Bushnell is one of the biggest brands in golf when it comes to distance-measuring devices, from laser rangefinders like the new Pro XE, to GPS watches such as the iON2 and the Phantom GPS handheld device.
Whilst Bushnell are confident that these products perform perfectly well alone, you can now take your game to the next level by combining them with the supporting Bushnell Golf GPS App.
Free to download for all Bushnell Golf product owners and suitable for both Apple and Android phone users, the App provides access to premium graphics and technology designed to further enhance the golfer's experience.
The key features of the Golf GPS App include:
Play Golf: Access to over 36,000+ professionally mapped golf courses worldwide. Front, centre, back measurements to the green, custom points and 3D graphic layouts of each hole plus shot distance and scorecard tracking.
Golf Scores: Enter your score on the golf course while you are playing, and the score will register on the app, enabling easy tracking of total scores and putts.
Seamless Updates: Wirelessly update golf courses on your compatible GPS devices through a Bluetooth connection on your phone.
Swing Pro: Analyse your swing speed and tempo using the Swing Pro feature on your Bushnell Golf device.
Pedometer: Provides daily syncing of steps to your mobile phone, allowing daily progress tracking.
Fitness: Fitness data function records average speed, pace and distance – great for tracking walks, runs and bike rides.
Two versions of the app are available, dependent on which Bushnell device you own. Pro XE, Tour V4, Tour V4 Shift users will be able to access hole layouts, 3D flyovers and scorecard tracking elements, while Hybrid, Excel, iON2 and Phantom users also get the added benefit of the Swing Pro, Pedometer and Fitness data tracking.
Pairing the app up with your particular device is straightforward too, with Bushnell owners simply required to enter the serial number of their device when prompted during the registration process. If you don't own a Bushnell device however, you can still use the app and benefit from its many features too.
Do you use GPS Apps for yardages and other performance benefits when you play golf? Perhaps being able to pair your existing device with an app will be the key to giving you all information you need every time you tee it up? Let us know your thoughts below!