19th Hole is the golf scoring app for everyone.
Whether you are playing for the club championship, having a weekend round with friends or playing pitch’n’putt with the kids, 19th Hole makes it easy to keep score.
Designed for fast, accurate score keeping with a color scheme chosen for optimal outdoor viewing, 19th Hole uses a simple setup process and an intuitive, gesture-based score entry system. During and after the round, you can see totals and results using various methods: total strokes, total putts, match play (Irish match play for more than 2 players) & Stableford.
If you have an Apple Watch, strokes for each player can be entered using the watch and totals can be quickly checked using the Apple Watch glance. Tap the box with the number text to the player's initials and use the digital crown to select the number of strokes.
When using the Apple Watch app, start a workout when it is offered for best access to the app during a game. Alternatively, install the complication on your watch face as a quick launcher.
When you have finished, you can archive the score card for future reference and email the completed card to your fellow players.
No ads, no in-app purchases, no features missing - you get the complete app for the price of a couple of golf balls.
If you like this app, please leave a rating or a review at the App Store. If you have a problem or want to suggest a new feature, please contact me directly so I can respond.
Apple Watch app will now ask you if you would like to start a workout when you start scoring a round.
If you start a workout, this app will be what appears when you raise your wrist.
Toggle the workout using a force press on the main scoring screen.
Workouts will end automatically once the last hole has been scored.
If you like this app, please leave a rating or a review at the App Store.
Contact me directly if you have any questions, suggestions or bug reports.
There are direct links on the settings page - tap the "i" button on the first screen.
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Developer Response ,
Thanks for taking the time to post a review. As a developer, the best way to work out how to improve an app is to get user feedback.
In this case, there is too little information for me to be able to help, so I would really appreciate it if you could take another minute to provide some more data on what you disliked about this app.
Did it crash?
Was it difficult to use?
Did it not do what you expected?
Was the interface confusing?
19th Hole is due for an update, so any feedback you could provide would be really useful. I am not sure if Apple allows you to respond directly through the review system, but if not, you will find many possible ways to contact me through my web site: troz.net
And if the app is not what you wanted, you can get a refund through the App Store.
What I really wanted was a very simple app where I could use my Apple Watch to just count strokes on golf holes before I write the score on the scorecard. That app does not seem to exist. This app is much more complicated than that, but it does at least allow you to start a round without downloading a course profile from the Internet. So that is a good thing. Most other apps require the course profile because they want to tell you how many yards you are from the hole. However, there is a significant issue with this app: it will not allow you to count more than 10 strokes on a hole. I am a beginner, so in every round I'll have at least one hole with more than 10 strokes. The reason I need this app is that I swing the club so many times I lose count! So this needs to be changed. Also, it would be nice if the plus and minus on the watch app were a little bit larger. Wearing a golf glove, carrying a golf club, and moving around make it a little harder to be precise. I need it to be really quick to tap and count a stroke. In fact, I'm not sure why there needs to be a minus at all. Basically I want to be able to tap and record that I swung the club once. Maybe a small minus in the corner in case of mistakes, but that's all. The majority of the Apple Watch screen should be a place where you can quickly tap and record a stroke.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.