Apps to Follow the PGA Championship From Anywhere

Get in on all the action.

By on August 7, 2013

This week, the 95th PGA Championship comes to Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, N.Y., bringing the world’s best golfers to upstate New York for the final major tournament of the year.

And for golf enthusiasts looking to get in on the fun at home or on the course, wireless technology and a reliable, high-speed 4G LTE network can enhance the experience.

The 95th PGA app lets fans see all the action in real time with live scoring and streaming video. It even includes a comprehensive tour of each hole led by Oak Hill’s club pro Craig Harmon. Want to keep track of your favorite player? Set up personalized alerts to catch every birdie and bogey.

Here are a few other apps to add to the action and keep up with PGA news. CBS will cover the PGA Championship on its CBS Sports app, which includes additional informational from the network’s coverage of the event. For breaking news in the world of golf and clips from favorite golf shows, check out the Golf Channel Mobile app.

Casual golfers who dream of playing on The Tour can record their swings with the V1 Golf app and compare them to a pro of their choice. Alternatively, the My Pro To Go app lets golfers receive feedback on their filmed swings from certified instructors.

And for those visiting Rochester for the tournament, stay busy between rounds by discovering great restaurants and other local attractions on the mobile-friendly Visit Rochester website.

Enjoy the tournament!