Put yourself on record...
Whether you shoot registered competition or not, much can be gained -- and learned -- from maintaining a record of all your practice Skeet scores.
The most beneficial is that it's likely to actually <i>improve</i> your shooting, since knowing your scores will become a matter of record rather than disappearing on a Skeet scoresheet somewhere around the gun club may have a definite effect on the concentration you apply to the game.
There's also, of course, the additional benefit of having all the scores easily accessible so you can spot trends of what targets you're missing.
is a simple little spreadsheet I wrote which will record the scores of 27 games per sheet. Using copy/paste, you can enter data for each new group of games in mere minutes. In addition to the 25 cells for 1's (hits) and 0's (misses), there are cells to record a two-letter code for what range was shot on and the date.
Formula cells automatically calculate targets thrown and the score for each round, plus hit and missed at each station with percentages. Other calculations show targets broken for that sheet, plus cumulative running totals for all targets thrown, targets broken and percentages to the National Skeet Shooting Association's standard four decimal places.
The station-by-station target counts/hits/percentages show at a glance the stations on which you're having problems.
The spreadsheet contains no color formatting, so printing requires only black ink -- a cost-saver.
Sixteen blank spreadsheets are included -- four for each gauge/bore, enough to contain data for 108 rounds of Skeet per gun.
The spreadsheet runs under a small but powerful shareware program named GS-Calc, so you'll need to download and install at least the evaluation version (v.7.0) to use the sheets. Even if I'd owned MicroSlop's Excel, which I don't, I'd have written it under GS-Calc anyway, since not everyone owns Excel and anyone can easily get and install GS-Calc.
GS-Calc's zipped download is only 1.3 mb and even the unregistered shareware version will do everything you need for the Skeet ScoreKeeper.
I've tested the spreadsheet pretty thoroughly and it's worked flawlessly so far, but if you turn up any bugs let me know.
You'll find its page where you can get more details and all the files here:
Give it a try -- and if it fails to serve your need, just delete everything and you're out nothing but a little time.