SkyCaddie Touch now available

The SkyCaddie Touch is now available to buy in the UK. As the company’s ‘flagship’ DMD the Touch is claimed to be a next-generation GPS rangefinder. The main competitive advantage enjoyed by SkyCaddie Touch is the ability to link via Bluetooth to the free SkyGolf 360 app on a mobile phone, to instantly download the very latest golf course maps to the Touch before each game.

Product highlights also include a feature-set giving golfers the ability to use SkyCaddie’s exclusive golf course information database for course management, including up to 40 target points per hole. SkyCaddie Touch users pay an annual membership fee, but as a launch promotion SkyCaddie is offering 12-months Birdie Membership, giving Touch buyers a year’s free access to SkyGolf’s TrueGround Course Maps in the UK and Republic of Ireland, plus a box (one dozen) of Bridgestone’s four-piece B330-RX golf balls.

Jacqui Surman, SkyCaddie vice president of International Sales and Marketing said, “Having all 35,000 TrueGround Courses pre-loaded in HoleVue quality on the Touch, with the addition of the free year’s Birdie Membership and one dozen top-of-the-range Bridgestone B330-RX golf balls, makes the Touch an extraordinarily attractive GPS product for golfers.” RRP: £329.95, more at:

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