x4Golf - Online Golf League Management

x4Golf League Management

ABOUT OUR COMPANY

x4Golf provides on-line golf league management programs that are easy to use, affordable and backed with excellent customer support. Our goal is to keep things simple and save you time, and that's exactly what we do. We've been offering golf league programs for more than 10 years. We are user-friendly and willing to provide assistance by email or phone to help you get set up and running with your golf league program.

OUR GOLF LEAGUE PROGRAMS

Our Standard Golf League Management program is our most popular program. Individuals or teams compete against each other to earn points over a set number of rounds of play. Match play, Medal play, Best Ball, Combined Score, and Stableford are all options for league play. We also have a Scramble League program and Quota is on the way. Additional options include Skins, Net game, Birdie game, Closest to the pin, Longest Putt, Low Net and Low Gross in the round. Select or create your own handicap system. See all available League program features below.

Our Game Management program is designed for any number of players who wish to play golf at any time and at any course. You can take your weekend foursome or foursomes to the next level. Play different golf games or conduct a tournament. Use it on your golf trips. Play as 2 or 4 player teams or as individuals. Current games include, Gross, Net, Stableford, Quota, Best Ball and Scramble. Additional options for handicap calculation, skins, etc., as identified above for the Standard Golf League program are also available for the Game program. See all available Game program features below.

Our Handicap Management program is designed to provide score tracking and handicap calculation only. When all you need are handicaps, this is the program for you. See all available Handicap program features below...

Program Features

Click the program type below to view the features for that program.

League Management Features

League Schedules. A league schedule will be automatically calculated based on the size of your league and the number of rounds of play. The schedule is fully editable if you would like to customize it to your own liking or make adjustments along the way. Options exist to play flights, halves, position rounds, playoff rounds, championship rounds, etc. Provided a sufficient number of rounds of play are indicated, the program will calculate a schedule whereby each individual or team competes against every other individual or team at least once. For 9-hole leagues, options exist for alternating 2 to 4 different nines, simultaneous nines, etc.

Handicaps. You may select from our standard handicap methods or create your own. Options for creating your own handicap include the type of method (average or index), the number of scores to use, the best x of y scores, the last x scores minus high/low, percent of handicap, maximum handicap, etc. You may select options to adjust handicaps of players competing from different tees. An option exists to calculate "four ball" handicaps if desired. Team players can be automatically ranked by handicap. Maximum hole scores can be specified for handicap calculation purposes. Options include net double bogey, double bogey, triple bogey, twice par or max 10.

Scorecards. Scorecards are automatically generated for each round of play showing tee times, player names, handicaps and tick marks where handicap strokes are given. A league message can be added to the bottom of each scorecard.

Points. Point categories include options for individual and team play. Categories include match play, medal play, best ball, combined score and Stableford scoring. You may also choose to enter additional points manually or all points manually.

Scoring. Scoring may be by hole or by total score. Options exist for blinds, byes, forfeits, postponements or splits. Postponements allow you to score a match between two teams at a later date. Auto-tab scoring is also available.

Reports. Round reports will show both summary and detail information. Options exist to include low gross, low net, closest to pin, long drive and long putt. You can add a skins game, a birdie game and a net score game to your report if desired. A standings report will show accumulated points. Other reports include player handicaps, scheduled pairings, league schedule, player roster, team roster and score history by player. League rules can also be added to your program.

Captain and Member Logins. An option exists to allow league members to log in and view the reports mentioned above. They can also view any announcements on the home page as posted by the administrator or designee. The member login only allows for viewing reports. They are not able to change any information. A separate captain login is available if the league administrator may wish to identify one or more individuals to act as a back-up.

Our Scramble League program works similar to the League program but in a scramble format. Two or four player teams may be formed.

Registration. To register for a no obligation, no cost, four week trial of our League program or Scramble program, click on "Register" above. All of the above features and more are included in for only $45 per year.

Game Management Features

The Game program differs from the league program in that any number of players or teams can play at any time. Think of a weekend foursome or group of foursomes getting together for a round of golf. The game program can also be used for tournaments.

Games. Current games include Gross/Net, Stableford, Quota, 2-Player Best Ball, 2-Player Combined Score, 2-Player Scramble, 4-Player Scramble, 4-Player Best 2 Balls and 4-Player Best 3 Balls. New games are added from to time to time.

Foursomes/Teams. Foursomes or teams can be created manually or by blind draw. Play as individuals or teams. Flights may also be used.

Handicaps. You may select from our standard handicap methods or create your own. Options for creating your own handicap include the type of method (average or index), the number of scores to use, the best x of y scores, the last x scores minus high/low, percent of handicap, maximum handicap, etc. You may select options to adjust handicaps of players competing from different tees. An option exists to calculate "four ball" handicaps if desired. Team players can be automatically ranked by handicap. Maximum hole scores can be specified for handicap calculation purposes. Options include net double bogey, double bogey, triple bogey, twice par or max 10.

Points. Points may be optionally assigned for each game. If desired, points may be accumulated. If points are not assigned results are posted by finishing position.

Schedule. A schedule is created to show dates of play, course, game and tee time. The program will automatically follow your schedule. You may have as many schedule entries as you like or as few as one.

Scorecards. Scorecards are automatically generated for each round of play showing tee times, player names, handicaps and tick marks where handicap strokes are given. A league message can be added to the bottom of each scorecard.

Scoring. Scoring may be by hole or by totals. Auto-tab scoring is also available.

Reports. Game reports will show both summary and detail information. Options exist to include low gross, low net, closest to pin, long drive and long putt. You can add a skins game, a birdie game and a net score game to your report if desired. A standings report will show accumulated points. Other reports include player handicaps, scheduled pairings, league schedule, player roster, team roster and score history by player. League rules can also be added to your program.

Captain and Member Logins. An option exists to allow league members to log in and view the reports mentioned above. They can also view any announcements on the home page as posted by the administrator or designee. The member login only allows for viewing reports. They are not able to change any information. A separate captain login is available if the league administrator may wish to identify one or more individuals to act as a back-up.

Registration. To register for a no obligation, no cost, four week trial of our Game program, click on "Register" above. All of the above features and more are included for only $45 per year.

Handicap Management Features

You can use the Golf Handicap program for yourself or any number of players in your group or league.

Scoring. You may enter scores by hole or by totals. Auto-tab scoring is also available.

Handicaps. You may select from our standard handicap methods or create your own. Options for creating your own handicap include the type of method (average or index), the number of scores to use, the best x of y scores, the last x scores minus high/low, percent of handicap, maximum handicap, etc. You may select options to adjust handicaps of players competing from different tees. An option exists to calculate "four ball" handicaps if desired. Team players can be automatically ranked by handicap. Maximum hole scores can be specified for handicap calculation purposes. Options include net double bogey, double bogey, triple bogey, twice par or max 10.

Stroke Control. If scoring by hole, maximum hole scores can be specified to calculate adjusted gross scores for handicap calculation.

Captain and Member Logins. An option exists to allow league members to log in and view the reports mentioned above. They can also view any announcements on the home page as posted by the administrator or designee. The member login only allows for viewing reports. They are not able to change any information. A separate captain login is available if the league administrator may wish to identify one or more individuals to act as a back-up.

Registration. To register for a no obligation, no cost, four week trial click on "Register" above. All of the above features and more are included in the Golf Handicap program for only $45 per year.

SCREENSHOTS

Click the image below to view a few screenshots from the League program. This will give you an idea of how information is presented, straight forward and easy to read. There are many more pages and each program has their own program-specific pages.

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