Take charge of your game with the best golf watches of 2024

The complete guide to the best golf watches available in 2024.

If you haven’t got yourself a golf watch already, it may be time to consider one. A GPS watch is now one of the best investments in your golf game, and you don’t even have to change your swing!

It may not seem like much, but knowing your distances to the hole can be vital improving your scores on the course. The recent advances in technology mean the world’s best golf GPS devices can be like having a caddie by your side.

The now dizzying array of features available in GPS devices can take the strain out of much of the game we love. Golf is hard enough as it is, so if you have a device that calculates the true distance to the hole – taking account of uphill or downhill shots – why not take advantage of technology?

You can take advantage of the technology off the course as well and take it to the range and at home with the best golf launch monitors which give you all your yardages to help match up your game on the course.

If you aren’t a fan of wearing or playing in a golf watch then it may be worth checking out our guide on the best golf rangefinders which give you the most precise measurements to the pin.

The best golf watch shortlist

Best overall golf watch: Garmin Approach S70 GPS watch | VIEW OFFER 

Best golf watch for screen quality: Samsung Galaxy Watch5 Pro Golf Edition | VIEW OFFER 

Best golf watch for design: Garmin MARQ Gen 2 Golfer watch | VIEW OFFER 

Best premium golf watch: TAG Heuer Connected Calibre E4 Golf Edition | VIEW OFFER 

Best value for money golf watch: GOLFBUDDY Aim W12 | VIEW OFFER 

Best golf watch for shot tracking: Shot Scope X5 GPS watch | VIEW OFFER 

Best golf watch for course collection: Garmin Approach S42 | VIEW OFFER 

Best golf watch for battery life: Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 | VIEW OFFER 

Best user-friendly golf watch: TecTecTec Ult-G | VIEW OFFER 

Best golf watches 2024

The lightweight, premium golf watch that does it all

Best overall golf watch
The Garmin S70 is the perfect watch to help improve your game on and away from the course. The watch has a plethora of features to keep you busy pre and post-round to better your game including HIIT, yoga, running, swimming, and more, as well as keeping you on top of your health with heart, sleep, and hydration tracking.

This all looks great and it is, but the main use of the watch is golf and this is where the S70 excels. With more than 43,000 preloaded courses it's going to be harder to find a course the watch it doesn't work at than one it does.

The touchscreen AMOLED display is super easy to read and is up there with the best I've used, with the green and course views looking the way they do, they could be on the latest PGA TOUR game and you wouldn't question it.

The style of the watch makes a perfect partner for any outfit and is super comfortable, I didn't even know I was wearing it at one point.

For me, the yardage adjustment is a standout feature. A watch has always lacked the ability to adapt to its surroundings but now it can. It considers the environmental changes and the elevation of the green for super precise distances. With the green contour data if you're good enough it shows you the perfect place to land for the best results.

Pros

  • Lightweight
  • High-quality screen
  • Great hole displays
  • Works well on and off the course

Cons

  • Takes a while to learn how to navigate
Number of courses: 43,000+
Battery life: 14 days in smartwatch mode and up to 15 hours in GPS mode
Screen size: 1.2"
Weight: 44g
Straps: 1 in the box, extra available to buy

Combining golf and health benefits

Best golf watch for screen quality
Price: £379.00
The Galaxy Watch5 Pro has not just been made to improve your golf game but built to enhance a healthier lifestyle and better day-to-day habits. Some features such as a built-in step counter and the Samsung Health app, which tracks everything from your heart rate and blood pressure to your body composition to give you a complete picture of your physical well-being.

When you buy the Watch5 Pro Golf Edition you get a free lifetime subscription to the golfing app Smart Caddie, a Golf GPS app powered by GOLFBUDDY. It allows you to track over 40,000 courses worldwide, with distances to the green, hole-by-hole maps, shot tracking, a green undulation screen, and much more.

The AMOLED screen partnered with the sleek sports band, makes for a watch to be envied by your playing partners as you answer calls, texts and even reply to tweets on the course.

Pros

  • AMOLED screen
  • Excellent on and off the course
  • Great SmartCaddie app

Cons

  • Only compatible with Android
Number of courses: 40,000
Battery life: N/A
Screen size: 4.54cm
Weight: 46.5g
Straps: 5

Lightweight and ideal for on and off the course

Best fitting golf watch

Rrp: $499.99

Price: $467.90
Alternative Retailers
Walmart
$449.99
Newegg
$489.23
DICK'S Sporting Goods
$499.99
BuyDig.com
$499.99
The Garmin Approach S62 is rather expensive but is undeniably the best GPS golf watch money can buy. The S62 is a stylish watch that can be worn on and off the golf course. In watch mode, the battery will last up to a fortnight, and in golf mode, the battery life is up to a staggering 20 hours.

An easy-to-use 1.3" screen with a full-color display helps you see everything clearly and is readable in bright sunlight. Some great features of the S62 are the PinPointer compass and its Hazard view.

It even monitors your heart rate and can estimate blood oxygen levels. It can receive emails and texts. And it can also be used for running, cycling, and swimming, as well as golf. You can even use it to make contactless payments via Garmin Pay.

Read our full Garmin Approach S62 watch review

Pros

  • Battery life
  • Great on and off-course features
  • Lightweight and stylish
  • Can shot tracks

Cons

  • Course maps look a little dated
Number of courses: 41,000
Battery life: 20 hours
Screen Size: 3.3cm
Weight: 61g
Straps: 2

Course mapping on foot for the highest accuracy

Best large-screen golf watch

Rrp: $299.95

Price: $249.95
Alternative Retailers
PGA TOUR Superstore
$249.99
Skycaddie have gone big with this offering and the screen is noticeably larger than the average GPS watch. In fact, it has the largest and brightest color touchscreen (1.39in) with full HD graphics and comes preloaded with more than 35,000 courses. It even allows you to choose your tee box, gender, and yards or meters, for additional accuracy.

Like the brand's larger GPS devices, the LX5C lets you zoom and pan and is constantly calculating yardages to hidden hazards, so you know how far you've got to carry or lay up short of them.

The IntelliGreen tech provides exact shapes of greens for distances to the front, back, and any point in between from your angle of approach.

With SkyCaddie, you can trust the yardages as the GPS brand updates every UK golf course map on foot using survey-quality equipment across thousands of points per course.

Read our full SkyCaddie LX5 GPS watch review

Pros

  • Large screen
  • Detailed
  • Feels good on the wrist

Cons

  • Not as great off the course
Courses preloaded: 35,000
Battery life: Up to two rounds
Screen size: 3.5cm
Weight: 65.2g
Straps: One

For the golfer who wants luxury on and off the course

Best golf watch for design
When it comes to the look and design of a golf watch, the MARQ Golfer comes out on top. The golf-inspired color scheme, green ceramic inlay, custom etched bezel, and tritone green jacquard-weave nylon strap all ooze luxury.

If you want to stand out from the crowd with your golf watch, this is certainly the one, it does come at a premium price of just shy of £2,000, which will scare most off, but if you do have the pocket money for it, the MARQ certainly offers an array of features.

Of course, the watch does the basics showing you yardages to the pin and green and hole view, but with over 42,000 courses, Virtual Caddie, Hazard View, Green Contours, Wind Data, and PinPointer, the MARQ includes Garmin's most advanced golf features. The MARQ also comes with three Approach CT10 club sensors for automatic club tracking.

Pros

  • Stylish
  • Very versatile
  • More than a golf watch

Cons

  • Feels rather big on the wrist
Courses preloaded: 41,000
Battery life: 28 hours
Screen size: 3.4cm
Weight: 88g
Straps: 12

Takes shot tracking and off-course analysis to a new level

Best golf watch for shot tracking
Price: $299.99
The stylish Shot Scope X5 was designed to be worn on and off the golf course. The sleek look and range of watch faces mean it looks great on the wrist, and with AI-powered performance, it can track over 100 statistics to help you improve on the golf course.

The X5 has a built-in step counter and accurate, real-time front, middle, and back distances to all greens, hazards, and doglegs all on over 36,000 golf courses globally.

The watch features a glare-resistant full-color 1.2" touchscreen, which, along with the clear and large display, makes for an easy-to-navigate watch.

The X5 comes with a collection of 2nd Gen RFID tracking tags that, when put in the but of your grip, automatically track over 100 performance statistics, including Club Distances, Approaches, Short Game, Putting, Strokes Gained, and Handicap Benchmarking.

Read our full Shot Scope X5 GPS watch review

Pros

  • AI performance
  • Feels great on the wrist
  • Great shot tracking and statistics

Cons

  • Smartphone app can be tricky to navigate and keep on top of
Courses preloaded: 36,000+
Battery life: Two plus rounds
Screen size: 1.2"
Weight: 41g
Straps: Six

Slope technology in a golf watch

Best golf watch for features
Price: $196.99
Alternative Retailers
Walmart
$189.99
DICK'S Sporting Goods
$199.99
PGA TOUR Superstore
$199.99
Golf Galaxy
$199.99
The ION ELITE is Bushnell's color touchscreen watch which is packed with most of the features of a more premium watch on the market but comes in at a much more stomachable price at just over £200.

The ELITE is loaded with over 38,000 golf courses and has an easy-to-read display that shows distances to the front center and back of the green. It is also the first watch to feature Bushnell's patented Slope Technology, which I found to be very useful on the course, as the slope can make nearly a club difference on some holes you play.

An impressive feature is the dynamic distances the watch displays, as HoleView allows you to see the hole and give you the precise distance from any point, along with the green mapping which gives you a distance based on your angle to the pin.

Pros

  • Slope reading
  • Great value
  • Clear yardages

Cons

  • Slightly bulky on the wrist
Courses preloaded: 38,000
Battery life: 12+ hours
Screen size: 1.28"
Weight: 38g
Straps: Two

The ultimate caddie for the golf course

Best premium golf watch
Ok, it's big money, we know that. But for those with a passion for watches and golf, TAG Heuer's stunning special edition GPS golf watch is a piece of kit to get the blood pumping.

The go-to sports watch company has produced a highly effective on-course operator as well as a classic-looking TAG watch away from the course. You get 40,000 courses in stunning detail, plus an accelerometer and gyroscope functions to record each shot to the nearest meter.

The grade two titanium casing ensures considerable durability, and the unique ceramic golf bezel is just a great touch, in keeping with other special edition watches TAG have brought out.

Also includes a pedometer, heart rate monitor, and a 'Golf Edition Box' containing three TAG Heuer golf balls, 4 TAG Heuer tees, divot tools, divot tool, and a spare strap for your watch.

Pros

  • Excellent quality
  • Very responsive
  • Super crisp display

Cons

  • You can buy a GPS watch that does the same things for a lower price
Courses preloaded: 40,000
Battery life: 24 hours
Screen size: 3.5cm
Weight: N/A
Straps: Nine

User-friendly, feature-packed golf watch

Best value for money golf watch

Rrp: $259.99

Price: $223.83
Alternative Retailers
PGA TOUR Superstore
$249.99
The W12 is perfect for a golfer who wants to improve their game on the golf course whilst looking the part. GolfBuddy’s latest watch fits well, is lightweight, and perfectly subtle to match any outfit. If you want to look great in day-to-day activities the Aim W12 has your back.
 
To me, the thought of simplifying one of the most complex games in the world sounds like a good idea. The Aim W12 is packed with an abundance of features which, to be honest at first thought take away from the task at hand which is getting the ball in the hole.
 
However, thanks to the watch’s user-friendly interface, it is both super fun and easy to use. Once you spend 30 minutes with the watch trying all its features and getting your head around things, you find the watch is everything but a distraction. The Aim W12 helps you understand parts of the game you never thought you needed to.
 
The 2D flyover feature is amazing! Stood on the tee you can understand the layout of the hole and the dangers ahead, I found it to be a great feature on blind holes where you can’t see the fairway or the green.
 
The super-detailed green undulation display shows you the green layout and where the good landing spots are.

Pros

  • Green undulation display
  • Easy to use
  • Flyover view displays the whole hole

Cons

  • Battery life not as good as other watches
  • Can become slow
Number of courses: 40,000
Battery Life: 10 Hours
Screen Size: 45mm
Weight: 50g
Straps: Two

Classy golf watch that does it all

The Garmin Approach S62's little brother is almost £200 cheaper, so as you might expect, not quite as feature-laden, but it still does an impressive list of jobs.

Apart from the all-important job of measuring distance like every other GPS watch, the S42 automatically records each shot so you can assess just how far each shot traveled, which is a huge help when selecting clubs.

It will also count your steps and monitor your sleep patterns, plus you can sync it with your phone so you'll get notifications for texts and missed calls.

In GPS mode, the battery will last a very healthy 15 hours and style-wise, is as classy looking as you would expect from Garmin.

Pros

  • Works great as a smartwatch
  • Long-lasting battery
  • Automatically records each shot

Cons

  • Took a while to understand some uses
Courses preloaded: 42,000
Battery life: 15 hours
Screen size: 3cm
Weight: 43g
Straps: Three

Simple look, and basic graphics but is packed with features to help your game.

Best golf watch for competitions
Price: $149.99
Alternative Retailers
PGA TOUR Superstore
$149.99
Available in grey or black, the American company are well-known in this kind of marketplace, and the ION Edge again will do all the basics to a high standard, which is all you really need, especially if you are playing in competitions.

It includes a shot-distance calculator, and all your stats and scores can be uploaded to the Bushnell Golf Mobile App for analysis purposes.

Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Clear yardages
  • Easy to use

Cons

  • Basic looking
Courses preloaded: 38,000
Battery life: 16+ hours
Screen size: 2.7cm
Weight: 32.5g
Straps: Two

High-quality golf and fitness watch

The golf version of Samsung's popular Active2 range comes in two face sizes (40mm and 44mm) but the larger version – although it's only an extra 4mm – does make quite a difference when you are studying what to do next.

It's lightweight and water-resistant, and the data is arranged in a very clean-looking way. This is very important as there are a lot of options, plus you get a free lifetime Smart Caddie app as part of the package.

Another GPS golf watch that will give you slopes graduations on the greens using an easy-to-follow color system. As previously mentioned, this is also very helpful with approach/pitch shots.

It also includes workout options and a heart monitor and will send you an alert, but perhaps set the bar quite high if you're particularly twitchy over slippery four-footers.

Pros

  • Great battery life
  • Lightweight and comfortable
  • Excellent display

Cons

  • Can be hard to navigate the menus
Courses preloaded: 40,000
Battery life: 60 hours
Screen size: 3.45cm
Weight: 30g
Straps: Three

Easy to use and comfortable

Best golf watch for beginners
Price: $129.99
Another that doesn't have the color graphics of its more well-known and well-established rivals but is still a strong, easy-to-use GPS golf watch.

A very clever shot-measuring feature will give you an accurate readout, and there is also a very quick and easy way of being shown distances to sand and water hazards.

It will also count your steps and tell you how many calories you have burned (see that nett 79 wasn't all bad news), it's water resistant, and the black-on-white readout means it's straightforward to view even if it's sunny.

Pros

  • Good display
  • Shows hazards
  • Feels good on the wrist

Cons

  • Lacking quality in comparison to the other watches
Courses preloaded: 39,000+
Battery life: 12 hours
Screen size: 5.5cm
Weight: 46g
Straps: One

Adding a bit of color to your golf game

Price: $149.99
Just as your golf swing is unique to you, so is the G5! They allow you to build a golf watch to suit your style with customizable color combinations. Choose your color case as well as two straps in a color of your choice. The new watch face, with multiple display layouts as well as a range of interchangeable colored straps, allows golfers to customize the G5 to their unique preferences.

The G5 is lightweight and super easy to use, thanks to its simplicity the menus are a breeze to get around. Shot Scope have introduced the G5, a modernized GPS watch that has reenergized how technology and style can work together on the golf course.

The G5 has a digital scorecard feature that allows you to keep score as you go. The watch has dynamic yardages to the front, middle, and back of greens as well as distances to hazards, doglegs, and layup points. The watch is great for helping you work your way around each hole with a strategy, the hard part is you hitting the correct shots.

The G5 keeps simplicity at the heart of its design, the watch allows golfers to focus on their game whilst providing accurate distances on every hole. It is preloaded with over 36,000 courses worldwide. Plus, the added benefit of switching the watch face to a clock design once finished – for a sleek off-course offering.

Read our full Shot Scope G5 GPS watch review

Pros

  • Easy to use
  • A range of colorful straps
  • Bold yardages make it easy to read

Cons

  • The case feels bulky on the wrist
  • Not touchscreen
Courses preloaded: 36,000+
Battery Life: 10 hours
Screen Size: 44mm
Weight: 42g
Straps: Two

High-quality golf watch that is super user-friendly

The quality of a Garmin Golf watch at a great price, the Approach S12 is the easy-to-use watch in the Garmin lineup that is practical for beginners or the more seasoned golfer. If, like myself, you like to keep things simple and easy to use, this is a great watch.

The Approach S12 has a round 1.3" high-resolution display which is sunlight readable and sports a big number display mode to make reading yardages easy when on the course. The watch has a remarkable battery life in GPS mode of up to 30 hours, making it easier than ever to play round after round without having to charge your watch.

The S12 comes with an outstanding 42,000 preloaded golf courses, and not only that, you can wirelessly update the courses you play most often to make sure you get the most out of your round.

Pros

  • Simple and easy to use
  • Looks great
  • Great value

Cons

  • No real features for off-the-course
Courses preloaded: 42,000
Battery life: 30 hours
Screen size: 2.3cm
Weight: 34g
Straps: Three

Perfect for a golfer who wants simplicity and user-friendly design

Best user-friendly golf watch
Price: $99.99
Alternative Retailers
Overstock
$93.99
Walmart
$99.99
DICK'S Sporting Goods
$119.99
Golf Galaxy
$119.99
For those on a budget – it's available for less than £100 at the time of writing – this French-made GPS golf watch is a great option.

The important stuff – distance to the front/center/back of greens plus yardages to hazards is easily accessible.

Unfortunately, the Ult-G is not a touchscreen watch, but there are just four buttons required to fulfill its potential, and the battery life matches most of its more expensive GPS golf watch competitors.

Pros

  • Super friendly
  • Accurate
  • Clear yardages

Cons

  • No touchscreen
Courses preloaded: 38,000
Battery life: 2.5 rounds
Screen size: 2.4"
Weight: 159g
Straps: One

Golf watches: Buying Guide

Is the Apple Watch good for golf? 

The ultimate companion for day-to-day life on and off the golf course

The Apple Watch can be used for golf, but golf obviously isn't its main purpose, and it shows.

For a start, you'll need to use a third-party app like Golfshot or 18Birdies. Most of the Apple Watch golf apps are paid for or involve some kind of subscription to get the full service. You'll also need your phone to be involved in the process of playing golf, usually at the start and end of the round.

Some of the apps will actually be taking the yardages from your phone and displaying them on your phone, which isn't particularly helpful unless your bag is right next to you. If you're on the tee and your bag is 10 yards away, your watch could be displaying completely the wrong yardage. 

If you have an Apple Watch and don't want to buy a second watch purely for golf, then it can and will do a job for you. But if you're choosing the best golf watch from everything available, the Apple Watch would be some way down the list. 

There's also the fact that the Apple Watch can do so much – calls, emails, social media, fitness tracking, etc., etc. – that it will tend to interrupt your golf unless you remember to turn everything else off before your round. 

Pros

  • Sleek design
  • Lightweight and comfortable
  • Great display
  • Easy to use

Cons

  • Only compatible with Apple products
  • Can only use Golf GPS apps
Battery life: Up to 18 hours
Screen size: 4.1cm-4.5cm
Weight: 31.9g-51.5g
Straps: 20+

Best Golf Watches: Buying Guide

Price

No matter what the price, there is a GPS watch out there for everybody. Whether you are a golfer who wants a simpler budget watch for £100 or less, or a golfer who has the money to buy an Ultra-premium model such as the TAG Heuer or Garmin MARQ at around £2000, there will be a GPS watch on the market in your price range.

Ease of use

When buying a GPS watch, you need to think about what is important to you, there are many GPS on the market that will give you the yardages to the front, back, and middle of the green as that’s about all some people want. However, there are watches out there which are much more complex that show detailed maps of the hole and locations of hazards and track your shots. So it’s important to make sure you know what you want out of your watch as nowadays they do much more than just tell a golfer the yardage.

Course collection size

For a club golfer who plays at their home course week in and week out, this may not be a worry for you, although it may be worth checking where you play is one of the preloaded courses. For golfers who like to travel around and play an array of golf courses, getting a watch getting a Garmin or a GOLFBUDDY, which has over 40,000 courses, may be better for you.

Accuracy

Modern golf watches are becoming increasingly accurate, most to within one or two yards. The ShotScope V3 claims an accuracy of 30cm, which will be close enough for even the most accurate golfers. And the Bushnell ION ELITE now features Bushnell’s very own slope technology making their watch even more precise as it accounts for how much higher or lower you’re to the pin.

Battery life

When looking at a GPS’s battery life, you’ll need to consider your golf life and what best suits the amount you play. If you play once a week, most watches will be fine, whereas if you play three to four times a week, you may want something that will last without charging it every night, like the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 or the Garmin Approach S12.

Design

You have to love the look of what watch you’re wearing, and it needs to feel comfortable on your wrist at the same time. Many brands now make models that golfers can wear on and off of the golf course, as they do most things a day-to-day smartwatch does, as well as tell you your yardage. There are a range of different models below, which vary in styling, so should be one that caters to your need.

Screen quality

The more money you spend, the better the display you’re going to get with a GPS watch. Most watches over £250 have a full-color screen, some have an even better display. Take the Samsung Galaxy Watch5 Pro Golf Edition, for example, which has an AMOLED display that stumps most televisions.

Golf watch – pros and cons

Pros:

Quick and convenient – Golf watches are the quickest to use of the three options; simply glance down at your wrist, and you have all the information you need.

Stat-tracking – Most golf watches now offer some form of stat-tracking which can be hugely useful to help you work out the strengths and weaknesses in your game, as well as reliable information on how far you hit each club in your bag. 

Overhead hole views – Some of the more advanced golf GPS watches can give you a bird’s-eye view of the hole, which helps you plot your shots and play smart shots to avoid hazards. 

Cons:

Feeling on the wrist – Some golfers don’t like the feeling of a golf watch on their wrist when they play and therefore prefer a laser rangefinder or handheld GPS. Most modern golf watches aren’t overly bulky, so this won’t be an issue for many people, but it’s a personal preference. 

Not as accurate as lasers – Golf GPS watches are very accurate, but if you want the absolute most accurate yardage to the flag possible, a golf laser rangefinder is the way to go. 

Battery – Most of the best golf watches will last you two 18-hole rounds of golf on one charge, but if you’re on a golf holiday and forget your charger, there’s nothing you can do. The majority of golf lasers use replaceable batteries rather than rechargeable ones and will last for months, if not years, without needing to be replaced. 

Golf watches: FAQs

Is a golf watch worth it?

Golf watches are one of the best investments in golf and are certainly worth it. Whether you want something affordable or you want to splash the cash, there is something for every golfer on the market. Thanks to the advances in technology, watches can now provide a vast amount of data that will help improve your game.

Watches can show you hazards and distances to doglegs, they can also follow patterns in your game and show you what clubs you were hitting the last time you played the hole and recommend you a shot. They have come on leaps and bounds in recent years and are now more than just a gadget with yardages on.

What is the easiest golf watch to use?

If you’re looking for a watch that is simple to navigate and easy to use, it’d be good to go with a watch such as the Garmin Approach S12 or TecTecTec Ult-G GPS as they’re both simplistic, they show clear and obvious yardages, and when you get to the course they need to be turned on, select the course and the watch will do the rest. There are some more features on each watch, but if you want something that’s good to go minutes before the tee time, these are great options.

How do I choose a golf watch?

When choosing a golf watch, there are many factors to consider, and the ones that best suit you’re golf game should be a top priority. Every golfer will be slightly different as they may have a certain style or budget in mind that they want. When choosing, consider these factors price, ease of use, course collection size, accuracy, battery life, design, and screen quality.

Can smartwatches be used as golf watches?

Yes, with the GPS capabilities of smartwatches nowadays, most will be compatible with golf GPS apps on both Android and IOS. So whether you have an Apple, Samsung, HUAWEI, or any other of your favorite brands, they will all have certain apps like Golfshot or 18Birdies to help you on the course.

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About the author

Will Shreeve-Peacock is a golf equipment writer for Today's Golfer.

Will Shreeve-Peacock
Golf Equipment Writer

Will Shreeve-Peacock is a golf equipment writer for todays-golfer.com, specializing in golf shoes, GPS watches, rangefinders, and training aids.

He has a degree in journalism from Sheffield Hallam University and four years of experience working in golf retail with American Golf. Will was part of the sales and fitting team, making him the perfect man to review golf equipment.

Trained by a range of manufacturers, including Titleist and TaylorMade, to enhance his product knowledge, Will has all of the skills required to recommend the perfect equipment for amateur golfers.

Will started playing golf more than a decade ago at Thorney Lakes Golf Club, Cambridgeshire and is now a member at Burghley Park Golf Club in Stamford, Lincolnshire. His handicap index is 5.8, largely thanks to his scratch-standard short game.

Away from golf, Will enjoys going to the gym, cooking, spending time with his friends, and watching his beloved Manchester United.

Will uses a Cobra LTDx DriverCobra LTDx 3-WoodTaylorMade P790 2-ironCallaway X Forged 18 Irons (4-PW)Wilson Staff Model Wedges (52°, 58°)TaylorMade White smoke IN-12 Blade putter and the TaylorMade TP5x Golf ball.

When he’s not testing golf shoes, he chooses to wear FootJoy Hyperflex or Under Armour Charged Phantom. He uses a Shotscope Pro L2 rangefinder, and his favorite training aid is the PuttOut Pressure Putt Trainer and mat.

You can contact Will via email or follow him on Twitter here.

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