Saving Recorded Golfer Rounds
Purpose Allows offline players to play along with another players recorded round using the same golf course and pin number.
Scope A recorded round can be saved for online or offline games.  If played online, it will only record your round and not your playing partners.
Enabling Click on Preferences from the main game menu then click on the General tab. Place a check in the box for Recorded Golfer Rounds and click OK (Illustration below left).


Upon completion of your round the Save Recorded Golfer dialog will appear (see below). You can use the filename provided or rename it to suit your purpose. Click Save to finish. Note the Save in folder for future reference. The default location is Saved Files under JN6 - Golden Bear Challenge.


Playing With A Recorded Golfer Round File

From the Setup Game menu, click on the Golfers tab. In the scroll box on the left side of the screen is the golfer selection window.
There are three types of golfers:
1)  Human Golfers
2)  Computer Golfers
3)  Recorded Golfers

Scroll to the bottom of the window to see the Recorded Golfers and click on the + to expand the list.

IMPORTANT: The recorded round you want to play with must be located the Saved Files folder located under JN6 - Golden Bear Challenge. Click on the recorded golfer you want to play with then click the Add Golfer button. If you set the correct course and playing conditions you are ready to Start Game


Saving A Game File
Purpose Saves the scorecard for all golfers who played the round and also allows for verification of course and playing conditions for tournament play.
Scope Saving a Game file is only available for offline rounds.
Saving Upon conclusion of your round - when the scorecard is showing, right click and from the options listed select Save Game (illustration below left).

This action will bring up the Save File dialog box (see below). You will be prompted for a filename. It should include your name, event or course name, round #, and score.
Example: Joe_Masters_rnd1-62.
GBC will add the .game extension. Click Save to finish, and once again make note of where the file is saved.


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