Garmin Golf GPS Watches

There’s quite a collection of Garmin Golf GPS watches and for the most part, nobody does it better than Garmin. When it comes to basic golf watches, we probably lean toward Bushnell, but for slick, feature-rich golf GPS watches, Garmin is definitely the leader.

Here’s the rundown of currently available Garmin GPS Golf Watches!


Best Garmin Golf GPS Watches
Garmin Approach S10 - Read Full Review

We are thrilled that Garmin finally has a new basic golf watch. We think this will be the best-selling golf watch on the market for awhile to come. Why? Because it does everything most golfers want in a golf watch and it's lightweight and compact. On the main screen, you will see distances to the front, middle, and back of the green, plus the hole number and par. The shape of the green is also right there on the same screen. If you need hazard information, it's one screen away. Many golfers won't ever touch the watch after starting a round. A simple glance will tell them what they need to know. You can also keep score on this watch and upload your scores to Garmin Express so your playing history is always available. It doesn't offer a way of tracking your stats, so if you are looking for that feature, check out Garmin's other golf watches.

Rating: 99.00
Weight: 1.2 oz.   Legal: Yes
Garmin Approach S20 - Read Full Review

We're recommending the Garmin S20 for anyone looking for a golf watch. It has some nice advanced features if you're a little bit of a golf geek, but if you want to keep it simple, you can do that too. The S20 combines smartwatch features of phone notifications, activity tracking, and sleep tracking with a golf watch loaded with features. The main golf screen displays the distance to the front, middle, and back of the green plus the green shape. You can manually change the pin position for more precise distance. Distances to doglegs and the front and back of hazards is a button press away. Not only is there a scorecard, but the S20 can automatically track all of your full shots. On Garmin Connect, you can see your full hole graphic locations of your shots, distances, and clubs used (not including putts). This watch also automatically gets any updates for courses you play regularly and it has excellent battery life.

Rating: 4.31
Weight: 1.5 oz.   Legal: Yes
Garmin Approach X40 - Read Full Review

The Garmin X40 packs in both golf and fitness tracking features into a small band that you can wear all the time. The activity tracking includes steps, distance, calories burned, heart rate and activity intensity. For golf, you get the usual distances to the front, middle, and back of the green, plus hazards. It has a scorecard with stat-tracking, plus AutoShot tracking measures and records your shot distances automatically. It also connects to your smartphone for notifications.

Rating: 4.22
Weight: 1.1 oz.   Legal: Yes
Garmin Approach S60 - Read Full Review

Garmin's newest golf watch looks to be a sophisticated golf watch, fitness watch, and smartwatch. It will be released in the summer of 2017 and we look forward to exploring all the features here very soon!

Rating: 3.86
Weight: 1.8* oz.   Legal: Yes
Garmin Vivoactive HR - Read Full Review

If you are just looking for a golf watch, this isn't for you. However, if you are looking for a smartwatch that is a fitness tracker for running, biking, swimming as well as a golf GPS, this is well worth considering. It has 24/7 heart rate monitoring and of course can utilize Garmin Connect to analyze all of your data.

Rating: 4.06  
Weight: 1.68 oz.   Legal: Yes
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Garmin Vivoactive 3 - Read Full Review

The Garmin Vivoactive 3 just doesn't get the feedback we are looking for in a golf watch. Take a look at our favorite golf watches.

Rating: 3.10
Weight: 1.5 oz.   Legal: Yes
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