Bushnell Golf has announced an upgrade to its new App, which provides access to state-of-the-art graphics and technology designed to further enhance a golfer’s experience on the course.
Free to download for all Bushnell Golf product owners, and suitable for Apple and Android phone users, the new App can be downloaded wirelessly from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store to a smartphone or tablet.
The key features of the Bushnell Golf 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 and fly throughs on every hole.
Scoring: 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.
Performance: track fairways and greens hit in regulation, putts taken for review after the round plus shot distance measurement.
Seamless Updates: Wireless courses updates on compatible GPS devices through Bluetooth mobile connection.
Once downloaded the new free App can be used with both lasers (Pro XE, V5 Shift and Tour V5, V4 shift, Tour V4) and the Excel GPS watch and Phantom GPS device. The App can also be used with or without a Bushnell device.
To download the upgraded App, Bushnell owners are required to delete the previous version from their device, download the new version, enter the serial number of their device when prompted and add in a suitable email address and password.
Andrew Grose, managing director of YUMAX Golf, which handles the distribution of Bushnell Golf products in the UK, said: “The new app has loads of game-enhancing features, and when used together with any Bushell Golf product, a golfer’s understanding and enjoyment of the game is increased dramatically. The new graphics are incredible, the hole fly-through feature is great when playing a course that is new or if the layout of a hole isn’t immediately obvious, and managing performance even during a game is simplicity itself – and it’s all for free.”