Hi Cindy, great news, I am looking forward to this new feature.
@Carlo Kassam - I've confirmed with the team that iPhone is on the roadmap for completion this year. Things can change, but that's our plan. Thanks for asking!
Johnrancher - yes, these forum topics have a way of morphing with multiple "conversations" being shared. I appreciate your feedback. We're getting close to watch hazards. Stay tuned.
Hi Carlo! Our engineering team is working on this feature for the iPhone app. We plan to add it as soon as possible, however, there's no target date yet.
Here's the latest information about hazards: https://support.golfpadgps.com/en/support/solutions/articles/6000259290-hazards-on-the-map
Hi Carlo - I'm asking the team about the iPhone ETA. Thanks for asking!
Johnrancher - we are just as excited! Can't wait to hear how you enjoy it!
Hazards are available in Premium version on Android phones at this time. iPhone is next, with watches to follow. There's no concrete target date yet. I appreciate your comment and feedback. The team is working hard to make this happen for our users.
Hi Cindy, I appreciate that the Hazard feature on the smartwatch is on the roadmap, can you give an indication of when this feature can be expected?
Hi Luke - it is a big undertaking, however, we are currently working on this. We do plan to have an option for users to contribute as well once we lay most of the ground work. Thanks for your comment and for sharing the link to the mapping tool. - Cindy
Hi Cindy, Could GolfPad not just adjust the http://scout.golfpadgps.com/ tool to allow us to mark the front/back of any hazards ourselves?
That would allow us to get the hazard distances that so many seem keen for, whilst also saving Golfpad lots of legwork.
NB: For anyone unfamiliar with the tool, watch the short video at: http://scout.golfpadgps.com/
Hi Cindy, glad this feature is on the roadmap, but understand that the mapping itself is a big undertaking.
Could GolfPad not simply allow us (the users) to map out the bunkers in exactly the same way we can currently map out a missing course? Via http://scout.golfpadgps.com/
NB: For anyone not familiar with the tool, watch the video on http://scout.golfpadgps.com)
Hello all - distance to hazards is a HUGE undertaking, as you can imagine with 40k world wide courses supported. This requires human eyes. :) We've expanded our team and we are officially starting the project of mapping the hazards on the most popular courses to start. We appreciate your continued support.