SkyCaddie GPS players continue domination of Legends Tour as DaSilva wins

Yet again SkyCaddie GPS users demonstrated the value of having accurate yardages well beyond the capabilities of laser, by dominating the leaderboard at this weekend’s OFX Irish Legends tournament at Seapoint Golf Links in County Louth, Ireland.

Winner Adilson da Silva and the next seven finishers all used SkyCaddie GPS during the tournament.

The victory was DaSilva’s sixth on the Legends Tour, and it propels him to third place in the 2024 Legends Tour MCB Road To Mauritius Order Of Merit behind England’s Peter Baker, a fellow SkyCaddie golfer, and Australia’s Scott Hend.

After three core Legends Tour events so far this season – all of which have been won by golfers using SkyCaddie GPS yardages – an astonishing 19 of the current Top 25 on the O.O.M are SkyCaddie users.

“This sends a clear message to all competitive golfers – SkyCaddie GPS works!” said SkyCaddie’s Director of Sales & Operations EMEA, James Holmes.

“Without SkyCaddie’s ultra-accurate GPS yardages you are putting yourself at a disadvantage if you play for your club team, or compete as an individual at any level, or if you are a PGA Pro playing for money in official tournaments.

“SkyCaddie GPS is not like any other, and our maps don’t appear anywhere else. To create them, we survey every golf course on foot painstakingly, so you can trust the yardages. And the new generation of SkyCaddies, headed by the remarkable PRO 5X Tour Book GPS, are lightning-fast to give you instant carry or layup distances, in incredible detail, including a yardage exactly to today’s pin if SkyPins is in play at the event.

“Our features are designed specifically for keen golfers who think about every shot.”

Holmes continued: “Over 70% of Legends Tour players are now using SkyCaddie GPS by choice at every event, and so far this season those competitors are dominating the Order Of Merit.

“Using SkyCaddie’s ground-mapped yardages to plan your next shot, whether you use it solo or in conjunction with your laser, simply gives you a better chance of scoring well”, he concluded.

“The proof is right here, on the Legends Tour!”

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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.