The Memorial Golf Tournament 2012 officially kicks off today in Dublin, Ohio. Held at Muirfield Village, Jack Nicklaus’ tournament is one the highlights of the PGA Tour. I won’t be playing in any PGA tournaments any time soon, but I still like to head out to the greens every now and then and am trying to set up a golf league at my work. This also lead me to create my latest sports related Excel template: the golf score and stat tracking sheet. It’s another way to make golf fun – as frustrating as it can be some times.
So I thought I would share with all of you my golf scorecard spreadsheet template. This spreadsheet can help you with your golf scoring. It also doubles as a template to score a golf league – just copy the first sheet to add more players. There is even a golf handicap score row included in the spreadsheet to allow for you to keep track of each player’s handicap on each and every hole – it doesn’t matter whether you only play nine or go for the full eighteen. You can keep score either using the traditional golf scoring method or create your own points system based on a handicap score – the choice is yours!
The golf card spreadsheet is downloaded as an .xls file. The template is fully automated – no macros are needed or included with the workbook. There is a section on the scorecard for tracking a golf player’s stats. Using my COUNTIF formulas you can see how many eagles, birdies, pars, bogies, and double bogies you hit on the course. Are there any other stats you can think of that I am missing?
Download the Golf Score Card Spreadsheet Template from Google Docs.
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