We’ve been wanting something like this for ages; a fast, simple way of tracking the progress of your golfing mates.
We can’t help but let everyone know about this simple app that lets you track the handicaps of your golfing mates.
Available just for Android and iPhone users at the moment, Handy Cap lets you add a golfer’s name and GolfLink number to track their handicap and competition round results.
It’s the brainchild of Bradley Hohn, a keen golfer from Melbourne who whipped it up for his personal use.
A few of his mates started using it as well and, “in the end, I just decided to just chuck in on Google Play so that anyone could use it,” Hohn told us.
A list gives a quick view of each players handicap with a ‘dot representation’ of which of the 8 previous rounds are contributing to the handicap.
Tapping on a name gives a more detailed history of each of the last 20 competition rounds including a graph of the ‘played to’ handicap and official GA handicap.
Competition par, result and overall winner for the round is also provided for each round.
And that’s it. And that’s why we love it. Simple, easy to use and a fast way to keep up to date with how your mates are fairing on the golf course.
Reportedly a notification feature is in the works so will be notified when a friend posts a score. We’re told that more features will be added if the need is there and they can be easily implemented.