Click Setup menu and select Roster Options:
Lets you set the course\tees for which a course handicap is calculated. According to the USGA, a golfer does not play off his USGA Index. Rather, he converts the USGA Handicap Index to a Course Handicap and plays off the Course Handicap. The formula for conversion is Handicap = Index X (Slope of course / 113). That is, the course handicap equals the golfer's index times the slope of the course and tees being played divided by 113.
The first (top) course on this form is the Primary Home Course and is displayed as the handicap on all lists and reports. You can also set and display home course handicaps for up to 5 additional course\tee boxes. These Additional Course Handicaps can be displayed on any custom list view or custom report.
Example: Set the 5 (or fewer) Additional course values to whatever course and tee you choose. Click the View menu and select Custom Views. Load the Many Course Handicap view. You will see up to 6 handicaps for each golfer on the screen.
Season Start Date / Organization Info
The SEASON START is the date your golf season started. HS uses this date to track the number of scores a golfer has since the season started.
The organization name and address appear on most reports.
Miscellaneous Field Names
Miscellaneous fields let you track any information you wish. The following 3 types (date, text, and currency) are available:
Date (2 fields)
Text (1 field up to 30 characters wide)
Text (2 fields up to 20 characters wide)
Text (2 fields up to 10 characters wide)
Currency (5 fields that track any dollar amount)
Name the fields anything you wish. For example, you will notice the first date field is by default named "Birthday".
To enter data in any of these fields, double-click a golfer to view the Golfer Information form and click the Miscellaneous tab.
These fields can be displayed on any custom view or custom report.
In most situations the following options should NOT be checked. However if your group is using HS to track points and needs to enter 0,1,2, etc as a score, on a course with a 0 rating the following options are available: