Golf Quest is the Golfer's high tech shot measurement tool...
"I landed short on a Par 4 up hill tee shot and was looking at a 174 yard uphill shot with a front pin placement... GolfKaddie recommended a 7w Ave+14 shot to the front of the green. I knew then I needed to hit a very good 7w with extra power; Boom! I walked up to the green and the ball is on the green 12ft from the pin and I'm Putting for birdie, Sweet! Thanks to Golf Quest and GolfKaddie for improving my accuracy."
That's how the Pro's get it done!
You can experience this same level of accuracy using Golf Quest to measure your club distances and use GolfKaddie for professional club selection; and you will know if more power or less power is needed... That is fine tuning your shot!
At the practice range or city park open space or on the course, you Mark distances from where you made the shots, then walk to the ball and tap "Enter" at each ball location. Typically hitting 7 to 10 shots and then walking up and entering the distances is the fastest way to collect data on your entire set of clubs. Measure 30 or 40 hits for each club and you have an average that is meaningful.
It is best practice to enter normal shots that fall with-in your average quality shot. If you enter miss-hits or shanked shots the distance data will be too variable to be useful.
Golf Quest will calculate the Min/Max/Ave distances with professional accuracy. In one weekend a golfer can precisely capture the club distances for their entire set of golf clubs.
If you change to a different golf ball or add a new club, or change your setup, it is easy to re-test your distances and update your club data.
At the beginning of each golf season it is good practice to dial in your swing and verify your distance for each club. When you're with-in 100 yards you need surgeon like precision to get those birdies. Golf Quest is the tool to get this done.
Golf Quest includes a Generic Measurement feature for general use for a variety of other outdoor activities, such as Frisbee golf, Archery, joggers, etc..
Golf Quest uses Cel Tower data to identify longitude and latitude with-in an accuracy of 4 yards.
In a rural setting with limited cel coverage accuracy may be diminished; This is typical with other GPS technology as well. If you have a good cell signal, you are good to go!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.