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What the players see at their Player Access for Tournament Manager

By selecting one of the tournaments listed in the your group's website, players access the below-listed items. The administrator must set up the various Website / App settings for each tournament.


During tournament play

After tournament play

Specify Player Access settings

  1. Hover over or tap the logo in the upper left of your screen. Click on the 1b. Website / Player App link in the Tournament section.

  1. Click on the Details tab and type in the tournament details.

  1. Click on the Sign up tab and check/uncheck box to "Allow players to sign up" and set the Start date and time as well as the Close date and time for signing up. 

    What type of sign up?

    If you select "List," your players will see a general list as shown below.

    If you select "Tee time / start hole," your players will see Sign up buttons in specific teams/playing groups as shown below.

  1. Further, under the Signup tab, you can enable some Signup options shown below. Comments may be seen by the administrator in the "Registration Sheet" in 4. Reports. Comments may also be seen by clicking on a tournament participants name on the 3. Manage screen ("Tournament info" tab) or switching the View on the 3.Manage screen to "Default view 2".

  2. Under the Signup tab, you can also enable a waitlist. When you enable the waitlist, anyone who signs up after the maximum participant list has been reached will be listed in the waitlist on Sign Up page.

  3. Click on the Pairings tab. Select what information you want to show by placing check marks inside the boxes. In the image below, the administrator has chosen to show FlightHandicapTeeTee timeReserve cart and Start hole.

  1. Click on the Score card tab. Select whether to show one or two teams per scorecard.

  2. Place a check mark inside boxes for the information you want to display. In the Print each player's section, select whether to show Handicap or not. At the bottom there are two boxes for additional text to add to a score card. You can leave those blank or put some information in there. 

  3. Click on the Post scores tab. For the purposes of a live leaderboard or to relieve administrators from posting scores, place a check mark in the box to Allow players to post their scores. In addition, enter a Start date and time and a Close date and time. It is important to enter a Close date and time so that nobody can enter scores after your event.

  4. Click on the Real-time results tab. Make a selection for No leaderboard or one of the other options from 1a. through 2b.

  5. Click on the Results tab. You can add one of the available reports from Tournament Manager, 2) upload any pdf/html file from your computer such as a customized report, and/or 3) link to a web page. All of these are specific to the active tournament listed in yellow at the top.

  6. Click on the Save button.