I know a similar request was opened a long time ago, but after my experience with Golf Pad TAGS, I want to raise it again:
The ability to select the club used directly on the watch !!
Since my personal experience with TAGS has been disappointing, due the the somewhat hit and miss nature of getting the TAGS to be read by the phone. (Worst on a HTC 10, somewhat better on a Galaxy S7), I'm convinced it would be much more convenient, to make a club selection on the watch immediately after a shot has been added.
I'm using a Gear S3 and I've seen a verty elegant solution implemented by Taylor Made on their MyRoundPro app. Something similiar from GolfPad would make a world class app even more valuable.
This could be a separately sold feature, so it would not dilute the revenue stream from TAGS.
Hello pau.mul - at this time, you can't scan TAGS directly to the watch. The scanning requires the phone NFC. We hope to have the feature in the future. - Cindy
I have the phone app and my Galaxy watch working together except the tags don't work on the watch. I loaded them into the app and thought they would work on the watch but no luck. I have NFC enabled on both but when I touch the tag to the watch nothing happens.
Hi Spencer - thanks for that suggestion. We're passing it along to the team. :)
Please add this. Also, have Golfpad auto-default to the recommended club (based on your distances, it would predict what club you'd pull from that distance). If you'd hit something different, you could use the watch interface to select a different club.
I fully agree with this topic.
I have bought a Ticwatch S model works absolutely fine with Golf Pad GPS except that I have to insert clubs after each hole on my smartphone. This slows me down.
Knud and Angus - thanks for the feedback. This is on our development road map. It helps to hear from users so keep the comments coming!
Knud - "Since my personal experience with TAGS has been disappointing, due the the somewhat hit and miss nature of getting the TAGS to be read by the phone. (Worst on a HTC 10, somewhat better on a Galaxy S7)" have you located the exact location of the NFC? Please try scanning around the back of the phone and against the top edge. This should allow you to find the "sweet spot" for tagging your shots. You may consider LINK as well. Using LINK means you can skip the phone all together. :)