Garmin G10 Review

When you are out on the golf course it is always welcoming to know exactly how far you are away from your designated targets.

There are a number of different golf GPS Devices that can help with this. Some are complicated to use and others are rather simplistic. The Garmin G10 golf GPS is certainly one of the easier more simplistic devices.

Garmin G10 Review

Here is a Garmin G10 Review, which shows all the features of this fantastic clip-on golf GPS device.

Features

Clip on Device

The device can be clipped on to a belt, golf bag or can be kept in a pocket for ease of use. Small, simple and reliable.

PreLoaded Golf Courses

The Garmin G10 Golf GPS is also Preloaded with more than 41000 golf courses worldwide. No need for downloading. Just charge it up straight out of the box and it is ready to use for your next golf adventure. Golf Course updates are available for free on the Garmin Website.

Accurate Distances

The Garmin G10 GPS will display distances to the front, middle and back of the golf green. Most smaller GPS devices like this generally do not have distances to hazards. Distances to hazards and doglegs make this clip on device a great option.

Garmin G10 Review

Green View Display

The green view display allows a golfer to see the true shape and layout of a specific golf green. Manual repositioning of the pin can also be implemented for the days pin location.

Digital Scorecard and Stats

Keep your score on the device and add up stats like Greens, Fairways Hit and Putts. Stats can be transferred prior to the round to the very innovative Garmin Connect App for future reference.

Simplistic and Durable

The screen is clear and easy to navigate through. The device is also very lightweight and very durable. It is also IPX7 water rated, which means it is water resistant for all those rainy golf outings.

Long Battery Life

Get up to a total of 15 hours of battery life using the GPS mode. That is at least three rounds of golf before it needs to be recharged with the Rechargeable Lithium Battery.

Conclusion

If you are a golfer and really want something very simple to use as a GPS out on the Golf Course, the Garmin G10 Golf GPS is definitely one of the best.

Yardages are well displayed which really helps with club selection. Stats tracking and the digital scorecard make it one of the better GPS golf devices on the market.

Why not give it a try? Just clip it on and away you go.

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If you have any questions feel free to ask them below.

4 thoughts on “Garmin G10 Review

  1. Keith

    Impressive, really good review. Clear, well laid out, good, relevant information.
    The page is nice and clear and easy to read. Good images.
    You have struck a nice balance of describing the Garmin well without too much information or being too techy. Great to have a video too.

    Thanks for your review and I look forward to some of your future posts.

    Cheers

    1. Chris Post author

      Hi Keith

      I appreciate your comments.

      The Garmin G10 is a more simplistic GPS device targeted at golfers who just purely want yardages and being able to keep score. It does do a few other things as described in the review.

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Chris

  2. Khayyam Ishaq

    Hi Chris,

    Looks like an interesting gadget it looks like a fitness activity tracker. I did not even know one existed for helping with golf.

    Does this only work in the US or can it be used in any country?

    Is the information collated only visible at the time or does it have an accompanying app that can help give a more detailed idea of where you can improve?

    Khayyam

    1. Chris Post author

      Hi

      I appreciate your comments.

      Yes the Garmin G10 Golf GPS can be used around the world asover 40,000 golf courses have already been pre loaded. A player can also count their statistics for any given round and this can be reviewed as the Garmin G10 Golf GPS is compatible with the very innovative Garmin Connect App.

      A simple device worth considering if you want to improve your golf.

      Cheers

      Chris

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