Golf fans rejoice: PGA Tour has released an exclusive app for Windows 10 desktop. Simply called PGA Tour, the app serves up whatever you need to keep track of your favorite golfers, stats, standings and more. There's even support for Cortana interactions and Windows Ink on board.
Here's a look at some of the app's highlights:
- Rotating 3D hole and shot visuals
- Data visuals for stats, scores and player performances, including a graphical display of strokes gained.
- Reimagined player scorecards.
- Cortana powered voice commands.
- Windows Ink for on-screen telestration with sharing via Twitter, Facebook, mail, messaging, etc.
- Live Tiles that deliver leaderboards and FedExCup standings to the Windows 10 Start Menu.
Unfortunately, there's no word on whether this app may make its way to Windows 10 Mobile, but it looks like a solid option for desktop users at least. Interested? If so, you can grab the PGA Tour app for Windows 10 from the Windows Store now.
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