Bushnell Neo Ghost Ryder Cup edition: no-frills bargain golf GPS.
Our Garmin Approach S60 review asks the question; how smart is this smartwatch?
I’ve never used a golf performance tracking system more than a handful of times before dumping it. The tags remain scattered around my house for years, reminding me of the piece of tech I was initially excited about, but eventually grew bored of.
But in the Shot Scope I had more faith. The Edinburgh company has clearly done some market research into the golf tracking market, and found the tagging system irks many golfers - it certainly annoys us. And this is where Shot Scope has carved its niche.
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The Approach G30 is the latest handheld GPS device from Garmin and is packed full of fascinating features.
A small but sleek design with a 2.3 inch colour screen, the G30 is fully touch responsive apart from a single power button to turn the device on and off.
The touch screen is remarkably easy to use with an array of different options such as course view, distances to front middle and back and a detailed green view.
Golfers can often be split into two camps: range finder or digital GPS fans. For the former to trump the later, it must be quick to use, accurate, and hold its charge, for these are the reasons often brought forward by GPS-bashers as to why their preference is superior.
The GolfBuddy LR5 ticks these boxes, going some way to suggesting why it has been so popular in 2016.