The DGV certified PC CADDIE version 2019 offers a new scoring method new scoring method - Stroke play/Highest score.
The programming is done in such a way that the competition can be handicap effective at any time, under any circumstances. So you can either fix the maximum score so low that 4 strokes per hole are still correctly calculated for the handicap effectiveness (there are also game handicaps of 60 …), or with Net par + 2 the maximum score for each player each hole is calculated individually, depending on the game requirements!
A maximum score per hole improves the game speed in stroke play tournaments. Since the handicap calculation is carried out according to Stableford, this is also not a problem for the handicap effectiveness of the competition.
This is what you have to do, providing your competition announcement allows it:
Create a new tournament:
PC CADDIE automatically prints the highest hole's result on the scorecards - so that the player knows from when he can pick up the ball and try his luck on the next tee.
When entering the result, it does not matter whether you enter the intended maximum result or an actually played number of strokes (for example, 20). When adding up the results, PC CADDIE will only add up the maximum result per hole set for the stroke play result!
Normal inputs for stroke play results:
For this screenshot, the highest result is set to Net par + 2; when entering the result you see the set maximum score per hole for a player, the same way you see it on the scorecard!
If you want to enter a line despite the stroke play, PC CADDIE suggests entering the maximum score:
As soon as you confirm the entry of maximum strokes, the 7 is automatically entered at this hole.