What's the difference between retire a club and delete a club?

Posted almost 4 years ago by Ed Olivier

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Ed Olivier

 I recently bought a new driver, but would like to keep the stats on my old one.  When I retired my old driver I could not find a way to enter a new driver (on the phone app).

I assume if I delete the club I will loose all the stats.  Is that correct?

Maybe there is a simple procedure to do this I overlooked.  Advice is appreciated.

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Cindy Wren

Cindy Wren posted over 3 years ago Admin

Retired club distances are retained in the historical data. I'm checking to see if we can recover the deleted club data for you. - Cindy, Golf Pad

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Kent Bernard posted over 3 years ago

Is the distance history of a retired club used in calculating new distance recconendations with the new replacement club? If old club was deleted, is distance data lost and the GolfGPS user must enter estimated distance then build new history? While entering a set of irons, I accidentally deleted my 4iron, and the app seems to revert to my last avg distance.

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Cindy Wren

Cindy Wren posted almost 4 years ago Admin

Hi Ed - glad you found the different settings. When you retire a club, the data is retained. Let us know if you have other questions. - Cindy, Golf Pad

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Ed Olivier posted almost 4 years ago

Never mind.

I was looking in Statistics>Clubs>Driver>Settings>Edit Club>Retire Club (or Delete)

To add a new driver or club (from home screen):

Settings>Club settings> + icon on lower right

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