Sunday, March 18, 2012

GolfLogix GPS-8 review

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UPDATE: Check out a new Garmin golf GPS in my Garmin Approach G5 review

The GolfLogix 2008 is the best-selling GPS for golfers. Why is it so popular? For one, it’s made by Garmin, the most popular GPS manufacturer in the world. It’s also built on the high-sensitivity eTrex platform, which translates into great accuracy (the GolfLogix 2007 used an older, less accurate GPS chipset).

As you can see in the image above, the GolfLogix provides your distance to the front, center and back of the green. It also shows up to six hazards per hole, and identifies bunkers, water, lay-ups and carries.

Also known as the GolfLogix GPS-8, one course download is included for free. For an annual fee of $29.95 you can download an unlimited amount of golf courses worldwide (there are currently over 18,000 course maps in their database, with more added every month).

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Comments

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  2. I had to reboot my Computer and lost my GolfLogic, can I get it back so I can use it.

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