Garmin Approach CT10 Club Tracking System
Is your 6-iron really your 150-yard club? How far do you consistently hit your drives, really? Is it a pitching wedge shot? Or more like a 9-iron? It's easy to know for sure with Approach CT10 golf club trackers that automatically track every shot on any club - even your putts.
What's Included in the Box?
- Sensors (Full Set includes 14, Starter Set includes 3)
CT10 Golf Club Tracking System
Garmin has officially announced the release of their first golf game tracker, the Garmin Approach CT10 golf club tracking system! This product is available in two set sizes: Full (14 sensors @ $299.99) and Starter (3 sensors @ $79.99). This is the GPS giant's first step into the still-young game tracker market where they will be competing against market leader Arccos Golf and other brands like Game Golf and SkyGolf.
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Easy to Install
The lightweight and secure sensors easily attach to the end of a club’s grip. Weighing in at just 3 ounces, you won’t even notice the sensors on your clubs while you play.
Auto Shot Detection
Once your CT10 sensors are paired and connected to your clubs, there’s no more fuss with your sensors. The Auto Shot Detection feature allows you to track and analyze every detail of their round - from drive to approach to putt - without having to press a button during your round.
View Club Stats on Your Wrist
You can pair the CT10 sensors to your compatible Garmin Approach S60 or Garmin Approach S20. Your compatible Garmin watch will automatically display stats for your CT10-paired club as you pull it out of your bag. You’ll be able to see how far you typically hit that club and your accuracy to the fairway or green.
Access More Stats with the Garmin Golf App
Get even more out of your CT10 sensors by downloading the free Garmin Golf App. Review your stats in the Garmin Golf app for accuracy to the fairway or green and for drives, approach shots, chip shots and putting to help you know what parts of your game need more focus. You can also track strokes gained data and stats to show how many strokes you have gained or lost relative to a baseline comparison to other players in your group.
Full Set (14 Sensors)
Attach sensors to every club in your bag to find out how far you consistently hit each club and accurately track every stroke in your round.
Starter Set (3 Sensors)
Add sensors to your wedges and putter to track chip shots next to the green and your putts, and rely on your Approach S60 or Approach S20 AutoShot feature to track your other shots.