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Works just fine for me on both 3G and wifi, automatically switching connections when it can. When you see the IBM IT Partnership logo, you'll know this app is done right. It feels and looks just as good as the IBM/Masters app from earlier this year and promises to be just as powerful. There's live Marquee Group video planned for Thursday & Friday, and live 17th hole (presumably all groups) on Saturday/Sunday. The good is the bottom navigation pane: Video, News, Scores, Course and Players. Watching the Rocco and Tiger hightlights & interviews has me pumped for this year's Open. This is the app to see me through to the weekend. Great job!
This app is APPsolutely horrible. EVERY year this happens at the U.S. Open, Masters, etc. These apps come out saying you can watch live video of featured groups, this hole, that hole, but then the tournament goes live and the app doesn't even open. The U.S. Open has been on for about 15 minutes and already the app has crashed 4 times, and i've only been able to watch about 20 seconds of actual video. It's enough to make you rip your hair out. Yes, I'm on 4G, not Wifi, but guess what, some people work and can't sit on WiFi and watch the whole thing. If you're going to put out GARBAGE like this, at least have the decency to say "For WiFi only" or "4G doesn't work" or "No Internet? Don't Bother, this doesn't work".... something. And it's IBM. you would think IBM would be able to make something that works and doesn't crash when a few people get on. Did they not expect a lot of people to watch at the same time?? it happens every time...
I was at the Wednesday practice round and the on-site course map was very helpful for navigating the course and finding concessions, etc. The feature for knowing which players were on which hole worked when big name pros were on the course, but not so well for others. Often there would be a player on a hole and the app would say nobody was there. That’s not the app’s fault, but the people responsible for updating the information. I also think it takes too many clicks to drill into information on a hole, which should include players on the hole, yardage, and maybe the handicap from the club’s scorecard.
The app does exactly what I want. It loads immediately, updates scoring promptly, and gives bio on players in addition to some good articles. The app has nothing to do with on course rules, so no one should complain about no cell phones on the course. What's the likelihood of EVERY spectator turning their ringers off: zero. It also works perfectly on my iPhone 4. If it doesn't work right for you, delete it and reinstall. There is nothing wrong with the app. Have fun.
Just downloaded this year’s app, and it repeatedly crashes immediately upon opening. Do you even test this prior to it going live???? The U.S. Open app last year was complete trash and it looks like this year will be no different. You have 361 days each year to prepare for this, and yet you still fail. Shows what kind of commitment you have to your fans. Just do us all a favor and copy the Masters app, which is outstanding. I would give this app zero stars if possible. Giant fail USGA. This happens year after year, your incompetence is difficult to even believe. Treat all aspects of your national championship like the Masters treats it, like it is the most important golf tournament in the world.
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U.S. Open Golf Championship has 3 user reviews.
U.S. Open Golf Championship has an average rating of 5.0.
The latest version of U.S. Open Golf Championship (11.2.3) was released on Nov 06, 2019.
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The USGA s pleased to present the official iPhone app for the 120th U.S. Open Golf Championship at Winged Foot Golf Club, Mamaronek, N.Y., June 15-21, 2020.
channels of LIVE streaming coverage from Pebble Beach, including featured groups and featured holes.
Real-time player highlights
Live scoring with unlimited player favoriting, shot-by-shot data and statistics
Find players on the course, see upcoming players on any hole and display nearby amenities on-course. The on-site map includes on-site navigation, powered by Cisco. This will provide fans with step-by-step directions to easily navigate to their favorite players, iconic locations, concessions and amenities around the course.
Virtual Photo Booth: Utilizing 3D technology, fans can use their phone to bring the U.S. Open Trophy to life via augmented reality. Fans can also take a scenic selfie with iconic Pebble Beach as the backdrop.
Live updates, news, photos and highlights from the U.S. Open.
Get alerts sent to your iPhone about your favorite players. For on-site spectators, you will be able to receive notifications about exclusive events and merchandise offers. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
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