General Questions

Difference: Mobile App Vs. GPS Device & Tags

The GAME GOLF GPS device uses a higher grade antenna than the GPS found in mobile phones so we would expect that the device be more accurate than phone GPS in most instances. However GPS is variable and this ma...

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Is an Android Version Available?

An Android app is available for reviewing your rounds played with the GAME GOLF CLASSIC device. The Android app version for in-round tracking will release several weeks after the IOS launch. Unfortunately ...

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Change Notification Settings

To change email & mobile push notifications: -Visit "More" -"Settings" -"Manage Notifications"

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Change from yards to meters

To change from yards to meters and vice versa: - Visit "More" - "Settings" - "Manage Account"

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is there a limit to how many rounds can be played?

There is no limit to the number of rounds you can track with the app. There is also no subscription fee so you can track as many rounds as you like.

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Is There a Subscription Fee?

The GAME GOLF app is free, there is no subscription fee for use so you can track as many rounds as you like at no cost.

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Adding Penalty shots

You can add a penalty during or after your round. Simply Click "Edit" and select the shot which you would like to add a penalty. Use 1 stroke penalties for shots hit into hazards and 2 stroke penalties for sh...

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Play a Course Without Internet

If you don't have internet connection you can still use the GAME GOLF Play app as it only needs GPS signal during a round to work (GPS is typically accessible even when you don't have an internet connection). ...

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What if I get a New Phone? Will my Data be Saved?

If you get a new phone, simply download the GAME GOLF app and login to your account to view all of your stats, distances, and signed / unsigned rounds. The only reason a round won't be saved is if you do not e...

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Calculating Average Score to a Par other than 72 or less than 18 holes

The Average Score represents your over/under score from a baseline of an 18-hole par-72 course. If the par of the courses you've played differs significantly from 72, you'll see a change in your average score. ...

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