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Testers ANNOUNCED! SkyCaddie LX5 Watch

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Joel Kanvik - Tulsa, Oklahoma

Garmin Approach G6 and G80

Mix of sprinklerhead covers, rangefinder (old Bushnell), and my G80

Mizuno ST200G driver, Diamana White stiff

Mizuno ST200 Tour Spoon 3 wood, Diamana White stiff

Titleist TSR 7 wood, stiff

Mizuno MP223 irons, 4-GW, Nippon Modus X-stiff

Edison Forged wedges, 55 and 59 degree, KBS Tour stiff

Mizuno M Craft II putter

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Paul Engel
Schenectady, NY

I've used Game Golf Live sensors with a smart watch and my phone, and currently use Golflogix with my iPhone.

What's in the bag


Custom Classic XL, 9, Fujikura Vista Pro 75 stiff

Ping, i20, 15, TFC 707 F (stock) stiff

Idea Black Super Hybrid, 19 Aldila Voodoo stiff

Mizuno MP Fli-hi, 18, DG SL S300, MP 52, 3–6, DG S300, Mizuno MP 62, 7–PW, DG S300

Titleist SM5 50/8, SM5 54/10, SM5 58/8, SM5 52/8, SM5 58/8

Odyssey Black Series #1 34" with black oxide finish

Vice Pro+


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  1. Mark Johnson, Towson MD
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  3. Nikon rangefinder

I would love the opportunity to compare the rangefinder to a GPS watch with front/middle/back.  My course tends to have firm and fast greens.  I often end up shooting a yardage to the pin, 150 for example, and then trying to hit it 150, only to have the ball bounce 15 yards to the back or over a green.  When I realize this, I tend to take yardage off the rangefinder, but then I tend to miss short of greens and not get the bounce I was planning on.  A GPS watch might be the solution to land the ball on the front, but on the green, to get the regular bounces I would expect.

Callaway XR16 10.0

Ping G 3 Wood

Ping G 4 Hybrid

Mizuno 850 JPX Forged 4-GW

Callaway MD3 56

Callaway PM 60

Ping Anser 2

Titleist ProV1

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  1. Matt Rogers - Peoria, AZ
  2. I use my iPhone and Apple watch as GPS devices regularly. Apps like The Grint and Hole 19.  
  3. Depending on the situation, I'll use my phone, watch, or rangefinder.

:ping-small:  G410+  9° Stiff
:cobra-small:  F9 3W
:ping-small:  i210 4-Pw Stiff
:ping-small:  3H
:titelist-small: Vokey SM7 52, 56, 60
:ping-small: Sigma
:srixon-small: Zstar

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Derrick Easton NJ

Yes, use Shot Scope, Garmin, Bushnell V3, yardage books And have used Arccos

D Titleist TSi3 

3W TM Sim2 Max

3H TM Sim 2 Max

4-PW Mizuno MP20

50 Edel

60 Callaway PM

Putter Scotty Teryllium


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Mark - Texas

i had the original Skycaddie watch. I have using the Garmin Approach S60 for a while. I mostly use it for distance except for Par 3’s where I use a Bushnell range finder. 

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David Stucky - Vienna, VA (DC area)

I’ve been using the Garmin Approach S60 for 3 seasons now so I’m very familiar w gps watches and their functionality. 

WITB (Nike Hybrid Carry):


Taylormade R1 Black Fubuki 60s

Nike VR Pro 3W 15* Project X 6.0

Adams Pro A12 3H 20* Aldila RIP Phenom S

Adams DHY 24* Matrix Ozik White Tie S

Adams CMB 5-PW KBS Tour C-Taper s-flex

Titleist Vokey SM5 52* True Temper Gold s200

Titleist Vokey SM4 56* True Temper Gold s200

Nike VR Pro Forged 60* True Temper Gold s400

Ping Cadence TR Ketsch 355g

Taylormade Lethal

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