31 Jul '13, 2pm

Review: Garmin Approach S2: Golfmagic tests out the new Garmin GPS watch...

Review: Garmin Approach S2: Golfmagic tests out the new Garmin GPS watch...

Michael tests out Garmin Approach S2 This year’s golf watch offering from Garmin is the S2 . Button operated and pre-loaded with 30,000+ courses globally and by some magic formula it is even easier to use than its predecessor the S3! There are no hidden costs and it's free from any subscription charges. Simply rock up for your round and forget about anything other than switching on the watch. And remembering your clubs, of course. On doing so, the automatic course detection flags the top 10 courses in proximity order. Once selecting your course, you will move straight into ‘game mode’ - something I found extremely useful on the few times I went from car park to first tee in a matter of minutes. The watch is battery operated with an eight-hour life in GPS mode or three weeks to a month as an everyday watch. In this updated model of the popular Approach series there is now a...

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