Best Golf Gps in 2020
Garmin Approach G10, Compact and Handheld Golf GPS with 1.3-inch Display, Black (010-01959-00)
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
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+
Garmin Approach S10 - Lightweight GPS Golf Watch, Black, 010-02028-00
- Simple, easy-to-use golf watch
- Sleek, lightweight and comfortable with a high-resolution, Sunlight-readable display
- Provides yardages to the front, back and middle of the Green -as well as Hazards and doglegs -on more than 41, 000 preloaded courses worldwide
- Keep Score on the watch for a summary of your round, total distance played and total time
- Upload your scorecards to Garmin Express to keep track of rounds
- Rechargeable battery plays up to 12 hours in GPS golf mode
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
GolfBuddy Voice 2 Golf GPS/Rangefinder, White/Blue
- Easy to use talking Golf GPS reads Your distances aloud at the press of a button. 8 preloaded languages with a choice of male or female voice
- Displays real distances to the front, Back and centre of the green. Automatic Golf club, course and hole recognition
- Dynamic green view Technology with distance readings from the golfer's perspective
- Up to 14-hour battery life (2+ rounds per charge) and water resistant
- Preloaded with 40, 000 courses in over 170 countries- with free updates available via USB Sync
- Compact & portable device that can be used hands-free, can be easily clipped to your golf hat or bag
Izzo Golf Swami 5000 Golf GPS Rangefinder
- Distances: F/C/B to greens; layup/carry to hazards & doglegs
- Preloaded 38,000+ global course maps; no annual or download fees
- Auto course recognition & hole-advance
- New slimmer profile & larger 2-inch color LCD
- New improved 12+ hr battery life & scorecard feature (save & view scores)
- Water resistant
- Easy charge magnetic charger
Garmin Approach G30, Handheld Golf GPS with 2.3-inch Color Touchscreen Display
- Sleek, compact handheld golf GPS with 2.3-inch color touchscreen display
- High-sensitivity GPS acquires satellites quickly to show distance to greens, hazards and doglegs
- Preloaded with more than 40,000 courses worldwide
- Full-color course mapping with Touch Targeting feature
- Green View allows you to place the pin in the correct location for the day, which improves distance accuracy
Garmin Approach S60, Premium GPS Golf Watch with Touchscreen Display and Full Color CourseView Mapping, White
- Sleek GPS golf watch that reflects your passion on and off the course.QuickFit watch band compatible:0.8 inch(22 mm)
- Large, 1.2" Sunlight-readable color touchscreen display
- Quickly gets your location using GPS to Show precise yardages to greens, Hazards and doglegs, on full-color course maps
- Convenient Quick Fit bands for fast style changes without tools
- More than 40, 000 preloaded courses from around the world
CANMORE H-300 Handheld Golf GPS - Essential Golf Course Data and Score Sheet - Minimalist & User Friendly - 38,000+ Free Courses Worldwide and Growing - 4ATM Waterproof - 1-Year Warranty (Turquoise)
- WORLDWIDE COURSE DATA - Free course data preloaded for over 38,000 (and counting) golf courses around the world (NO subscription fees) - Contact Amazon seller TrueToSource or Canmore directly to add new courses or suggest fixes.
- SIMPLE FUNCTIONS YOU NEED - Manage your game, not your golf assistant! GPS course finder switches hole automatically and gives you easy-to-access distance to green (F/M/B), hazard distance, shot distance, scorecard and of course—digital clock with alarm.
- MAGNETIC CLIP - Powerful magnet lets you clip the CANMORE H-300 on your belt or pants pocket, or directly on a metal surface such as your golf cart uprights. Just don’t forget it there!
- HIGH CONTRAST - White-on-black monochrome display is easy to read even in bright sunlight.
- GREAT SERVICE - 1 year warranty and industry-leading customer service exclusively from TrueToSource on Amazon.
Why Tiger Woods Isn't Winning Majors
The world's best golfer is struggling to deal with a lack of success on golf's biggest stages
I first met Earl Woods back in the late 1990s. Even then he had a Phil Jackson-like quality about him: Some of the things he would say were difficult to comprehend, but you knew he had a purpose for saying them. He was a retired Army officer, and when you saw him it was apparent instantly that he was a man, a leader and, most importantly, an influencer.
Woods used to tell stories about how he raised his son, Tiger. Calling on his military training, the elder Woods didn't concern himself much with the mechanics of the golf swing - Tiger had swing instructors for that. Most of his training of Tiger took place at home, on the golf course and at tournaments. He was fixated on aspects of the games most other parents and teachers ignore: pressure, focus, nerves and mental discipline. They say golf is 90 percent mental; Earl Woods acted as if it were 190 percent. His training of Tiger was mostly psychological. He didn't care about the 6 inches prior to impact, he cared about the 6 inches between his son's ears.
Make no mistake about it: The Army exists to turn young men into killing machines, and Earl Woods existed to turn his young son into a winning machine.
All of which helps explain why Tiger Woods won't win a major golf championship this season and why he hasn't won one in five years. Since the age of 3, Tiger has been programmed to hit a golf ball better than anyone else. It was his father's answer to nearly every situation. Want to make friends? Win more tournaments because people love winners. Can't get a date? Winning brings fame, fortune and girls. All of which is true, but just like marines who return from combat have psychological issues dealing with non-combat situations, Tiger Woods was never trained by his father to deal with what's facing him now.
Tiger's formula for winning is almost identical for every tournament. He gets the lead and then blocks out all the nerves, pressure and bad thoughts better than any other player. Of his 79 PGA tour victories, he has never come back to win in the final round. He feeds off the energy and adrenaline high of success, but when he's not in the hunt he loses focus, discipline and control.
If you look closely you can almost see the pattern. At the PGA Championship Woods shot 71 and trailed the leaders by six shots. After two rounds he was 10 back, a lot but still manageable. But when Tiger bogeyed two of the first three holes in Round 3 to fall 12 shots behind the hunt was over. His all or nothing brain began getting nothing and started to shut down. It didn't know how to react to failure. For more than 30 years it really never had to for any length of time. As each successive hole went by it got worse and worse. He went on to make just one birdie in round 3 and only seven in the first three rounds.
Tiger Wood's winning machine in the majors has been offline for more than five years and he was never taught how to reboot.
Earl Woods taught his son a lot of things most fathers never could. But his failure to teach his son how to cope with the lack of constant success may be the reason Tiger may not break Jack Nicklaus' record of 18 major championships.