No matter which sport you play, there are plenty of ways to score on the iPhone. For a list of our favorites, check out AppCraver’s Editor Picks of the Best Sports Apps for iPhone and iPad, or read on for breaking news and reviews of sports applications from the App Store.
Where to Golf Leads You to the Fairway for 19,000 Course Locations
Where to Golf by Carpe Diem Ventures quickly provides golfers with an abundance of information. With listings of 19,000 courses available golfers are able to search for courses by name, city, zip code or current location. Once a specific course is selected, information such as course address, par, ratings, slope, and yardage readily appear. Additional information located on the Details page includes prices, course type, restrictions, amenities, designer, year built, grass type and much more.
Sportacular Knocks It Out Of The Park With News, Stats and Scores
Sportacular by Citizen Sports is the perfect app for the sports fan. Whether your need is the final score of one game or all the games, you’ll have that answer right in the palm of your hand.
Ski Lodge is More Than Just Snow Reports
Ski Lodge is not the first snow reports app that I have reviewed, but it is just as good as the rest of them. It also offers much more than the rest of the snow report apps.
The opening page of Ski Lodge shows all of the favorite resorts you have saved.
i-Ski: Find The Best Times To Ski
It's always important to find out what the conditions are like at the mountain where you plan on skiing or snowboarding. There is no easier way to do that than on your iPhone. At anytime and in any place iSki makes that happen for you.
Mini Touch Golf is a hole in one
Using a tried and tested formula derived from it’s online Flash mini putt brethren, Mini Touch Golf, from developer TryThis.com, is the little golf game that could - and does. It successfully brings the addictive feel of the online time-wasting putting greens of yesteryear to an entirely new platform, all the while adding the element of touch controls to the mix, providing the player with a better feel for their shot.
GL Golf. Where You Go After iGolf
GL Golf does not use the accelerometer like iGolf (and the Wii) does. And it is not free. As a paid app, it might be better suited for hard core golf gaming fanatics. But it doesn't disappoint.
GL Golf offers a selection of full 18 hole simulated courses (unlike iGolf which only offers a number of individual holes), including Old St Andrews.
iGolf Releases Version 2.0 - Play Par 3 Golf on the iPhone
iGolf today released version 2.0 of their Free Golf simulation game for the iPhone. This is a significant new release: instead of just playing on a driving range, you can now play two par 3 holes and one par 4.
Fantasy Football Draft Central '08 - Not A Top Pick
Opening weekend of the NFL is just days away, which means fantasy football draft season is in full swing. Perfect timing for Fantasy Football Draft Central '08 for the iPhone to come along.