👇FULL REVIEW & CHEAPEST PLACE I COULD FIND IT👇
Garmin Approach S60:
Garmin Fenix 5:
Garmin Vivoactive 3:
Apple Watch (Amazon):
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►ABOUT THIS VIDEO.
This video will compare 4 different golf GPS watches. I’ll be talking about which one is best for you and also the cheapest place to pick them up.
The first is the Garmin Approach S60. This is probably the most advanced golf-specific watch. The S60 will show you the distance to any point on the course, has the Plays Like feature, PinPointer, and a few more non-golf fitness tracking.
The second is the Fenix 5 golf watch. This is a multi-sport watch that’s designed for people who do outdoor activities such as hiking, climbing, and swimming. It’s an expensive watch and isn’t the most comfortable because it’s big and bulky and heavy-duty.
The third is the Vivoactive 3. This is identical to the Fenix in terms of golf features and is better in my opinion because it’s smaller, lighter, and more compact. It’s also much less money.
The last one is the Apple Watch. This is a watch that can download 3rd party golf apps to give you the distance to the green and also hazards and doglegs. It’s high quality like most Apple products and the watch is fairly good for golf.
Overall, if you want a golf-specific watch that has the most features we’d recommend the Garmin S60. If you want a multi-sport watch we’d recommend the Garmin Vivoactive 3. Share this video:
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