Summary: My first gps and the yardage to green is accurate. Won't tell you distance to hazards but you can always map it. I also didn't like paying for a membership and downloading courses. I do recommend if you only play local courses.
Summary: this was a replacement for one stolen....although the first bushnell neo + i had, displayed a note that battery charging complete. this new one doesn't. checked with bushnell.....they didn't have an answer.
Summary: Bushnell Neo-Plus golf GPS is a better GPS than what I previously owned. My only complaint is the lack of information provided with the purchase. A comprehensive brochure would be helpful. I am not sure if I'm using or applying the full resources of the product.
Summary: While I love having this GPS, it's extremely hard to read the lower numbers (front and back measurements). Either the numbers should be in black and the background in white or else it needs to appear MUCH brighter.
Summary: works okay but would not but it again. this was my second bushnell gps and both of them kept losing the rubbers . the rubbers come loose after using it for awhile. not good. have to resort to using a tee to operate the functions.
Summary: Satisfied with the NEO for the price. This is my third in four years, it has courses preloaded,16,000 not the 25,000 advertised in some places. Seems to be a satelite delay at times as you move thru the course. Acuracy is good compared to friend competitive range finders and golf cart supplied GPS. My last two Neo's lasted about 18 months each, hope this one performs better.
Summary: I owned the original Igolf version that held only 10 courses for over 4 years and it finally broke because of the one piece non replaceable button strip that wore out on the unit. I have to tell you I absolutely loved it and was sorry that it broke. At the same time excited because I was going to purchase the new one with all those pre-loaded courses. Quickly the excitement fizzled when I purchased my new one.