Full-featured golf GPS with large, color LCD with automatic backlighting * Includes IntelliGreen technology with full depth and shape of the green from any angle of approach * Plot greens yourself, or subscribe to one of three SkyCourse memberships for access to up to 16,000 courses * Water resistant for use in all playing conditions * Rechargeable battery provides up to 14 hours of continuous use
Highly recommended. I read the previous comment and can not understand why he had any problems.This unit is wonderful. Loaded like a charm. The Subscription was about $40 for a year and you can load 10 courses for this rate. There are higher subscription rates if you'd like to have more courses or even international courses. Change courses as often as you like.This even had the specs for my favorite "remodeled" course which was finished in February. Very up-to-date info.Accurate! Will measure to the ..
I'll admit it...I tried a cheaper product made by Garmin. It locked up every three or four rounds. After trying three units I gave up and bought the SG5. It works great. The color screen is very easy to read in the sun. The charge lasts longer than I expected, usually three full rounds at least. My only complaint is that it's a little bigger than some of it's competitors. You can't slip it into your pocket to take a swing. But I've used it for six months and it's performed flawlessly. If you are thinking of..
I was one of their early adopters (way before USGA and R&A made them legal) and had their original SkyCaddie. Back then, it was a technological breakthrough and I benefitted (and my buddies) on the course. And last year I started my quest to find the latest golf GPS. Of course, the first place to look was at SkyCaddie. SG5 was their first color display, improved GPS reception, bigger display...but nothing really new in terms of features. I guess they figured they had the market cornered as their compet..