If a course only has one layout shown in UDisc when you're creating a scorecard and the basket locations have changed, or you want to play the course a different way (like the short tees or the front 9 only), please contribute to UDisc's public course directory by submitting a new layout for the course from inside the app.


How To Add/Update Course Layouts to UDisc

  1. Open the 'Courses' tab then tap on the course
  2. Scroll down to the Layouts section and tap the Update Layouts button (create a free account if you're not logged in)
  3. Tap an existing layout if you want to edit that layout OR
  4. Tap on 'Add New Public Layout' and enter information for the new layout, then submit it to us for review.


Submissions need to be approved before they are added to the directory. If you need something approved urgently due to an upcoming event at the course, please submit the layout then Email Us and mention the name of the course layout you submitted.


You will receive an email when your new layout has been added.


Purpose of Course Layouts

Having multiple layouts for each course allows you to analyze your course averages and statistics for a single course depending on the course configuration you played.  For example, playing from the Short Tees instead of the Long Tees can result in very different scores - you don't want your +4 on the Long Tees to impact that sweet -12 you shot playing from the Short Tees when you look at your average. Layouts are also used for leaderboards to separate scores so everyone on the leaderboard is playing from the same configuration.


Definition of "layout"

We define a layout as a unique combination of tees and baskets. UDisc's course directory is based on the concept of layouts. One course can have multiple layouts. Every new course in UDisc will start with 1 'main" layout and additional layouts can be added by you. If your course has two sets of tees and two baskets on every hole then you may want to create 4 layouts for the course: Long->Long, Long->Short, Short->Long, Short->Short. Many courses have layouts that align to skill level like Red, White, and Gold - please select the proper difficulty (if you know it) when you add/update a layout.