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  1. Got the Garmin S20 Approach for Christmas. Have only played a couple of rounds with it. Its fun to see how "accurate" I am at eyeballing versus using the GPS. Big question for me is this - does anyone use this "club performance" feature to see how they are doing on their yardages? And does that become the "gospel" on how you are gapping your clubs? I know it is really tracking total distance and not carry so I guess it can be misleading. Also if you use an 8i to pitch onto a green the reduced yardage would definitely drive the "average" down where as if you only track "full swings" would
  2. Ive had the itch to get my hands on one of these bad boys because ive been using the grint app on my phone and its a lil cumbersome and was wondering if any of you fine gents have any recommendations as to a particular one
  3. Does anyone here use a gps watch? What kind and what do you think?
  4. I saw a commercial the other day for the Callaway GolFit and it had me interested. So after browsing around all day yesterday I ended up stuck between that and the Garmin Approach X40. I was wondering if anyone here had any experience with either unit. It would be neat to tie in the fitness and GPS into one watch device. Both look sleek and don't appear to get in the way when golfing. The Garmin has a few more features and is on sale for $199. The Callaway is $149. Looking like it might be an after Xmas present for myself!
  5. Bushnell Golf, makers of the #1 laser rangefinder, chosen by 97% of pros on the PGA Tour today, introduces the industry’s newest innovation – HYBRID. HYBRID combines the latest in Laser and GPS technologies to provide better data so golfers of all levels can make better decisions on the course. The new Bushnell HYBRID utilizes precise Laser and GPS yardages allowing the golfer to see distance like never before. “HYBRID provides golfers more information than ever before. The two technologies ‘talk’ so that the golfer sees the front and back distances of the green in relation to the pin th
  6. The New Bushnell Ion2 Golf GPS Watch Expands the Family of Innovative Golf Measuring Devices Bushnell Golf, #1 in Electronic Measuring Devices, unveiled the new iON 2. The iON2 has been redesigned to meet the ever-changing needs of golfers wanting wearable EMD’s. The iON2 features Bluetooth technology and the Bushnell Golf app for automatic updates to the move than 36,000 preloaded courses in over 30 countries. The iON2 is one of the industries easiest to use GPS rangefinder with instant yardage measurements in a simple, fashion-forward design featuring a reversible band. “We pr
  7. The New Bushnell Ion2 Golf GPS Watch Expands the Family of Innovative Golf Measuring Devices Bushnell Golf, #1 in Electronic Measuring Devices, unveiled the new iON 2. The iON2 has been redesigned to meet the ever-changing needs of golfers wanting wearable EMD’s. The iON2 features Bluetooth technology and the Bushnell Golf app for automatic updates to the move than 36,000 preloaded courses in over 30 countries. The iON2 is one of the industries easiest to use GPS rangefinder with instant yardage measurements in a simple, fashion-forward design featuring a reversible band. “We pr
  8. Maddmaxx63

    Golf apps

    Ok I found two apps for my iPhone. SwingxSwing and 18birdies. Both have scoring hole by hole and course layout along with position gps and distance to hole. SwingxSwing has my public par 3 but a lot of ads and errors with gps (works3 out of 5 times). 18Birdies works great with gps. Scoring on SwingxSwing has better break down of hole were as 18Birdies is basic in free version. Has anyone found another app or has anyone used these and had better luck I have the new I have the iPhone 7 plus FYI
  9. Looks like there's a new Game Golf system coming out that finally gives live feedback on your round, as many, myself included always wanted. I wonder how this will affect the free tagging feature of the app. I suspect that will shift to a for-pay format. http://www.wareable.com/golf/new-game-golf-live-adds-real-time-smartphone-insights-for-your-round-1854 New Game Golf LIVE adds real time smartphone insights for your round Game Golf, the round tracking wearable, has been updated to add a host of new features. The new tracker dubbed Game Golf LIVE gets its name from the new smartphone paired ap
  10. Hi all, good morning from Atlanta! Maybe I'm chasing my tail here, but does anyone know if there are any golf GPS watches that auto count strokes? My buddy has an iPhone watch that has an app that counts all his strokes. He can also pull up sky view of the hole and there are markers of where all his shots were done. Not that any of this will help me be better golfer lol, I've yet to ever break 100 smh ha. But that would be totally cool to have if it doesnt break my very small bank. Any/all help would be appreciated!
  11. Product Name: Arccos Golf Performance Tracking System Product Type: GPS Shot Tracking System for iPhone Product Website/URL: http://www.arccosgolf.com/ Cost: $299 Ratings (out of 5): Quality: 4 Value: 3 Effectiveness: 4 Durability: 4 Esthetic Appeal: 4 iPhone GPS tracking system for your golf game Please look at The Sand Trap Review by Michael Hepp, http://thesandtrap.com/b/accessories/arccos_golf_review My Member Review The Arccos Golf Performance Tracking System is the GPS enabled system to track all of your golf shots and putts du
  12. I'm a new member and wanted to say hello and that this is a really great community you have going here. I am a newer player and have been using Game Golf Live for tracking my play. I'm completely addicted to the game so I ordered a full set of new clubs and want to create a new baseline with the new set. So I'm setting up my Game Golf tags appropriately but before I get too far, I was curious what other users of Game Golf have come up with for using their extra tags. For example, I recently have been using the triangle tag for putter shots very close to but not on the green to indicate sh
  13. This has got to be the place to ask - What everyone's favorite apps? Right now my favorites are V1 for swing analysis and Skydroid for GPS. I'm on the Android system. I'd like to find a stats app giving me similar info as the Strokes Gained stuff. I've contemplated GolfShot and would welcome comments from users. Am interested in the Lowest Score Wins app, but can't seem to find it. Might just go with the Game Golf program but the Federal Return just cramped my golf funds. Thoughts?
  14. I know GameGolf does a great job of compiling approach shot data while on the course, but for anyone else out there who practices hitting into a field, I found an app that has helped me map my shot zones. http://www.appliedstudios.com/dtool/09f03e59 When I first used it I was a bit disappointed as it only measures in a continuous path. In other words, I can only measure the distance from where I swung to the first ball, then from the first ball to the second, and so forth. But then I realized it doesn't matter as much how far each shot went. It matters more how big the zone is
  15. My home course finally decided to join 21st century and replaced all their aging carts with new ones. The new ones came with a GPS. It's not new - I've seen it in other courses and it was great. But I am amazed how much it can improve our golf experience. For those who have been using the GPS, what other good features am I missing from below? GPS - exactly to the pin. They must "laser" it and enter the data every day. I don't need my laser rangefinder anymore. On rainy or frost days when it's cart path only, the cart is automatically disabled when it enters in
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