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Replaced by the Garmin Approach S4 Watch Amazon.com: Check price now Golfsmith: Check price now improved over the earlier generation S1.
The Bad: We had one hiccup requiring a restart when initially updating the device software.
The Approach S1 was the first golf GPS watch we reviewed, and we quickly became big fans of the form factor.
Having distances readily available on your wrist keeps things moving – no more digging around in pockets or unclipping a GPS from your belt.
The Bad: Accessing the Green View during play is a multiple-step process.
We found the Garmin Approach S3 to be as accurate as other dedicated golf GPS devices, consistently providing readings within 3-5 yards of the actual distance to the center of green, though on occasion we did see greater variance to near and far green points versus on-course markings.
The additional functionality offered by the S3, along with the easy-to-use interface and sleek good looks, lift it even higher on our list. Well, when we mentioned that you can add your own custom hazards and targets, you may have noticed that we didn’t reference any pre-mapped hazards and targets…because there are none.
Bummer, because the high cost of Titleist Pro V1s would seem to prescribe some contemplation of whether you can actually clear that creek that cuts through the middle of the fairway.
The Bad: No online golf portal on which to save scores. Details: Suggestion Box: We hope that Garmin steps it up and offers an online portal, along the lines as those from Callaway, Motorola and Sky Golf.
These online portals offer a variety of different functionality, including the ability to review scores and statistics online, track shot locations, as well as provide course overviews, review courses in advance of play, and share/compare your scores with other players.
The Good: Our readers already know our feeling on golf GPS watches – we love ’em!