Sensors that analyze a golf swing in real-time are awesome but can require a phone or tablet for instant feedback. Google Glass might be a better device for this and Swingbyte’s new Glass app is ready to tell you why you’re slicing the ball.
The 2013 US Open Golf Championship is happening this week, and golf fans can once again follow key moments live online.
The Masters Tournament is the first big golf championship of the season – and key events are being streamed live online.
Want to watch the world’s best golf players compete against each other at the Open Championship, but don’t have a TV nearby? No worries, much of the tournament is live streamed online, viewable either on your PC or mobile device – with no cable subscription required.
The PGA Tour is ending its production partnership with Turner Sports and will take control of its own digital destiny starting with the 2013 season. The parting is in the “it’s about us, not them” mold — but that doesn’t make it easier for Turner.
CBSSports.com announced it will be streaming portions of the Masters, the first of golf’s four annual marquee events.
Motorola continues its push into wearable, connected gadgets, today introducing the MotoActv Golf Edition. The gadget fits on a wrist and tracks both steps taken and calories burned. More important to duffers and golf pros alike, however: It tracks every shot on 20,000 golf courses.
Super Stickman Golf is a sports game that plays more like a platformer. Scoring is the same as in golf, but each golf course is designed more like a level from a Mario game than something you’d see on the PGA tour.
EA is giving away Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 for iPad and iPhone, both of which are free for Friday only. It’s a gesture to celebrate the PGA Tour championship, which kicked off Thursday. EA also has a big sale this weekend on most iPad titles.
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