Update with Luke 10/7/17

Update with Luke 10/7/17

TomTom Golfers watches

Golfers now require the use of yardage markers more than ever and with the help of the TomTom watches you can have them right at your fingertips.

Yardage watches are becoming increasingly popular due to their simplicity and how quick they are to find the yardage. The TomTom watch counts down the yardage as you walk the hole, therefore meaning you need to simply look at the watch when you stand above your ball and read the yardage. The watch has a main screen that shows the yardage to the front, middle and back of the greens. To navigate around the different features of the TomTom watch there is a 4 way navigation point that makes it very easy to use.

The TomTom watches are one of the first watches to offer yardages to the nearby hazards such as bunkers and water hazards allowing you to judge how far the best lay-up will be. The watches are immensely light weighing in at just 53g allowing you to play golf without noticing that you even have it on.

The TomTom has detailed data on over 33,500 courses it is very unlikely that you will ever play a course that is not on the watch. The golf watch can also be synced and updated to help you to download some courses or even update them if changes are made a course layout. Although some say the battery life of 10 hours is a drawback of the watch, I believe 10 hours battery life is very sufficient as it will allow you to get around 2 full 18 hole course and still have some battery life remaining.

The TomTom watches are very reasonability priced and we have a great offer in the shop. Pop in and see!


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