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Garmin Approach S6 might cut strokes off your golf game

Garmin Approach S6 might cut strokes off your golf game
Do you play golf? Want to improve your game? By slipping the Garmin Approach S6 on your wrist, you will have the equivalent of a golf coach on your wrist. Previous versions of the wearable helped you find your way around a golf course and also acted as a virtual personal assistant. Now, with the use of motion sensors and the accelerometer on the device, the Approach S6 can analyze your game, measuring the speed and power of your swing.

Over 30,000 courses can be called up for display on the watch's full color touchscreen, and with the use of GPS, your current location can be tracked. The "PinPointer" feature will help align you with the hole. And the Garmin Approach S6 can tell you how close you are to a sand trap, or water hazard. Since the device can sync via Bluetooth with an Apple iPad and an Apple iPhone 4s (or later), you can read emails and text messages without having to pull your phone or tablet out of your pocket or golf bag. The watch also keeps score of your current round and can even tell you how long your last drive went.

The timepiece is waterproof to 164 feet and can be ordered directly from Garmin fore for $399.99. For those serious about golf, that might seem like a small price to pay.

source: Garmin via Wired


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