Cadee is the spot where golfers go online. The web-based platform serves as a virtual country club, offering tools that help golfers track their handicaps, find new courses, connect with new golfing buddies, and ultimately improve the way they play.
Set up a profile on Cadee, and start entering the stats from your latest outings into the app. Tell Cadee where and when you played your last round, along with your final score. To make the process even easier, Cadee will populate your golfing stats automatically when you upload images of your scorecards into the app. In addition to your handicap, Cadee can track your putts, fairway percentages, and driving accuracy. Over time, the application will generate reports based on the data you’ve entered, letting you analyze your scores and compare yourself to the pros. At the heart of Cadee is a social network, where you can connect with golfing buddies and trade stories and tips.
As far as utility is concerned, the most useful tool that Cadee provides is its course directory. Users can prepare for their upcoming tournaments based on Cadee’s insider information, knowing just what to expect and which holes are known to be challenging. They can also leave reviews and post their comments after they’ve played at newer courses, sharing insider information that other users would have difficulty finding anywhere else.
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