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Josh - Illinois

Yes, Bushnell and Skycaddie

Bushnell Laser

Good Luck Everyone!

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Jarret Forcey, Clearfield PA

i have never had the opportunity to use a gps device for golf. My current method is to guesstimate, or bother a friend who has a gps. 

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Tyler Joachim - Green Bay WI

I have used friends Garmin GPS 

Currently I use a range finder

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1. Shawn Fidler; Kents Store, VA

2. Currently have a Tasco range finder and I can't lock on to any pin or it takes 5 minutes. I also use the 19Hole app for GPS and love that.

3. Mainly the 19Hole app at the moment due to its reliability or prior course knowledge.

 

Thank you!

Edited by spf513

Bluemont, VA born and raised. Now living in Goochland Co.

Twitter: @fidthekid

 

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Eddie Kirby Brandon, MS

I have used both Garmin GPS watch and Bushnell Range finder

Currently use a Bushnell Range Finder

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1. Alex Orosz - Pittsburgh, PA

2. Yes - Garmin S10 watch

3. Garmin watch or cart dashboard is the course has them

Edited by amo412

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Greg - Hanson Massachusetts 

No I haven’t used a gps device

Range Finder and or course knowledge

would be helpful for new courses

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Steve - Kansas City

Yes currently wear Garmin instinct

Bushnell Range Finder or step off from yardage markers

 

Edited by BeakEmHawks

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Posted (edited)
  1. Ryan - Chicago Suburbs
  2. Use Bushnell Ion 2 or Arccos app
  3. My bushnell watch or rangefinder (tour V2) or course yardage markers (I hate pulling out my phone to use the Arccos app)
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Mitch Lindback - Longmont, CO

Never a GPS device, just various rangefinders

Bushnell Pro X7 Jolt

Edited by ShooterMcDabbin

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Jax Yochim - Erie, Pennsylvania 

I currently use the Garmin Approach S5 and have used a watch for around 6 years.
 

I typically  use the S5, the 18 Birdies App, or a Bushnell Laser Range Finder when I’m on the course. 

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  1. Bobby from Pittsburgh 
  2. Yes - Garmin Approach S60
  3. Arccos Apple app

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1. Liam Swanton - Boston, MA

2. Yes - Apple Watch

3. Apple watch or cart dashboard if available

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Garrett Wilson- North Carolina

Yes- iphone app golfshot, arccos sensors and app

Bushnell Tour V4

 

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