Even more golf tracking on BlackBerry

GreenFinder is the latest product in a recent spate of golf tracking apps. The inaugural release of Itinerant Software, GreenFinder uses your GPS-equipped BlackBerry to display your distance from the front, back, and center of the green, and how far (or, in my case, how dismayingly close) you are to hazards. A yearly fee of $35 gives you access to free software upgrades and an unlimited number of course downloads if you happen to be a globe-trotting golfer. And unlike the most other golf tracking apps, this one’s been designed from the ground up for the BlackBerry.

3 Responses to “Even more golf tracking on BlackBerry”

  1. 1 NNHH

    What a great new tool for the Blackberry!
    I think it is very useful for many golfers!

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  2. 2 DavidB

    Any of these COULD be killer, if only BB providers such as VZW didn’t lock out access to the GPS location. Who wants to have to ALSO carry a GPS puck on your person or on your golf cart?

  3. 3 Paul

    Like the screen layout for this software. Would have bought it if it was a one time purchase instead of $35 a year.

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