I'd like to suggest the following for the next update :
- Forget about the NORMAL mode and just leave the ADVANCED. This is only making so many players confused and clueless in the beginning. Switching options in the setting, editing equipment, etc., etc.... it's very cumbersome also. Keep the ADVANCED mode and get rid of the NORMAL as the vast majority will eventually select a third wedge over a hybrid.
- Give a choice, instead, between the old 'original' edit method and the new advanced, just like you're giving a choice of swing meters on PC version. Many players are asking for the original edit way back and it's not surprising because it was much more intuitive, simple and handy. I can finish editing my equipment at least twice faster with the old-fashioned way.
- Have a little step-by-step tutorial session on how to equip for first-timers and newbies, much like the David Leadbetter's swing tutorial. If it causes too much onerousness to your job, have a link of Mick's video next to the edit screen.
Thanks for your hard work. Cheers.
G'day mate! :-) Very nice useful video. Well done! Long time no talk.
Thanks for the suggestions. While it is different, and there are some issues we're working through, the updated equipment panels are better to the majority of our players.
Those players are more likely to not replace an expired rental and are more likely to have trouble equipping new items in general.
The new update allows players to only swap out items one-for-one so slots can not go empty, rentals will be automatically switched to their best item for that club slot, and most importantly it's easier to use with less button presses.
We think that overall this is a positive change and will provide users with a better experience. Personally I've been yelling about changing the equipping process on mobile for years.
It is totally our failure that there was no explanation on how to use it, especially in advanced mode, before release. And I'll take the blame for that completely.
Luckily AussieMick was generous enough to make up for my mistakes.