Top 7 Best Golf Apps for Android that Every Golf Player Needs

Golf is a club sport which is considered as royal by most of the people out there. Well, it’s not necessarily true just because the players look rich! Golf players need to take accurate shots so that in one course they could hit the ball to the hole in as much as fewer strokes as possible. You must have a smartphone with you, right? Why not make use of it? Some handy golf apps for Android should do the trick.

When we write – best golf apps for Android, it does not only include the applications that help you play efficiently but also to experience a lot of other things. It also includes some of the best golf game apps. So, in a nutshell, we’ll be talking about the best golf apps that relate to the sport in any way helpful for a player or an enthusiast.

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7 Best Golf Apps for Android that Every Golf Player Needs

There are several types of golf apps on the Play Store that we can add to the list below. However, to be honest, not every app deserves the spot. If you know about a golf app that we didn’t mention in the list below, feel free to let us know in the comments below.

1. Golf GPS Rangefinder: Golf Pad

Golf GPS Rangefinder is a quite impressive golf app for Android which lets you find the nearest course and helps record full score for your game. It offers an easy-to-use user interface. Although it is available for free, yet to utilize it to its full potential, you would be needing 20 USD to upgrade it to the premium version. The premium version would cost you around 20 USD per year. With this app, you can make use of the Golf Pad TAG available for $99, which is a real-time GPS shot tracking system (it would provide accurate results). So, if you’re thinking to be a pro golf player, you’ll be needing this.

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When you launch the app, it would ask you the permission to access your location, you will have to allow it, else you won’t be able to find the nearest course. You can choose to play a charted or uncharted course. While using the uncharted mode, you won’t be required to log in, to start recording your scores. However, you won’t be able to access a lot of functionalities while on an uncharted course. In a nutshell, the uncharted mode is almost useless to most of the players. If the basic features seem sufficient to you, then you don’t need to sign up for an account.

If you sign up for an account and sign into a charted course, you will be able to choose the preferred scoring method (no handicap or handicap). Similarly, you can customize your scoring system being the simple “Stroke Play,” “Stableford,” “Match Play,” and so on. You can also tweak the handicap calculator’s settings.

2. Golf GPS Rangefinder & Scoring

Golf GPS Rangefinder is yet another popular golf app for Android. The user interface offered is quite simple. It is an entirely free golf app that does not provide any in-app purchases. So, all that you can see right after launching the app would be accessible to you at no extra cost.

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This golf app does help in achieving most of the basic tasks like finding a course, recording the stats, and finding the nearest course to practice. You can get detailed information on a course (number of holes, local popularity, etc.). Also, it lets you know about all of the nitty gritty details like putts per hole, handicap score, and driving accuracy.

From within the app, you can take photos and share it with your friends. You can also see satellite pictures of each hole you play. It provides the ability to integrate with Pebble, Apple Watch, Samsung Gear and other Android Wear devices.

3. mScorecard – Golf Scorecard

As the name suggests, mScorecard is quite popular for its comprehensive score recording system. It’s a powerful score record golf app that comes in a small 2.5 M package size on the Play Store. It’s a very light app, with a basic user interface.

It lets you record just about everything that you know of when playing golf. It presents several sections when launching the app. You can navigate through “Hole view,” “GPS view,” “Scorecard” and so on. Interestingly, it also lets you add a side game. For instance – Skins, Nassau, Stableford, match play, stroke play, longest drive, greenies, birdies, and eagles. The GPS view is helpful to see your distance to the green.

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It offers a very detailed statistics at the end of the game. You get the ability to add a note according to the date, edit club list, and edit players as well. You can also share the stats to your friends via e-mail or Facebook.

4. Golf Master – Video Lesson

Golf Master is one of the most useful golf apps for Android. It lets you learn to play golf the right way and help master your skills all the way to becoming a professional.

You get to access a lot of video content that would help a golf player. It offers a variety of lessons to walk you through. Starting from Golf Beginner Lessons, Club lessons, Iron Lesson, the tee shot lesson, Driver lesson, short game lesson, driver address lesson, and swing lessons.

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Besides, you can also get to know how the professionals play, their best shots, their techniques, and stuff all from the PGA tour.

5. Golfshot: Golf GPS + Tee Times

Golfshot brings in two options for you. The first one is that you can keep using the golf app for free with some locked functionalities. And, the second one – you can purchase the premium (Golfshot Pro) at 27 USD.

At first, when you launch the Golfshot Golf GPS app, it starts downloading the courses, and then you can get begun to use it. It offers you a handicap index. Well, yes it is a bit annoying when you observe in-app advertisements, but you will have to deal with it when using the free edition. As a bonus, you can keep track of the latest happening from around the world with the golf-related news offered by the application.

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Also, if you want to learn more about getting the perfect shot, you can utilize the “Tips & Drills” section provided in the golf app. Unfortunately, they are additional premium packages. Of course, we will have to understand that expert tips aren’t that easy to find. So, if you have a budget for that, you may go ahead with purchasing the additional tips & drills package. However, we have no previous idea about those particular packages, and you could let us know in the comments section if you purchase any one of them.

6. GolfNow – Book Tee Times

GolfNow offers a more polished user interface when compared to other golf apps that are its competitors. It is an entirely free application that would come handy to use.

It offers great features without charging a dime for it. You can search for tee times, and get detailed scores at the same time as well. Also, it lets you call to book for a game. You can also check for reservations on an individual course if you are not sure whether that would be a perfect place for you to head on to. Well, of course, you will have to pay when you book. So, you can add your credit card details into the app and let the app manage the rest. If you want an additional layer of security, you can connect through your Amazon account which ensures the transaction is secure enough.

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GolfNow also lets you control the app notifications from the settings menu. Also, you can enable “Quite Time” when you don’t want to be disturbed. It gives you the ability to customize the GPS functionality, for instance – units of measure and the time for which background GPS must be enabled or disabled.

7. Last Minute Golfer

Let’s just assume that you are a good golf player. And, you don’t need any fancy features to accommodate to your needs. All you need is a golf app for Android that just books your spot to play.

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Last Minute Golfer offers thousands of tee times across the U.S., U.K., Canada, Ireland, Mexico, and Bermuda. It is a pretty basic golf app that is suitable for most of the people who only want an affordable service to book their game. If you are lucky enough, you could even get free tee times!

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So, now we got to know about the best golf apps for Android. If you want to learn to play golf better, the video lessons offered with Gold Master will do the trick. If you’re looking for simply a golf app to record the scores, mScorecard would be my best bet. And, for the other golf apps listed above, it depends on what you look for, the user interface, or the features, or the premium functionalities, and so on.

For the moment, the list includes only the best golf apps that help you to learn Golf, perform better, and book your spots. We will regularly check for some more exciting golf apps for Android and keep the list updated for you. You can choose to bookmark this page if you want. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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