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Precision Pro GPS Golf Band

 

 

Riddle me this, Golfman:

 

Who goes on your wrist, gives you yardage, tells time, but isn't a watch?

 

It's the GPS Golf Band by Precision Pro.

 

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Testers Wanted

 

Precision Pro is carving out a nice little niche for itself with laser rangefinders and golf GPS devices heavy on the features but light on the price. The company says its GPS Golf Band is sleeker and lighter (only 1 oz), with a much smaller profile than your typical wrist-mounted GPS device.

 

Just don't call it a watch.

 

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We're looking for four of you to try this baby out to see if if performs as advertised. Is it easy to use? Does it pack a ton of performance into a modestly priced package? Is it, as its name would suggest, professionally precise?

 

How To Apply:

As you know, we take our product testing pretty seriously here at MyGolfSpy, so please read these instructions carefully.

 

In this thread, tell us:

 

Your name and home state/province

 

Your handicap

 

Do you use anything now to tell distance?

 

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Pretty easy!  Keep an eye on this thread, as we'll announce our testers next week.

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Heath Steele, Oklahoma

HCP: 8.8

I use a bushnell medalist rangefinder

 

 

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Wow that looks very stylish and only 1 oz, I still can't wear anything on my wrist while playing, I tried it with my Golf Buddy VS4 and I hated it, I just keep it in my pocket now. Would love to hear about it's accuracy and functionality in the reviews. Good luck to everyone!!

 

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The last thing I need is another golf related tan line. Good luck guys.

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KC San Diego CA

HDCP 0.8


I use a Precision Pro Nexus Laser

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Eric

Knoxville TN

5.7

Use rangefinder only currently.

 

 

Knoxville, TN. 6HDCP, Cally XR16 Driver, G25 3 wood, burner Rescue. Ping I E1 irons, Vokey SM5 52,56,60 & 2ball odyssey putter

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Brett

Iowa

8

 

I play a lot of rounds in Canada so a phone app GPS is only useful in the US. Other than that, a Bushnell rangefinder.

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Kevin

Florida

3.9

Bushnell TourX

 

Thanks for the opportunity to apply and good luck to everyone else applying. 

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Wow cool looking hi tech gizmo gadget thingie 😉

 

I'm happy with my old fashioned Garmin S2, which seems to begin accurate to about 2 yards -- which is way waaaaay WAAAAAAAY more accurate than I am!!!!!!!!

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Drew

 

PA

 

Scratch

 

Bushnell tournament edition

 

 

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Adam Ladage - Washington state

2.2 handicap

I use a laser link laser currently that can only be used if there are reflectors on the pin.

 

 

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Jamie, NY

 

.4

 

Bushnell V3

 

 

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Matt

Vancouver, BC

11 hdcp

Currently used a bushnell V3 and sometimes Swing by Swing smartphone app to determine yardage

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