How do you calculate the distance between your ball and the desired target? Do you keep it old school and use the distance markers on the course? Or do you enjoy technology and employ the use of a golf GPS or rangefinder? Although lower handicap golfers prefer the level of detail provided by a rangefinder.
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While technology has been instrumental in helping golfers gain better insight into our game, the devices are costly and often only form one function. If you want yardage, you need to acquire a GPS or rangefinder. But, if you desire statistics such as ball speed and swing speed. Then you have to buy a launch
While many say that it never rains on a golf course, the reality is that it does, often far too frequently. This can be unpleasant but can also damage your clubs or make them challenging to use should you continue playing. To assist with this we take a look at the best golf bag rain
After playing your irons for several years, you notice that the grooves are blunt, and the ball is not gripping your clubface the way it once did. How do you resolve this? You may have heard your golf buddies talk about groove sharpeners, which is one way to solve your problem. Given the skepticism surrounding
Golf simulators have become increasingly popular in uncertain times where the Corona-19 epidemic forced people to stay at home. This, combined with the time demands, led many golfers to invest in simulators and other practice equipment. The use of launch monitors and simulators increased throughout the golf industry, be it for club fitting, coaching, practicing,
In their forever quest to play better and precise golf, the use of distance measuring devices has become popular and provides a range of information that golfers can use to tweak their swing. We provide you with a Flightscope Mevo vs SC300 review today. The complexity of the swing dynamics is extremely difficult to analyze
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If you’re looking to purchase a GPS, you’re going to want to consider cost, accuracy and just exactly how essential an item it actually is. Today we take a look at the Garmin G10, a clear and concise review for you, to help you understand the device and also the pros (and cons) of having
Garmin Approach S3 Golf GPS Watch Review Pros Easy access to distances Excellent course coverage No subscription fees to access the course database Easy to read display The glove-friendly screen Accurate layup and dogleg distances Cons No pre-mapped hazards Battery life could be longer Production discontinued and replaced by the Garmin Approach S4 Watch Garmin
Garmin are renowned for their GPS devices ranging from wearable golf GPS watches such as the Approach S2, S3, and S6 that was later replaced by the S42 and S62. Some of the devices contain larger screens for ease of use around the course. This includes devices such as the Garmin approach G6. The color
Garmin is one of the leaders in the use of GPS technology to direct you between pints and accurately estimate distances. After a few iterations of their GPS golf watches, they released the Garmin Approach S6 golf watch with a touch screen that can provide distances between two points anywhere on the preloaded golf course.
To enhance your golfing experience and lower your scores you will quickly realize the benefit of having a rangefinder to provide accurate distance to within ½ yard rather than guessing where the flag is positioned and how far it is from the middle of the green as you would have to with a GPS device.