Most golfers would tell you that they're always on a quest to better their game and here's an app that can help you do just that. The Golf2Win app can be used on your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone and is a new release that provides users with all kinds of helpful techniques. These techniques have been shown to reduce golfer's handicap, which of course will better your game. The app features a professional tour coach so you know you're getting this information from the best sources out there.
Rather than having another frustrating experience on the golf course the Golf2Win app can provide you with information that can better your game in a big way. There are a number of strategies that are discussed in the app and presented by Kevin Craggs, who is a professional tour coach. Craggs is actually very well-known on the golfing circuit and has more than 25 years of experience. Now before you start thinking this app is just for beginners it's not, it's for anyone who wishes to better their game and reduce their handicap, which can also include seasoned golfers. Not only that but these strategies are also shown to work extremely fast so the season doesn't pass you by.
Because this app is new it doesn't yet have a customer rating, customer comments, or updates. The price of the app also feels very reasonable once you consider how much information is included in the app.
Get help with your stance and posture
The Golf2Win app has a number of standout features such as the fact that all of the content is available to you without a data connection so you can check it out any time. The app is an interactive experience that features videos, books, tips, and tutorials. This means one of the methods is bound to work for you. There's even a glossary of terms for those still trying to learn the golf lingo.
Additional features of the app include a 3D animation that is able to give help where grip is concerned, learn all about how to maximize the your short and mid irons, posture and stance can be perfected, get putting tips, learn about the rules of the game, and there is even a section on fitness where your pre-game is concerned. This is meant to be a complete learning experience so you don't need additional outside sources.