Frequently Asked Questions
Most of them. MiScore has been successfully used on a very wide range of smartphones. MiClub is always available to assist when required to test any new devices.
Golfers subscribe to MiScore within the app using their Apple App Store or Google Play Store accounts.
You can use MiScore at 500 plus golf clubs and courses using MiClub software. The social scoring and GPS functions will be available at all 500 sites. Although, competition score submission will be determined by the club for any event.
Yes, MiScore app is an approved method of scoring under the rules of golf 3.3b(2)/1.
MiClub. All MiScore users have access to MiClub’s reliable support service through the in-app feedback form or firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, we encourage feedback! However, keeping MiScore simple to use is a priority. MiClub is conscious of improving the pace of play, so contact with the MiScore app during rounds will be minimised with only essential features and requirements.
The golf club can place an order with MiClub. When members download the app and login to the club it will bypass the payment request.
Yes, players will still have this option as it works alongside players using the app. Especially when using the self-scoring option approved by Golf Australia during COVID.
No, the Club Subscription option is available for club members only. However, visitors will be able to use MiScore if they purchase a User Subscription.
No! If the club/course prefers the members to subscribe to MiScore, rather than the club/course taking up the Club Subscription model, then there is no charge to the club/course to use MiScore app. The exception to additional costs will be Pace of Play as mentioned earlier.
Yes, MiScore will include additional competition types over the coming weeks and months. Fourball competitions are now supported and foursomes will be available in the coming weeks.
There will be continual enhancements to MiScore. Most will have no charge as we improve the app. At this stage, the Pace of Play module is the only enhancement with additional costs.
Our development focus has been on COVID features such as self-scoring. However, we can now devote our development time to completing this module. The new Pace of Play module is now under development and we will notify clients of it’s availability as we get closer to release.
Currently MiScore has a round timer and reports on individual round times. These are included in MiScore free of charge. The full Pace of Play module will attract an additional cost to the club which is still yet to be determined. The investment will be considerably less than alternative products on the market that rely on hardware as part of their solution.
Yes, however this will be determined after year 1 on a case-by-case basis.
MiScore has been highly successful with many of the 240 clubs reporting an uptake by 90% of their fields. A report will soon be publishing outlining the percentage uptake at all clubs.