IMPORTANT
Please have the
answers to all or most of these questions before starting the Wizard!!!
Course Questions 

How many courses will this league play? ______ (Note: We define a
golf course as one physical location, it could have 9, 18, 27, 36 or more
holes.) Is this a 9 or 18hole league? (circle one) 9 or 18 How many 9 or 18hole courses will this league play? ______ (Note: This is an example of how you answer the above question
if you are playing at a 27 or 36hole golf course. If you play at a 27hole golf course you could have 1, 2, or 3
9hole courses for a 9hole league and 1, 2 or 3 18hole courses for a
18hole league. If you play at a 36
hole golf course you could have 1, 2, 3 or 4 9hole courses for a 9hole
league and 1 or 2 18hole courses for a 18hole league.) 



What is the Name and Address of the golf course(s) your
league plays? For each course, you
will need the name, holes played (e.g. front nine, back nine) and the tees
used. 

1.
________________________________________________ 

2.
________________________________________________ 

3.
________________________________________________ 

4.
________________________________________________ 



If the courses are not in the system, you will be asked
to enter additional information. 



To do this you will need the following : 


Handicap Questions
(Players) 
If you use the true USGA Handicap Calculation you will
need to follow all the USGA club requirements that can be found at
http://www.usga.com/handicap/establish/index.html. After accepting the club
requirements you will need to know if you want to calculate 9 or 18hole
index. You will also need to know the golf course slope and rating for each
set of nine holes and your revision dates, that can be found by contacting
your regional USGA chapter. The
revision dates are the dates used to calculate your handicap. For example, if your dates are 3 weeks
apart, than you will have the same USGA handicap index for 3 weeks. 

Otherwise, you will need to know the
following: 
What is the maximum number of rounds you use to
calculate your handicap before dropping rounds? _____ (If you enter 10,
your handicap will be calculated using up to 10 previous rounds) How many rounds do you need to play before you establish
a handicap? ______ (If you enter 5, you
would need to be playing your 6^{th} round to have an established
handicap that you can use for the current round.) 
What is the minimum number of rounds you need to
calculate handicap? ______ (If you enter 3, when
you reach the 3^{rd} round, your current round handicap would get
calculated by using the current round plus the two previous rounds. After the 3^{rd} round your
handicap would get calculated by using the three previous rounds. This means that you must finish your
current round before you can calculate any points. Prior to the 3^{rd} round, only current round’s scores
are used to calculate the handicap for that round.) 
What percent of the score do you use for calculation? _________% 
How many highest rounds do you throw out? _________ 
How many lowest rounds do you throw out? _________ 
How many highest holes per round do you throw out? _________ 
How many lowest holes per round do you throw out? _________ 
Are handicap decimals rounded or dropped? (circle
one) rounded dropped 
Are negative handicaps allowed? (circle one) yes no Handicap History: If
you want to use scores from a previous year to calculate your handicap, you
can enter history scores and handicaps for each player and sub by going to
the recap players & sub list, found in the players section of the wizard
and in the configure area after the wizard has been complete. 

Handicap Questions
(Substitutes) 
Do substitute players use the same handicap method?
(circle one) yes no 
What is the maximum number of points awarded to a sub
per round? _________ (For example, if you
enter 5 and the sub actually takes 8 points, the final results will only show
5 points for that sub.) 
What is the minimum number of points awarded to the
opponent of a sub? _________ (For example, if you
enter 6 and the sub actually takes all of the points, the final results will
show the opponent with 6 points.) 
What is the sub handicap penalty? _________ (This is used if you
penalize your subs, for example; if you enter 1, it will subtract 1 from
their handicap, if you enter 1, it will add 1 to the handicap and finally if
you leave it blank it will not allocate any penalty.) 
Are subs included in the games? (circle
one) yes no 

Scheduling Questions 
League Begin Date: _________ 
How often do you play? (circle one) weekly every
other week 
Number of rounds league plays in a season (example: if
weekly = # of weeks): _________ 
How many players per tee time (example: most golf
courses require 4, but you can assign from 14): _________ 
Starting Tee Time (Time of day, example 4:02 PM):
_________ 
How many tee times has the golf course given the league
to play per round: _________ (example: # of
players /# of players per tee time) 
Tee Time Interval (example; 7.5 minutes): _________ 
Does your league play 2 sets of 9 holes at once (circle
one) yes no How many periods compose your schedule (example; if you play
a first half and second half of the season, enter “2”): __________ 
Player Questions 

Number of Divisions & Names:
_______________________________________________________________________________ 

(Example of 3
divisions would be like the NFL’s, Western division, Central division,
Eastern division) 

Number of Teams: ____________ 

(A team is a group of
league members, made up of 12 people that accumulate points towards winning
the league. This is the lowest level
that points are tallied. In the above
example, the Cleveland Browns would be a team) 

Number of players per team (1 or 2): ______ 

Complete the following chart for all players and
substitute players in your league : 


Scoring Questions 

Match Play: If you want to play match play for your league scoring method, in the individual
scoring method section, select “1” for the points awarded each hole. Next, select split points for a tie on a hole. Finally, select “0” for total score points
awarded. The difference
between LeagueBoss’s stroke play is that we only play match with 2 players, rather than a total
number of points (15) given
to the winner. These points are used to calculate the league standings. Definition: Match Play is played
hole by hole and the winner of each hole is the player with the lowest score
on that hole (with or with out handicap).
Each hole won counts as a plus, while each hole lost counts as a
minus. A hole that is tied is
halved. The player at the end of the
round with the most holes is the winner.
The different between LeagueBoss’s match play is that everyone
completes the round of 9 or 18 holes and each player receives all the points
they won during the round. These
points are used to calculate the league standings. Stroke Play: If you want to play stroke play for your league scoring method, select the individual
scoring method section, and then select “0” for the points awarded each
hole. Next, select (15) for total score points
awarded. Finally,
select split points for a tie on a hole. Definition: Stroke play is the
total number of strokes a player requires to complete a round of golf (9 or
18) versus the opponents and their total strokes. The winner would be the person with lowest score (with or with
out handicap). This can be played
with 2 to 150
golfers. NASSAU: If you want to play
a NASSAU for your
league scoring method, select
the individual scoring method section, and then select “0” for the points
awarded each hole. Next, select (15) for
total score points awarded. Finally, select split points for a tie on a hole. The difference between LeagueBoss’s NASSAU play is
that we only play against match with 2 players, rather than a total number of points (15) given
to the winner. These points are used
to calculate the league standings. Definition: NASSAU is one match
for 9 holes and three matches for 18 holes played. The first match is the player with lowest total number of
strokes on the front nine (with or with out handicap) versus the opponents
and their total strokes. The second
match is the player with lowest total number of strokes on the back nine
(with or with out handicap) versus the opponents and their total
strokes. The third match is the
player with lowest total number of strokes on all 18 holes (with or with out
handicap) versus the opponents and their total strokes. If you are playing a $2 NASSAU, the front
is played for $2, the back for $2 and the total is worth $2 Best Ball: If you want to play Best Ball for your league scoring method, select Team scoring method,
then select Team Lowest Score each hole.
Next,
select the amount points you want to give the winning team for each hole
(15). Finally, select how you handle ties – whether
points are not awarded, split, or carried over to the next hole. The differences between
LeagueBoss’s Best Ball Match are that each hole receives points for the best
ball match and we only play two teams in the match. These points are used to calculate the league standings. Definition: Best Ball requires a
team of 24 players, and is played hole by hole. Each player of each team is required to play his or her own
ball to complete each hole. After the
completion of each hole the lowest score, minus handicap for the team is the
best ball score for that team on that hole.
You repeat this process for 9 or 18 holes and add up the best ball
score for each hole to get a total for the round for each team. The team with the lowest score wins the
Best Ball Match. 

How do you play / keep score? (circle one) Individual Team Both individual and team scoring Individual League Play Method
is a combination of a modified Match, Stroke and NASSAU play within a team of
14 players using handicap. Points
are earned by one league player playing another league player, hole by hole
and total round by total round. The
definition of an individual match is when one league player, plays against
another league player. If your league
is a 9 hole league and chooses to play 2 points per hole, there could be a
possible 2 points x 9 holes = 18 total individual match points possible. If your league also chooses to play 4
points for the total round, you would have 18 + 4 = 22 individual match
points possible. If your league is a
18 hole league and chooses to play 2 points per hole, there could be a possible 2 points x 18
holes = 36 total individual match points possible. If your league also chooses to play 4 points for the total
round, you would have 36 + 4 front nine points + 4 back nine points + 4
eighteen hole points = 48 individual match points possible. This can be played with 14 person teams. (if individual
scoring method is used, answer these questions) Type Points # Points Ties Select the team scoring methods you use :
(EA = Each, T = Total, B = Both, NA = Not Awarded, SP = Split,
CO = Carry over the points to next hole) 

Team League Play Method: is a combination of any or all of Team Highest Score, Team Lowest
Score and Team Total Score. The points are scored for each team hole by hole
and total scores on 9 or 8 hole leagues. (if team scoring
method is used, answer these questions) Type Points # Points Ties
Select the team scoring methods you use :
(EA = Each, T = Total, B = Both, NA = Not Awarded, SP = Split,
CO = Carry over the points to next hole) 

Other Scoring Method: If someone doesn’t play a round and no sub shows up to
play the round, whom does the opponent play for points? All points for that
round are awarded to the opponent?
(circle one) Yes No If "No",
the administrator will select a person that the opponent will score points
against: (Note: phantom player will not receive any points and must have played a round the same day that the league player did not show) What is the maximum
number of points awarded to a noshow player per round? ________ What is the minimum
number of points awarded to the opponent of a noshow player per round?
________ What is the score received when a player forfeits a
hole? (Note: no points can be received if a hole is forfeited. We take the average strokes above PAR of all other hole for that round, plus or minus 13 strokes or take double PAR, plus or minus 13. When entering this into a score card you would enter "F".) What is the score received when a player picks up the
ball after having the maximum strokes on that hole? (Note: that it is possible for points to be received if both players pick up or forfeit the hole. When entering this into a scorecard you would enter "X".) Par 3 holes? (69)_____________ Par 4 holes? (811)__________ Par 5 holes? (1013)__________ What is the maximum number of strokes a player can
receive per hole? Par 3 holes?
(0unlimited)___________ Par 4
holes? (0unlimited)_______ Par 5
holes? (0unlimited)________ What happens to the extra strokes? Not Awarded 

Select the individual
statistics you want to record and display on each scorecard :

***After
finishing the wizard, you can always edit information by entering the league
site as an administrator and going to the configure screen on the league home
page. Additional information can be
entered in the configure area that are not part of the wizard; Games, 19^{th}
Hole, Officers, Documents, and Security.