From the article: Five Best iPhone Golf GPS Apps
Tell us about your favorite iPhone golf app, or the apps that were a waste of time and money. Do you agree these are the top five? Share Your Experiences
Birdie Apps is a great one
- They recently launched where I live and it does all the advanced features some of these other ones do. And it's free. Also it's a webapp rather than a native app which is kind of cool. I was using it on my android and my dad on his blackberry and it worked really well.
- —Guest davidsaz
Who's Your Caddy
- For those who are so quick to dismiss free apps, has anyone even tried Who's Your Caddy? It's a free app, very thorough course catalogue (about 19000 courses), accurate GPS, and has most of the features listed in the paid apps. It doesn't offer group scoring or figure your handicap, but otherwise its worth trying before you spend money elsewhere, and definitely worth a mention here...
- —Guest Ljenson
- I bought golfshot three years ago nice program Bought new 4s to have it work better. Would not load my app e mailed both I tunes and golf shot. Two weeks later they are still saying call the other company. I tunes don't show the purchase but golfshot shows all the rounds I have logged but won't call I tunes to verify that I do have it and have owned for years This is all over 30 dollars. Really million dollar company's and 30 dollars is going to hurt
- —Guest Kevin Hersman
- Usually use Golfshot but just returned from Mesquite, NV and played Conestoga and the amazing Wolfcreek. Neither one came up on Golfshot on my Iphone. But I did enjoy the humility of never knowing my distances while hitting into oblivion. Any ideas.
- —Guest Jim Wickstrom
- A little disappointed that Pocket Caddy reduced its price down to $0.99 (I originally paid $2.99). Don't get me wrong I think it is a steal for $2.99 and I use it just about everytime I play. It is the best on par 3s where wind and elevation effect my shot the most. I do like it because you can pick where you want to aim (like just before or after the water). I have used Golfshot as well and it is one of the better apps I have used as well.
- —Guest Francis
Mobitee is the best
- I tried all apps and mobitee is my favorite. Only the power consumtion is a handicap.
- —Guest markus
- My beef was that when I changed phones I was told I had to pay the full cost of a new app, rather than an upgrade. I liked the app but refuse to pay another "full whack"
- —Guest Windbag
- I recently tried pocket caddy for the iPhone and it is great. It is a lot cheaper and accounts for wind speed and elevation change.
- —Guest Billy
Have used Swing by Swing
- It's pretty good. Good stats, some humor from the owners, and as accurate as the GPS technology allows it to be. No complaints.
- —Guest Atlanta golfer
Please add this app to your list
- I have released a new golf app on the iTunes Store, iOver Golf, that will help you learn to put your eyes over the ball when putting. Check it out here: iOverGolf.com
- —Guest Craig
- I installed Pocket Caddy for my iphone and it is well worth the price. It is easy to use and automatically tells you where to aim based on wind speed/direction and elevation changes. You can use it to aim for the pin or the middle of the fairway. I highly recommend Pocket Caddy.
- —Guest SCarr
I found a way better app!
- You guys should try the AI golf app in itunes. It's so much better than a lot of the crap I've seen in these apps. The AI golf app is free too!
- —Guest upandcomer
golflogix - I hate this app
- It may have the database of couses but no aerial view of the couse I played. With no aerial view, it bacase just an electronic scorecard 2) No club or ball tracking as advertised 3) Very difficult to read in sunlight 4) Foud it very difficult to navigate between screens
- —Guest robin
- Distances are accurate, wp7 and iPhone support, online charts, and you compete on tour with your Facebook friends!
- —Guest CAGolfer
Golf GPS APPS
- You have dismissed those apps which allow users to map their own course but in my opinion it is essential to be able to edit course maps. arial views are useless if changes have been made to a course because the google images are invariably out of date and if, for example, a green has been reconstructed the arial view can give a completely inaccurate impression of the shot required
- —Guest Phil c
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