I seem to have created a small demand at the local golf club for the simple golf scoring aid which I had designed and fitted to our electric trolleys. The design makes use of old thumbwheel switches which manufacturers don’t seem to use these days with the advent of electronically created equivalents.
Thumbwheels are cheap to buy on EBay and with the addition of a simple Fusion 360 designed and 3D printed block to mount them, they fit nicely on the side of the trolley scorecard holder accessory. The design uses two thumbwheels so the user can score their own and their partners score. Simple but very useful especially since I can’t remember what day it is never mind how many shots I have fluffed.
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