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Found a pretty cool score keeper app for my ipod touch. it tracks up to 9 players, any number of holes, and remembers the par for different courses, and it is only .99 cents.

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I discovered that a little while back I thought it was definitly woth 99cents. We have got plenty of use out if it.
I just got this app yesterday after seeing this thread. I have only used it for one round, but I'm loving it so far. It's cool that you can add courses online and then they are available to anyone. Unfortunately, I figured this out after adding 8 courses directly to my ipod. I'll have to add some later. I don't like searching my area and only having ball golf courses show up.
sweet , whats the name of it?
Its called golfcard lite. The lite version is 99 cents and the full version is $7.99. The full version keeps track of a bunch of player stats and does handicaps and some other stuff I think.
thanks for the info. this should help me a lot, so much easier than pen and paper.
the app I was talking about is called disc golf, not golfcard.
picked up the discgolf app, graphics look gay, but if it works good who cares how it looks.
The Disc golf score care is called Disc Golf, The do a great job of using bright colors and big numbers so It makes it easy to use on the When you are out on a sunny day. Did you Find the Discgolf game app? I think it was 2.99 it is not all that great but it is a great way to waste time when you can't get out on the course and you want to day dream about being out playing.
The disc golf app was just updated today, now it also tracks histories of courses you've played, plus average scores.
since there is one for the iphone and such, does anyone know if there is one for the blackberry's?
I am searching my Droid as I read these.........and yes. I found several for the Droid and I am installing a free one now, there were several to choose from!
Try the apps called scorecard and discgolfgps they seem to be really good you can track how far you toss each of your disc with a photo of the disc

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