GOGI Tee to Green Pro
By Sanvean LLC
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Free golf scorecard, stats, golf tips and handicap.
Supported by golf’s top pros, the Game of Golf Institute (GOGI) is a revolutionary game improvement website and set of mobile apps (“Swing Pro” and “Tee to Green Pro”) working together to help your game thrive. With GOGI, you will improve faster, connect with other golfers and have more fun playing golf.
All GOGI solutions are free.
TEE TO GREEN PRO HIGLIGHTS:
**Most efficient score entry app ever developed – enter scores in seconds for over 21,000 golf courses worldwide.
**Expert on-course golf tips for every golf shot and swing fault; conforms to USGA and R&A rules of golf as an on-course reference
**Automated and comprehensive stats: handicap index, score detail, putting average, score by par, driving accuracy, greens in regulation, scrambling and sand saves
**High-definition instructional videos for all phases of the game, featuring National PGA Teacher of the Year Todd Anderson.
**Easy to use golf rules reference
**Capture and upload golf photos to your GOGI website profile (www.mygogi.org) for sharing with friends
Tee to Green Pro is your go-to resource to find golf courses, score your rounds, track your stats and capture your golf memories. You can also access easy to absorb golf tips and high definition video instruction for every shot and swing fault you encounter on the course.
Tee to Green Pro synchronizes with your online GOGI profile at www.mygogi.org for further analysis and sharing with friends and instructors.
Also check out the free GOGI Swing Pro app, which allows you to record, analyze and compare your swing and contains PGA Tour practice drills and golf fitness videos from golf's most respected pro instructors.
What's New in Version 1.5
International Golf Courses added.
Graphs are confusing
I love the app and use with each round. The graphs however under stats are very confusing as there is no legend to determine what the numbers on the x and y axis are referring to. For example the putting average graph is not clear what the numbers on the x axis are referring to. Same with the score by par graph. I can't find anywhere online where this is explained. Anyone else understand those graphs? If so please let me know because I'm sure they would be pretty informational if it made sense!
Nice concept Poor execution
Many bugs, crashes often
Works great. Awesome tips
Good tips. Uploads scores and photos to gogi site