GolfLogix Changes the Game for Android Users

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GolfLogix Changes the Game for Android Users

                                                      

        

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

August 21, 2018

 

 GolfLogix Changes the Game for Android Users

 

SCOTTSDALE, AZ-The most downloaded app in golf, GolfLogix, has announced that its innovative Putt Breaks feature is now available on Android devices. Giving average players access to the same green maps that tour pros have in their pocket, GolfLogix is giving all golfers the opportunity to Play Smarter.

"Android users can now experience our new game-changing Putt Breaks feature," says Pete Charleston, President of GolfLogix. "Putt Breaks uses intelligent 3D maps to show golfers where their approach shots will roll and how their putts will break. With one-touch putt reading, you can see precise close-up views of the breaks between the ball and cup, including subtle changes in elevation, slope and green direction that are often undetectable to the naked eye."

 

GolfLogix Introduces Putt Breaks

GolfLogix Introduces Putt Breaks

 

 

With the help of advanced laser scanning and photographic technologies that capture and convert terrain data into colored 3D maps, Android users will be able to understand greens with a brand new level of detail. Putt Breaks has over 8,000 courses and greens mapped nationwide, and counting.

In addition to the game-changing Putt Breaks feature, GolfLogix offers over 35,000 interactive course maps worldwide, accurate distances to any point on the fairway or green, as well as every hazard and layup on the course, and in-round pro-level stats and scoring.

GolfLogix is offering Android users a FREE 30-day trial of the Putt Breaks feature! Download the GolfLogix app through the Google Play store, and experience A New Way to Play. 

 

About GolfLogix

 

GolfLogix is the complete game improvement app with more than 4 million users worldwide. Dedicated to offering golfers the most advanced green mapping, GPS solutions, and stats tracking at an accessible price, GolfLogix helps improve performance on the golf course.

 

Founded in 1999, GolfLogix was the first to introduce handheld GPS to the golf industry and holds a U.S. patent for its unique GPS and club tracking application. Based in Scottsdale, AZ, GolfLogix has been professionally mapping courses for more than 19 years-owning the largest, most up-to-date golf course database in the world.

 

In 2009, the rapid advancement of smartphone technology allowed GolfLogix to develop an easy-to-use application that provides precise GPS distances. In addition, GolfLogix has in-round pro-level stat tracking, scorekeeping, and the game-changing feature Putt Breaks.

 

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For more information, contact Mary Beth Lacy at:

Email: [email protected]

Phone: (760) 346-6942

www.GolfLogix.com

 

 

 

 

 
DON
If your smaft phone is NOT

If your smaft phone is NOT made by Apple, you might want to check out this golf app for your phone. It's one of the better golf apps out thiere especially if you have an Android device.

 

Don

Putting is easy if you have the Right Putter.

Aimee
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putt break

I would assume this would NOT be legal for competition. And for gosh sakes, with all of these apps to tell you everything about the hole, at what point do you just have a robot hit the damn ball for you. Golf is supposed to be a game of skill and frankly reading putts is part of the skill in my opinion. Yardages I'm OK with, since yardage markers have always existed in the fairways. That is just a measure of distance, it is up to the golfer to figure out the correct club/direction.

It's not how...it's how many

DON
After readong your post, I

After readong your post, I have to ask a question. If you believe golfers should learn to read their own putts, and not use an app to do it. do you believe that Tour golfers should NOT be allowed to have those fancy books the use with all kinds of data about every green they play on ?  The app is a way for ALL golfers to have the same data that the Tour pros use, so isn't it just fair for all golfers to have the same toys ?

Don

Putting is easy if you have the Right Putter.

Aimee
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Greens

The maps that the pros use require interpretation, they don’t have a computer giving them the read. And I am against the caddies telling the players when they are lined up correctly in the fairway like they do with the LPGA, too.

It's not how...it's how many

DON
I think it would be fair to

I think it would be fair to say that most intelleint golfers would be able to learn how to read those fancy maps of the greens in a few hours or so on a practice green and then be able to use the data they get from the maps on the course with little or no problems. 

As for the caddy helping the girls on tour to line up their shots from the fairway, while I find it odd that they "need" this help, I don't think it's a big deal, and I believe that the PGA considers the caddy/golfer to be a team of sorts, so they can share information in an effort to help to golfer play better golf. Caddies help their golfer to " Read" the greens every day and I don't see what the difference is between that and lining up a shot into the greens. 

Don

Putting is easy if you have the Right Putter.