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bbgpsgolf is great. I have been using it everywhere this season. It is text based, but gives you front, center, back and hazards. Most of the courses I wanted were already mapped. Mapping courses is easy using google maps or bing maps. 18 holes only use about 15-20 percent of the battery. I have found it more accurate than my buddy's golf buddy tour. Highly recommend bbgpsgolf.
 

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Thanks guys, I'm looking at the bbgpsgolf site now. The course I want is not listed, trying to figure out how to add, doesn't seem that simple.
 
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