As we come closer to the end of the year we wanted to share with you what we believe are the best golf apps that every golfer should own to keep track of their own golf experience at its fullest.
From USGA Handicaps, to GPS, to golf games, to swing analyzers, and more.
Here is our list of best golf apps of 2013:
Of course, we own TheGrint so we are a little biased. Having said that, TheGrint is the most complete Golf Handicap Tracker and GPS rangefinder in the market. It also provides a lot more than just that, which makes it the best:
Free USGA Handicaps, Powerful easy to use GPS Rangefinder, Scorecard Picture Service, Full Suite of Stats, Live Leaderboards, Friend updates, and much more.
Best Rule Book: USGA The Rules of Golf
This app is the perfect help to get out of a ruling situation while on the course. You can quickly find a ruling based on the situation.
Download it and use it next time you are faced with a difficult ruling situation. The app still needs some work for making it a little easier to navigate and find rules, however it is the best available tool out there, and it comes from the people who actually makes the rules.
Best Golf Game: Super Stickman I & II
Have time to waste? Waiting on an airport for your flight? Stickman golf 2 is the best golf game out there. Easy to use, super fun to play and even better when competing with friends.
It is similar to Angry Birds, but golf. And when is golf it is always better.
Best Swing Analyzer: V1 Golf
V1 Golf comes with a price of $4.99. This is the most used golf swing analyzer app. Among other things, you can compare your swing to PGA pros like Rory McIlroy, Lee Westwood and many others.
Best Live Streaming App: Golf Channel App
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Try these out and let us know what you think with your comments below.
Enjoy your golf!