Club Unity "How To" Videos
The videos on this page will help familiarize you with the Club Unity tee time application. Click play to watch the short tutorial video. Click on the 'enlarge' button to open the video full screen.
How to book a tee time
Booking a tee time is easy.
- Choose the date you'd like to play.
- Find the tee time (or times) you'd like to book for your self and your group.
- Add buddies, guests, or other members to your booking.
- Click "book now."
You'll see that your tee time is confirmed, you and your party will receive confirmation emails, and your upcoming tee time will show on your player profile page.
How to modify a tee time
You can modify a reservation in accordance with your club's policy. This includes cancelling tee times, changing to another time, removing golfers from your group, or even removing yourself without impacting other players.
How to enter a ballot draw
Entering a ballot draw is very similar to booking a simple tee time.
If your club allows it, you can enter as many names as you like on your ballot up to the maximum allowable.
You can see your upcoming ballots as well as past ballot draw results on your player profile page.
The Cancellation Watch feature
The Cancellation Watch feature automatically alerts you when somebody cancels a tee time that you would like to have.
This video shows you how to set your automatic alerts through this innovative feature.
How to set or reset your password
If you haven't set up a password yet, or if you've simply forgotten your password and need to reset it, the process is simple.
Simply click the 'Forgot password' link on the sign-in page, then enter your email address on the following page to start the password reset process.
Entering scores and tracking handicap
Club Unity makes it easy to post scores and keep your handicap information up to date.
This video shows you how to post scores.
Entering invalid scores and handicap peer review
From your profile screen, you can post reasons for invalidating a round score.
You can also check up on the handicap index and posting percentage of your fellow members you are playing with or against.