GolfFlyover -10,000 Golf Courses for the Apple iPhone 3G

Posted by Jack Cook on Jun 12, 2008

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Are you getting an iPhone 3G?  Are you a golfer?

Now you can now get a leg up on their golf game anytime, anywhere thanks to over 10,000 golf course layouts specifically designed for the new Apple iPhone 3G by GolfFlyover, LLC

golf Just in time for the launch of the new Apple’s iPhone 3G in July www.GolfFlyover.com will have a remarkable 10,000 golf courses fully mapped out from tee to green. This is in addition to their already amazingly realistic 3-D flyovers.    

From the tee to the green, golf course flyovers and layouts give iPhone users an in-depth view of all holes by displaying the distance and layouts in order to accurately measure and plan shots. All course information is provided free of charge with no membership needed to view the courses.

GolfFlyover is creating hundreds of new flyovers every week. In just a few months GolfFlyover expects to have every golf course in America fully mapped out. That is more than 18,000 courses.
Also new to GolfFlyover is their Google Earth 3D plugin for the web browser. Golfflyover one of the pioneering companies to take full advantage of this new plugin technology from Google. Downloading and installing Google Earth is a thing of the past. Simply visit their flyover web page and install a Google’s simple plugin and take full advantage of all Google Earth features inside your web browser.

In addition to the new flyover feature, GolfFlyover.com offers information on the country’s top golf destinations, the PGA Tour, vacation packages, international golf homes, and much more. Visitors can get advice and information on planning a golf vacation around some of the world’s top courses.

Click here to view a CBS Evening News video on GolfFlyover http://www.golfflyover.com/cbs_news.aspx

 

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Jack spent 35 years teaching mathematics, worked as a Dean of Students, and completed his career as a Principal of a suburban school just outside of Boston, Massachusetts. Throughout his years in public education, the computer field has always sparked an interest in him.In his early years as a teacher, he became proficient with computers by teaching himself “BASIC” with an old HP card reader. Handheld computers soon became his passion where he eventually focused his attention on the HP iPAQ. Jack participates in several discussion groups and is currently serving as Senior Editor on Mobilitysite, serves as a moderator in the Microsoft Windows Phone forums and maintains his personal site, Experience Mobility. Jack brings to the mobile device community, news, events, and reviews that generate the same passion in handheld’s that he has had.

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  • Calvin Brown

    They don’t measure the distance from you to the middle of the green like they claim. The maps take too long to load making navigation nothing but a headache. If I want the frustration I might as well use caddy.me lite.

    There are a few decent applications to use as a rangefinder, but my favorite has to be ViewTi G. It only shows images of the green but they do a great job of incorporating it into release quality application. I think they are the only ones that include a built in scorecard as well. Their website is http://www.viewti.com

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