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1. Jacob Patterson - Sioux Falls, SD

2. Have previously used the 19hole app and a have a Bushnell rangefinder. 

3. Currently using bushnell rangefinder to find distances. 

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Mac Blakeney and I currently use SwingU’s free trial. I used an Apple Watch with swing u but it was never really consistent. 

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Philip Richards - Vernon, CT

Currently use Garmin Approach S60

i use a combination of the Garmin and my laser range finder to determine yardage 

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Mike Adams - Toledo, OH

Yes, TecTecTec laser

I currently use the premium version of the Swing U app. 

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Braeden- Portland, OR

yes- Garmin Vivoactiv 3

Vivioactiv 3 is how I currently get yardage on the course. 

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Jarrell Reeder Maryland

Used the golf logic on my Iphone

Now I make my own yardage books for each course I play on

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  1. Hunter Schwartz - Scottsdale, AZ (6.7 index)
  2. Never used a watch for yardage but have used various iPhone apps 
  3. Currently use the yardage gps provided by the courses’ carts or bum a yardage gun from a buddy. 

 

 

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Jim Egelston, Phoenix, AZ

Yes, I've used phone apps (GolfPad, GolfShot)

Currently The Grint app

 

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1. Michael Mayle, Buffalo, NY

2. Yes, I currently use Garmin Approach S20

3. Garmin Approach S20 and Bushnell Tour V3 Rangefinder 

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Craig Anderson - Stuart FL

Yes I have used watches and lasers, Garmin watches and Bushnell laser

Right now I am using the Garmin Approach S20

I like the watch better as it is wearable and you don't forget it in the cart, which has happened to many of my friends!

 

 

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1. Greg Barnette Ft. Worth, TX

2. Never owned a gps personally. Use my buddy’s or one provide by the course on the cart.

3. GPS in cart. Yardage markers. Course knowledge 

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KJ - San Diego CA

yes garmin s10

 

currently use Callaway nikkon range finder and arrcos 

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  1. Alex Williams. Cleveland, Ohio
  2. I have not used a watch or other GPS.
  3. I use a non-slope edition Bushnell V3 and sprinkler heads.  I would love knowing distances to the front and back of the green though. Tough without a yardage book. 

Driver: Taylormade M5 10.5*. 3-Wood: Callaway Epic Sub-Zero, 15*. Hybrid: Taylormade RBZ 19*. Irons: Taylormade rac LT 3-PW. Wedges: Vokey F-Grind 52*, 58*. Putter: Rife 2-Bar Blade Putter.  2019 Callaway Chromesoft X with Triple Track

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Ken Bossen-Portland Oregon

I have used a rangefinder and a Garmin S20 GPS watch. 
 

I currently use my Garmin watch but it has shortfalls when I need a yardage to a point on the course and not the pin itself. 

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  1. Dan McLaughlin, Austin TX
  2. Yes, Bushnell, 18 birdies, golf shot 
  3. Bushnell Pro XE and golf logix

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Ryan Sevier, Arvada, CO 

Garmin approach x40 and garmin fenix 5 plus 

Fenix 5 plus 

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Alex Karl- North Carolina 

I’ve used my apples watch for gps yardage.

i currently use a mixture of gps app on my iPhone and my partners range finder 

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Antonio Hooshangi Akron, OH

garmin approach S60 

bushnell tour v4 laser rangefinder and garmin S60

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