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    Re: Hand Held GPS Systems, are they too advanced / expensive

    The sky caddie aire 2 are fantastic imo.
    Very accurate front /middle/back regardless of what angle you hit into the green from as sky cafdie has mapped every course individually.

    No hole display though

    They give you the hazards bunker carry etc and yearly subs is optional depending on what you want. European courses etc.

    Can be had for under 100
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    Re: Hand Held GPS Systems, are they too advanced / expensive

    download hole19 on your smartphone


    set up before you leave home via wi-fi, then your set for the round just using the phones gps
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    Re: Hand Held GPS Systems, are they too advanced / expensive

    I've got a bushnell neo ghost. It's just the ticket

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    Re: Hand Held GPS Systems, are they too advanced / expensive

    I have the Garmin G8 so basically the next version of the OP's. Very functional and compact and does for me

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    Re: Hand Held GPS Systems, are they too advanced / expensive

    I would have thought an ordnance survey map would be sufficient for your requirements Phil.
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    Re: Hand Held GPS Systems, are they too advanced / expensive

    Quote Originally Posted by HomerJSimpson View Post
    I have the Garmin G8 so basically the next version of the OP's. Very functional and compact and does for me
    Maybe so , but it's 325 flippin quid .
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    Re: Hand Held GPS Systems, are they too advanced / expensive

    Quote Originally Posted by richart View Post
    I would have thought an ordnance survey map would be sufficient for your requirements Phil.
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    Re: Hand Held GPS Systems, are they too advanced / expensive

    Quote Originally Posted by richart View Post
    I would have thought an ordnance survey map would be sufficient for your requirements Phil.
    Fair comment
    Going to download google earth to my iPhone and see if that helps.

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    Re: Hand Held GPS Systems, are they too advanced / expensive

    Quote Originally Posted by PhilTheFragger View Post
    Maybe so , but it's 325 flippin quid .
    How about the 6 , around 170
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    Re: Hand Held GPS Systems, are they too advanced / expensive

    I would think a phone app combined with a laser would be fine. But then you mentioned apple rubbish, and it ceased to make sense!

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