Today we released some new product enhancements designed to speed up the editing process — keeping you in front of your computer for less time and giving you more time to spend out on the course!
Interactive Scorecard View: Now you start your review process with an editable scorecard, allowing you to quickly review all of your key round data at a glance.
In-Scorecard Editing: Add or remove putts directly from the Scorecard, or click on any hole to get taken to the shot-by-shot view.
Quicker Navigation: Quickly access any hole in your round through a new drop down menu.
Improved Editing and Viewing Performance: Shot editing is a smoother and faster experience, making the round review and edit process much easier.
Hi GAME GOLFERS, staring today we’re going to be sharing some regular updates on product features with you. We hear and we appreciate your feedback on the product and we are committed to responding to that feedback with improvements and new features for GAME GOLF.
One of the recent features we added is the ability to toggle your putts on and off the green during Round Review. If you use your putter from off the green and we have categorized it as being on the green, you can really easily toggle that putt to be off the green. All you have to do is select the shot in Round Review and click on the green toggle button. This won’t affect the putt location but will make sure your putting statistics are updated correctly.
Check back for regular product updates. In the meantime, get out and play a round!
With the Arnold Palmer Invitation starting today at Bay Hill, check out the Golf Channel’s Morning Drive crew having fun with GAME GOLF at the course recently.
Now that St. Patrick’s Day has passed and the golf season is springing to life, we’re reflecting on what it means to be an Irish American company in Silicon Valley, while also barely containing our excitement about the upcoming Masters. That excitement started us thinking about our Best Masters Ever….
Seve at the Masters
Growing up in the Co. Dublin town of Portmarnock (venue for the Irish Open) in the late 70s and 80s, Seve Ballesteros was a God. He illuminated and dominated the Irish Open for years and we got to see his swashbuckling style close up. When he became the first European to win the Masters in 1980, it felt like a win for us and he inspired and sowed the seeds of promise for future European golfers. Seve’s achievement at the Masters needs to be fully appreciated in today’s context. He was the first European to win the Masters, only the second non-US player and the youngest ever to win at 23. Tiger would later break that record but, remember, Seve was younger than Rory is now when he won his first Masters. Seve would go onto win another Masters 3 years later and spark a series of European winners in the coming years – Bernhard Langer, Sandy Lyle, Nick Faldo, Ian Woosnam and Jose Maria Olazabal. Seve started it all.
That’s our Best Masters Ever. What’s yours?
Best Masters party, best tournament, best finish, best memory?
Tell us what “Best Masters Ever” means to you - by tweeting to @gameyourgame and use the hashtag #MyMasters.