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GolfLogix, golf's No. 1 app grows to 3 million members

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Golf's No. 1 app, GolfLogix has passed the three million member milestone and is ready for more.

The growth in 2013, means additional exclusive discounts from industry-leading partners, precise GPS distances for free on 95 percent of the world’s courses and the relevant data a golfer needs sent direct to a player’s smartphone.

GolfLogix is the "do-it-all" app, that every golfer needs to have on their smartphone.

“Industry research shows significant increases in mobile adoption, where we’ve cemented our position as the unquestioned leader in golf and built a network of millions of hyper-connected golfers,” states GolfLogix President Pete Charleston. “After earning the title of top sports app on iTunes in 2013, our growth trajectory continues to swell with new technologies and partnerships that help our members play better, faster and enjoy the game more."

Golfers who need accurate GPS distances to holes, beautiful course imagery, stats that will help you improve your game, and club tracking for each and every club in your bag, don't need to look any further than GolfLogix.
Three million golfers are never wrong.

Download GolfLogix from or App Stores like iTunes and Google Play.

It's free, and GolfLogix GPS app is compatible with more than 60 smartphone models and boasts more than 34,000 courses from around the world. You can also upgrade to the Champion membership for less than a $20 bill. Champion members receive advanced club tracking and distances to any location on each hole such as pin position, water hazards and different landing zones.


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