Originally Posted by Golfingdad
You know ... I've never quite got into trying to use it during the round for that type of stuff. Especially now that I got a laser rangefinder, I don't need it for distance measuring either, so I just log in afterwards, maybe later that night, or the next day and input the round.
Of course, the only stats I get then, are putting, fairways and greens basically.
I don't blame you. The first time I tried to use the distance tracker, I found it to be a bit awkward. Especially as a walker, I'm used to getting to my ball and starting right into my pre-shot routine. Here, I was getting to my ball, waiting for the GPS to catch up to my positioning, pressing the "done" button, selecting the club that I used and finally making sure I input whether I hit the fairway or missed right or left. As someone that likes to play ready golf, it got me a bit out of my comfort zone and I hit a few very poor shots early on in the round where I was rushing to make up for the lost time. I do think it's a bit easier to utilize with a cart, since you can get to your ball more quickly and so that wasted time doesn't weigh on you so heavily.
At any rate, thanks for the responses.