nRange Golf GPS is rated #1 by About.com for Blackberry and is now on iPhone.Features:AUTOMATIC online access to courses, FAST, ACCURATE yardages, get distances to any course feature via overhead AERIAL MAPS, Measure your shots, Scoring for you and your foursome, advanced stats and round history. No need for an expensive dedicated golf GPS rangefinder. The Free version allows you to play any sponsored course and up to 2 non-sponsored courses.Over 19,000 golf courses are in our database. Some states have been completely mapped. Most areas have between 50% and 75% of courses already mapped and more than a thousand are being mapped every month. We are able to get any US and many international course mapped for subscribers in as little as 2 days.Feature details: Use your phones existing GPS chip to provide similar accuracy to dedicated devices costing hundreds of dollars Automatic course access via your phones internet data connection (unlimited data plans recommended) Full scoring and statistics tracking to help you improve your game Automatic listing of the three closest courses to make start-up fast and easy Simple, fast, intuitive interface Distance to front, back, and center of the green Visualization of the green outline Overhead aerial maps of the course with your location and the center of the green Ability to pan and scroll around the course to see distances to specific course features such as landing areas, bunkers, water, trees, etc.More info at http://www.nrange.com
Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad., Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later., iTunes account required
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