

The winner of a Stableford competition is the player with the highest point total.

Standard Stableford Scoring:

Points → Strokes taken in relation to adjusted fixed score
0 → 2 strokes or more over, or no score recorded
1 → 1 stroke over
2 → Same number of strokes
3 → 1 stroke under
4 → 2 strokes under
5 → 3 strokes under
6 → 4 strokes under

Modified Stableford

Points → Strokes taken in relation to par
+8 points → Albatross (3 strokes under par)
+5 points → Eagle (2 strokes under par)
+2 points → Birdie (1 stroke under par)
0 points → Par
−1 point → Bogey (1 stroke over par)
−3 points → Double bogey or worse (2 strokes or more over par)

Game Building Statistics

Improve your golf game with the best and fastest statistics. Easily find out what your next lesson and practice should focus on. Striker statistics allows you to statistically track your rounds and quickly recognize where you’re losing strokes. Armed with this data, your instructor can develop a true lesson plan for improvement. After a few rounds of analysis, you will be able to break down your statistics and structure a practice plan that includes working on the areas of your game that are holding you back from getting to the next level

Enjoy Live Scoring

Striker Golf GPS offers live scoring for anybody with an Iphone or Android Mobile App. That means everyone in your group or tournament can each other’s scores on either Striker mobile-app Leaderboard or on Big Screen Leaderboard at the clubhouse. Play like a professional! Now you don’t have to guess how your competitors are doing 4 holes away. If you are playing among friends, enter your own scores. If you are playing a high school or college round, you coaches or representatives can enter your scores. Easily connect through your mobile app, iPad, computer, or television.

Invite Friends

Striker Golf is more fun with friends. Invite your golfing friends to join your Striker Social Network directly from you mobile app or through your personalized web page. Then stay connected and share your golf experiences with them. You can follow and comment on each other’s games within the app before, during, and after your round or on your personalized clubhouse. Trash talk and share your best experiences. Post these experiences to facebook.

Charity organizers and Golf League captains who need to keep everyone on the same page will love the social network features that allow you to group your friends into individual charities, golf clubs, and/or golf leagues

Set up your next game with your friends directly through the Striker Clubhouse and watch it show up on your mobile app

Live Scoreboards and Leaderboards

Striker Golf has come up with the most intuitive Live Scoreboard on the market. The easy to use interface allows you to quickly go from hole to hole and player to player to enter scores. The scorecard includes the course handicaps and takes into account your handicap index. Thee scorecard then crunches the numbers whether you are playing a match play or a stroke play tournament.

The scorecard will calculate the scores based on the Ryder Cup game you chose, the course handicap, and your handicap index. The scores are then reflected in a Live Leaderboard for all of your friends and competitors to see.

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