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Yeah, pretty sure that when the battery can no longer be charged, like a cell phone, the end user cannot replace the battery.  Perhaps factory replaceable or just get a new one with newer technology.  Hopefully, the rechargeable battery is good for many cycles before it can no longer perform for at least 18 holes.

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I'll be the first to admit I was pretty skeptical about the value of a device like this. But the reviews definitely have me intrigued. It wouldn't be something I'd purchased right now, but if I get to a point where I'm comfortable with my clubs and game, I could see this being very valuable. I played a new-to-me course last weekend and having the scorecard, GPS, and hole overview in one spot would have been a big help. Between a paper scorecard, Grint for a digital scorecard, ShotScope for GPS and a traditional laser, it's almost too much to handle when playing a new course. 

Now, playing at a course I know very well? I can see where this wouldn't be as helpful.

 

 

I went into this review with an open mind but if I’m honest a little skeptical. My thinking going in was most players are not good enough (nor am I) to benefit from the information provided. After almost 200 holes I have completely changed that thinking.

 

For the novice golfer it truly helps as you develop a course management game philosophy. While you may not be able to hit 225 yard 5 irons into a island green within a foot of the cup the device does help you to select the best shot based on your tendencies.

 

If you play a familiar course one could argue the pin, tees and your ball location changes every time out. This device will help you to really dial in your distances to known course characteristics. I play the same two courses on a regular basis and I can certainly apply a little “dead reckoning” in regards to distance to the flag, hazards and or my desired landing zone. However, the S.C. takes the guess work out and provides a topographical overview no laser range finder can compete with.

 

 

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Two more rounds using the SkyCaddie. Probably the last for awhile. All the courses are walking only so i relied on it heavily. Very easy and quick. I gave my playing partners (6 feet apart at all times) yardages without even stopping. It is so quick and easy. I am loving this thing.

Yesterday was the first day I had an issue. I lost the connection for a hole. The course I was playing is notorious for poor cell phone connection and wifi has been a little compromised with everyone on line staying at home. It reconnected in a hole, and no problems for the rest of the round.

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Next week is looking promising to get out again. It has been the coldest month I may have ever experienced over the last month. So I am looking forward to getting back out with the skycaddie. 

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Going to be a while for me, now. All courses are closed due to the virus. 😡

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I got the SX400 last week from SkyGolf and still having some setup issues.  I can't play golf due to COVID-19, but I walked 9 holes and love the device.  I noticed one tee position was incorrect and contacted the support team.  They said my software needed updating from 1.2.5 to 1.2.7.  USB sync was not success and SX400 device was NOT found.  WiFi sync could not find the latest update.  Has anyone else had syncing issues?

 

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:titelist-small:  915H 24°,27° Diamana Blue 70 stiff Tour 360 grip -0.50" B1 setting

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3 hours ago, Play18 said:

I got the SX400 last week from SkyGolf and still having some setup issues.  I can't play golf due to COVID-19, but I walked 9 holes and love the device.  I noticed one tee position was incorrect and contacted the support team.  They said my software needed updating from 1.2.5 to 1.2.7.  USB sync was not success and SX400 device was NOT found.  WiFi sync could not find the latest update.  Has anyone else had syncing issues?

 

I hope you get to enjoy your new SX400 soon!  I have been on kung flu lock down and haven't used my SX400 in a few weeks--but I did just run an update over WiFi and had no trouble (thankfully no trouble over the past few months either).  One thing is strange though, my device is up to date with version 1.2.5; so maybe SkyCaddie hasn't released 1.2.7 yet?

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7 minutes ago, JohnSmalls said:

I hope you get to enjoy your new SX400 soon!  I have been on kung flu lock down and haven't used my SX400 in a few weeks--but I did just run an update over WiFi and had no trouble (thankfully no trouble over the past few months either).  One thing is strange though, my device is up to date with version 1.2.5; so maybe SkyCaddie hasn't released 1.2.7 yet?

I contacted support this morning and they apologized for the 1.2.7 update... it was meant for the SX500.  Also, I uninstalled and reinstalled the Caddiesync to update the correct software driver.  The only hole which did not measure the length correctly was a mapping error and SkyGolf will update their maps.

It's good to go now.

My Bushnell v4 Slope died, so I decided to commit to the handheld gps, which replaces my iOS Golfshot.

Thanks for the response.

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:titelist-small:   915F 18°, 21° Diamana Blue 60 stiff Tour 360 grip -1.00" C4 setting

:titelist-small:  915H 24°,27° Diamana Blue 70 stiff Tour 360 grip -0.50" B1 setting

:titelist-small:  714 AP1 5-PW, GW2 (52°) Nippon NS 850 stiff Titleist TV grip -0.50" 1° weak

:vokey-small:  SM8 58.08M Nippon NS 850 stiff GP BV Wings TV grip stiff -0.50" 1° weak

Scotty Cameron   2020 Special Select Newport 34"

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Obviously COVID-19 has reduced usage a bit, but I have been fortunate enough to get out and play a few rounds over the last month. I'm still getting along with the device quite well. Now that I'm gaining some familiarity with a few of the courses here in Texas, I find myself going back and forth between the SX400 and Bushnell Tour V3 a bit more. I like using the GPS for tee shots and to develop a clear picture for my approach strategy, but do rely on the Bushnell to get exact yardage to the pin - it simply eliminates some guess work. I also like keeping score on the SX400 since courses have stopped putting scorecards out. I may change that though, I bought myself a very nice log book right after Christmas and I'd really like to start using it more. I just have to remember to put it into my bag... 

Anyway, just thought I'd provide a short update. How's everyone else getting along - testers and those who have since purchased an SX400 or SX500?

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Fairway Wood: Mizuno ST190 15* Fujikura Atmos Blue 6S
Hyrbrid: Mizuno CLK 19* Fujikura Speeder EVO HB
Irons: Bridgestone J40 CB (4-PW) Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100
Wedges: Bridgestone Tour B XW-1 50*, 54*, & 58* Nippon Modus 3 105
Putter: Cleveland Huntington Beach SOFT Premier 4 34"
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I am really still loving this device. It has been a game changer for me knowing exact distances.

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Driver: SIM 9 Motore X F1 7X tipped 1 inch

Utility Iron: Cobra King Utility irons 18 degree Aldila rogue 90 X

Irons: Cobra King forged CB 4-PW KBS $ Taper 130 X

Wedges: Cleveland 49,52.58.64

Putter: Kronos Release.

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I'll be playing my first round back home on Saturday and I'm curious to see if/how this device will help me around courses I know very well.

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Fairway Wood: Mizuno ST190 15* Fujikura Atmos Blue 6S
Hyrbrid: Mizuno CLK 19* Fujikura Speeder EVO HB
Irons: Bridgestone J40 CB (4-PW) Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100
Wedges: Bridgestone Tour B XW-1 50*, 54*, & 58* Nippon Modus 3 105
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I played the first course back home last Saturday with the SkyCaddie and I have to say I'm a bit disappointed. The lack of detail is glaring and makes me wonder a) if they actually did any ground verification on this course and b) if so, why is the mapping so poor?

I'll provide one quick example (I should have snapped some pictures on the course, but I completely spaced). The name of the course is Schifferdecker Golf Course located in Joplin, Missouri.

The first hole at Schifferdecker presents what is probably the most challenging tee shot. From either set of tees you basically have three options: 1) hit it far enough to cut the corner; 2) play to the relatively small sliver of fairway between the trees on the left and water on the right; 3) go the ultra-safe route and play wide left to 18 fairway (making the hole play longer). The most important thing to know when deciding which option to take is how far you need to carry in order to clear a decent-sized tree guarding the left side, but SkyCaddie doesn't include the tree in its map!

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Conversely, the third hole shows numerous trees lining both sides of the fairway, but that hole features one of the widest fairways and the number of times I've found myself stymied by a tree could be counted on one hand. The theme continues for the rest of the holes - mostly along the lines of lacking detail.

I can't say I'm surprised that a "small-town" course would receive so little attention in the development of such maps, but I had higher hopes based on SkyCaddie marketing. Playing another course tomorrow with a bunch of friends and will see how SkyCaddie does there - I'll be sure to snap pictures this time as well.

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Fairway Wood: Mizuno ST190 15* Fujikura Atmos Blue 6S
Hyrbrid: Mizuno CLK 19* Fujikura Speeder EVO HB
Irons: Bridgestone J40 CB (4-PW) Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100
Wedges: Bridgestone Tour B XW-1 50*, 54*, & 58* Nippon Modus 3 105
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If I were you I’d post this on one of the Sky Caddie support forums.  I have found them to be fairly responsive, although some confusing are lacking answers.  But worth a try.

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Hybrids: TEE CBX119 19* & 22*, KBS Prototype 85 S+

Irons: TM M6, 5-GW, Accra 80i, stiff
Wedges: Cleveland CBX 2 50*, 55*, 60*, Accra 80i, stiff
Putters: Evnroll ER1.2, KBS CT Tour Black 33", SS Mid-Slim 2.0
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1 hour ago, TR1PTIK said:

I played the first course back home last Saturday with the SkyCaddie and I have to say I'm a bit disappointed. The lack of detail is glaring and makes me wonder a) if they actually did any ground verification on this course and b) if so, why is the mapping so poor?

I'll provide one quick example (I should have snapped some pictures on the course, but I completely spaced). The name of the course is Schifferdecker Golf Course located in Joplin, Missouri.

The first hole at Schifferdecker presents what is probably the most challenging tee shot. From either set of tees you basically have three options: 1) hit it far enough to cut the corner; 2) play to the relatively small sliver of fairway between the trees on the left and water on the right; 3) go the ultra-safe route and play wide left to 18 fairway (making the hole play longer). The most important thing to know when deciding which option to take is how far you need to carry in order to clear a decent-sized tree guarding the left side, but SkyCaddie doesn't include the tree in its map!

IMG_1557.thumb.jpg.1f9a01f9040baad94ebbddd81a6f8b76.jpg

holeno1.png.3cf53026fa989ba6c2bc97869a60e83d.png

Conversely, the third hole shows numerous trees lining both sides of the fairway, but that hole features one of the widest fairways and the number of times I've found myself stymied by a tree could be counted on one hand. The theme continues for the rest of the holes - mostly along the lines of lacking detail.

I can't say I'm surprised that a "small-town" course would receive so little attention in the development of such maps, but I had higher hopes based on SkyCaddie marketing. Playing another course tomorrow with a bunch of friends and will see how SkyCaddie does there - I'll be sure to snap pictures this time as well.

WOW  that's really interesting.  I think SC customer service could help you out, but I am surprised they left off so much detail.  I, too, play golf in a very small town and it has our course mapped very accurately.  Hope they can get your problem solved soon.

On 4/19/2020 at 4:05 PM, TR1PTIK said:

Obviously COVID-19 has reduced usage a bit, but I have been fortunate enough to get out and play a few rounds over the last month. I'm still getting along with the device quite well. Now that I'm gaining some familiarity with a few of the courses here in Texas, I find myself going back and forth between the SX400 and Bushnell Tour V3 a bit more. I like using the GPS for tee shots and to develop a clear picture for my approach strategy, but do rely on the Bushnell to get exact yardage to the pin - it simply eliminates some guess work. I also like keeping score on the SX400 since courses have stopped putting scorecards out. I may change that though, I bought myself a very nice log book right after Christmas and I'd really like to start using it more. I just have to remember to put it into my bag... 

Anyway, just thought I'd provide a short update. How's everyone else getting along - testers and those who have since purchased an SX400 or SX500?

Corona killed my golf vibe earlier and with the abnormal amount of rain this month (3rd highest total for May in over 100 years), I have played a small fraction of the golf that I usually do this time of year. The few rounds I have gotten in have been flawless on the SkyCaddie side, not saw flawless on the swinging the club side 😆.  The scorecard side is nice, but I have been using Arccos to track my stats now that they seem to eliminated the bugs that I had trouble with.  Going to test the SkyCaddie next week at a new course!  So far it has been a life saver for me.  The data is on the money!

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3 hours ago, dbdors said:

If I were you I’d post this on one of the Sky Caddie support forums.  I have found them to be fairly responsive, although some confusing are lacking answers.  But worth a try.

Honestly, it wouldn't be worth it for me personally. I no longer live in the area and have enough familiarity with the course to not be concerned, but I wanted to document and share for the review thread. If I find that I'm really bored one day, maybe I'll go through all 18 holes and provide some potential mapping updates to SkyCaddie.

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Wedges: Bridgestone Tour B XW-1 50*, 54*, & 58* Nippon Modus 3 105
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6 hours ago, TR1PTIK said:

I played the first course back home last Saturday with the SkyCaddie and I have to say I'm a bit disappointed. The lack of detail is glaring and makes me wonder a) if they actually did any ground verification on this course and b) if so, why is the mapping so poor?

I'll provide one quick example (I should have snapped some pictures on the course, but I completely spaced). The name of the course is Schifferdecker Golf Course located in Joplin, Missouri.

The first hole at Schifferdecker presents what is probably the most challenging tee shot. From either set of tees you basically have three options: 1) hit it far enough to cut the corner; 2) play to the relatively small sliver of fairway between the trees on the left and water on the right; 3) go the ultra-safe route and play wide left to 18 fairway (making the hole play longer). The most important thing to know when deciding which option to take is how far you need to carry in order to clear a decent-sized tree guarding the left side, but SkyCaddie doesn't include the tree in its map!

IMG_1557.thumb.jpg.1f9a01f9040baad94ebbddd81a6f8b76.jpg

holeno1.png.3cf53026fa989ba6c2bc97869a60e83d.png

Conversely, the third hole shows numerous trees lining both sides of the fairway, but that hole features one of the widest fairways and the number of times I've found myself stymied by a tree could be counted on one hand. The theme continues for the rest of the holes - mostly along the lines of lacking detail.

I can't say I'm surprised that a "small-town" course would receive so little attention in the development of such maps, but I had higher hopes based on SkyCaddie marketing. Playing another course tomorrow with a bunch of friends and will see how SkyCaddie does there - I'll be sure to snap pictures this time as well.

Good grief there's no easing into the round on that course 😬. It surprises me that they haven't shown that lovely tree on the map, it really does look like a major feature and I think I would have threatened to cut it down more than once 😁😎

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I’ve posted 15 rounds at my course and disappointed with the SX400 thus far. Half of the rounds wouldn’t let me measure shots, freeze during the round or shutdown. I’ve had to use Golfshot iOS Apple Watch as a backup. Not sure if I want to keep using it.


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:titelist-small: TSi2 11° Graphite Design Tour AD DI-6 stiff Tour 360 grip A3 setting

:titelist-small:   915F 18°, 21° Diamana Blue 60 stiff Tour 360 grip -1.00" C4 setting

:titelist-small:  915H 24°,27° Diamana Blue 70 stiff Tour 360 grip -0.50" B1 setting

:titelist-small:  714 AP1 5-PW, GW2 (52°) Nippon NS 850 stiff Titleist TV grip -0.50" 1° weak

:vokey-small:  SM8 58.08M Nippon NS 850 stiff GP BV Wings TV grip stiff -0.50" 1° weak

Scotty Cameron   2020 Special Select Newport 34"

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On 5/28/2020 at 9:07 PM, Play18 said:

I’ve posted 15 rounds at my course and disappointed with the SX400 thus far. Half of the rounds wouldn’t let me measure shots, freeze during the round or shutdown. I’ve had to use Golfshot iOS Apple Watch as a backup. Not sure if I want to keep using it.


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Have you tried Sky Caddie's customer service?  Really sounds like you got a lemon. 

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SkyCaddie SX400
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:ping-small: G410+, Tensei Orange
:nike-small: Vapor Fly 3, Diamana Blue, Covert 2.0 3H, Kuro Kage Black
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Wilson D7 Irons 4-GW,  Dynamic Gold AMT
:ping-small: Glide  52, 56 ES
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Have you tried Sky Caddie's customer service?  Really sounds like you got a lemon. 


Thanks. I’ll call them tomorrow. I’m a former user of the handheld and watch and happy with their performances. I’m kinda bummed that I got the SX400 prior to the amazing MGS SX400, storage case and skin deal.


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:titelist-small: TSi2 11° Graphite Design Tour AD DI-6 stiff Tour 360 grip A3 setting

:titelist-small:   915F 18°, 21° Diamana Blue 60 stiff Tour 360 grip -1.00" C4 setting

:titelist-small:  915H 24°,27° Diamana Blue 70 stiff Tour 360 grip -0.50" B1 setting

:titelist-small:  714 AP1 5-PW, GW2 (52°) Nippon NS 850 stiff Titleist TV grip -0.50" 1° weak

:vokey-small:  SM8 58.08M Nippon NS 850 stiff GP BV Wings TV grip stiff -0.50" 1° weak

Scotty Cameron   2020 Special Select Newport 34"

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Bag Boy Quad XL Push Cart

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1 hour ago, Play18 said:

 


Thanks. I’ll call them tomorrow. I’m a former user of the handheld and watch and happy with their performances. I’m kinda bummed that I got the SX400 prior to the amazing MGS SX400, storage case and skin deal.


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Agreed, I have not experience any freezing.

Woods: Callaway Rogue Sub Zero 8*, Fujikura Ventus 6, stiff: TM M5, 13*, Diamana Thump 75, stiff
Hybrids: TEE CBX119 19* & 22*, KBS Prototype 85 S+

Irons: TM M6, 5-GW, Accra 80i, stiff
Wedges: Cleveland CBX 2 50*, 55*, 60*, Accra 80i, stiff
Putters: Evnroll ER1.2, KBS CT Tour Black 33", SS Mid-Slim 2.0
Ball: Maxfli Tour
Bag/Cart: '20 Nike Air Hybrid 2/BagBoy Quad XL
Accessories: Sky Caddie SX 400/Nikon Coolshot Pro Stabilized

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