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Pyle Audio Personal Golf GPS Watch arrives just in time for The Masters

Pyle Audio Personal Golf GPS Watch arrives just in time for The Masters

By 10 April 2014

US manufacturer of sports gear and home and car audio kit, Pyle Audio, has launched its first golf GPS watch. The Personal Golf GPS Watch comes pre-loaded with over 20,000 golf courses and features location-based technology to detect which course is closest.... >>

Epson dabbles in smartphone golf swing sensor market with the M-Tracer for Golf MT500G

Epson dabbles in smartphone golf swing sensor market with the M-Tracer for Golf MT500G

By 10 February 2014

Seiko Epson has announced a golf swing sensor that attaches to a club and sends the data back to your smartphone via Bluetooth. The company is to enter the wearables market soon, and while not strictly "wearable" the M-Tracer for Golf MT500G is an indication... >>

Garmin Approach G7 and G8 will make you a better golfer

Garmin Approach G7 and G8 will make you a better golfer

By 21 January 2014

Garmin has announced its latest golf handhelds to join the Approach range: the G7 and G8. Both devices feature colour touchscreens with more than 30,000 preloaded international courses. The battery will last for several rounds before needing a charge... >>

Hands-on: GolfSense iPhone and Android swing tracker review

Hands-on: GolfSense iPhone and Android swing tracker review

By 15 May 2013

Golf is a beast of game to get right. Even after countless hours of practice on a range and years of games on a course, you can still end up shanking a ball into someone's back garden, with little understanding of what went wrong. So anything that can... >>

Hands-on: Garmin Approach S2 review

Hands-on: Garmin Approach S2 review

By 12 April 2013

It's golfing season and just as The Masters 2013 gets under way, Pocket-lint played a few holes with Garmin and its latest Approach S2 GPS golf watch. GPS golf watch, eh? You may be wondering why you'd ever want such a device, as smartphones seem to do... >>

The Masters 2013: Why this year's coverage will be Sky Sports' most advanced yet

The Masters 2013: Why this year's coverage will be Sky Sports' most advanced yet

By 4 April 2013

Sky is the first foreign broadcaster permitted to use hardware on the Augusta National course during this year's Masters Golf Tournament from 11 to 14 April. It will be placing ball flight-tracing cameras behind the tees on the 10th and 13th holes, next... >>

Game Golf in funding phase, tracks your round shot by shot on iPhone and more

Game Golf in funding phase, tracks your round shot by shot on iPhone and more

By 5 March 2013

There have been plenty of gadget golfing aids over the years, from laser pin finders and GPS positioning navigators to RFID golf balls you can find in the rough. However, few, if any, will help you improve your actual game. They serve different functions,... >>

SensoGlove will improve your golf game with real-time audio and visual feedback

SensoGlove will improve your golf game with real-time audio and visual feedback

By 27 September 2012

Sensosolutions has begun selling an advanced version of its SensoGlove that helps improve your golf game by measuring and analysing your swing. The SensoGlove now has a longer battery life and features “Automatic Sensitivity Selection”. Press a button... >>

GolfBuddy Voice pictures and hands-on

GolfBuddy Voice pictures and hands-on

By 11 July 2012

We've dabbled with Golf GPS systems here on Pocket-lint before, namely the Garmin Approach G5 and Approach S1 watch. However, when you don't quite need all the features those kind of devices offer, and you'd like to know how far away from the flag you... >>

Stewart Golf X7 Lithium Remote Golf Trolley pictures and hands-on

Stewart Golf X7 Lithium Remote Golf Trolley pictures and hands-on

By 11 July 2012

Many mull over the question, "What do you buy the man who has everything?" The answer is quite simple: get him a better version of something he already has, and what better an idea than an upgrade to his conventional push or pull golf trolley? Stewart... >>