Modified on: Wed, 9 Aug, 2023 at 5:48 PM
When keeping score on a mapped layout, if you choose to Show Hole Map, you will have the option of using Map Scoring.
When using Map Scoring, you'll save the location of each throw by either walking to where your throw landed, and then tapping + Record Throw, or by tapping and holding in the location the throw landed. If the location needs to be adjusted, then you can tap and drag the pin.
When you complete the hole, tap on the basket icon to hole out. This step is essential, or your score for that hole will not be registered. (Alternatively, you can tap the + button, and select In The Basket to complete the hole.) Then swipe left to the next hole. If you'd like to see the course map in full-screen, hit the diagonal arrow icon in the upper-left of the map.
By default, UDisc will consider your throws On the Fairway unless it lands in Circle 1 or Circle 2. If your throw went Off the Fairway, you can indicate that by tapping the (X) Off icon. If the throw went OB, into a Hazard, or missed a mando, then you should tap the triangular (!) OB icon instead, and then tap and hold on the map where your next throw will be from. To delete a mapped throw entirely, hit the red trashcan icon.
Whether you initially selected Scores Only or Full Stats doesn't impact this option (as long as the layout is mapped, you'll have Map Scoring available). Map scoring will give you more precise distances for your made putts, plus the opportunity to measure every throw. To save your measured throw and enter details after entering it into the map, tap the diagonal ruler icon on the right side of the screen.
When you've completed your round and saved your scorecard, you will see a View My Map button. Viewing your map includes the Map Scoring from your round. Hit the -> icon to see the first hole's map, and for each completed hole that you mapped, you'll see a Share Map button which includes your drive and putt distance.
If you've already completed your round and would like to measure some throws retroactively, you can do so by hitting the 3-line menu icon in the upper-right, then choosing Edit Scorecard, and swiping right until you get to the hole you'd like to measure. Tap the pin icon where your throw landed, and then hit the diagonal ruler icon to measure the throw.
Via the More tab under Settings, you'll find a toggle for Keep GPS Active When Scorecard Map Open, which we'd recommend toggling on (blue is on) to find location faster and with maximum accuracy.
Please note: Map Scoring is only accessible when keeping score for your profile, but not for other players.
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