Your scores are yours and only yours and you should be free to take them wherever you want and analyze them however you like. We built this feature for you to do whatever makes sense for your game without feeling limited by what we offer here on golfity.
We have a new feature we're super excited to announce: we've added the ability to export your golf scores.
You worked hard to enter your scores in golfity but your scores are yours and only yours and you should be free to take them wherever you want and analyze them however you like. That's why we built this feature for you — so that you can do whatever makes sense for your game without feeling limited by what we offer here on golfity.
The exported files use the CSV format, which is a simple text file that you can view and manipulate in Excel or Google Sheets.
There are three different files you can download:
If you want to try this feature, just head to the golfity app and use the menu on the top right to find the "Export" option.
There are three different ways to track a new round of golf in Golfity
If you want to know if you are putting well, putts gained is the way to go and golfity will calculate your putts gained
You asked for it and you have it, enter the club you used in each shot and get your stats and strokes gained by club
You can see your strokes gained by category for each hole in the new scorecard stats we have at Golfity.
golfity can you show the strokes gained (or lost) in each individual shot. Learn which were the best and worse shots of your round.