That appears to be the only 'Watch only' (without phone in your pocket) shot tracking solution with 'manual' shot tagging. Anecdotally, it appears to be a decent app. The strokes gained information appears to be quite good for myRoundPro from what people have said. The downside is that they have eliminated PC round editing, which sucks, since editing is far easier with a computer monitor and mouse vs your fingers on a phone screen. Also, recent app reviews for myRoundPro suggest that the app was 'broken' for many users recently and the developers haven't made efforts to address the complaints.
Some other options for you are Golfpad GPS, GameGolf (yes, you can use it with a phone and watch combo without buying the tags), Golfshot Pro. <<<<With all of these, you'll manually tag your shots on the watch, but you'll need to have your phone in your pocket, since the phone just acts as a 'go-between', sending data to the phone.
I've used manual watch tagging with both Golfpad and Game Golf with a Pebble Time Round (now obsolete). The Game Golf watch app was buggy and would freeze up sometimes, but it had PC/web editing, which made it really nice. The Golfpad watch app (for Pebble) was much more solid, but I had to edit shots later on the phone, which was kind of a pain.
I like that both had true strokes gained stats (Mark Broadie's stats) rather than the proprietary 'knockoff' that both Arccos and ShotScope seem to use. As with any of these devices, stats for short game and putting are to be taken with a grain of salt, since GPS measurements at short range are a bit iffy.
Taylormade myRound Pro
+ watch only (no phone in your pocket required)
+ nice stats, including true strokes gained
+ limited to Samsung Gear S3 watch
- no PC/web for editing
- buggy app and poor response/customer service
Based on all, you might try Golfpad GPS - you can manually tag shots with your watch (need the phone in your pocket). It supports nearly all smartwatches (Magellan, Pebble, Android wear, Samsung, Apple watch, etc.) You 'tag' all shots while on the hole (with my Pebble, I would just push one button on the side of the watch as I was addressing the ball, was pretty incognito, noone even knows your tagging), then whip out the phone once off the green to enter your club selections (or you could manually write it on a paper score card.) In use, I actually preferred a generic button press 'tag' while playing and entering the club information later, since it detracted from game play less by not scrolling through club selections after entering every shot.
The app is well laid out and has been through many many updates (Golfpad GPS is by far the most 'updated' golf app I've had, and I've installed and deleted nearly every golf shot tracking app that exists). The developers are responsive and are constantly fixing/tinkering with things to make sure that it works correctly all the time.
The only think missing is PC round editing. If it had PC round editing like GameGolf, it'd be perfect.
Edited by Duke of Hazards, 12 June 2018 - 05:18 PM.