Tomorrow marks the start of the “PGA Championship 2011,” and what better way to celebrate the final major golf tournament this year than with a selection of apps. The event will run from August 11, to August 14, 2011 at The Highlands Course, and comes as no surprise that the best app available is the official PGA Championship iOS app.
No other app will get you closer to the action, as you will have access to live video feeds and leaderboard details. That’s not all, as you can also enjoy Push Alerts, Player Scorecards and so much more. To benefit from this app then you are best to view it on an iPhone 4 or iPad, as their screens will be able to utilize certain features better.
Next up we have the “Golf Majors World Golf” app, which comes at a cost of $1.99. This app is a little different, as it is not just for the PGA Championship 2011 but for most of the major golf tournaments. This is said to be one of the best all-round tools for hole-by-hole coverage, as you will be able to keep up-to-date with the latest stats, player information and also their standings.
After watching a great day of golf coverage why not wind down and play the “PGA Golo Golf Dice” game app, which costs just $3.99. You do not have to be a fan of golf to enjoy this game, as it is very addictive. It is easy to play and will keep you entertained for hours – saying that if you grasp the game then you can easily complete 18 holes in a matter of minutes. What we like about this golfing game is how you can compete with other players from around the world, or if you want to keep it simple just play against the computer.
Once the golf season is over then you need to download “PGA National Resort and Spa” so that you can wind down in the best possible way, and that is by going to a spa or resort where some of the best PGA golfers have gone in the past. The app gives you the chance to see some of the latest golf packages & specials, events and much more.
These are just a handful of what we fell are great apps in the build up to the 2011 PGA Championships.
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