When it comes to GPS golf watches, you can more or less rely on one particular name that can just about deliver all the time, and that would be Garmin. In the past, the company has rolled out its fair number of GPS golf watches, and this time around it looks like the Garmin Approach S20 GPS golf watch is set to further cement the legendary performance of Garmin’s products in this niche market yet again.
So, you think that you are a pretty good golfer among the rest of your peers, and would like nothing better than to go for a few rounds on the green to whack away all of those Monday blues. Calling it a spot of much needed exercise as well, you aim to improve on your game – but do not really want to invest in huge sums of money for a personal golfing coach. This has left you to the devices of golfing magazines, cut outs from the newspaper, as well as YouTube videos that you suspect are nothing more than clickbait. How about being a person who trusts in digital instruments – which would mean that the time is due for a new version of the SensoGlove?
Do you eat, sleep, and breathe golf? If you have answered in the affirmative, then I am quite sure that you are an avid fan of picking up various golf magazines in order to better know how you can improve on your strokes to reduce your handicap, and have also amassed quite the number of golf videos so that you can watch how the pros do it – and follow them in their stead. Of course, the more hardcore ones out there would actually go for a one-to-one coach, which can end up to be pretty expensive in the long run. What if there was a mobile device that could help you improve on your golf game in the long run (or at least it claims to), without having to break the bank? This is where OptiShot Golf’s OptiShot2 come in handy.
When you’re having a good day playing golf, you don’t really want to stop just because the sun is going down. Of course, you don’t really have a choice, as you not only can’t see where the ball is going, but will have no way of finding it once it lands. If you just can’t help but keep playing, then why not light up the golf balls so they’re easier to find?