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#16 Funkyfedora

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Posted 13 April 2011 - 01:30 PM

I use Golf Logix for my iPhone. It has a free option that gives to the center. You have to pay for the extra yardages...
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Posted 03 January 2012 - 04:03 PM

Best app out there, IMHO. I would prefer a drawn course overview over the satellite pictures, but that's just personal preference. At $29.99 with no annual fee it's just not beatable. I tried Golf Logix originally and liked the app, but no way was I going to pay their annual fee ($19.99). I had missed the ability to log each of my shots so I could have accurate distance information for each club, but Golfshot added that with the last update, so I'm happy as can be now.

Of course if they ever decide to go to an annual fee that may change my mind, but until then, it's the best golf app out there as far as I'm concerned.

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Posted 14 February 2012 - 03:09 PM

I have used it for almost a year. I really like it. The battery on my iphone lasts 18 holes no problem, but I think it would not last 36.....

Have played quite a few different courses with it, so far it seems to have them all.

Accuracy is what you would expect. GPS is good, not quite as accurate as laser rangefinder
if the target is visible.

I also have Golfplan and Golfplan syncs with Golfshot. Golfplan had a problem when iOS was updated, but tech support has fixed it now.

I dont use the Golfscape feature, I tried it once and it was buggy.

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Posted 12 June 2012 - 04:12 PM

I have now used quite a few apps, and at this point, I would say that despite it's issues, GolfShot GPS is the best of the iPhone products out there. That said however, it really shines on the iPad.

I used GolfShot first on the phone and while it was functional and usable, I found that I spend too much time 'fiddling' with it to also keep stats. It boils down to too much information to manage on such a small screen. The iPad, kept in the cart or on the pull cart presents a better user interface, better battery life and a generally better tool.

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Posted 12 June 2012 - 08:49 PM

I have used golfshot for 2 years. Love it. Also have golf plan and golfscape. Golfscape is neat but I hardly use it.

Golfshot is also good for tracking your club distances.
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