To mark your golf scorecard, simply input the number of strokes in the box corresponding to each hole, and tally the net score at the end of the game. Correctly mark a golf scorecard with tips from a professional golf instructor in this free video on playing golf.
Hello, my name is Conan Elliott, and I am director of instruction here at Camas Meadows Golf Club in Camas, Washington. Today, we are going to talk about how to mark your golf scorecard. And what we need for this is, materials-wise, would be a scorecard and a pencil or a pen to mark it with. To mark the scorecard is really simple. You merely go to the hole number, come down to your name. Here I have me and you. So, whatever I had on the hole, let's say, let's say I had a 4. You mark a 4 in the circle, in the square. If you had a 3, then you mark a 3. Each hole you continue that across to you get to the out. And at the out, you'd put the total of those first 9 holes in there. Then at the end, you would do the same thing on the back 9, then on the end you'd put the total for each of us. Then the total of the two nines added together and subtract whatever handicap you have. And, that would be your net score for the day. This is Conan Elliott, and that's how to mark your golf scorecard.