Apple Watch | Distance, Scoring, & Stats

Distance Screen

Important information about the Apple Watch

The most up-to-date version of Watch OS is recommended for the best experience; watchOS9. 

WatchOS 9 is compatible with Apple Watch Series 4 and later and Apple Watch SE. Upgrading to watchOS 9 requires an iPhone 8 or later running iOS 16 or later. Find your Apple Watch model.

Getting Distances

From the Distance screen, you should see three distance numbers corresponding to the Back, Middle, and Front of the green.
Distances from the Apple Watch will not show distances to bunkers, water, or other hazards.

Advancing to Next Hole

From the Distance screen, swipe up and down, anywhere on the screen, to go to the previous or next hole.

Swipe Right to Enter Strokes for Scores
  1. From the Strokes screen, tap the + or - button to allocate strokes OR use the scroll wheel on the side of the Apple Watch.
    The strokes will start at Par.
  2. Tap Next Hole to go to the next hole or swipe right to left to enter Stats.
Swipe Right to Enter Stats
  1. From the Stats screen, tap the respective buttons to enter stats OR use the scroll wheel on the side of the Apple Watch.
  2. Scroll down to enter more stats.
  3. Tap Next Hole at the bottom of the Stats screen to go to the next hole.

Note: As you enter scores and stats on your Apple Watch, your phone will update in parallel.

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