Garmin Golf 4+


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    • Offers In-App Purchases

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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.

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What’s New

Version 2.17

Thanks for using Garmin Golf! We routinely release updates to create a better experience, improve performance and fix bugs.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
4.5K Ratings

4.5K Ratings

Stevecouch ,

Love This Thing

I’ve only played 5-6 rounds with my new Garmin S60, but I totally dig it. I love having yardages in my wrist at all times, so I don’t have to pull out my phone or scope every time I need a distance. It also syncs really nice and gives you a great visual overview of your round on your smart phone (Garmin Golf app). I have 58 y/o eyes, so was a little curious how I would read it w/o readers, but it’s fine for me. Couple minor drawbacks: Plenty of juice for one full round. Touch & go on that second round, though. I keep a battery brick in my bag, just in case. Also, you can zoom in a little and check yardage on that bunker or Creek, but it’s a little clunky for that. Not a smoothe pinch in/out for zoom. All in all, definitely a good purchase. BTW, I think you can get pretty much the same yardage functionality with Garmin’s more basic models for a cheaper price, but I was happy to pay more for the upgrade to Approach S60.

cjpiantes ,

Below average golf app and trailing other applications advances.

I use multiple Garmin golf devices, S62 Golf watch, R10 Launch Monitor and C10 club sensors for in game data collection. There are LOT of opportunities for these product lines to integrate into the Garmin golf app for much better data collection and followup analysis. Other applications such as 18 Birdies and Golf Shot are advancing technology in terms of player performance for game improvement.
1. Strokes gained per round. Garmin Golf doesn't provide that information. It uses averages over 10 rounds.
2. Strokes gained for specific clubs. Garmin Golf bunches shots into Drives, Approach, Chips and Putts instead of strokes gained by club. I would like to know which club or range of clubs I should work on.
3. In round GPS overview using the phone is far far behind the other golf apps. One can't look at distances for possible shots. That information is available on the watch but that can be cumbersome. Additionally, the overlay is a 'cartoon' graphic where other apps use photos with more details.
Overall, while I using the multiples Garmin devices where I do like the concept of a centralized app to collect all my data, this application is in need of a complete redesign to keep up with the competitors.

jogriff124 ,

Simple and functional

I’ve been using the Garmin S20 for the better part of year, a friend told me about the Garmin Golf app within the last couple months, I feel like an idiot for not having been using the app along with the watch the entire time. It does a great job of journalizing your rounds, tracking stats and even calculating your handicap. I play 4 times a week, so I’ve developed a large sample size, the app let’s me know how far I hit each club, it tracks historical data where you can look up every shot you’ve played on a single hole over a period of time and it has greatly improved my course management and my overall scores. Great job keeping it simple and user friendly, even old people should be able to figure it out!! Lol

App Privacy

The developer, Garmin, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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