With the introduction of an application for the new Motorla BackFlip, GolfLogix have now solidified their place in the smartphone market. They have designed applications for Android, Apple, Blackberry and the Windows Platform. This latest collaboration between GolfLogix and Motorola marks the fourth compatible phone, using the popular Android operating system.
GolfLogix have been supplying their golf GPS units for many years, aiding golfers in navigating course layouts, showing the hazards and providing scoring and pro-level round tracking technology. Using this tracking tool users can analyze and compare round data such as distances of each club, fariways hit, or greens in regulation.
Detailed coverage of over 25,500 courses worldwide means Golf Logix is sure to have courses covered in your area. For any skeptics out there, here is some good news, Golf Logix is offering a free trial to allow golfers to download the application to their phones to try it out. After the 24-hour trial period expires the user is then invited to become a GolfLogix Champion member for $39.95 annually. All members receive application upgrades as well as the option to transfer their membership to a new compatible phone at no cost.
Garmin, a leader in GPS technology, offers a stand-alone golf GPS which compares closely to the GolfLogix app for smartphones. Benefits to the Garmin handheld Approach units include the use of AA batteries, which provide up to 15 hours of juice. Mounting your phone on a golfcart can be tricky, however the Approach can be situated on the frame easily with a specially designed RAM mount.
For a complete list of GolfLogix compatible smartphones please visit GolfLogix.com.