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About Golf GPS gadgets

If you're in the market to buy a Golf GPS system, you should be able to decide what's the best Golf GPS for you, your investment, and your use. Well, the firstly you want to do is to take into account how much you want to spend. Subsequently you want to have some idea as to why you want this system in the first place. Once you get those specs figured out, you can more easily make the decision on the best Golf GPS for you.

As far as the price range and quality, the golf GPS systems could cost anywhere from $100 to $400.

The differences between the cheap to mid-range units and the four hundred dollars systems is in the quality of manufacturing, its software and graphics display.

Golf Range Finders

Most of golf GPS units operate as range finders. That means they can tell you the exact distance from your ball location to the green. This is done by accessing the GPS satellites that orbit the above the earth. That’s done through a computing process called “location triangulation”. If this is the only feature that you want, then a $100 model will be just fine for you. Something like the iGolf Neo Golf GPS would be perfect. However, this isn’t the only choice in this price range. There are many other fine gadgets for that price.

But, if you prefer the graphics, then you are going to spend more money. The Callaway, uPro Golf GPS, for instance can give you multiple views of both the fairway and the green of the particular hole you're playing. As you approach the tee, it will give you an aerial view to the green. As proceed toward the green, it will show you yardages from where you are to the green. The Garmin approach and the Golf Buddy Tour do the same thing. Although the Golf Buddy Tour's graphics are not quite as spectacular. Click Here for More Information

Laser Range Finder