The simplest way to post your golf score to GHIN is to open the app store on your Apple or Android device and search for GHIN Mobile, says Southern California Golf Association. GHIN mobile is the official application for Golf Handicap and Information Network.
The platform offers a personalized experience that allows users to manage and follow their games. Immediately after posting your scores, they become part of your scoring record and appear on the computer screen of your club next time it connects to GHIN, adds Virginia State Golf Association.
It is important to remember that your golf club oversees your scoring records as well as Handicap Index, notes Florida State Golf Association. If you made a mistake while posting your score online, you need to contact the person responsible for all GHIN scores in your club. These mistakes can range from entering duplicate scores to entering a wrong date or posting incorrect scores. By doing this, the mistake is corrected so that the correct information is relayed to GHIN.
When launching the application, you need to enter your GHIN number and your last name so that your information can be verified, states the United States Gold Association. The application retains this information for all future uses. If you are a member of different clubs, you are asked to select the association and club for which you want the information to display.