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Joe Valentine - Kansas City, MO

I've used the GPS feature on The Grint iOS app

Currently use a Precision Pro NX7 Pro for yardage

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TESTERS ANNOUNCED! We've got TEN forum members who are going to see if the SkyCaddie LX5 GPS watch is going to be the best tool for them to hear "Pin high" just a little more often! @AGut

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Mark Harr from Broadview Heights, OH

Been using GPS devices since SkyCaddie SG1 (2001? 2002?).  Have used SkyCaddie SG1, 2.5, Breeze, Touch, SX500, Callaway Sg100(?).  Have tried various apps on Apple Watch (none more than once).

Currently use SkyCaddie SX500, and trying new ShotScope V3.

 

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David Trejo - Whittier, CA

I have used and continue to use a Garmin Approach S5, and several GPS apps on my IPhone. 
Currently, I have been utilizing a Bushnell   V4 rangefinder. 

M4 Driver; JPX 919 Forged irons (4-gap wedge); Mac Daddy SW; Oworks 7s putter; Tour Bx ball

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Butch sides. Concord,NC

I used a sky caddie handheld for 3-4 years.Now use a Busnell Neo Xs watch for the last 4 years.
I use markers on course along with the Bushnell Neo xs watch.

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Driver :cobra-small: King F6 matrix White Tie shaft

3 Wood : :taylormade-small: Rocketballz 15* Matrix Ozik X-con5

5 wood :taylormade-small: Rocketballz 19* Matrix Ozik X-con5

Hybrid :taylormade-small: Burner 3H , :cobra-small: King F7 4-5 hybrid

Irons  6-PW :cobra-small:  King Cobra SZ

wedges  :cleveland-small: CG16 52*,56*

Putter :odyssey-small:  Sabertooth

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Walt Valora in Southern New Jersey 

No.

I rely on a range finder (Nikon Cool Shot), my playing partner with a GPS, or pace off the yardage from the hole markers or sprinkler heads.

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Jeff - Minneapolis

Yes I have used several. Had a very early GolfLogix handheld, had a pretty early SkyCaddie handheld, had a Garmin watch, currently have a small Garmin handheld

If I’m playing my home course, I’m pretty much laser only. If I’m playing somewhere else, I use my Garmin GPS device to get hazards and front-back green yardages, but will also use my Bushnell rangefinder. 

 

 

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  1. Jeffrey Patrick, Wellfleet - MA
  2. Personally no, but I ask for a read from my brother's Garmin on every shot outside 150 whenever we play.
  3. I use the SwingU app on a Google Pixel Phone, have been really impressed with its accuracy so far. not super friendly to run on the phone though...

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Titleist Scotty Camron - Studio Design 2.5

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