Summary: After our golf guru died, we purchased this golf GPS. I spent hours trying to download from iGolf. Even after 2 phone calls to customer service, and getting his directions via e-mail, I still had no success. Had my computer dr.
Summary: Used for about 10 rounds - yardage is good, scoring OK, but when you are trying to gauge a shot distance, it takes anywhere from 10 to more than 30 seconds from the time I pull it from my belt clip for the unit to actually display the yardage.
Summary: You should make sure to hold tight this yardage during the game. If you drop it on the course, it can be broken and the Bushnell repair center tell you it is outside the warranty. It works great within your hands, but when it falls from your hand, it goes out of order.
Summary: Having problems with support from Bushnell. GPS unit does not work properly. Cannot get any help from Bushnell. When I do get connected, with support ,which takes forever. Wait time is 15 to 20 minutes on average. They cut me off. Very P Oed.
Summary: I am now a total expert on Bushnell Golf GPS's having owned the Yardage Pros XG, XGC and Neo. Of these, the XGC was the only one that worked properly. It has problems, but I was able to read yardage. Pros: Good Satellite Reception. Good data (with $35 subscription to iGolf - annual.
Badly Designed, Bulky, Lousy software, Defective unit too
Max Rockbin, Amazon
21 July 2010
Summary: I am now a total expert on Bushnell Golf GPS's having owned the Yardage Pros XG, XGC and Neo. Of these, the XGC was the only one that worked properly. It has problems, but I was able to read yardage. But this is an XG Review: Pros: Good Satellite Reception.
Summary: I have had a Yardage Pro for over a year and have had several problems. #1 the rubber USB port cover is poorly designed since it's attachment point is very thin and runs under the edge of the battery cover.