Wanted to do a quick review of this app:
Nike Golf 360 - iPhone
Overall I'm pleased, it's a free app anyway.
When you click the app, after it loads you're taken to this screen:
which shows your average score, then a circular graph showing frequency of Eagles, Birdies, Bogies and Pars. Below that, you see your Driving Accuracy, GIR, and PPR.
In the sub menu underneath, you have "Game", "Swing", "Body" and "Gear".
Going backward, "Gear" is basically just pimping Nike Golf gear. "Body" has some workouts, which look pretty dumb. "Swing" is a swing recording device that has a line where your feet should be and where the ball should be. I haven't used it yet, but it is reported that Nike "Pros" will analyze your swings you upload and provide feedback. I'm unsure about that.
Now, lets get into the actual usefulness of this app: "Game"
When you click the "Game" button, you're taken to this screen:
From here, you can click on "Track a Round" "View Saved Scorecards" "Manage Saved Scorecards" and "Game Help"
Clicking "Track A Round" takes you to this screen:
In which the phone tracks nearby courses it has scorecards for. From there you click the course you're at (It does it by mileage, so if you do it sitting on the #1 teebox, it SHOULD
be the top course.
From there, you click the course and go to this screen:
where you select whether your tee shot was FIR, off left or off right. Then you select your score for the hole, and the number of putts.
From this, of course we get a statistical track of our FIR, GIR, PPR, and Nike claims to be working to get stats going on how often you miss left or right on drives.
Then of course when you're done, your scorecard is uploaded on the Nike Golf 360 website, where it is accessible for review.
On Nike Golf 360 you can pull up graphs showing stats etc. It's not really worth showing at this time as all I have at present is one dot on a graph, but it's there.
Overall, I'd recommend it!