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The 2010 PGA Championship – St. Andrew’s

Wednesday, August 04th, 2010 | Author:

We hope you have downloaded last month’s free course at St. Andrew’s. Following our tradition. We have again mapped Whistling Straits for you so that you can follow the 2010 PGA Championship shot by shot.

The 2010 PGA Championship is the last major championship of the year and it will be held at the Whistling Straits between August 12-15, 2010. We have mapped this course for you. This course will be free until August 16, 2010.

You can look at the course and appreciate what the PGA pros are doing there. Simply go to GolfSites and search for Whistling Straits.

As a reminder, for our Lite version, once you downloaded a new course, your old course and scores that you stored will be deleted.

Thank you and enjoy The PGA Championship.

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GolfSites Full Version compatible iOS 4

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010 | Author:

Our latest upgrade for GolfSites (full version) is now available at the iTunes store. This version is tested for compatibility with Apple’s latest iOS 4. You can download the upgrade from your iPhone or from your iTunes store.

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The Open Championship – St Andrews Links’ Old Course

Tuesday, July 06th, 2010 | Author:

Last month, we have mapped the Pebble Beach Golf Links just for your enjoyment. We have mapped the St Andrews Old Course for you again so that you can follow the Open Championship shot by shot.

The Open Championship (also known as The British Open ) will be held at the St Andrews Links’ Old Course between July 15-18. We have mapped this course for you as well. Again we like to give this course to you for free until July 31, 2010.

You can look at the course and appreciate what the PGA pros are doing there. Simply go to GolfSites and search for St Andrews.

As a reminder, for our Lite version, once you downloaded a new course, your old course and scores that you stored will be deleted.

Thank you and enjoy The Open Championship.

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GolfSites 1.0.4 not yet support iOS4

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010 | Author:

Do not upgrade to iOS 4 on your existing iPhone. We are working on a iOS 4 compatible version of GolfSItes. At this time, GolfSites does not work in iOS 4

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US Open – Pebble Beach Golf Links

Monday, June 07th, 2010 | Author:

We have been getting quite a few positive feedbacks from customers that enjoyed GolfSites’ Masters’ Augusta National course as they watch the PGA Pro play and compare them on their GolfSites App.

Because of the positive feedbacks, we have mapped the Pebble Beach Golf Links just for you. For your enjoyment, we like to give this course to you for free for one month (until June 30th, 2010).

US Open 2010 will be held at the Pebble Beach Golf Links between June 14-20. We have received the newest Pro tee data directly from Pebble Beach, we were told the Championship tee will be 212 yards longer than the Championship Tee from US Open 2000 — the last time Pebble Beach hosted the US Open.

You can look at the course and appreciate what the PGA pros are doing there. Simply go to GolfSites and search for Pebble Beach Golf Links.

As a reminder, for our Lite version, once you downloaded a new course, your old course and scores that you stored will be deleted.

Thank you and enjoy the US Open.

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The Masters – Augusta National Golf Club

Wednesday, April 07th, 2010 | Author:

As you know The Masters Tournament will commence April 8 to 11th, this year featuring Tiger Wood’s return to the PGA competition.

We at GolfSites have mapped the Masters courses specially for you to look at, in case you want to know the detail about the course, please download it to your GolfSites Lite App. As a reminder, for our Lite version, once you download a new course, your old course and scores will be deleted.

Thank you and enjoy the Masters.

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GolfSites will be launched in early April

Friday, March 19th, 2010 | Author:

It happens to all of us, even to professional players. It’s not that you are completely skeptical about the caddy’s judgment, but each course has numerous obstacles inherently increasing the level of uncertainty. So unless it’s your home course or a real professional caddy, an actual measure of the course distance will be helpful.

Golf GPS for Asia
In April, Apple iTune’s App Store will sell a software (“App”) called GolfSites, for iPhone users that solves the problem. GolfSites allows you to get an accurate measurement of distances between vital landmarks on the golf course. This App includes English and Chinese interfaces for novices and experts alike.

Electronic Caddy
After using GolfSites for a few rounds, GolfSites becomes your dependable and accurate electronic caddy allowing you to read the course like a PGA Pro. GolfSites not only pinpoints distances to the center of the green, it also provides distances to other obstacles on the course e.g. sand traps, water and car paths.

GPS electronics for golf courses have been around for a while, but none with such ease of use as GolfSites. GolfSites is created to cater to Asia, with a rich concentration of courses in China and South East Asia. Once the GolfSites App is downloaded, you will only need to carry one electronic device – the iPhone – while you play.

Electronic Scoring System
Apart from providing distances around the course, the most attractive feature of GolfSites is capturing the information necessary to improve your game. By inputting your score in the Quick Input System, GolfSites will generate a variety of statistical data, including GIR, FIR, Average Putt per Hole, Accuracy of Shots and much more. GolfSites will help you evaluate your game and provide insights to improving the game.

Know your distance
For those who are unsure how far they can hit a drive, GolfSites has a feature that allows you to measure the distance of your drive. This eliminates uncertainties and increases confidence in the game.

GolfSites can be purchased from the App Store at US$16.99 with 5 golf country clubs of your choosing to download, each additional golf country club costs US 99 cents to download. This is very attractive because, for example, if you download HK Golf Club, you get three courses (Old, New & Eden) all for the price of one.

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