Playing golf is more than just swinging a club. From GPS rangefinders to scorecard and betting applications, with the right apps, you can improve your game and make your golfing experience more fun around the clock. We’ve put together the best apps for Android and iPhone to help make you a better player.


Let’s start with a basic app that is incredibly useful. Gone are the days where you would click a piece of paper to your golf cart and use a pencil to keep track of your score. With mScorecard, you can record every shot on your mobile phone. The app is free and lets you calculate scores and handicaps for up to five players across over 40,000 courses worldwide. It even includes GPS functionality to calculate shot distances, although that’s not the core focus of this nifty app.


If you ever wish to have a professional caddy with you at all times, Golfshot is for you. The app offers 3D videos on over 40,000 courses worldwide to help you find the best shot angles and clubs for each hole. You can track your shot distance and directions and access professional coaching tips from within the app. Golfshot is free, but if you want to enable features such as advanced scoring, real-time distances, or 3D flyover previews, it will cost you $49.99 USD per year.

Golf Betting

If you come home after playing 18 holes and still think about golf, you might want to try a golf betting app. Access the world’s biggest golf tournaments, place bets on tournament winners, head to head, or even participate in live in-play betting. There are numerous golf betting apps to choose from – check out this site to find the best ones.


This is one of the most complete apps. It started as a simple rangefinder but quickly turned into a versatile app that every true golfer should carry in their pocket. Discover courses, get reliable yardages, track your performance in driving, greens and putting, and visualise your scores – Hole19 got it all. The app is free but to unlock all premium features, you’re asked to pay £7.99 per month or £49.99 per year.


You got all the information on the course, you’ve been taking coaching lessons, and you got your professional caddy in your pocket; what’s next? Booking your tee time, of course! With GolfNow, you can find available tee times at over 7,000 courses worldwide. No need to call or wait – the app lets you book instantly 24 hours a day. GolfNow is free and trusted by over three million golfers. However, if you care about extra benefits and special savings on tee times, you might want to consider upgrading to the GolfPass+ membership.

Many more golf apps are available for both iPhone and Android, but these should help you get started. In many cases, you can even connect the app to your wearables, such as an iWatch, to produce an even more seamless experience.

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