Only shows one distance. What is it - middle of green? No front middle back. Also the distance shown was wildly inaccurate.
I cannot begin to explain how much this app has improved my game. The ability to review my scores at anytime has done a lot to increase my confidence.The stats does all the work I need to view my progress and the fact that it sums up my score as I play is fantastic. I used the free version for about 6months and had to upgrade to pro. The scorecards are sorted by date, I just wish I had the option to also sort by club on the app because I play several clubs on a weekly basis. Overall this is a must have for every golfer.
I have been using another app for a couple years, but will be switching as soon as subscription runs out.
Just paid for the $39.99 a year plan. It’s ok so far. There were a few hole that I scored on my watch but it didn’t transfer to the phones score card. Don’t know what happened could have been a user error. Will use it again for tomorrow’s round and will update.
Not what i was looking for. I don’t like using my phone while playing. I was hoping I could keep my score on my AW. No go.
This app is completely unreliable with the Apple Watch.
No not very user friendly.
Love the new Siri with voice and their integration with Bose Frames.
When score keeping is being completed at the end of the hole the app often switches to the next hole. Seeing how there is no quick ‘previous’ hole select it is cumbersome to say the least. Auto advance to the next hole is off and yet still goes to the next hole before scoring. If scoring is active the next hole should not advance until the user selects it or maybe have the auto advance be reliable. Having a quick ‘back’ or ‘previous’ hole quick select would be handy.
There should be a way to search for courses by geographic region, zip code, #of holes, etc. scrolling through a list of courses is not acceptable UI design. Flyovers are pretty lackluster and dizzying to watch. This feature needs some significant work. Using CV and SVG rendered holes to allow for user manipulation (zooming, etc) would be preferable to the “simulated” spinning drone flyover.