GolfBuddy launches next generation GPS devices

GolfBuddy is introducing the latest generation of golf GPS devices this spring, as it launches the AIM W10 GPS watch and the AIM V10 voice GPS.

The new AIM series from GolfBuddy stands for Accurate, Innovative, Measurable; and those three qualities are at the heart of its latest technology. All GolfBuddy GPS systems provide pin point accuracy and are developed exclusively for golf. Combining the most advanced GPS components and technology with a preloaded library of 40,000 courses worldwide, GolfBuddy GPS will guide you accurately through any round, on any golf course on earth.

The AIM W10 GPS watch is GolfBuddy’s most advanced smart golf GPS watch with features that include a full colour touch screen display, in-depth hole view with dual arc distance, distances to front, centre, back and hazards and a zoom in feature for when close up detail is needed. Digital scorecard, automatic course updates via Bluetooth, 13 hours battery life in GPS mode and GolfBuddy casting to a smart phone add practical benefits to the unrivalled golf applications to make the AIM W10 the hottest GPS watch for 2019.

The AIM V10 GPS combines GolfBuddy’s advanced GPS technology with unmatched simplicity of use. The AIM V10 features audio distances to front, centre and back of the green along with a clear visual display, enhanced by a larger 1.2” LCD display and large numbers for easy reading. At just 1.85” square this unit is incredibly discreet and versatile, with the option of GolfBuddy casting to a smart phone and automatic course updates via Bluetooth. 12 hours battery life in GPS mode and 8 pre-loaded languages finish off this easy to use, talking GPS unit.

Both of these GPS units benefit from the advanced technology available to new GolfBuddy owners and world renowned golf simulator brand GolfZon. Backed up by U.K. based customer support via distributor Golftech, the latest GPS technology from GolfBuddy is set to be a huge hit for 2019 with golfers and retailers alike.

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As an avid golfer since the age of eleven Dan lives and breathes all things golf.  With a current handicap of eleven he gets out and plays as often as his work life (and girlfriend) allows. Dan confesses to still being like a kid at Christmas when it comes to seeing the latest golf equipment. Having served as GolfPunk’s Deputy Editor, and resident golf geek for the past 13 years and working for golf's oldest brand, John Letters Dan brings to GOLF RETAILING an excellent understanding of the sector.