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The “One Player” method is set up differently than the Many Players method. With this method, the golfer is identified in the setup section rather than the score entry row because all scores being added belong to a specific golfer.
The One Player method can truly be the most rapid of the rapid score entry methods. If the golfer plays the same course & tee, the only data you would be entering is the date and score, which makes it easy to add a lot of scores in a short amount of time.
It can be even faster if you use the Ascending or Descending date order, which automates the date change. The date will be incremented up or down for each score posted. For example, choose “Ascending” date order and choose a date from last month in the score entry row.
The first score will be posted with the initial date set. Every score posted after that will have a date that equals the last date posted, plus 1.
Once you set a field in the score entry row, it will remain the same until it is changed. For example, if course and tee are changed when posting a score, it will be the default from that point on.