How a Golf GPS System Works

Like if this Guide is helpful

From GolfBay.com.au, Easygreen iterates on their original golf GPS watch with the WR67. Updates to the original WR62 include black and white color options, longer battery life (a claimed 15 hours, up from 12 with the WR62), tee time start function (allows players to set a time in advance, then the watch will start locating the course and preparing for play in advance of your time so you’ll be ready on the 1st tee) and adjustable band. The watch is a close cousin of the Bushnell NEO-X watch, with limited hazard information in addition to front, center and back of green distances.

The Easygreen WR67 GPS watch comes pre loaded with over 30,000 courses (and over 32,500 available in total) through their partnership with iGolf, which also provides course information to Bushnell. The watch has all of the basics that you would expect in a golf GPS watch, including automatic course recognition and hole advance, auto-off to preserve battery life, and the ability to track shot distances (no ability to save this information or for the watch to calculate club averages, however). Everyday features include time, date, alarm, odometer, and stopwatch. At the end of a round, the watch will display total distance and time. The watch has a stainless steel bezel, buttons and clasp, and is waterproof to 30 meters (if you’re diving deeper than that to retrieve your ball, we find this curious).

Pricing remains the same as with the original Easygreen WR62 GPS watch and the company continues to provides devices without additional yearly or per course fees, making it one of the least expensive golf GPS watches available. The Eeasygreen WR67 comes with a 2 year warranty.

Have something to share, create your own Guide... Write a Guide
Explore more Guides