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What's a good app for recording/tracking stats while playing?

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What's the best app for tracking golf stats while playing that is easy to use while playing a round of golf?
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  • greg0241greg0241 Members  57WRX Points: 0Handicap: +1Posts: 57
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    I use golf shot. It’s easy to use while playing and keeps the important stats like fairways hit, GIR, putts per round, scrambling, you can even track distance on drives
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  • CobeLifeCobeLife Members  6WRX Points: 0Handicap: 27Posts: 6
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    I've tried both Swing by Swing, and 18birdies. 18 birdies is an excellent application in my opinion. Very easy to use, and tracks all relevant stats.
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  • clos8clos8 Members  82WRX Points: 0Posts: 82
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    I agree with the above. I have also used both SxS and 18birdies. I like 18 birdies better because of the ability to set goals. The one thing I didnt like about 18 birdies is you cant set up a stableford game like on SxS
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  • skmcclureskmcclure Members  140WRX Points: 65Handicap: 15.3Posts: 140 Fairways
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    I've used Golflogix, several years ago, and now TheGrint. Both were easy to use, once figured out.
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  • SAGolfer61SAGolfer61 Members  12WRX Points: -12Posts: 12 Bunkers
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    Golf Stats Coach is a great tool. Strokes Gained Golf Stats App, www.golfstatscoach.com

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  • Albusdumble831Albusdumble831 Atlanta, GAClubWRX  138WRX Points: 37Handicap: 13Posts: 138 ClubWRX
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    Besides 18 Birdies or Golf Logix what other Golf Apps can some of our esteemed Members recommend?

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    Golfmetrics

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  • Arlin964Arlin964 Members  205WRX Points: 80Handicap: 14Posts: 205 Fairways
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    I’ve tried several, and the ones I keep coming back to are 18 Birdies, Golfshot, and the Grint. I haven’t decided yet which one I want to pay for premium access (18 Birdies is pricey), so I’m still in kind of a testing phase. They all do yardages pretty well, interfaces are good, and stats are good.

    I used to use golf logic and I just tend to like satellite imagery for the holes better. Last I knew it was animated graphics almost.

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  • KmacKmac Members  855WRX Points: 180Posts: 855 Golden Tee
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    Golfshot. The two things that keep me using Golfshot are it keeps track of your tee club for each hole and it emails you your scorecard after each round. While some of the others do look nice I think none of them let input the club you used off the tee. That is a big one for me.

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  • ludddyludddy Members  23WRX Points: 22Posts: 23 Bunkers
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    I am curious which of these apps is fastest. I use my Garmin watch for the sake of ease. The software isn't great by any stretch but I tap it 3 times and I'm done on the hole.

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  • 5dogs5dogs South carolinaMembers  45WRX Points: 50Handicap: 5Posts: 45 Bunkers
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    Noticed 18 birdies today changed there app. Most features now you can only access through the premium membership

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  • mtiger10mtiger10 Members  350WRX Points: 119Posts: 350 Greens
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    I've used both GolfLogix and the Grint- can be as in depth or as minimal as you'd like for any given round.

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  • boggymanboggyman Members  3015WRX Points: 402Posts: 3,015 Titanium Tees
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    The Grint gets my vote. Easy to use, and after the round is uploaded you get and immediate response from them showing your stats for the round. Well worth the yearly price.

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  • dasamsdasams Members  363WRX Points: 130Posts: 363 Greens
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    On -, @greg0241 said:

    I use golf shot. It’s easy to use while playing and keeps the important stats like fairways hit, GIR, putts per round, scrambling, you can even track distance on drives

    ^^ I use GolfShot to track my stats and it's super quick and easy.

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  • GautamaGautama Members  823WRX Points: 208Handicap: 9Posts: 823 Golden Tee
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    For guys that use them a lot, how do you work it into your pre and post shot routines so it doesn't slow you down?

    I've used The Grint and it seems really good, but I mostly forget to use it, and when I remember it winds up slowing me down so much I just abandon it after a few holes. Does it just become habit with time I guess? How long did that take?

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  • RobNY22RobNY22 Members  444WRX Points: 70Posts: 444 Greens
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    Another vote for The Grint. I actually enter my score post round when I get home so I am not fumbling around on my phone while playing. I also find this useful in assessing my round as I replay it in my head.

    On my scorecard I just add a column for FW and putts. I’ll note if I took a drop or had one in the bunker. The app figures the rest out for you.

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  • CFAnPEICFAnPEI Members  2WRX Points: 10Handicap: 12Posts: 2 Starters
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    Currently using bebrassie. About 50 rounds so far. Excellent data collection and presented very well both in app and website. Shot tracking catches about 90% of swings and then you can review your round on website and fine tune clubs, etc on a map of the hole. I find it easy to recall my round and what club was used.
    Putting details require extra work. I do in at the end of each hole but could be done online later if you remember or track on paper.
    Downside, not free. But rare that something good is free.

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  • Mikee_jMikee_j Members  194WRX Points: 67Posts: 194 Fairways
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    On -, @CFAnPEI said:

    Currently using bebrassie. About 50 rounds so far. Excellent data collection and presented very well both in app and website. Shot tracking catches about 90% of swings and then you can review your round on website and fine tune clubs, etc on a map of the hole. I find it easy to recall my round and what club was used.
    Putting details require extra work. I do in at the end of each hole but could be done online later if you remember or track on paper.
    Downside, not free. But rare that something good is free.

    How does the shot tracking work?

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