The Number 1 app in golf also publishes the game’s premier yardage guide; Complete redesign creates the only green book and yardage guide showing slope, fairway contours and elevation data, to help golfers play smarter and score lower
SCOTTSDALE, AZ – GolfLogix, already the world leader in app technology for golfers, have refreshed the look and design of their already popular Green Books, making them indispensable to golfers of all skill levels. The comprehensive information contained in the configuration of GolfLogix’s new Green Books eliminates the need to buy and carry separate green reading and yardage books, making them the most thorough reference guides of their kind in the game.
The reimagined design has all of the features Green Book users have come to rely on while utilizing the most advanced technology to even further increase the effectiveness of the information provided. The designers of this latest iteration sought to remove all of the guess work typically involved on the tee box with regard to variables such as elevation changes, which way a fairway slopes, and the terrain around the green you’re approaching.
“When we decided to launch the next generation of our Green Books, we identified two specific goals that we wanted to achieve,” said GolfLogix President and Co-Founder Pete Charleston. “The first was to provide users with all the information they need but previously did not have in order to help them hit better golf shots. The second was to make that info as easy possible to consume and I believe we have done that.”
While typical rangefinders can be an effective tool to measure physical yardage, GolfLogix has sought to fill in the details of areas where rangefinders are lacking. With the company’s new and improved Green Books, users can now easily read elevation data to help better plan each tee and approach shot. Carry distances for all major hazards from every tee box and remaining approach and layup distances are now visible in one glance.
GolfLogix identified another area, green depth, that was lacking vitally important intel and addressed it in their updated Green Books. While knowing how far a pin is set into a green is helpful information, it only tells part of the story for being able to produce a successful shot. As any pro golfer would acknowledge, knowing where to miss is critically important, and with GolfLogix’s new Green Books, users can now target a heat area and see specifically where roll offs will occur.
As has always been the case with GolfLogix Green Books, all new books are compliant with USGA rules.
For more information, visit GolfLogix.com.
The Number 1 App for Golf, over 5 million golfers have downloaded GolfLogix on the world’s top-selling smartphones. GolfLogix has also created enhanced Green Books for over 14,000 courses worldwide. Dedicated to offering consumers the most advanced green mapping and GPS solutions with the most useful features at accessible prices, GolfLogix helps improve individual performance.
Founded in May 1999, GolfLogix was the first to introduce handheld GPS to the golf industry and holds a U.S. patent for its unique GPS and Internet-based club tracking application. Based in Scottsdale, AZ, the company has been professionally mapping courses for more than 20 years and owns the largest, most up-to-date golf course database in the world.
In 2009, the rapid advance of smartphone technology led GolfLogix to develop and quickly capture the market with an easy-to-use application providing precise GPS distances. In addition, the software manages scorekeeping and stat tracking, then uploads them to an online clubhouse community where golfers can interact and compete with millions of other players worldwide.
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