Golf GPS watch rangefinders – a practical choice

One of the biggest leaps made by technology is that it managed to fit advanced processors and components into smaller and smaller, making devices look and feel compact and user-friendly. Most people think of computers, and how they turned from huge objects that occupied and entire room into gadget that can now fit into your pocket and even on your wrist, but let’s not forget that technology takes many forms and applications, one of them being sports gear. Take the golf rangefinder, for example. Initially, it was quite a large device, used mainly by professional golfers, who needed a way to save time and increase accuracy when calculating the distance between shots. Nowadays, it’s quite a common gizmo that doesn’t look as intimidating and that beginners choose from convenience. The golf gadget watch is one of the latest innovations and it has an interesting design. Without a doubt, if someone who doesn’t play golf looked at one, they would take it for a watch, but it’s not just that. Inside its tiny body, the golf rangefinder packs impressive power and great features that set it apart from other gadgets of its type.

 

Obviously, the first benefit that comes to mind when it comes to watch rangefinders is their practicality and compact design. You can just strap the gadget onto your wrist, just like with any old watch and then use it on the course. This is a huge selling point, especially for those golfers who already hate having to carry around an entire kit. Don’t be put off by the small dimensions of the watch, because the specs can be pretty impressive, especially if you think of technologies such as PinSeeker. The user experience is quite nice too and even though you have a small display, the figures are large enough for anyone to see. In fact, watches are usually recommended to beginner golfers, because they are mostly based on the GPS technology and are more user friendly. This is not to say that they are too simple for professional use. On the contrary, many experienced golfers have both laser and GPS in their collection.

 

The benefits of GPS devices might not center around accuracy (that is the territory of laser rangefinders), but they definitely include convenience and, in some cases, a basic GPS gizmo can surpass a more expensive, laser one. For example, if you have shaky hands, you’ll find it very hard to keep the device still. Also, if the weather conditions aren’t friendly, the laser will have problems focusing and will not be able to provide consistent readings. GPS devices come with golf course maps included and you don’t have to worry about that. Products based on the GPS technology are also considerably cheaper, which recommends them for beginner or casual golfers who take this sport seriously, but do not want the commitment of high end, overly pricey gear for professional use.