Four Things To Consider When Having Golf Scorecards Created For Your Golf Course

8 November 2016
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When you own a golf course, there are a few essentials that you need to have on site to make the overall experience more enjoyable for the people who come to golf at your course. Having printed golf scorecards available is one thing that will be needed for each game of golf that is played at your course. The guide below walks you through a few things to consider when designing the golf scorecards for your golf course.

Advertise Your Course on the Scorecards

If someone scores well during a game, there is a good chance that they will keep the scorecard to show off to friends and family. You want to be sure that the name and contact information for your golf course is printed somewhere on the scorecard so that anyone who sees the card will know the name of your golf course and how to call to make a reservation.

Consider the Color of the Print and the Card

When you are choosing what color you want the background of the scorecards to be, consider that they will be used outdoors in the sunshine and on cloudy days. You want to be sure that the color of ink you choose will be easy to read regardless of how bright it is outside and typically, a white background, with black ink is the best option.

Consider the Size of the Scorecards

You need to consider how large you want the scorecards to be. You need them to be large enough for everyone to be able to easily read them when they want to write in their scores, but you also want to be sure that they are small enough for people to easily fit them into their pockets. It is often best to have them printed around the size of an index card so that they can be folded in half and placed in a pocket with ease.

Consider How Many People You Want on One Scorecard

Typically, a scorecard will hold the scores of multiple players. You need to consider how many people you want to play at one time on each hole. If you have a large course, you may want to allow quite a few people to play on one hole at a time. If you have a smaller course, you may want to only allow four to six players on each hole at a time so that they move quickly so the next set of players can play the hole as quickly as possible.

When you order the scorecards from a company like Fore Better Golf, be sure to order them in bulk quantities. The printer will often charge you less when you order a lot of the same scorecards because mass producing the cards will be easier than printing fifty to one hundred of them at a time.