Where can I find my golf clubs?
From the Home Menu, tap “Golf Bag” from the navigation bar at the bottom of the screen.
What kind of clubs are there?
You can carry 8 clubs in your bag: Driver, Wood, Long Iron, Short Iron, Wedge, Rough Iron, Sand Wedge, and Putter. Each of these clubs will be automatically selected while playing on a hole based on how far your ball is from the pin. Each club has 6 stats associated with it:
- Power: controls the distance a club can hit the ball.
- Accuracy: controls how precise you need to be on the aiming meter.
- Draw/Fade: controls how far you can draw/fade (or hook/slice) the ball.
- Top Spin: controls how far you can spin the ball forward.
- Back Spin: controls how far you can spin the ball backward.
- Shot View: controls the distance your shot arc is drawn.
You will need to upgrade your clubs to get the maximum use out of them.
How do I select the clubs I want to use?
All of your clubs currently owned are listed at the top of the Golf Bag menu. There are more clubs available if you scroll down the screen. If you want to change a club you are holding, tap a club. You must own at least one club card for that club before it is selectable. Club cards can be found in Mystery and Pin Bags. Clubs not yet found have the TOUR name listed which tells you which tour in Head 2 Head those club cards can be found.
What is a club level? Each club has a number on it. That number is its level. The level of a club indicates how good its stats are on the course. To see a club’s stats, tap the club in the Golf Bag screen.
How do I upgrade my golf clubs?
Each club can be upgraded to Level 10. To upgrade your clubs, you must collect club cards. Once you collect enough cards for the club you’re trying to upgrade, you can spend coins to level it up. Leveling up the card increases the club’s performance on the course.
In order to upgrade your club, go to your Golf Bag.
The Green under the club means that it can be upgraded to the next level (for instance, if you have 6 cards and 5 are required for the upgrade, like in the Outlaw club in the above image).
The Yellow icon means that it cannot be upgraded since you don't have enough cards (1 cards owned while 5 are necessary for the upgrade, like the Trail Blazer in the above image).
When you select an upgradable club, you can see which stat will be increased with the upgrade (a green number will appear on top of the stat's bar).
For instance, upgrading the Outlaw club (image above) will increase Accuracy (+5), Top Spin (+30) and Short View (+40).
How do I compare my golf clubs?
Select another driver that you own that is unlocked and that will bring up the club comparison screen.
From here you can compare the stats of the Driver you’ve selected (on the left) versus the one you own (on the right).
If the club you selected is currently worse in any given stat category, it will be colored red. The values for each stat for that club are listed on the far right. In the left image above, Trail Blazer has a better Accuracy (36) than the Big Foot (30).
If an upgrade is available (right image above), you can see what the new stats of that club will look like if you choose to spend the coins.
The light shaded green area for each club indicates maximum capacity for that stat.
To select a new club, select the SELECT button