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TESTERS ANNOUNCED! SkyCaddie LINX GT GPS Watch/Show Tracking System


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Man would I love this one. I owned a small retail golf store in the mid 2000s and Skycaddy at the very beginning of SkyCaddy. We killed it with the SG series!

Chris from Indiana

Current hdcp 2

I have not used a watch, but I currently use the original Callaway/Nikon laser and used all versions of SkyCaddy

I do not use a shot tracking system per session. The Indiana Golf Association allows us to track stats pretty effectively​ while posting scores so have always used their hole by hole posting

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Your first name, home state/province- Michael, California

Your current handicap-9

Have you used a GPS watch? Which one?- No but have considered getting one before.

Have you used a Shot Tracking System? Which one?- Ive used an app called Swingxswing.

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(6) TESTERS WANTED!!!

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SkyCaddie LINX GT GPS Watch/

Shot Tracking System

Way back in 1968, Smuckers had the bright idea of combining peanut butter and jelly in one jar. Whether the inventor of the idea was too busy to open up two jars or simply hated the idea of using two knives is unknown, but the two-in-one combo idea was a hit and Goober is still on the shelves nearly a half-century later.

A GPS watch/shot tracking system is another one of those two-in-one combo ideas that looks appealing on the surface. There are plenty of shot tracking products out there (Arccos, Game Golf, Shot Scope) and more GPS watches than we can name.

But putting both together? SkyCaddie thinks they have it figured out.

SkyCaddie-LINX-GT-3.jpg Testers Wanted:

SkyCaddie's new LINX GT can work as a stand alone GPS watch, can be synched to your Smartphone for an HD overview of the entire hole and, with the addition of SmartTags, automatic shot tracking with full round statistics.

Does the LINX GT sound like a shot tracking/GPS game changer? Is it golf's version of PB & J in one jar? We need 6 avid golfers to help us find out.

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How To Apply:

As you know, we take our product testing very seriously here at MyGolfSpy. We're looking for 6 of you to test and review (and keep) the new SkyCaddie LINX GT.

If you'd like to be a tester, please read and follow these instructions carefully:

First, if you haven't already, you MUST register for the MyGolfSpy Community Forum (click here to register)

In THIS thread, please tell us the following:

  • Your first name, home state/province
  • Your current handicap
  • Have you used a GPS watch? Which one?
  • Have you used a Shot Tracking System? Which one?

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We will announce the six testers in this Forum next week, so check back here.

 

 

Remember, you MUST apply ONLY in this Official SkyCaddie LINX GT Application thread.

***For info on how testers will be selected, please click here.

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Robert, Alberta Canada

Handicap 3

I have never used a watch, I had a Skycaddie SGX for a few years and I still use the SkyPro to map my swing

 

 

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Jason

Washington State

19

Yes, Bushnell Geo Ion

Yes, Game Golf Pro, Arccos

Jason Day (No, not that one!)

Irons: Callaway Rogue X Regular Flex Steel

Driver: Ping G400 Regular flex

Right Handed

Cheney, WA

Avg 18 Hole Score: ~92

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