I’ve got a lot of golf iPhone applications (apps) to review so I’m busting them out starting…… NOW. And soon, iPad apps since I just got a new iPad for my birthday.
GolfMoolah features 18 golf games. I can’t write a review on all of the games in this article, but here’s a list of all of them below:
Nassau | Skins | The Snake | Wolf | Sixes | Las Vegas | Bingo, Bango, Bongo | Acey Deucey | Quota Points | Bridge | Cut Throat on the Tee | COD | Hammer | High Low | Nines | Thirty-Two | Air Presses | Back it up
I’m an iPhone user. I got the thing so I could be more productive. I have the tools to do that now and I’m slowly but surely working toward utilizing my time better. I have many golf apps for the iPhone, some of which I’ve covered or will cover here. The newest iPhone golf application is the PGATOUR.com app.
I loaded the PGA Tour iPhone application tonight. For being released within the last day or so, the app is very robust and nicely done.
Within the app you can access leaderboards, player profiles, videos (though I had a window pop up saying the video format wasn’t supported) and lots of other neat PGA Tour nuggets. It is nice to be able to check Tiger Woods’ putting stats while in line at the grocery store.
Oh, the app is sponsored by Nike Golf, who has ads all over in there. I guess you have to pay the bills somehow.
For just being released the PGA Tour app is pretty awesome.
I’m an Apple/Mac guy. I love my iPhone 3G with all of its capabililties. But the “phone” part sucks and the monthly bills are 3x what they were when I was on Verizon. I can now say that all that extra dough is worth it since I’ve installed the free Masters iPhone App.
Features of the Masters iPhone App:
More Masters iPhone images below… (more…)