Our SkyCaddie Gimme Review will be available as soon as we get some user feedback. It’s a basic golf GPS with distance to the front, middle and back of every green in a large unit with big bold numbers. It looks very similar to the less expensive Izzo Swami 4000, which has no annual fees.
SkyCaddie Gimme User Rating:
3.12 out of 5 (13 reviews)
Score compiled from multiple sources.
SkyCaddie’s new Sport Series devices offer a lower price point than previous SkyCaddie models, but SkyCaddie continues to require annual membership fees. They continue to market their GPS products as superior based upon “ground-corrected course maps”, however user reviews show that SkyCaddie users are not any more satisfied than users of golf GPS devices that don’t required a paid subscription.
SkyCaddie has some pretty big names in their advertisements, from Peter Jacobson and Natalie Gulbis to Hank Haney and Michael Breed. Maybe that’s why they need to charge annual fees, but we’re still not buying. Other golf GPS devices get better reviews and they don’t have extra fees.
|Course Download Fees||Yes|
|Pre-loaded with Courses||Yes|
|Measure Shot Distance||Yes|
|Screen Size||2.2 inch|
|Display Type||TFT color LCD|
|Manual Pin Positioning||No|
|Computer Analysis Tools||No|
|Aerial Hole View||No|
|Green Rotates to your shot angle||N/A|
|Add Courses Manually||No|
|USGA Compliant (local rule)||Yes|
|Notes||Big readable numbers|
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