GPS could help on the adventurous who want to go climb a mountain, as well as being able to show the way back to their camp in place. For those of you who like to play golf, the device is able to help you to get to know the distance between your balls with pins, so you can estimate the sticks where you will be using and the speed of the blow as what precisely so that the ball can fit into the pin. Then, about their products, there is a wide range of well and one of them even the most famous is the Garmin. Garmin G-series is the most famous, let’s make them into forms of comparison and here we chose the Garmin Approach G7 and Garmin Approach G6.
Garmin Approach G7 has some offerings on club recommendations based on tracking or prior shot distances. Its ability is about receiving email, text, and call alerts especially for those who have iPhone 4S or later. The screen is 2.6 diagonal and 160 x 240 pixels, lacks the ability to point in the direction of the center of the green for blind shots, and no ability to download course updates via Wi-Fi. With Garmin Approach G7, you will be provided by slope-adjusted distances and can be recommended by clubs, it runs afoul of Rule 14-3 and is therefore illegal for tournament play even with a Local Rule permitting devices that can measure the distance. The battery can last for 15 hours, while the multiple scoring options for up to four players, and tracks fairways hit too. How about the distance? It can provide distances to front/center/back and doglegs, and the ability to pinpoint any target on the course. They have a plan about their attack that users can display layup arcs at 100, 150, 200 and 250 yards on either of these devices.
Garmin Approach G6 is one of golf GPS devices that comes with all the best features from Garmin. It can handheld 2.6 diagonal in a sleeker design and 0.8 thick and 3.4 ounces weight. It is lightweight even the smallest one that equipped with preloaded courses with no additional yearly or per course fees. It features the brightly colored maps with also a high level of course image detail. Garmin G6 are also augmented with colored layup arcs that provide context on the hole’s layout. To prove, you can touch any point on the map and the G6 will tell you the distance to that point, and the distance from that point to the middle of the green. The other features is about a scorecard with multiple scoring options, statistics and club distance averages, and two new buttons for quick access to the green view, the shot measuring function, and the digital scorecard. The rechargeable battery has a claimed life of up to 15 hours which is longer than you think.
Both the G7 and G6 units have an ability to remember how far you hit with each club. According to the data, they have some recommendations on which club to use based on your previously recorded shot distances. Never considering your selection again. Exclusive to the Garmin G7 with its complete with a larger or 3” screen which are new features, plus including innovative PinPointer technology and built-in WiFi. With built-in WiFi, the Approach G7 can download course updates when connected to a WiFi network. These automatic downloads come with no additional charge. We recommend you to stay up-to-date with the G7 of course.