scorecard

[ UK /skˈɔːkɑːd/ ]
[ US /ˈskɔɹˌkɑɹd/ ]
NOUN
  1. (golf) a record of scores (as in golf)
    you have to turn in your card to get a handicap
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How To Use scorecard In A Sentence

  • It was the highlight of my career and I still have the scorecard signed by all the players. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was the highlight of my career and I still have the scorecard signed by all the players. Times, Sunday Times
  • '' I've got to have some kind of memento or other, '' Stankowski added, forgetting the scorecard on which he marked 74-78, more than enough strokes to miss the cut. News digest
  • This commission would keep environmental scorecards on UN member nations.
  • A council report containing scorecards on the municipality's efforts was tabled at a council meeting on Tuesday.
  • How a scorecard system can drive a performance - based budget and employee accountability.
  • Finally, the author discusses how to execute CHNG 's corporate strategy by adopting the Balanced Scorecard method.
  • Mr. Lane, who started out in journalism helping compile Forbes magazine's billionaire scorecards, is an ingenuous narrator who likes to remind the reader that he was essentially a schlump living in a fourth-floor walkup while his glossies burnished the egos and tweaked the appetites of Wall Street's new wildcatters. Published and Perished
  • Crucial to me is that the richest flavours of remembrance need the BBC box to be full of Oz commentators' ripe vernacular as the ball hits "the pickets", not the boundary fence; that extras are always "sundries"; and that the scorecard numbering is forever eccentrically reversed, as in that inaugural score back in 1946 when it was eight for 659 and not the other way around. How the warm glow of the old wireless stoked the Ashes fire
  • Lloyd's Register has conducted the verification, and Maersk said it will include the data as one of eight performance measures that it presents to customers -- such as Starbucks -- in a scorecard. New energy efficiency standards for shipping
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