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Scorecard 2 Beta Testers Needed

If you're interested in beta testing Scorecard 2, please leave comments on this post. I'm looking for both Mac OS X and Windows users.

A bit more information is posted here, but if you're not a member of the forum, please just post here in the comments.

Please include this information:

Name:
Licensed Owner of Scorecard (Y/N):
Number of Rounds in Scorecard:
Operating System (and version):
1-3 Sentences about why you'd be a good choice:

List your email address in the comment form so I have it - it won't be shared.

Thanks.

12 Responses to "Scorecard 2 Beta Testers Needed"

  1. Not a owner of Scorecard.
    NA
    Windows Vista Ultimate 64 bit and/or Windows 7 Beta
    I love golf and really want a better way of tracking my progress. I also have a good amount of programing experience so I can try to point out some outside the box bugs.

  2. Hello I'm Reggie Hopson
    I'm not a current user of scorecard; however I'm an avid golfer, and looking for a good way to keep my stats, as I seek to improve my game. I try to play at least once a week, and need a systematic approach to all the data. So I can see what needs to be improved the most. I would be considered a high handicap, with a great deal of room for improvement. I use mac os X version 10.5.6 (leopard). I'd like to be considered for your beta test.
    Thanks so much for your time

    Reggie

  3. Name: Cliff Kline
    Licensed Owner of Scorecard: NO
    Number of Rounds in Scorecard: None
    Operating System (and version): Mac OS 10
    1-3 Sentences about why you'd be a good choice:
    1) I play one to two rounds a week now that DST has kicked in
    2) I manually keep track of GIR, chips, putts, etc, but can see the value of a software that can assist me
    3) I am semi-computer literate, and have no problem reviewing software for quarks.

  4. Licensed Owner of Scorecard (Y/N): N
    Number of Rounds in Scorecard: Not a current owner of software
    Operating System (and version): Windows XP
    1-3 Sentences about why you'd be a good choice: I am avid golfer with 4 to 5 friends that would be interested in keep track of their scores as well. Also, my company golf league starts May 5th - we could make use of it there as well.

  5. Name: Chris Drummond
    Licensed Owner of Scorecard: No
    Number of Rounds in Scorecard: None
    Operating System (and version): OSX 10.5.6 Leopard
    1. I play as much as possible, weather is finally turning around here, and I've been looking for a way to electronically track my scores.
    2. I do my best to keep track of all of the different stats when I play, but I would love to have something to help me organize that data and make me keep it more carefully.
    3. I'm into technology but am not a computer programer, I think I'd be perfect to test it out because I know the kinds of things my parents (who are also big golfers) would look for, but also what I'm looking for (29 year old, 12 Handicap)

    Thanks!

  6. Name: David Schaefgen
    Licensed Owner of Scorecard (Y/N): Y
    Number of Rounds in Scorecard: 60
    Operating System (and version): Mac OS X 10.5.6
    1-3 Sentences about why you'd be a good choice:
    I write Mac and iPhone software so I have an understanding of how to look for bugs and usability issues. In addition, I helped beta test the first version of Scorecard and play a ton of golf... some of the items that have been mentioned as likely or possible for version 2 are things I would make use of often (9 hole rounds, etc...).

  7. Name:Jaime Staples
    Licensed Owner of Scorecard (Y/N): No
    Number of Rounds in Scorecard:0
    Operating System (and version):Mac OSX Leopard
    1-3 Sentences about why you'd be a good choice:sorry i dident see the requirments. as i said before, i am an avid golfer that playes around 200 years a round so i feel i would be perfect for this testing. i was going to record my stats by hand but this would be of great help.
    golffreak_199@hotmail.com

  8. Emaill address : uahmad@mainbrace.com.au

    Name: Usman Ahmad
    Licensed Owner of Scorecard (Y/N): N
    Number of Rounds in Scorecard: 5
    Operating System (and version): Windows Vista Business
    1-3 Sentences about why you'd be a good choice:
    I play 2 rounds a week, have trialled many golf stats software and would have a good idea exploring all the features of the new beta. I consider you're programme very chic and clean but lacking detailed analysis compared to some other software (Gstatpro, Caddiemaster, Intelligolf). So would be able to give you some good feedback regarding the new version and of any bugs.

  9. Oops. Didn't see there was a "form" for it:
    Licensed Owner of Scorecard (Y/N): Y
    Number of Rounds in Scorecard: 50 (200+ in "test" version)
    Operating System (and version): OSX 10.5.6
    1-3 Sentences about why you'd be a good choice:
    Computer scientist, specialized in user interfaces, usability. Have tested several software (Mac only) before choosing Scorecard, so I have a good idea of the "market". Recent iPhone user as well.
    (I'm also trying to develop/promote golfml , a data format exchange for scorecard-like applications.)

  10. Name: Greg Caspers
    Licensed Owner of Scorecard: No
    Number of Rounds in Scorecard: Zero
    Operating System (and version): Windows XP and/or Vista 64 (could test either)

    Am an avid user of the "Intelligolf" software which I carry with me on the course on my mobile phone and then sync to my PC. It's good software, but am also curious about other options. I golf anywhere from three to five times per week on average, so it will get plenty of use. I work in IT for electronic storage manufacturer.

    BTW, love The Sand Trap and thank you!

  11. Name: Steve Meis
    Licensed Owner of Scorecard (Y/N): N
    Number of Rounds in Scorecard: zero
    Operating System (and version): Mac OSX Panther

    Hi - I would be honored to be a beta tester. I have been golfing for a few years now, and have resolved this year to choose and use a tracking system so I can analyze my game more thoughtfully. I am a real estate lawyer and hence a trained "issue spotter". I am not a software developer, but I am computer literate, and would enjoy helping you with your new version. Thanks

  12. The End

    No more beta testers will be accepted.


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