GolfBuddy launches CT2 GPS

Golf GPS specialists introduce handy, pocket-sized CT2

Andy Roberts's picture
Tue, 12 Jan 2016
GolfBuddy launches CT2 GPS

GolfBuddy is redefining what's achievable in small distance measuring devices with the launch of its compact new CT2 GPS.  

The brand claims its versatile and pocket-sized GPS device is "super-easy to clip to towel rings, belts, lanyards, golf bags and shirt pockets."

Despite being just 2.2" x 1.7" in size and weighing in at little more than an ounce, the CT2 is loaded with golf features including an 18-hour battery life in GPS mode, yardages to the front, centre and back of the green, as well as hazards, and a 'Dynamic Green View with Pin Placement' that provides readings directly from the golfer’s angle of approach.

The waterproof device (up to 10 metres) also comes with a digital scorecard, automatic course/hole recognition, clock, GPS tracking and odometer.

A neat lanyard is also included so the golfer can wear the CT2 around their neck and simply lift it up to take a reading, if they so wish.

The CT2, available in white/blue or white/green, comprises easy-to-press buttons and comes preloaded with more than 38,000 courses worldwide, all of which are available forever for free, without any expensive annual subscriptions.

GolfBuddy CT2 specs

Size: 2.20" x 1.71" x 0.90"
1.5 oz (including rechargeable lithium battery)
PC interface:
Battery type:
Lithium polymer
Courses capacity:
White/Blue, White/Green