Best Golf Electronics in 2020
Garmin Approach S10 - Lightweight GPS Golf Watch, Black, 010-02028-00
Bushnell Phantom Golf GPS, Red/Blue
- Bluetooth allows for wireless course updates
- Long battery life - play up to 2 rounds before charging
- Preloaded with 36,000 courses in 30 countries
- Easy-to-use interface
- Up to 4 hazard distances per hole
- Auto course recognition
- Auto hole advance
- Integrated BITE magnetic mount sticks to any metal surface
- Includes clip holder to attach to your bag or belt
- Bushnell Golf App included with purchase
Izzo Swami 6000 Handheld Golf GPS, Blue (A44084)
- Preloaded with over 38, 000 global course maps; no subscription fees & free updates
- Accurate distances to Front, Center, Back of green; Layup and Carry distances to hazards and doglegs
- Auto course recognition, Auto hole-advance, Individual shot distance measurement
- Integrated magnet for attaching to cart frame for handsfree and eye-level viewing during the round
- Digital scorekeeper; save round scores
- Large, vibrant 2" color display; easy to read and operate
- Included Components: Quick Start guide
Technasonic Check-Go Pro Sweet Spot Electronic Golf Ball Liner
- Using physics spins golf balls to find sweet spot
- Marking pen included to mark the golf ball
- Batteries are included
- Locates both the ball's Balanced Equator and Sweet Spot in 30 seconds.
- High Speed 10,000 RPM Gyroscopic Action.
- Works with All Brands of Golf Balls.
- LED light indicates when the ball is balanced and ready to mark.
- Built-in Alignment Cup (to create your own partial or bold line).
Garmin Approach G10, Compact and Handheld Golf GPS with 1.3-inch Display, Black (010-01959-00)
- Display size: 0.9” x 0.9” (23 x 23 mm)
- Compact Design - Sleek, Pocket-Sized Design That Conveniently Clips-On To Your Belt, Bag Or Place It In Your Pocket
- Hazards - Hazards And Course Targets To Identify Locations Of Sand Traps, Water Hazards And More
- Gps Receiver - High-Sensitivity Gps Acquires Satellites Quickly To Show Distance To Greens, Hazards And Doglegs -Even Under Tree Cover
- Green View - Displays The Shape Of The Green With Manual Pin Placement
- Stat Tracking - Enhanced Stats Keeps Track Of Fairways Hit, Greens In Regulation And Putts Per Round
TecTecTec ULT-G Golf GPS Watch, Preloaded Worldwide Courses, Lightweight, Simple, Easy-to-use Golf Watches
- EVERYTHING YOU NEED; Measures distances to the front, back and middle of the green. Accurate to within plus or minus one yard. Distances to hazards are included. Measure the distance of your shots. Automatic hole progression while you golf. Access information about over 38,000 courses around the world. And a clock to tell time!
- NOTHING THAT YOU DON’T NEED; Tired of fumbling for your phone in order to use apps that drain your battery down to 0%? Sick of combing through tons of extra features you don’t want? The ULT-G Watch doesn’t include any features that will weigh you down. Only the features you need to take your game to the next level!
- EASY-TO-USE; Learning to use the ULT-G Watch is very simple. There are only four buttons to navigate the screen with. Once the initial set-up is complete, with the touch of a button, the ULT-G Watch will automatically connect to the satellite and begin displaying course information.
- RELIABLE; Durable design. Water and dust resistant. Battery power to take you through 2.5 rounds before needing to be recharged. One-year warranty (Online Registration Required) and lifetime high-class customer service.
- AFFORDABLE; The cost of the ULT-G Watch is the only price you’ll have to pay. No subscription fees for continued service or updates. Try it no risk for 30 days, and if you don’t LOVE IT you will get your money back!
Merchant Ambassador Electronic Arcade Mini Mini Golf
- Just like real Mini Golf!
- Large playing surface: 26 x 17".
- Challenges include: Windmill and Gator Chomp.
Garmin Approach S20, GPS Golf Watch with Step Tracking, Preloaded Courses, Black
- AUTOSHOT Round analyzer measures shot distances with auto recording for post round analysis on your Garmin Connect account
- STYLISH COMFORT Fully hinged, sleek watchband design with comfortable fit. Display resolution: 128 x 128 pixels. Smartphone compatibility - iPhone, Android
- TRUSWING COMPATIBLE When paired, Garmin TruSwing golf swing sensor provides metrics to improve your swing consistency. Display size: 0.9 x 0.9(inches)
- ACTIVITY TRACKING Reminds you to stay active on or off the course with move bar alerts. Displays steps, calories burned, distance and time of day, plus it monitors hours of sleep
- STAT TRACKING Enhanced stats keeps track of fairways hit, greens in regulation and putts per round.Strap material:Silicone
- Sunlight readable, high resolution, monochrome. Connectivity : Bluetooth Smart and ANT+
Zepp Golf 2 3D Swing Analyzer
- 3D swing analysis measures the most important aspects of your swing; club speed, club plane, tempo, backswing length and more
- Instant evaluations help you see where you can improve the most and focus your training
- Smart coach offers personalized training programs, based on your data, from PGA/LPGA players and Tour instructors to make you a better player faster
- Replay and review your swing in 360 degree from any angle. Connectivity : Bluetooth LE. Battery: 1.5 hour full charge cycle lasts up to 8 hour
- Record your swing in HD video and compare directly to the pros. Sensors: Dual accelerometers, Dual 3-axis gyroscopes
Garmin Approach S40, Stylish GPS Golf Smartwatch, Lightweight with Touchscreen Display, White/Light Gold
- Stylish, lightweight GPS golf watch with a sunlight-readable 1. 2” color touchscreen display with metal bezel and quick release bands for easy change of style or color
- Preloaded with more than 41, 000 courses from around the world
- Measures and auto-records detected shot distances; putts are not tracked, and some other shots, such as chips around the green, may not be tracked; pair with optional Approach CT10
- Green View feature allows manual pin positioning; quickly reference distances to the front, middle and back of the green as well as hazards and doglegs
- Tracks everyday activities such as steps, sleep and includes built-in multisport profiles
- Battery life: up to 15 hours in GPS mode; up to 10 days in smartwatch mode
Hospitals Exchange Patient Information Electronically
Two small rural hospitals have established a network that allows access to medical records...
Then one morning she woke up with an excruciating pain in her lower back. She had arthritis in her spine for a number of years now and that's what she thought it was. A friend called an ambulance for her but the hospital where her doctor practiced was full because of a flu epidemic, so she was taken to another hospital for treatment. Anna told the emergency room nurse what medications her mom was on and also called her private physician. He told her that he didn't practice at that hospital and that they would have to handle it. Somehow, over the course of the next three days, Anna's mom wasn't given the blood thinner. On the fourth day she had a stroke. After convalescing in a nursing home for the next three months, she died of a urinary infection. It turned out that her back pain was caused by a kidney stone.
Anna retained a lawyer who got her mom's medical records for her but there wasn't enough clear-cut fault for a malpractice suit. And the 1500 or so pages of hand-written medical records were practically unreadable. Could Anna's mom have been saved if there had been better communication between her doctor and the hospital or even between the hospital that treated her atrial fibrillation and the one she ended up going to?
According to the St. Louis Post Dispatch, (www.stltoday.com) two small rural hospitals in southern Illinois are creating a community-wide medical information exchange that will allow physicians, hospitals, and other medical providers to share patient information. Although a growing number of larger hospitals in the St. Louis area are implementing electronic medical records systems, most of those systems don't have the ability to talk to one another. Although these systems will increase efficiency the problem has been that hospital administrators don't want to invest a lot of money in new technology that doesn't generate any additional revenue. But they could save a few lives.