This watch is touchscreen and has 10,000 golf courses worldwide programmed into it, even the green shapes and pin locations, which you can drop and drag to the day's location for precise distances.
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Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) May 16, 2013
The Garmin S3 Approach GPS golf watch tells a golfer how to club up for a shot and how hard to swing according to the Heart Rate Watch Company.
"These Garmin golf watches are touchscreen and have 10,000 golf courses worldwide pre-programmed, even the green shapes and pin locations, which one can drop and drag to the day's location for precise distances," says Rusty Squire, President of the Heart Rate Watch Company. He adds, "This is the best technology for golfers that we have ever tested."
Score Keep on the Watch
The Garmin S3 Approach offers exact layup distances to multiple hazards like water, sand traps and doglegs on every hole of the course, plus it offers you on watch scorekeeping.
Touchscreen Navigation and Green Pins
Having touchscreen to navigate the watch makes it much quicker and more intuitive because it is very much like a Smartphone. "Being able to drag and drop pins to precise locations while standing over your approach shot giving you very precise distance data so you club up right and nail the shot," says Squire.
2nd Shot Verification
"Knowing where the sand traps, doglegs and other hazards are and the precise distances from your drive is key to the success of your second shot," says Squire. He adds, "Having this information makes a huge difference."
This golf watch delivers every major feature a golfer could want. "It will even let you know how many miles you walked on your round, how far each drive was and a load of statistics that can help you improve your game," says Squire.
You can get your Garmin S3 Approach at the Heart Rate Watch Company.