I saw a guy at Sedgley Woods (Philadelphia) with one. He uses it along with the hand written ones to make sure everything is accurate. I think his was a ball golf one, but he said it was one of the more expensive ones. Still a nice piece of equipment to have in the bag...
I tried one because a friend convinced me. but it slowed me down and I find it easier to just keep up with how over/under par I am during a casual game.
so it sits on my desk. one of my friends still uses his ,I think because he gets confused about his score all the time, and it really does slow him /and our group down a bit.
and you can get them from most big sports stores like Academy, or even Target and Walmart.
I'm not sure an electric score card would be worth it unless it allowed you to track scores from different rounds and compare them. My blackberry has a free app that allows that and you can customize specific hole info. Much more trouble than it is worth though.
Writing down scores in a casual round is too much hassle...unless there's a friendly wager involved! I play weekly in a league where written scores are required but scorecards are sometimes not supplied. And of course tournament play requires a paper scorecard to be turned in. So I decided to make a writable/washable clip board scorecard that works with ordinary pencil. Holds paper for tournaments, re-usable for leagues. Sorry for the shameless promotion, but check it out if your interested...www.chainlinksdiscgolf.com
I have one of your scorecards. It's great. I saw your ad in disc golf mag. Nice product. Everyone I show it to thinks it's sweet. I bought it last year and dispite the hard use, it still works fantastic. When are you coming out withsome new gear?