Note: If you are experiencing issues with MiScore, ensure you have the latest operating system version for your device. If an update is required, attempt to install the latest version then re-try MiScore. Check that Mobile data use is allowed for MiScore in the device settings as well if you experience issues with installation.
- Valid club membership and registered in the competition of the day
- Members guest(visitor) registered in a club competition with GOLF Link number
- Public Registered player - GOLF Link number associated with competition registration on day
Social Play (handicapping is not supported)
- List of Android devices successfully submitted scores through May 2020
- Android operating system 8 and higher is only supported as well #. Anything below 8 is not supported (overall) as it has security risks. We advise to contact your phone dealer to check if you can upgrade to the latest Android software.
Distances to Pin and Map data
- Location Services enabled
- Ensure Date and Time are correct in Settings > General > Date & Time
- Battery at 75% or more for an 18 hole round
- Backup battery recommended for older devices
- To Preserve Battery
- Close down background Apps
- Enable Low battery Mode
- 4G or 5G Mobile data is required to be enabled. The amount of data used can vary especially with the use of the course maps and the amount of rounds played. Do not use app in Flight MODE.
Install or Update Problems:
MiScore is designed to check for updates automatically every time you start the app. If you get an error message on start up it maybe related to the update check and some setting on your device that is disallowing app updates while on Mobile data connection. If you can verify this by connecting the device to Wifi and starting the app again. If it starts up successfully then the issue is related to mobile data connection or a setting to restrict updates. Please check your device Mobile data settings and allow app updates for MiScore.
Check and Update Android Version > https://support.google.com/android/answer/7680439?hl=en
In 2017, Google announced that Google Play would begin to require apps to target a recent Android version. Initially the minimum requirement was Android 8, released in the second half of 2017, for which support would be required for new apps by August 2018, and for updates to existing apps by November 2018. This pattern has continued in subsequent years