Bringing your golf clubs on vacation? Don’t forget a golf GPS device to gain an advantage on unknown courses.
A good golf GPS should be small enough to fit anywhere. After all, you have to carry it, your clubs, and everything else around a course, and you probably don’t want a second weight in your pockets, unless you want to balance out your smartphone.
Light and Lasting
Battery life will make the difference between a useful tool and something weighing down your golf bag. Check the mAh (milliamp hours) of the battery; the more, the better.
Wearable or Handheld
Options for attaching your golf GPS device to various places on your bag and person will also be useful. Depending on your personal style, you may want it on your wrist, on your belt, attached to your cart, hanging off your bag, or in your pocket. It’s also important as wearable tech proliferates; nobody wants to be the guy with a watch on each wrist.