Today’s Hot Deals!

We look at prices just about every day, so we notice when something is a particularly good deal.

We’ve been waiting for it and it’s finally happened. The holiday shopping season has begun and the prices have dropped…SIGNIFICANTLY!!! It’s hard to imagine some of these will go much lower, so if you are ready to start shopping, you can feel good about these Hot Deals!

Best Deals We’ve Seen Today!
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Bushnell Neo Ghost Golf GPSRead Full Review

There is a a great chance that you’re going to love the Bushnell Neo Ghost. The only problem is that more users than is typical experienced serious problems with the device. We are estimating 15% of complaints were serious enough to merit returning the unit. On the other hand, we estimate that 80% of users LOVE their Ghost! If you’re up for taking a little risk, you might just end up with the best value in a golf GPS. If you’re not, check out our Best Golf GPS list!

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Weight: N/A oz.   Legal: Yes


Garmin Approach S20Read 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.

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Weight: 1.5 oz.   Legal: Yes


Garmin Approach G10Read Full Review

The Garmin Approach G10 packs a lot into a very small package. Besides the expected distances to the front, middle, and back of every green, you’ll get the shape of the green and manual pin positioning. There’s also a scorecard with stats that can be uploaded to your Garmin Connect account, providing you with historical data and game analysis. We love the price and overall, user reviews are quite favorable.

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Weight: 1 oz.   Legal: Yes


Bushnell Neo Ion Golf WatchRead Full Review

The reviews on the Bushnell Neo Ion golf watch are turning out to be as good if not better than any golf watch we’ve seen. Our take is that Bushnell hasn’t made any big technological changes since the Neo XS, but has taken what works and put it into a nicer package. The lighter-weight, better-looking Neo Ion still provides distance to the front, middle, and back of the greens, as well as distances to hazards… AND the battery will easily last through 3 rounds!

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Weight: 1.8 oz.   Legal: Yes


Bushnell Tour V4 ShiftRead Full Review

The Bushnell Tour V4 Shift replaces the Tour V4 Slope model. Both are legal in USGA competitions that allow rangefinder as long as the Slope feature is disabled. The difference is that the V4 Shift has a slider switch on the side that is simple to use and displays on the outside of the unit when it is in Slope mode. We like this improvement from the Bushnell V4 Slope that gave no indication of the mode until you looked into it. This model will likely become the best-selling laser golf rangefinder with Slope on the market. It has Pinseeker, Jolt, and 5x magnification.

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Weight: 5.6 oz.   Legal: Yes, if Slope Switch is Down (Off).


Bushnell Tour V4 JoltRead Full Review

The Bushnell Tour V4 replaced the extremely popular Bushnell Tour V3. This model is a little bit smaller and had an easy to use focus ring. Although we think the Tour V4 is a terrific rangefinder with Jolt and Pinseeker, we think its popularity will be shared with the Bushnell Tour V4 Shift. The Shift version has Slope, but also allows you to turn it off to make it legal for most competitive events as of the 2016 rule change. If you have not interested in Slope, the Bushnell Tour V4 is an excellent choice.

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Weight: 6.6 oz.   Legal: Yes


Garmin Approach G8Read Full Review

The Garmin G8 is pretty much the ultimate golf GPS rangefinder. It has everything the Garmin G6 has, but with a sleeker design and several worthwhile new features. Until now, you could only find “slope” information on laser rangefinders. Garmin changes that with the G7 and G8, which both offer “plays like” distance that is adjusted for elevation, plus club recommendations based upon slope and your hitting distances. The G8 will also let you get notifications from your iPhone, which is a nice feature for some users, but we really love is that it has Wifi for updating golf courses.

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Weight: 3.97 oz.   Legal: Yes, when Plays Like distance and Club Advice are turned off.


GolfBuddy VoiceRead Full Review

The GolfBuddy Voice is a terrific golf GPS device. However, GolfBuddy has newer models with better battery life, excellent ratings, and a similar price. For that reason, we recommend you check out the latest from GolfBuddy.

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Weight: 1 oz.   Legal: Yes

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Garmin Approach S6Read Full Review

There is no other golf watch like the Garmin Approach S6. We think the best feature is the fairway view screen. You might not need it on your home course, but it sure comes in handy on courses you’ve never seen. It’s got all the same features as the Garmin S4. It’s also go swing metrics, but to be honest, the only reason to spend the extra money on this watch is for the fairway views.

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Weight: 1.6 oz.   Legal: Yes, providing Pin Pointer, Tempo Training, and Swing Strength are not used


Garmin Approach G30Read Full Review

Finally a new full-featured golf GPS from Garmin! This little unit comes preloaded with over 40,000 golf courses. You’ll get full hole views of every hole and touch targeting to anywhere on a hole. When you bring up Green View, you can even adjust the pin placement for more precise distance. Although the G30 drops the “Plays Like” feature found on the Garmin Approach G8 that adjusts for elevation, it does connect with your smartphone to display, text messages, emails, etc. It is small enough to carry in a pocket but also comes with a clip and a lanyard for your belt or golf bag. This model also has ‘Big Numbers’ mode for distances to the front, middle, and back of the greens.

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Weight: 2.5 oz.   Legal: Yes


Garmin Vivoactive HRRead 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.

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Weight: 1.68 oz.   Legal: Yes

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Bushnell Excel Golf GPS WatchRead Full Review

The Bushnell Excel golf watch takes a step in a new direction from previous Bushnell golf watches. The extremely popular Bushnell Neo Ion, as well as earlier models, are not loaded with features but perform extremely well at providing what most golfers want – distances to the front/middle/back of the green and hazards.

The Excel tries to merge that concept of simplicity with some added features by adding Bluetooth connectivity to your iPhone or Android phone and providing a free full-featured golf GPS app to go with it. You can now get course updates through the app and get notifications from your phone, right on your watch. You can also use the swing metrics feature to analyze your swing and review the data on the app. You’ll also find weather information and a step counter on this watch. We’re looking forward to seeing how this watch performs in the real world!

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Weight: 1.6 oz.   Legal: Yes