Score Posting - MASSGOLF

In addition to posting your scores at your home club computer, individuals may post their scores via the Internet or via the GHIN app if their club has specified that they want to offer this feature to their membership.

Golfers are required to create a Digital Profile at ghin.com to be able to post scores online. This process only takes a minute or two to complete and adds a level of security to each golfers’ account.

2 Ways To Post Your Scores Online

1. GHIN MOBILE APP

APPLE – APP DOWNLOAD

GOOGLE PLAY – APP DOWNLOAD

Post your scores on your mobile device by using the GHIN Mobile App. You can download this app in the Apple or Google Play store.

2. GHIN.COM

POST SCORES: GHIN.COM

You can also post your scores on the GHIN website, ghin.com. Details on how to post are listed below.

  • Enter your GHIN Number/Email Address and Password
    • Please Note: Your GHIN Number must be ‘Active” in order to access this website.
  • Click on the ‘Post Scores’ button at the top of the page
  • You will have the option of ‘Hole by Hole’,  or ‘Total Score’
  • Find the Course/Club that you just played and enter the required information. Then, click ‘Post Score’.

 

 

Score Posting FAQs

Q) Why does my club not allow online score posting?

A) Although the majority of Member Clubs do allow their members to post scores online, there are some clubs that prefer to manage the process at the club level. This allows the golf professional and handicap chairperson to better manage the input of scores. If a club is interested in activating the online score posting option, the handicap chairperson should contact Mass Golf Support at ghin@massgolf.org.

Q) I just signed on to post scores, but the system is saying one of the following: a) I am inactive or b) it can not find my GHIN #

A) Many clubs “inactivate” their rosters when a new season or year starts while all online sign-ups through Members Now! inactivate on 2/28 of the following year (unless you are signed up for auto-renewal). A quick online renewal through Members Now! or a visit to your club and payment of membership fees for this year/season will get the ball rolling. Until you renew online or through your club directly, your record will not be available and you will not be able to post scores online.