New app developed in Kamloops pairs up golfers

You'd like to go golfing, but haven't got anyone to play with. Now there' an app for that. It was developed in Kamloops.

A Kamloops man had a tough time finding people to golf with so he developed an app to solve the pr

Krishna Lakkineni developed the Buddie Golf app. (Courtney Dickson/CBC)

Trying to organize a golf game can be a pain. You have to put together a foresome and then book a tee-time that fits everyone's schedule. Now there's another way. A new cell phone app, developed in Kamloops, called "Buddie Golf".  Krishna Lakkineni designed it. He met up with Daybreak's Courtney Dickson at the Mount Paul driving range. 

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