To add a new start, click Add Custom Starts.
Next, begin setting up the parameters for the custom start.
Choose the date for the custom start to take place on by using the datepicker to choose a date from the calendar.
If you have more than one course, use the course dropdown to determine which course the start will be active on.
If you will be adding multiple start times, checkmark the Adding Multiple Start Times box.
This will change the time slots to First Start and Last Start.
Example: your tee sheet usually begins at 8:00 am, however, you would like to add an additional hour of play prior to your normal starting time. You would set the first start to 7:00 am and your last start to 7:50 am, since play intervals are typically in 10 minute increments.
After you choose your times, you can change the interval if desired. By default, this should be set to 10 minutes. This is the typical interval schedule for most clubs, however, you may change this if you would like to alter the start rates.
Example: you may want your intervals to be 20 minutes increments, so start times would be at 7:00 am, 7:20 am, and 7:40 am.
The hold interval is the countdown timer that appears for members during booking, which allows a hold on the reservation while members are adding their booking details so another member cannot book this spot during the registration process. This is typically set to 6-10 minutes and should be left unaltered, however, you may add a custom hold time if desired.
If you wish to add this custom start to only some tees on your course, checkmark which tees this start should apply to.
Save as New & Removing
Next, click save to access a few additional options.
You will not have the option to remove the starts or to save as new.
Save as new will allow you to copy the custom start rules to another day, which is an easy way of applying the changes to multiple future dates without having to set up the rules again.