Garmin Approach S20 GPS Watch  €199.00


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Garmin Approach S20 Golf GPS Watch
Fashionable Look With High Resolution Display

The Garmin Approach S20 is a sleek and lightweight GPS golf watch that provides more convenience on the course with distances on over 40,000 preloaded courses including hazards plus Green View and the new Garmin AutoShot round analyser for detailed game analysis on Garmin Connect. The watch also doubles as an activity tracker¹ and provides smart notifications to connect you with your active lifestyle.

Whether you’re leisurely playing with friends on your favourite local course or teeing up on that amazing resort course you’ve always wanted to play, Approach S20 knows on which golf course you are — and how far you are from the next green. The watch’s high-sensitivity GPS receiver gives you the distance data you need to fire away with confidence. On the high-resolution display, you’ll see distances to the front, back and middle of the green, as well as hazards, doglegs and layups.

During your approach, S20’s AutoShot feature automatically detects every swing, measures your shot distance and records each shot’s location for post-round analysis on your Garmin Connect account. The AutoShot round analyser on Garmin Connect allows you to automatically collect comprehensive statistics about your game and allows you to get to know your real average distances per club which will help you to improve your play.

Play More Rounds:
Your Approach S20 features a long-running lithium-ion battery to carry you through long rounds or those extra holes. You can easily get in a whole weekend of golf with up to 15 hours in full GPS mode before the battery needs to be recharged. For daily use in activity tracking mode, you can expect the battery to go up to 8 weeks between recharges.

Connect With A Golfing Community:
Garmin Connect is the online golf community that gets you great post-round analysis. Automatically download your round and contrast it to your last round; track improvements to your game for every course you play. The Garmin Connect golf community can even assemble your ideal round, combining your best score for each hole to show you your true potential for each course.

Know The Green:
The Green View feature on your Approach S20 shows you the true shape and layout of the green. You can manually reposition the pin to today’s location for accurate distances to the hole.

Keep Your Score On Your Wrist:
Approach S20 easily keeps track of your score throughout your round. When you’re done, you can save, review and even use the Garmin Connect Mobile fitness app with your smartphone to upload and share that great round with your golfing buddies online.

Smart & Connected:
Never miss another important text, email or alert during a round, just because your smartphone is tucked away somewhere in your bag. Approach S20 is a smart watch that acts as a wireless extension of your compatible smart phone, displaying smart notifications, right on your watch2. Now, via Bluetooth technology, you can read that email or text you’ve been waiting for — even in the middle of the fairway. Approach S20 also provides a great new way to train your swing together with the optional Garmin TruSwing, it can pair to the sensor for immediate display of core swing metrics on the watch – no smart phone or tablet needed. S20 and TruSwing make swing intelligence like face to target, club path and swing speed available to check right from your wrist.

All The Watch You Need:
As a bonus, the handsomely styled Approach S20 golf watch even tells you the time, so you can wear it as your everyday watch. Durable and water-rated to 5 ATM (50 meters), Approach S20 also features a built-in activity tracker with prompts to help keep you moving toward a healthier lifestyle. And for those who like to walk, there’s a built-in odometer to help keep track of how much ground you’ve covered.