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Garmin S2 GPS Watch


$199.99
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Garmin Approach S2 Golf Watch

The Garmin Approach S2 Golf Watch is a stylish and comfortable GPS golf watch with high-sensitivity GPS receiver giving precise yardage to the front, back and middle of greens. The S2 has the ability to measure shot distances and a course odometer. It's similar to Garmin's popular Approach S1 model, but the S2 takes it up a notch with lay-up and dogleg distances and a digital scorecard.


Features:

  • Preloaded with over 30,00 courses woldwide and free lifetime course updates
  • High-sensitivity GPS receiver for stronger signal strength
  • An individual, digital scorecard that can be stored and printed
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Carl - Nice   June 17, 2013

Purchased the S2 about three weeks ago. Sure beats lugging the Skycaddie into the 19th hole after a round. Once it is fully charged (use your iPhone charger instead of plugging into a computer USB port) it seems to live up to its capabilities. I do not like the layup feature since those readings will only go away once you have passed the layup point. So say the layup point is 200 yards away & you dub one about 75 yards, you still are stuck with those original readings & are not sure just how far it is to the layup area. Also, it seems to give bad readings on #16 at my home course which was constructed in 1920. Otherwise, as I walk along, it seems to jive well with the laser distances that are associated with the sprinkler heads. It is nice once the gps feature is activated that it knows which hole you are on if you are playing in a scramble outing instead of having to tell the Skycaddie which hole you are starting on. It also will be nice not paying that annual subscription as well.