World’s No. 1 Golf GPS App Provides Tour-Quality Information, Patented Club Tracking
“This was one of my best final rounds, especially down the stretch, where I really dialed in my yardages, hit approaches close to the hole and finished off the short birdie putts,” said Johnson, who moved up to fourth on the FedEx Cup points list entering the Tour Championship. “My caddie, Damon, and I review the exact distance for every shot, when to attack and where not to hit. GolfLogix gives all players that same level of Tour-quality data.”
Easily downloaded from www.GolfLogix.com or App Stores such as iTunes and Google Play, the free GolfLogix GPS app is compatible with more than 60 smartphone models. It delivers accurate distances to the center of the green, high-quality imagery of each hole, scorekeeping and in-round, pro-level stat tracking for more than 32,000 courses worldwide. For less than $20, an upgraded annual Champion membership provides golfers with club tracking and distances to any location on the hole such as pin position, hazards and landing zones.
“Zach is widely-recognized for his exceptional game management, which contributes to the low scores he shoots time and again,” says GolfLogix President Pete Charleston. “Similarly, the patented GolfLogix club tracking function provides players with a picture of exactly how far they hit the ball and how to best tackle the hole.”
The pioneer of GPS for the golf industry, GolfLogix has more than two million members and is the world’s most-downloaded golf app. In addition to precise distances to numerous points on each hole, the software offers pro-level stat tracking, personalized instruction tools from Golf Digest, exclusive product discounts through the Golfsmith Pro Shop, 24/7 tee time booking via GolfNow and the game’s most comprehensive news feed.
All membership levels include access to the GolfLogix Member Clubhouse, the No. 1 online golf community where millions of players interact through social forums, offer challenges to fellow golfers and maintain an indexed handicap. Personal web pages for each user also store performance statistics, so every round can be analyzed by fairways hit, greens in regulation, putting, shot trends and more. It also contains a vault with 60 years of digitized Golf Digest content, including tips, articles and videos from the magazine’s legendary stable of elite instructors and Tour Playing Editors.
For more information: www.GolfLogix.com, 877.977.0162.