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  • Shotmiser G500 GPS Review

    RRP: £280

    TG Rating
    TG Rating 3 out of 5

    The G500 was arguably the first of the next generation GPS devices because it was the first to feature a touch screen where you could calculate distance to any specific point by tapping the screen. The hole also automatically zooms and rotates as you...

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  • Garmin G5 Approach GPS Review

    RRP: £330

    TG Rating
    TG Rating 0 out of 5

    Garmin have brought their significant expertise from other satnav markets to the golf industry and the result is impressive. It has all the features you expect from a top-of-the-range device such as touch-targeting, manual pin positioning, course...

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  • Snooper Shotsaver S400 Rangefinder Review

    RRP: £150

    TG Rating
    TG Rating 3.5 out of 5

    There is no getting away from the fact that laser rangefinders are expensive but the Snooper Shotsaver S400 is helping to make them much more affordable to golfers who can’t justify spending over £200 on a device. The S400 features six times...

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  • Nikon 350G Rangefinder Review

    RRP: £250

    TG Rating
    TG Rating 4 out of 5

    This is Nikon’s lightest and most compact golf rangefinder but that doesn’t mean it is short on functions. It measures distances of up to 550 yards and also features a first target priority system and an eight-second continuous scan mode to measure...

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  • Bushnell Tour V2 Laser Rangefinder Review

    RRP: £260

    TG Rating
    TG Rating 4.5 out of 5

    Measures 1.6 x 2.8 x4.3 inch, weighing 6.6 oz, and accurate 5 to 1,000 yards. Comes with a carrying case and straps. The Tour V2 is legal for tournament play and for posting of scores for handicap purposes. Contact: 0208 391 4700 Web:...

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  • Snooper Shotsaver S320 GPS Review

    RRP: £199

    TG Rating Owners' Rating
    TG Rating 2.5 out of 5 3.5 out of 5

    The Snooper Shotsaver S320 golf GPS device uses Snooper's expertise in the global GPS market - and can even be used as a traffic GPS Download costs: None (traffic data extra) Tel: 01928 579 579 Web: www.snooperuk.com

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  • Sonocaddie V400 GPS Review

    RRP: £329

    TG Rating
    TG Rating 3 out of 5

    The V400 comes pre-loaded with more than 2,300 courses in the UK and there is capacity on the device to store up to 30,000 worldwide. It features a large touchscreen designed to be easy to use and view, even in bright sunlight, while distances can be...

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  • Callaway uPro GPS Review

    RRP: £299

    TG Rating
    TG Rating 3.5 out of 5

    This is one of the smallest GPS devices around but still manages to pack an impressive punch. In Pro mode the screen displays high resolution aerial imagery of the course while you can calculate the distance to any point on the hole with the toggle...

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  • GolfBuddy World Platinum GPS Review

    RRP: £329

    TG Rating Owners' Rating
    TG Rating 4 out of 5 2 out of 5

    The World Platinum is GolfBuddy’s most advanced GPS system and it comes with a massive course library of 28,000 courses worldwide and counting – at no extra cost. There are a host of features including a colour touch screen with TouchPoint technology...

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  • SkyCaddie SGX GPS 2010 Review

    RRP: £330

    TG Rating
    TG Rating 4.5 out of 5

    SkyCaddie were the first to launch a golf-specific GPS device and are the market leaders in the industry. The reason for this, say SkyCaddie, is their commitment to walking every course just like a Tour caddy does for a professional golfer, recording...

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  • SkyCaddie SG5 GPS 2011 Review

    RRP: £250

    TG Rating
    TG Rating 0 out of 5

    The SkyCaddie SG5 GPS is the World's No1 golf GPS brand. 2700-plus UK courses mapped on foot for maximum accuracy. Forty targets per hole, IntelliGreen Pro, Hole Vue, Quick Vue and many other features. High-res colour screen, lithium-ion rechargeable...

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  • SkyCaddie SG3.5 GPS Review

    RRP: £230

    TG Rating
    TG Rating 0 out of 5

    The SkyCaddie SG3.5 GPS is the World's No1 golf GPS brand. 2700-plus UK courses mapped on foot for maximum accuracy. Forty targets per hole, IntelliGreen Pro, Hole Vue, Quick Vue and many other features. High-res colour screen, 3xAAA batteries.

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  • SkyCaddie SG2.5 Lite GPS Review

    RRP: £150

    TG Rating
    TG Rating 0 out of 5

    The SkyCaddie SG2.5 Lite GPS is the World's No1 golf GPS brand. 2700-plus UK courses mapped on foot for maximum accuracy. Forty targets per hole, IntelliGreen plus many other features. High-res mono screen, lithium-ion rechargeable battery.

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  • SkyCaddie SG2.5 GPS Review

    RRP: £180

    TG Rating
    TG Rating 0 out of 5

    The SkyCaddie SG2.5 GPS is the world No1 golf GPS brand. 2700-plus UK courses mapped on foot for maximum accuracy. Forty targets per hole, IntelliGreen plus many other features. High-res mono screen, lithium-ion rechargeable battery. Rangefinder and...

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  • Nikon Laser Rangefinder 550A S GPS Review

    RRP: £350

    TG Rating
    TG Rating 0 out of 5

    The Nikon Laser Rangefinder 550A S enjoys all the features of the 350G, with the addition of allowing for the slope of the terrain, taking into account uphill or downhill slope measurement in the calculation to the pin. Rangefinder, comes with...

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  • Nikon Laser Rangefinder 350G GPS Review

    RRP: £250

    TG Rating
    TG Rating 0 out of 5

    The Nikon Laser Rangefinder 350G is the most advanced laser rangefinder on the market, featuring First Target Priority technology that ensures the rangefinder focuses precisely on the pin no matter what clutter is in the background. Rangefinder,...

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  • GolfBuddy Tour GPS 2011 Review

    RRP: £349

    TG Rating
    TG Rating 0 out of 5

    The GolfBuddy Tour GPS is the easiest GPS to use on the market. No annual subscription, comes with courses preloaded and extra courses are free. Up to 20,000 course memory. GolfBuddy walks courses for maximum accuracy. True GPS with automatic course...

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  • GolfBuddy Pro GPS Review

    RRP: £299

    TG Rating
    TG Rating 0 out of 5

    The GolfBuddy Pro GPS is the easiest GPS to use on the market. No annual subscription, comes with courses preloaded and extra courses are free. Up to 20,000 course memory. GolfBuddy walks courses for maximum accuracy. True GPS with automatic course...

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  • Garmin GolfLogix GPS – 8 Review

    RRP: £199

    TG Rating
    TG Rating 0 out of 5

    The Garmin GolfLogix GPS – 8 is 100% waterproof. Shows distance to front centre and back of hole. Displays up to six hazards per hole. Automatically scrolls through course.GPS, subscription $29.95 pa (through US website), comes with a one-year...

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