WIN golf's ultimate GPS
Two TG Readers will win a superb SkyCaddie SX500
SkyCaddie sit at the top of the tree when it comes to GPS yardages, because they’ve made it their business to measure golf courses across the globe on foot (where others use aerial photography). All because they believe golfers deserve the most accurate yardages available.
Until now though, elite golfers have shunned GPS because it’s been difficult to get exact yardages to the flag, which is where laser rangefinders come in. But SkyCaddie’s latest SX500 handheld, which launched in September, is the first GPS to be widely adopted by pros (many senior tour players now have one), and the reason for the increased uptake is pin positions can be inputted manually. Meaning so long as you have a pin sheet the SX500 is more powerful and useful than a laser rangefinder.
And for pros who earn their living from shotmaking, having a perfect view of/and accurate yardages to run outs behind the flag, shelves on the green and drop-offs to the side of the target is absolutely invaluable. And it’s that information a laser could never offer.
SX500 is packed with other features you won’t find on an ordinary GPS unit too. It’s got golf’s largest GPS screen (5in), along with a 13-megapixel camera for taking pictures on the course, alongside tons of game enhancing features. And we love how the unit’s intelligent enough to rotate the green to your angle of attack for extremely precise yardages. And because it’s GPS it’s great for blind shots as well.
We’re sold on the benefits of the SX500 (worth £379.95 each) so we’ve teamed up with SkyCaddie to offer two lucky TG readers the chance to win one of their own.
Ends February 13, 2019.Official Rules
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