Radial Golf : A revolutionary golf scoring incentive to improve your game and achieve par
Radial Golf is a simple and clear infographic representation of the history of your scoring through the use of a unique, revolving, circular graph.
How it works
Simply input your results at the end of your round by adding and color coding your own favorite courses. Add your score and achievements, add a photo, friends and notes to the clear user interface, and your result will be added to your unique radial graph. Over time this will build into a history of your ‘spiral of improvement’. Results can be edited at any time and past results can be added into the chronological order.
For practical purposes the range of scoring is between 120 and 72, making it ideal for the beginner and intermediate golfer:-
120 is at the outer edge of the circle and 72 is the target inner circle. As you fill up the graph, and improve as a golfer, you will start to see the spiral trend towards the centre.
Your current personal best is always displayed on startup, and achievements are recognized and encouraged along the way.
All round information is saved and can be viewed and edited at any time by navigating backwards and forwards around the curve.
You can also choose to see the graphing information as a simple continuous chronological line for all courses, or you can choose individual color coded curves for particular courses.
The full circular graph, which holds results for 180 rounds of golf, can be saved to your photo gallery. If you play once a week this records over three years of play.
The Radial Golf ‘spiral of improvement’ will help to raise your incentive to get out on the golf course as often as you can, improve your score, and achieve your quest for a par round of 72.
Purchasing the full version removes all advertising and also allows sharing of your results to social media.
www.radialgolf.com has more information, a gallery, and news blog
- Fixed save full graph bug.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.