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SkyCaddie SG4

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SkyCaddie SG4 Golf GPS Follow Up

Life in the Rough
1 December 2007
  • Conclusion: The optimum scenario would be to have both, because each offers its own benefits. If that’s not possible, then I feel that the SkyCaddie SG4 is a solid product and worth looking at .
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Overall 8
Value for money 8
Ease of use 6
Accuracy 8

Sky Golf SkyCaddie SG4

The Greenskeeper
7 September 2007
  • Conclusion: The SkyCaddie SG4 is for Avid Golfers who require a SkyCaddie with advanced features, a larger display and a long-lasting rechargeable battery. The SG4 includes SkyGolf’s patented IntelliGreen technology enabling golfers to measure the full depth of the green from any angle of approach and shows distances for all targets and hazards on any of SkyGolf’s 11,000 professionally mapped courses.
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Equipment Review: SkyCaddie SG4 Golf GPS

Life in the Rough
13 May 2007
  • Conclusion: After one round, I’m absolutely thrilled with the SkyCaddie SG4. I’ve had my eye on one for a long time, and I wasn’t disappointed. Since one of my goals is meticulous stat keeping, I’ve been struggling trying to document my shot lengths for each club manually, and now the SkyCaddie comes along and does it without any trouble whatsoever. I’m also thrilled that I don’t need to wander around looking for sprinkler heads to get approximate yardages anymore.
  • Pros: Accurate yardages from anywhere, so far as I can tell. None of the yardages the unit gave me seemed off. But I intend to do some cross checking with my laser range finder next time out, and will report back if there are any discrepancies., The added target information on the “Four Star” courses is great. Even without that, though, the yardages to front, middle, and back of each green plus the ability to measure shot distances is a huge benefit., If you don’t want to p...
  • Cons: The price is steep. I paid $349.99. That’s pretty high, and for many people it would be hard to justify that price. I was in that boat myself, which is why I’ve been coveting it for two or three years. But I came into a few extra bucks recently, and given my overall golf goals, it seems like a good investment., There is a subscription fee. While it isn’t required, not subscribing deprives you of some nice features. For instance, you wouldn’t be able to download any co...
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