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Wearable Golf GPS Rangefinder

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  • Instructions: Simply press the button on the GoGolf GPS unit and hear the distance to the center of the green and or last shot. For right handed golfers, GoGolf GPS should go on the right side of the glasses and also the cap and the reverse for left handed golfers. See guide for more information
  • Lightweight design clips to hat or glasses
  • Entire unit water-resistant, features micro-USB port with dust cover
  • Over 30,000 courses and 35 languages supported on the app
  • Free app requires iOS 9.0 or later, or Android 4.0.3 and up
  • Lithium polymer battery last 8-10 hours on full charge
  • Automatically turns off after being disconnected for 5 minutes
  • Made in China
Plastic, electronics
Do not submerge in water
GoGolf GPS rangefinder; USB charging cable; 2 clips, quick start guide
2" x 0.3" x 0.5"
0.18 lb

3.5 avg. (4 reviews)

Working Fine
01/07/2020 by Sondra
All is working just fine.
Didn' like using phone
12/28/2019 by Ruth Anne
You have to use your phone to listen to distance
Range finder
11/17/2019 by Denise
Being a former golfer, I thought this was going to be a great option for distance control. It was a gift for my husband and didn’t want it.
Brother-in-law loves it
11/16/2019 by Kay
Gave it to my brother-in-law as a surprise gift and he absolutely loves it!!!!! He golfs several times a week.
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Wearable Golf GPS Rangefinder

Lightweight wearble · Audible information · GPS details of over 30,000 courses
This wearable golf GPS rangefinder gives you audible insight into yardage and position. The lightweight clip-on device measures your last shot and distance to the green’s center using your phone’s GPS. A companion app aerially browses over 30,000 courses to help keep you on top of your game.
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GoGolf GPS

GoGolf GPS was made with the aim of improving your game—just what Maker John Leighton does in real life as a golf instructor. Driven by his passion for teaching golf, John came up with a rangefinder that is easy to use and wear; and lighter and more accurate than some others.

The audio GPS distance tool syncs to your phone via Bluetooth to tell you how far your last shot travelled and the distance to the center of the green. These precise stats help golfers from novice to advanced plan their next stroke. The device clips onto a hat, visor, glasses, or shirt where it won’t interfere with your swing, but will help you hone your game.