Pocket PC alternative to the paper and pencil golf scorecard and PC skill improvement analyzer. Two-in-one software, for PC and Pocket PC. The Computer software, save, store, organize, show and analyse the scores for one or more golfers.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:18
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows CE, Palm OS
Description: Golfer is the electronic alternative to the paper and pencil golf scorecard and it is an instrument for self evaluate skill improvement. This is a two-in-one product, the package is composed of two software elements, one for the personal Computer and one for Pocket PC. Only one download is required from Internet, the Computer package. It has embedded the Pocket PC package inside and it will be installed automatically in the Pocket PC connected to the Computer. The Computer software package, save, store and organize the scores for one or more golfers (no limit to the players quantity), show, analyze and compare their historical skill evolution. By the Pocket PC software package you fill the score by your finger tips when playing on the Golf course. Pocket PC has inside his memory a small historical archive and the player can compare his today performance with the previous game performance. The golf player can fill it's score immediately during the game, not only for himself but for maximum 4 players together. When the round finish and the Pocket PC is connected to the Computer, the score is copied to the PC archive. The PC elaborates and analyzes all the player/players history. The same screen shots are shown on the monitor screen by the Computer software, as Pocket PC emulation, but they are integrated with bigger windows for archive management and score analysis.
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