Golfer 2 - Swing/autoshot detection explanation, and how to record a stroke manually
The autoshot feature detects all of your swings while only adding one stroke to your scorecard at each location. This means that you can take as many practice swings as you wish and you still get only one stroke added to the scorecard as long as you stay within a range of 15 metres. If you need to record more strokes for one location, for example for a penalty shot or a putt, you can do that easily by covering the screen with your palm to manually record a stroke.
Whenever a stroke is added to your scorecard you hear and feel your watch to vibrate and see a +1 stroke notification appearing on the screen.
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You can always record a stroke manually by covering the screen with your palm. You see a +1 stroke notification on the screen and the watch vibrates to let you know that one stroke has been recorded.
Note: All putts need to be recorded manually. When you record a stroke manually on a green you see a +1 putt notification to let you know that one putt has been added successfully to your scorecard.
When palming the screen to record a stroke, the watch also saves the GPS position of the stroke. This way you can see your shots displayed correctly in the MySports app.
An alternative way to record strokes is to use the scorecard view and manually move Up or Down to add strokes or putts. However, when recording strokes this way, these strokes are not shown on the course map in the MySports app because the GPS coordinates of these strokes are not saved in the watch.