Definitions for scorecard
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(golf) a record of scores (as in golf)
"you have to turn in your card to get a handicap"
a printed card allowing spectators of a game to identify players and record progress
a card used to record one's scores
a tabular representation of the most important statistics of an innings or match
A scorecard is a visual tool used to measure, monitor and track the performance or progress of an individual, team, project, or organization towards specific objectives. It can include a variety of measurable factors, known as indicators, such as financial performance, quality, efficiency, or customer satisfaction levels. The scorecard is often used in strategic management to identify and improve various internal functions and their resulting external outcomes.
The numerical value of scorecard in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of scorecard in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
I thought it was ridiculous that we played golf on a piece of land like this, it was just absurd. From the 17th tee to the first green, what is that, 1,000 feet ? Geoff Ogilvy think 10( tee) at Augusta to the 11th green, that's not even half of 17 here. I though the course was cool to not have a scorecard in Geoff Ogilvy hand. Nobody plays really well their first time, I don't think. It's pretty extreme.
It can be confusing, not knowing which scorecard you want to use for your program.
I teed off so early and I was so cold, I was kind of falling asleep. The front nine, I was like, gosh, ‘I’m so tired. Now I’m hungry,’ didn’t hit many fairways on the front nine, so I think that showed on the scorecard. I think just hitting the fairways this week is essential to having a good round. I don’t think distance will help that much because the rough is so long. You’re going to break your wrist if you hit it all at a time.
This scorecard is nothing more than a justification of some bureaucrat’s job and an attempt to manipulate the data to make it appear such independent institutions aren’t up to snuff.
You need a scorecard to keep up, i share Senator Brown concern that we not go off the rails trying to please progressives. Senator Brown concern's important to keep progressives enthused, but we need to have a big tent too.
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