HowDidiDo helps to book your casual and competition rounds on the same page!

By: December 20, 2021

Simplify and make it a no-brainer. Perhaps this is how the new HowDidiDo booking platform can be summarized. The new-look booking page can be accessed directly from the HowDidiDo app’s timeline via a new booking button

Golfers can use the calendar feature to see a daily tee sheet for their selected date, which displays available tee times and any competitions on that day.

Timeline & Booking HowDidiDo

Upcoming competitions can also be viewed directly in one place, allowing for quick and easy sign-ups, while golfers can add playing partners, manage services such as buggy or trolley rental, and pay competition fees during the process. 

And with all bookings now being shown on the same page, golfers will be able to see all their future rounds allowing them to plan their golfing calendar with ease.

The launch of the booking page is the latest new feature to be unveiled by HowDidiDo as the leading online golf platform continues to go from strength to strength following the recent surge in golfers in the UK and Ireland.

Timeline & Booking Competition HowDidiDo

The latest figures for HowDidiDo revealed that, over the last two years, the number of page views on the site rose by nearly 146% to an incredible 141,858,672 views, while the number of golfers using the platform has increased by 57.2%.

In the ‘Today’s Golf’ section of the site – the area that allows to golfers sign in for competitions, add scores and view live leaderboards – there have been nearly 8.9m interactions over the same period, while the regular upgrade and introduction of new software of its free-to-download mobile app has seen numbers grow in record amounts.

With new features including the innovative Mobile Score Input (MSi) function – allowing all golf club members across Great Britain and Ireland to enter their own and their marker’s competition scores safely and quickly through their own mobile device.

The app has revolutionized the visibility and control its users have over their handicaps, completely transforming and modernizing the way golfers can input their scores and keep track of their performance.