Yes you can give ShotView Golf as a gift. To gift ShotView Golf, open iTunes on your Mac or PC. Click here to open iTunes and go directly to ShotView Golf page. Click on the arrow located to the right of the "$24.99 Buy App" button. Select "Gift This App" and follow directions to Gift ShotView Golf to your favorite golfer.
Updated imagery from Google may require us to update the course. Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with course information including course name, city and state and we'll update the course ASAP.
Yes. We recommend updating to ShotView Golf v1.0 to get most out of your ios 4.2 and your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad devices. You can check your current version by clicking on gear icon and at bottom of screen, you should see the current version of ShotView Golf.
First, ensure you are running ShotView Golf v1.0. This is a free upgrade for current ShotView Golf customers. Set your iPad to 1X magnification mode, while loading courses in ShotView Golf. After the course has been loaded, you may go to 2x magnification.
Please press Dismiss and close the dialog box to be notified when the course has finished loading. When this dialog box is open, you'll NOT be notified when course has finished loading. Please PRESS DISMISS and look at what hole # is being loaded just under the course name. After all 9 or 18 holes have been loaded, press Start Round to start your game.
Please try reloading the course to load the missing images. First go to "Played" screen and delete the course. Slide your finger from left-to-right on the course to delete. Press Delete. Now go to "Search" screen and enter the course to reload the course. All images should now properly be displayed.
Yes. Go to scorecard screen. Find the scorecard you want to delete. Slide your finger from left-to-right on the scorecard to delete. Press Delete. Once you press delete the scorecard is permanently deleted and can't be recovered.
Yes. You can view satellite imagery and get distances from back of the tee to points on the hole. This is a great way to visualize the course as you play and prior to your round. For iPod touch users, we recommend downloading your course information via Wi-Fi prior to playing your round. These devices don't have a built-in GPS, therefore, ShotView Golf will not be able to identify current location to display distances from present location to points on the course.
No. At this time, ShotView Golf runs on the iPhone and iPod touch devices. We are looking at adding platforms in the near future. Please click here to contact us to get added on the email list for Blackberry support.
No. At this time, ShotView Golf runs on the iPhone and iPod touch devices. We are looking at adding platforms in the near future. Please click here to contact us to get added on the email list for Windows Mobile.
Yes. ShotView Golf senses your current hole and automatically loads information for that hole. If you turn your phone on at the tee and are running ShotView Golf, ShotView Golf will automatically switch to the current hole.
For best accuracy, we recommend ShotView Golf is running for about 15 seconds before getting a distance reading. ShotView Golf and iPhone take about 15 seconds to lock onto GPS signals to get the most accurate distance readings.
Yes. You can use the built-in interactive rangefinder capability to measure distance to anywhere on the course. In any satellite view, touch the screen and then slide your finger on the screen to move the crosshair. The distance displayed under the crosshair is the distance from current location to the location under the crosshair.
When viewing the course in any satellite view, click on the mark shot icon at bottom left of the screen from where you hit the ball. Now walk or drive to the ball and upon arriving at the ball, look at the iPhone screen and the ball distance is now displayed.
If you can't find your course information, try entering just a portion of the course name. For example, if the course you are looking for is Riverside Golf Club, you can type Riverside or River Side. Or you can also enter city, state or zip and search for your course by location. If you still can't find your course, please click here to contact us and let us know the course name, city and state and we'll be happy to add the course information into our database.
We use satellite imagery from Google. Unfortunately, some images from Google are blurry, may not be high enough resolution or are simply outdated. In those situations, Locaxion is not able to process that course and make it available for use with ShotView Golf. Please contact us and let us know of your interest and we'll notify Google to get newer or higher quality satellite imagery.
Yes. We are happy to process us courses in time for your game. For urgent requests, please click here to contact us let us know when you'll be golfing and we'll make all effort to complete the course in time for your game.
We work closely with our map provider to ensure we have the newest satellite image for your use. If you encounter a map that appears outdated or shows your course under construction or possibly no course, please contact us with course name, city, state and what's not right and we'll work with our map provider to get updated imagery.
Yes. ShotView Golf supports the 1st generation iPhone, iPod touch and non-3G versions of iPad devices. You'll have access to satellite imagery, scorecard, graphing and interactive rangefunctionality with your device. But since the 1st generation iPhone, the iPod touch and non-3G version of iPad do not have a built-in GPS, you'll see distances as measured from the back of the furthest tee to points on the course.
Since the iPod touch, 1st generation iPhone and non-3G version of iPad do not have an integrated GPS, you'll be unable to pinpoint current location. Distances displayed will be from the furthest tee to markers on the course.