Looking to get a jump on your Father’s Day shopping? Garmin is rolling out a sale just in time for the start of those summer months. There are discounts on several Garmin items, so let’s take a look:
Approach S20: $149.99 from $199.99
The Garmin Approach s20 is the ideal golf watch/fitness tracker. When on the links, take advantage of AutoShot, which automatically records and measures shot distances and transfers it all to the Garmin cell phone app for instant post-round analysis. The s20 can also be paired with compatible Garmin swing sensors to provide metrics on improving swing consistency and of course keeps track of all fairways hit, greens in regulation and putts per round, leaving you to focus only on your game.
Off the course, the s20 monitors your daily activity, and even reminds you to get up and move when the time is right. The s20 keeps track of your steps, calories burned, distance traveled and sleep patterns. Oh, and did we mention this watch looks cool, too?
Approach X40: $199.99 from $249.99
Fans of a sleeker, more compact sports band will fall in love with the Garmin Approach X40. It’s a slim, lightweight GPS golf band that takes care of you on and off the course. For golfers, the x40 displays distances to the front, back and middle of the green and boasts AutoShot to record and measure shot distances.
And when taking a break from golf, the x40 helps you maintain an active lifestyle. It monitors your steps, calories burned and even your heart rate with exclusive Elevate wrist heart rate technology. The x40 also pairs with your smartphone to receive smart notifications for incoming calls, texts and other alerts, all while featuring a generous battery life of up to 10 hours in GPS mode and 5 days in watch mode.
Approach G8: $299.99 from $349.99
With a beautiful 3-inch color touch display, the Garmin Approach G8 is a must-have when on the golf course. It comes preloaded with more than 40,000 golf courses from around the world and receives updates automatically without the need for fees or subscriptions. It boasts PlaysLike Distance, which gives golfers the exact distance to the target and even adjusts to inclines or declines, making for a much truer reading than most devices. PinPointer lets you know exactly where the pin is on a hole, even if you can’t see it, which will definitely come in handy on those long par 5’s. And of course, the G8 acts as a digital scorecard so you’ll always be able to keep track of how your round is going without the hassle of using that tiny pencil to write things down.
And should you get a text message or e-mail while you’re playing, the message will be sent right to your G8 device, making it truly the one device you need with you on the course.
Approach G10: $99.99 from $129.99
Watches and hand-held devices are nice for some, but others just want to forget about having to wear or hold a GPS device on the course. For that, look no further than the Garmin Approach G10. This baby is the ideal digital scorecard and golf tech accessory that clips right to your pants pocket or belt.
It displays distances to the front, back and middle of the green and lets you know of any hazards along the way. Green View displays the shape of the green with manual pin placement while the G10 comes preloaded with 40,000 courses and it also looking for free course updates at no cost to you. The G10 is water-rated, too, so it’ll be ready for those rainy days or sudden showers when you least expect it.
TruSwing: $99.99 from $149.99
There’s only one way to truly know how you’re performing on the course: data. And with Garmin’s TruSwing, you’ll get the most accurate and intricate information relayed to you through your game, helping you to improve where you need it and brag where you can.
The TruSwing golf sensor tracks your swings to see how your mechanics affect ball flight and shot results. Other metrics include swing temp, speed, club-path measurements and critical club angles. All of the data uploads directly to the Garmin Connect app on your smartphone, making sure all of your information is organized right where you can find it.
It’s a small, lightweight sensor that mounts directly below your club grip and is so unobtrusive and sleek, you’ll forget you even have it.