Tracking your Round

Posted almost 5 years ago by Chris Pohlad-Thomas

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Chris Pohlad-Thomas

I likely was doing this incorrectly on Saturday but wanted to find out for sure.


I use GolfPad with Android Wear. On Saturday I used it for the first time out on the course. I would hit my tee shot, walk to my ball and then tap +Shot. I am assuming I did this incorrectly and I should have tapped it prior to hitting each shot (including tee)?

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Annie Mallory posted 14 days ago Admin

Hey Gregory, we have anew update coming today I believe. The last version had some bugs, you'll see a much faster interface on the latest update!

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Gregory Lodygensky posted 15 days ago

I really like the previous version last year were you could input at once on the watch the numbers of shots and putts. The new system is slow and messy when you forget to input shots each time.

Also I like to know the length of my drive 

It would be nice to keep the total distance so I can calculate 

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Cindy Wren posted almost 5 years ago Admin

Hi Chris! I'm glad to hear you've gotten started with Golf Pad! To track shots, you need to tap +Shot before each shot, including the tee. Here's a tip on how to edit the shots after the round if you want to correct your first round: https://support.golfpadgps.com/solution/articles/61-how-to-edit-shots-after-a-round-is-finished-



Here's a complete run down of how to track shots using Golf Pad: https://support.golfpadgps.com/solution/articles/102-tracking-shots-on-the-phone-step-by-step-tutorial-


Let us know if you need anything else!

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