Golfing is all about lowering your score. And one of the best tools for this purpose is the smartphone or tablet you take with you out to the greens. Interested in leveraging modern technology to become a better linksman? Download one of these top golfing apps to track your stats and improve your game on one of Florida’s many excellent courses.
Exclusive to Android devices, 18Birdies is a comprehensive golf app that includes things like course details and GPS functionality, scorecards and leaderboards, and a system for creating tournaments and tracking live scores. The more basic features are available for free, but if you’re serious about your golf game, you’ll benefit from recommendations on which club to use, shot tracking, and other premium features. An upgrade will set you back $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year.
Golfshot, available on Apple devices and through Google Play, is another application loaded with free and premium features. The free version includes a scorecard, course GPS information, such as distances to the center of the green, stat tracking, and more. An upgrade adds more features, like an interactive map, as well as discounts through the app’s partners, which includes companies like GolfTEC and Winc. A Pro Features subscription costs $29.99.
The Rules of Golf
Wondering what the official protocol is after you knock your ball into a water hazard? If you’re serious about keeping accurate scores and want to keep everyone honest on the course, add a rulebook to your preferred device. The Rules of Golf is an official app of the United States Golf Association. It’s available for Apple devices. The free version includes the Rules of Golf,” and a one-time $1.99 upgrade unlocks a decision on The Rules of Golf feature.
There’s a world of golf apps to improve your game, keep scores, look up details on your course, and more. When you’re ready to try out your new apps in the real world, book a tee time at Quail Hollow Golf Course in Wesley Chapel, Florida. Contact us at 813-333-0033 to make a reservation.
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