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Garmin Approach G3 Golf GPS

Great Low-Cost GPS

dkolo

Pros: Accurate, Easy-to-use

Cons: Bulky, grainy screen

The Garmin G3 is a basic, but very solid GPS unit. This is a model that came out a few years ago and it certainly doesn't have some of the advanced features that its successors have added. But what it does have is more than you're likely to need. The device runs on two AA batteries. I use rechargeable Eneloop batteries and I usually get through a round with 3 of the 4 bars on the battery meter...
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Golf Buddy Voice + Perfect for Me
Golf Buddy Voice + Perfect for Me

Golf Buddy Voice + GPS

Pros: On your wrist whenever you need distance reading/Don't have to sight with laser instrument or be near cart-mounted device/dynamic green view

Cons: No hazard distances

great game aid five stars
great game aid five stars

Garmin Approach S1 GPS Watch

Pros: seems to be extremely accurate with instant distance aquisition

Cons: Needs to be charged after about 27 holes.

Simple, reliable, time-saving tool for accurate yardages.
Simple, reliable, time-saving tool for accurate yardages.

Bushnell Neo Plus GPS Watch

Pros: Battery life gives you 3-4 full rounds of life, light weight (relative to a wristwatch), reliability, simplicity of use, quick charge time.

Cons: One has to use a USB port (laptop or other converter) to charge it.

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Golf Buddy Voice + GPS

Golf Buddy Voice + GPS

“I got the Golf Buddy Voice + rather than a laser device because I didn't want to be constantly taking a sighting on a flag, even though the laser might be a yard or two more accurate, or having to keep up with a laser device. Having front, center, back distances are all I need. I also don't need hazard distances because I use the GB+ about 99 percent of the time on my home course, and I...” --Texian

100% Positive Reviews
Garmin Approach G3 Golf GPS

Garmin Approach G3 Golf GPS

“The Garmin G3 is a basic, but very solid GPS unit. This is a model that came out a few years ago and it certainly doesn't have some of the advanced features that its successors have added. But what it does have is more than you're likely to need. The device runs on two AA batteries. I use rechargeable Eneloop batteries and I usually get through a round with 3 of the 4 bars on the battery meter...” --dkolo

100% Positive Reviews
Garmin Approach G5 Touchscreen GPS

Garmin Approach G5 Touchscreen GPS

“ It works incredibly well for me and I haven't found a course in my area yet that isn't in the most recent version of the software. My only complaint is that it goes through batteries too easily and isn't rechargeable. That should be standard on a device that costs this much. ” --TeddyG

100% Positive Reviews
Skygolf SkyCaddie SGX GPS

Skygolf SkyCaddie SGX GPS

SkyGolf SGX GPS The SkyGolf SGX GPS is more than the next generation rangefinder. It comes with new design, complete with a new brilliant color display. This durable, sleek design has a large 3 screen with high resolution and a transflective TFT-LCD screen for brilliant images in the brightest sunlight. The golfer friendly, one-handed operation provides more precise positioning and better...

Izzo Golf Swami 1500

Izzo Golf Swami 1500

“I got this as a gift and have used it for over a year. It is accurate when checked against other more expensive units. I find I normally do not need any more than the Swami can give. It reads distance to center, front, and back green. You can load 10 courses on it. It automatically finds the correct course when turned on. The battery life is very good. You can add or delete courses via...” --vinbruce

100% Positive Reviews
Skygolf SkyCaddie SG5

Skygolf SkyCaddie SG5

SkyGolf SkyCaddie SG5 The state-of-the-art SkyCaddie SG5 adds a brilliant, outdoor-readable color display to the patented IntelliGreen technology, which enables golfers to measure the full depth of the green from any angle of approach and shows distances for all targets and hazards on any of SkyGolf s 24,000+ professionally mapped courses*. Simply choose the color theme that best helps you plan...

SkyCaddie SGX Golf GPS (2012 Version)

SkyCaddie SGX Golf GPS (2012 Version)

By simply rotating the SGX device to the right, you’ll go from the brilliant Interactive HoleVue screen to IntelliGreen for a detailed view of the green.  Turn the SGX to the left, and you’ll instantly see the New Digital Scorecard so you can enter your score.

Garmin Approach G6

Garmin Approach G6

Garmin Approach G6 GPS The Garmin Approach G6 GPS is a versatile player for the golf course. The slim design of the G6 allows it to store easily in any pocket. The Approach G6 also offers different types of mounting accessories. A sunlight-readable display and an enhanced Approach G-series user interface with new graphics and numbering allow even the most detailed information such as the new...

Callaway uPro Golf GPS

Callaway uPro Golf GPS

“ it a royal pain in trying to update and sync.  Just about everytime it takes 2 to 3 hours.  Service centre is never open when you are likely to be updating.  Hours tend to be when you should be at work.  All things considered I would not buy this ever again, unfortunately I have it now and I am stuck with it.  At least you have been warned. ” --ernest

0% Positive Reviews
GolfLogix Smartphone GPS Software

GolfLogix Smartphone GPS Software

“ I have used for the last couple years and overall like the program and ease of use.  However I had a blackberry, when the blackberry software updated they did not support it and it would not work.  Got a Droid great features worked well, Golfogix update the software and now trying to select tees the program crashes.  You are able to use the program and not select tees, ok as...” --russell5001

100% Positive Reviews
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