Amateur and Charity Golf Tournament Scores Posted Online – Charity Organizations Post Their Scores Free
(PRWEB) November 24, 2004
Now amateur and charity golf tournaments have a place to post their scores online after the event. Online scoring has always been reserved for the PGA Tours and those amateur golf tours lucky enough to have a website online.
Amateur Golf Scores http://www.amgolfscores.com is a Tampa Bay, Florida company that has put together an online golf score data entry system. “Tour operators or charity event organizers can now offer their players something more for their entry fee” says Kevin Jackman CEO of Amateur Golf Scores. Players can now view their scorecards online and share them with family and friends from across the world.
The scores are entered through an online data entry system. You may see how it works at http://www.amgolfscores.com/Tour.asp Once the scores have been entered they are visible immediately. There is nothing more to it.
Scoring packages allow the user to select different levels of scoring. The base package includes the Golf Course Name, Players Name, Front and Back Nine Scores. Our top level scoring plan includes 18 hole scoring, full golf course information, complete player information with bio and email address, as well as tournament stats like birdies, holes, driving distance and more.
“We offer our base package free to charity organizations” said Jackman, “They do so much needed work for our communities that we decided to offer this scoring system to them for free.
Amateur Golf Scores provides a free tour for all tournament operators and charity golf tournament organizers to preview our services. Use our contact information to receive answers regarding posting your amateur or charity golf tournament scores posted on our website.