Add another level of fun and competition to your game with the free Garmin Golf app. Download it to your phone to compete with your friends and fellow golfers. Each round can take on a tournament feel on any of more than 40,000 courses worldwide. Compete in weekly leaderboards on any golf course, or you can set up your own tournament event and invite multiple friends to compete. Players can also live chat with each other and post their results for others to see. With the following devices, you simply upload your round through the Garmin Connect app on your phone or Garmin Express on your computer, and you can review leaderboards and stats in Garmin Golf: · Approach golf watches: S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S10, S20 · Approach golf bands: X10, X40 · Approach handheld models: G6, G7, G8, G10, G30 · Fitness watches: vívoactive, vívoactive HR, vívoactive 3, Forerunner 935 · All fēnix 3, 5 and Chronos watches · All MARQ, Descent, tactix, D2 Charlie and D2 Delta watches The devices below can also upload scorecards in real-time directly through the Garmin Golf app: · Approach golf watches: S40, S60 · Approach G80 handheld If you don’t have a Garmin golf watch or handheld, you can still download the app and participate in weekly leaderboards and tournaments by entering your score manually.
His app is TERRIBLE. It’s a random event if it actually connects to mr phone. When it connects it’s a nice app, but I lose 1/2 my rounds because they don’t transfer. Try a different product.
I have completely stopped using my rangefinder ever since I got the Garmin Approach S62 watch and installed the Garmin golf app. The watch is more accurate in most cases, it’s instant, it saves me time, and I can use the extra 15-20 seconds to focus and prepare my shot. I also love how I can track my scores, handicap, distance per club, and utilize the virtual caddy feature on the S62 watch. It is FAR more superior than using an Apple Watch golf app.
Love this app and my A62 watch. Gives you easy current, and historical info, to improve your game.
I mostly use the watch for information, but it’s good to have the app as a back up and a secondary source of information. The one thing that the app needs to do that it doesn’t do is track more swing data from the sensors that you put on the clubs. Right now it can give you the club distance after you walk it off but I can’t give you any intelligence like swing speed over club face angle.
They should add gps to the app so you can see the distance to any point on a particular hole. Yes, you can get the yardage to the green on your watch and to some hazards but it would be helpful to get a more detailed look on the app. I wish they had more statistics. Just seems kind of basics. I’ve used TheGrint app for a while and there’s a much better breakdown of stats.
After a year or more of syncing issues it now works as advertised
I like the app. It works well with my Garmin Approach S62 watch. I don’t like apps that make things hard or complex. This app along with the watch generally makes things easy including shot tracking, club performance (even without the C10 system which I also got), scoring and distance. There are a few minor issues. First it’s impossible to import anything from other apps, so if you are switching you either have to enter manually or start over. Second the standard club lofts are not editable. They’re all wrong for my new clubs. That seems like it should be an easy fix. Third, I used club performance tracking first and then added the C10 system. All my club performance stats seemed to get wiped out. Then the next day the came back. Not sure what happened. Other than those minor imperfections I like the app a lot. Especially for use with the watch.
This app works very well with my new S40. I really am enjoying it. I got 6 rounds in with it. I encourage everyone to go for it and purchase the watch with the app.
I use the Approach s40 and it is wonderful! Give exact yardages to the green as well as layups and green side bunkers. App is a great way to learn more about your rounds and more about how you play!
Garmin app knows I golfed, but vivo active3 recorded scores don’t always transfer to the golf app.