Absolutely. I recently changed my driver from the Nike Vapor to the Taylormade M2.
I've simply renamed the club, but I know that my stats for this are quite a lot different. It would be lovely to be able to remove the old Driver (and thus all my massive slices) and only see the M2 stats.
The newer GameGolf devices have a C shaped clasp rather than the flat one. This is typically big enough to grab the whole belt and the device cannot fall off. Doesn't help us with the older style :-)
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This is a duplicate feature request but we are looking into making pin location easier.
oooh... great piece of additional hardware request... a GameGolf ball marker. Something slick that can be customised with your own design on it...
Contains the little tag within the marker, and then you can scan the ball marker to end the hole.. £5 a pop... that'll make some money ;-)
In all seriousness, I look forward to being able to tag the flag positions as this is the worst part of GG at the moment (as my stats look like I miss a 1 foot putt by 25 feet, only to nail the return putt!)
Yeah, i would like the option to declare a round as a "stableford" before i started playing. That way i could score a "blob" and not have to complete the hole but retain some of the shots... I had one embarassing day the other day where I hit a 358 yard 8 iron because I blobbed and picked up...
Would definitely be useful. I don't use the iPhone App when playing a round as I'm concerned my battery wont last the whole round, but I do the exact same thing with my golf watch!
Definitely like this idea. I'd love to see if there's a hole which I regularly perform badly on so I know to maybe try something different.
Being able to view multiple scorecards for one course in one table as that might also be interesting ... stats stats and more stats please!
What I do when just messing around is use a couple of the "bonus" tags just in my pockets to measure different shots..
So, if i want to hit 4 tee shots, tag the asterix, hit a shot, scan the triangle, hit a shot etc...
Then when i reach each of the balls, scan the corresponding tag again.
it doesnt give you great feedback for average distances, but i can generally see how far i hit each shot on a specific practice session. It relies a bit on me remembering which ball was which tag, and which shot was which for a specific practice session (i write down 1st shot : driver, second shot : PW" etc on the score card.
Totally agree, I dont know if it's possible, maybe the GPS is able to do altitude, or maybe there is data out there (ordinance survey maps perhaps).
I'd love to see my "actual" distances and also maybe a slope adjusted distance.
There are at least 6 holes on my local course where I might use an 8 iron to approach the green. A full swing on each of these holes might be either 145 yards (flat), 120 yards (uphill) and even 160 yards (downhill).
If the app was able to say "based on slope, you actually hit your 8 iron 145 yards", that would be phenomenal!
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