Stroke counters

golf Stroke counters help a player stay informed regarding the quantity of strokes he or she has made amid a gap, a whole round, or both. The most straightforward gadgets are series of dots, thumbwheels or "clickers" that a player propels by one after every stroke and give an aggregate to the player to compose on their scorecard after every opening; fresher varieties have different degrees of computational force included and can keep track of who's winning for numerous gaps, aggregate scores, and stay informed concerning over/under standard measurements.

These more propelled counters are by and large alluded to as "electronic scorecards". Counters without anyone else's input are permitted under strict standards, yet some multi-useful gadgets consolidate extra banned elements like rangefinders or wind gages, and thusly the whole gadget gets to be unlawful.