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Approach S1 is unlike any other golf GPS. Combining a high-sensitivity GPS receiver with a lightweight, flexible sport watch, S1 gives you distance information to the front, back and middle of greens. You can measure individual shot distances, track how far you walk on the course, and then use the alarm to get you up in the morning. Approach S1 is golf's first full-featured sports watch and golf GPS in one.
Approach S1 combines a high-sensitivity GPS receiver with a lightweight, flexible sport watch. Click to enlarge.
Lock In Yardages and Measure Distances
Approach S1 will have you dialed in like a pro by providing yardages to the front, back and middle of the green. The sunlight viewable screen features large numbering for at-a-glance visibility.
S1 also measures precise yardages for shots played from anywhere on the course. And for those that like to walk, there's the S1 odometer to tell you how far you traveled--on the course, or off.
No Downloads, No Subscriptions
Unlike many golf GPS devices on the market, S1 comes preloaded with more than 14,000 U.S. and Canadian courses--and Garmin's adding more all the time. There's no need for subscriptions, downloads or additional set up--S1 is ready to tee off out of the box. Instantly ain access to thousands of new and updated golf course maps.
Sleek Everyday Watch
S1's cool look belies the tough, rugged, waterproof design. Fitted for course playability, S1 also functions as an every day watch. There's an alarm, rechargeable lithium ion battery and S1 sets its time and time zone automatically.
What's in the Box
Approach S1, Charging/Data Clip, AC Charging Adapter, Owner's Manual
|Provides yardages to the front, back and middle of the green.||Precise yardages for shots played from anywhere on the course.|
A friend of mine had bought this watch. We both have sky caddies and when I saw his I said I got to get me one of those. Read morePublished on July 10 2012 by sully
This watch is great on the course. You tend to get lazy and rely on the watch for all distances. Your golf game is much quicker as you are not looking for markers etc. Read morePublished on June 15 2012 by Stafford