Changing the display of stats if still very much on our roadmap, thought it has taken a bit of a backseat to some other things we're working on. You can rest assured that your career stats aren't lost, we just need to be able to display them.
We're working on a release that should be out next week that has some new functionality around stats (unfortunately, not career stats though).
Just wanted to let you know that I've reversed the front and back 9's to match the new layout of the Olde London course at London Bridge.
Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course is also in Foursum.
Please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) if there's anything else we can help you with.
You can edit your round as long as it wasn't played as part of a game. We're make game rounds editable soon.
To edit you round, go into your Round Summary (the screen where you see the scorecard) and tap the 3-dots button in the top left corner. This will bring up a menu with Edit Round and Share Round.
If you just see Share Round, it means that the round is locked because it was part of a game.
Hey Jared and Anonymous,
This is coming in our next App Store submission. Just want to make sure too that you guys are aware of something though. The "Always on" is just the permission that we have, not how we're actually using your GPS. Foursum only ever pulls your location on a few screens in our app. (GPS & Course Search)
The reason we request "Always" is because we use a geo-fence for the home course reminder. Outside of these scenarios we don't hit your location at all. If you're noticing a drain on your battery it's likely another application that's the cause.
If you're tracking your driving distance, we're storing that for you. We don't currently display it anywhere in the app, but soon you will be able to see Longest Drive and Average Driving distance for the round and also aggregate over the season.
I'm like you, I want to be able to see my accuracy and length...especially when I'm banging the ball well.
You can add a friend to a game with social but they need to have a Foursum Account.
We're in the process of building a way to invite friends and playing partners to the app and specifically to a game, but they'll still have to have a Foursum Account.
As for tracking the scores of people you're playing with without them needing a Foursum account, is still under review.
We used to show 9's and 18's side by side and it was really confusing. We're going to be launching a more verbose stats filtering system so that you can filter your stats by Hole Count, time frame, specific course(s) etc.
Private profiles are on the road map.
We're also working on an alternative to "home course" because many players have multiple courses they're interested in, and others like yourself.
Thanks for the feedback.
Hey Dan, You can see all your scorecards by going to your Profile and selecting "Scorecards" from the menu. Take a look and see if that meets your needs.