the 917 is a good 4 years old now. The driver was never that great. the TS range, and now the TSi range are much better as Titleist are getting speed out of the face.
I saw much bigger gains going from a 917 to a TS3
aye, but if you type in the surname first, and then search for the course, it seems
to work a treat. Sounds counter-intuitive, but it works.
sounds like it’s a ‘club location’ issue though as you say GPS devices don’t pick up the location either. Back to using your ISV to load general play...
How’s the phone signal?
searching for a marker can be iffy…I find search for the players name before searching for the club does help.
if you launch the app at home, does it find local clubs, just to prove geo-location services are working?
i guess I have been lucky that everywhere I have...
Shopping is dangerous.
picked up some Sunice Goretex waterproof trousers in the sale….and managed to find a Sunice goretex jacket that’s now on its way. Hopefully it fits well as might need it on Saturday!
I do volunteer at my club to assist where I can, or where the club wish to use my skills, but thanks for your thought process.
clubs, IMO, need to bring themselves forwards to the 21st century and relinquish control of some aspects to make things easier.…which is easier said than done...
I do wonder if some clubs/committees are being deliberately obtuse with the submission of away scores.
the only time I contacted my club manager before a round was the day after the MyEG app updated and i said I was going to use the app, but if there were any issues I was going to do a paper...
I picked up a p790 UDI over lockdown3 and put it in the bag at the weekend in a comp to get used to it ahead of a week of links golf next week.
pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to hit and when it hit the deck, it took off!
any chance of a link to the diagram.
I’m reading the ‘players home jurisdiction’ as being only the country the player has submitted fees for eg. Players at English Clubs can only submit scores at other clubs in England