Takes the mystery out of my situation when there are no markers available.
7 September 2014
Summary: Fine so far. It took me awhile to figure out a battery strategy. I finally bought rechargeable batteries with charger. Now I charge the batteries after every round(18 holes). It is my friend on the golf course even though I cannot hit my shots to precise distance( I am a 20+ handicapper). It is nice to know how far I should be hitting the ball.
Fantastic product, once you use it, you will never play without it.
5 August 2014
Summary: Bought this product used, looked and runs like brand new, great price, gives you all the information you need on the golf course, when used in the bright sun it enhances the screen to see it better, easy to scroll from one screen to another, does everything, the size is just right if you carry it up to your shot, you can slip it into your pocket until next shot, GPS is very fast hooking up to satellites, this does it all.
Summary: What a great product. Compared to a previous golf gps this is so much better. It doesn't fade after 15 seconds, it has different options, which are fun. It does run on aa batteries, so get some good lithium or rechargeable batteries.
Summary: I bought this for the '14 golf season. The product performs as described. Pros: Waterproof, Scorecard, Multiple Yardage Points Cons: Screen could be brighter (But that would drain the battery), it would be nice if it came with rechargeable batteries. Overall: Great product, and I believe it fits every golfer's needs.
Summary: Well, I guess I must be harder to please than most of you folks. I think this is a piece of junk. Tiny, hard to read, hard to see in bright sun screen. Unless you have very small fingers the touch screen is hard to use because of small size. Battery life is poor. I used it several times and sold it on Ebay.
Summary: Nice GPS. It does all the basic stuff which is what I needed it for and has the preview feature which is important to me since I sometimes play new courses and need to preview the course before actually playing it in tournaments. I also own a Callaway uPro that works fine too but due to the ending of support for it, I wanted a different one and the Garmin G3 suits my needs because it's USGA legal. The later models, G6 and later are not legal.
Summary: When reading the reviews, I was a little skeptical about being able to see the small screen. The screen is perfectly viewable, even with my old eyes. I wanted a GPS that was simple to use. This is it. The only thing I normally do is go to the green view and move the pin to where I see it on the green. It was very affordable. It also has any course I want in the system, no loading of courses and no subscription fee. You wont be sorry for buying this one.