Solid Shot

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Solid Shot has moved to be included with Track Shot! 

The Solid Shot has moved under the Track Shot. For each shot you track, you can mark if it was a Solid Shot or not, as well as the shape and distance.

If you want to continue to track Solid Shots, please use the instructions below to make sure you’ve turned Shot Description ON under your GPS settings.

  1. Start a round of golf in 18Birdies.
  2. Tap 'Tools' in the bottom right corner of the screen. 
  3. Tap 'Settings'.
  4. Scroll down and make sure the toggle next to 'Shot Description' is in the ON position.

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Solid Shot is a new golf stat that challenges the status quo. 

It’s not about going low anymore – it’s about living in those feel-good moments that keep you coming back for more. With our Solid Shots counter, you'll record every Solid Shot you hit during your round – and watch them add up as you play. 

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What is a Solid Shot?

The idea is that YOU decide what is a Solid Shot based on your own personal game.

Simply – Solid Shots are the shots that feel great and sound great. You know, the ones that keep you coming back to the course day after day. It’s those shots that you’re still talking about on the 19th hole. Just that little bit of “golf crack” that we can’t get enough of.

Using the Solid Shot feature is completely free, and is now one of the many stats included with Statistics.

How To Record a Solid Shot

Once you've crushed that drive, striped your 7 iron, or pulled off that miraculous fade around the trees, simply tap the Track Shot button on the GPS screen and make sure that the Solid Shot label is selected to add the shot.

You'll see your Solid Shot counter record the first Solid Shot. When you hit your next Solid Shot, just make sure to select the Solid Shot stat after tapping the Track Shot button to record more and watch your Solid Shots skyrocket!

Track Shot Location

It's still there and works the same as it always has. Just look for Shot Tracking in Advanced Tools.

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