Using SureShotGPS’s new Hero 750X device is like having a professional caddy by your side on the golf course to give you the best advice and accurate distances to help you shave even more shots off your game.
The handheld GPS device has a colour 2.2-inch transreflective screen so it’s easy to read even in bright sunlight.
Right out of the box, the Hero 750X has all of the Australian and New Zealand courses already preloaded.
It has automatic course recognition so all you have to do is turn up in the tee and the device will know where you are.
And if you’re heading overseas for a golfing holiday you can access the SureShotGPS database of more than 10,000 international courses.
Players can view distance to the front, centre and back of the green in a large easy-to-read fond so you can be confident with your club selection.
The most common mistakes a golfer can make is misjudging the distance and using the wrong club.
You can also find out things like carry distances to hazards which are easy to recognise on the colour screen.
You can also measure individual shot distances so you can see exactly how far you can hit each club
The Hero 750X has a simple layout so it’s easy to read during your round.
The device can even help you keep score and access par and stroke index for each hole on your course at the press of a button.
A unique feature of the Hero 750X is the ability to create your own map or edit existing maps to add your own touch and your own information.
SureShotGPS Hero 750X can also be used to measure how far you’ve walked, the duration of your round and the calories you’ve burnt.
And if you get caught in the rain, there’s no need to worry the device will be affected thanks to the IPX6 water resistant rating.
Whether it’s attached to your belt or your bag, the SureShotGPS Hero 750X will always be there when you need it.
It is available in white/grey or white orange and is priced at $299.