Golfers love technology. For all the arguments that our game is one steeped in tradition, history and antiquity, the fact remains that to improve our game we embrace technological advances. The development of a new type of golf club that promises straighter, longer shots, a more comfortable form of shoe or a trolley that will take the effort out of walking often means that we are happy to open our wallets at the Pro shop and spend our money year upon year.
The latest technological gizmo to make a convert of thousands of golfers is the golfing “app”. For those of you who still use a Mashie Niblick and think that a hybrid club is a gentleman’s lounge that opens for a ladies night once a month, a golfing “app” is an application that you can download onto your smartphones. Once downloaded, you can then use these applications for a variety of different functions.
nRange Golf GPS
Long gone are the days when the only Blackberry you would see on the golf course would be the tasty variety while you hacked your way through the rough. Apple’s no longer fall from trees, instead both now have their own special pouch for on the latest golf bag.
The reason for this is because of the apps, that have been developed for the phones. There are many available for each type of phone, one being the NRange Golf application for BlackBerry, iPhone and for Android.