Three festive treats from Scot Scope with big savings on popular golf GPS watches and rangefinder.
Shot Scope has been one of the most popular brands in the GPS and rangefinder markets and three of their stand-out products are on offer… just in time for Christmas.
Also by ordering direct from Shot Scope you get fast and free delivery and the company has plenty of stock, guaranteeing you will get your order in plenty of time.
The V3 GPS watch (£40 off at Shot Scope) is believed to be the most accurate GPS device on the marketplace thanks to its dual satellite technology. Shot Scope believes it has got the margin of error down to less than half a metre compared to the industry standard (three-five metres).
Packed with statistics and 35,000 courses, it is still so easy to use. The shot tracking and strokes gained features are particularly helpful while you can compare your stats against other players with similar handicaps.
There are no subscriptions or added costs and you can now get this fantastic bit of kit for £169.99, saving yourself £40. Click here for further details.
The G3 GPS watch (£40 off at Shot Scope) also scores well for accuracy and comes with more than 36,000 preloaded courses. Again it will measure every shot and give you lay-up points to avoid hazards.
Also comes with front and carry distances for hazards and, like the V3, there are no hidden subscription costs.
This pioneering GPS watch is available at Shot Scope for just £109.99. Click here for further details.
The PRO L1 is packed with clever features which make it easy and simple to extract accurate measurements.
The display is available in black or red for ease of use, whatever the weather. It utilises target-lock vibration technology to give its user 100% confidence they have got the correct yardage.
It also comes with the incredibly useful adaptive slope technology so you won’t get outfoxed hitting up or downhill.
About the Author
Mark Flanagan has been a golf journalist since 2008 having worked at a number of daily newspapers before that as part of the sports teams.
He’s been playing golf since the age of 11, starting out at Olton in the West Midlands and has also been a member at Hull, Waterton Park near Wakefield and Hollins Hall in Baildon. He currently plays off a nine handicap.
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