Handicap Manager for Excel meets all the requirements of the USGA Handicap System for the computation of USGA Handicap Indexes. It can also be used to compute scoring averages, leagues handicaps and custom handicaps and statistics.
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Description: Handicap Manager for Excel is a custom application written with Visual Basic for Applications in Microsoft Excel. It is completely compatible with Excel 97/2000/XP/2003/2007/2010/2013 or higher. It meets all the requirements of the USGA Handicap System for the computation of USGA Handicap Indexes. It can also be used to compute scoring averages, track team scores, track statistics, league handicaps and custom handicaps based on user-defined parameters. Its user friendly interface and point and click simplicity make it easy to learn even for computer novices. Whether you are maintaining USGA Handicap Indexes for all the members of a golf club or just tracking your own scores, Handicap Manager for Excel provides an easy solution.
Change Info: Improved golf course tee management, new member only mode, improved score entry, new golfer stat and handicap history report, improved execution speed, compatibllity with USGA Handicap System, improved cimpatibility with Excel 2013-2016.
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