TeeDroid Inc. is announcing the TeeDroid Caddy, a golf caddying application for Blackberry smartphones (Curve/Pearl/8800/9000), supposedly an innovative golf product that not only provides on course distances using the built-in GPS, but also lets users track their golf game. The software is configurable with multiple modes to let users decide how much if any information they would like to track.
TeeDroid Caddy is deeply integrated with TeeDroid.com, at the end of a round users can post rounds from the mobile application for later review of round details and statistics. In Play-by-Play mode, users even get access to the distances they hit each of their clubs, optionally by shot type. The round also has a display similar to that of pgatour.com Shot Tracker, after all why should pro’s be the only ones with cool gadgets.
Stop searching for yardages on sprinkler heads or wondering how far your clubs will go, just let TeeDroid tell you.
Check out examples (real data):
- Public member page (configurable)
TeeDroid has a 10-day free trial. Register online and you can be up and running in minutes. Access to the website is free, mobile application subscription costs USD 19.95 per year. Users earn rewards for contributing data such as mappings that can be redeemed for free mobile access. Courses can be mapped using Google Earth or MSN Virtual Earth, and uploaded directly on the site and are immediately accessible. All submissions are reviewed by a TeeDroid team member.
I don’t play golf so I can’t say anything about this application except what TeeDroid Inc. themselves are telling me, but we might have our fellow editor Greg give this new application a full test soon.