Golf Handicap Trackers Just Got Easier

TheGrint.com is a new website and Golf Handicap Tracker aimed to the golf community with a completely new and innovative way to serve them. No more annoyance. To track your handicap you simply take a picture of your Scorecard at the end of your golf round, email it to them and they upload it for you. It's a brilliant concept for Golf Handicap Serrvices that has not been explored before.

(PRWEB) October 31, 2012

Golfers have always struggled with the hassle of posting scores and using golf handicap trackers. Not only do they need to remember to take the scorecard home and enter the score themselves, but it also costs money. And keeping the score on mobile devices and those handicap calculators won’t do it for most people because it is simply too distracting.

But things are about to change, there is a new website called TheGrint that has a completely new approach that will change things forever. Check this out, the golfer just takes a picture of the Scorecard with a smartphone, sends it to them, and TheGrint's staff uploads it. Pretty simple, huh? And the best thing... it is free!

Now, does it really work? Is this Golf Handicap Service really what it claims? Well, when a test was conducted by sending a Scorecard picture on Sunday afternoon, the score was already uploaded by Monday 8am … there it was, so simple that blew it our minds.

So, the picture feature is pretty cool. What about the rest? The website will change how you look at golf! The site is on BETA mode still, but it is as innovative as it gets. The coolest feature is that it ranks the users against their friends so they can compare and joke with each other.

So golfers go check it out, things might change forever on how scores are uploaded and Golf Handicaps are Tracked.


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