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Ralf Jurrien
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IntelliGolf for Blackberry

content type Press information Mail the editor Posted by Ralf Jurrien
Thursday, July 12th 2007 - 16:00 CEST - Comments: 0
I ntelliGolf, Inc., developers of ‘Sports Enhancing Software,’ announced the shipment of its new IntelliGolf golf scoring and GPS software for the RIM Blackberry. The new IntelliGolf software will run on the Blackberry 7100-, 7700-, 8700-, 8800-series, Pearl, and Curve devices. Two versions of IntelliGolf are immediately available, namely the Birdie and Eagle editions. Both versions include the IntelliGolf handheld software, Windows-based desktop software, and synchronization software. The Eagle edition adds support for GPS and Bluetooth. With the Eagle edition, customers can view distances and track shots using industry-leading GPS receivers. IntelliGolf is immediately available from resellers listed.
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IntelliGolf 8.3 software

In a secondary announcement, IntelliGolf, Inc., also announced the shipment of its IntelliGolf version 8.3 software for Microsoft Windows Mobile-based Pocket PCs and Smartphones, and Palm handhelds. Version 8.3 adds a variety of enhancements to IntelliGolf for these platforms. The IntelliGolf software replaces pencil and paper golf scoring, wagering, and statistics gathering on the golf course. Users enter their scores, wagers, and club selection on their handheld. IntelliGolf totals all scores, tabulates all wagers, and synchronizes with the included Windows desktop software. Users can view performance graphs, approximating their handicap, and evaluate their Dream Round.


IntelliGolf software for BlackBerry - Price

IntelliGolf is the only golf software to include all seven S's of golf: Scoring, Shot tracking, Satellite GPS, Sharing, Sidegames (35+), Statistics (250+), and Signature course (23,500+) scorecards. IntelliGolf provides free access to the largest collection of golf course scorecards in the world via the customer's Internet or wireless connection. Round set-up is simplified. Other companies charge $9.95 to $19.95 per course download, or subscription fees up to $59.95 p/yr for such services.

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