|Capacity Name||36,000 plus|
|Display Size||2 Inches|
|Material Type||100% Polyester|
|Number of Items||1|
|Included Components||GPS unit^instructions^charger|
|Department||Sporting Goods - Golf|
|Item Model Number||368820|
|Product Dimensions||1.02 x 7.87 x 14.22 cm; 113.4 Grams|
Bushnell Phantom Golf GPS
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- Bluetooth allows for wireless course updates
- Long battery life - play up to 2 rounds before charging
- Preloaded with 36,000 courses in 30 countries
- Easy-to-use interface
- Up to 4 hazard distances per hole
- Auto course recognition
- Auto hole advance
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Easy-to-use, convenient Golf GPS with Bite Magnetic Mount.
Preloaded with 36,000+ courses in more than 30 countries. Easy-to-read front/center/back distances and up to 4 hazard distances per hole.
Includes a clip holder to attach to your bag or belt.
From the manufacturer
BITE Magnetic Mount Technology
Built-in magnet technology allows you to easily mount your Phantom right on your golf cart or any metal surface.
Easy-to-Read Front, Center, Back Distances
Phantom displays large, easy-to-read front, center and back distances.
Preloaded with More Than 36,000 Courses
Phantom comes preloaded with more than 36,000 courses in 30 countries.
Bushnell Golf App Included
Receive free access to the Bushnell Golf App with the purchase of Phantom.
3D Flyovers with Distances
Get hole flyovers with front/center/back and hazard distances.
Hole Layouts with Distances
Get hole-by-hole layouts with distances.
Wireless Course Updates
Bluetooth connection allows you the ability to update courses wirelessly on your iON2.
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2. With the magnetic pad you can attach it to any metal part of the golf cart.
3. larger figures makes it easy to read.
Top reviews from other countries
In my humble opinion, for a hundred bucks, it's fantastic. I took a chance on simply the manufacturer. Distance measurement and focus is kinda what they do, going back to the early days of binoculars and their founding. Trust in this history was the ultimate deciding factor after reading some of the not so great reviews. I suppose value is always key, and in all due respect, maybe others expect more for their hard earned 100 bucks...err expecting the features of a unit retailing 2-3 times the Phantom street value yet all bundled up neatly into a $100 price point. This just isn't gonna happen.
That being said...my rebuttals on the negative points found in other not so great reviews.
1. No, the magnet does not possess superpowers, but it is also not crappy. I use without issue both with the clip on a side pocket on my trousers and directly onto the cart inner frame. Yes, it does require the player to be mindful of the potential errant dislodging but I cannot support other review claims of failure. The magnet is a dope idea and works.
2. It's made of plastic. Yes, it is made of plastic. Everything is kinda made of plastic, especially at this retail price point. No issue.
3. Again, the magnet. OK. So you're on cart path only days. The magnet, although I haven't experienced such dislodging, isn't holding to your clip. Fasten to the inner cart frame, take the unit to your ball position, get your yardage, pull your club. Fasten the unit back onto the inner cart frame. I don't see the issue.
4. No, it doesn't provide pin placements. Again, with all do respect, maybe your game requires perfect yardages. If so, I'd question your critical thought process on how a unit for $100 is gonna meet your expectation. The unit does provide beyond reasonable accurate distance to front - middle - back. I would also hope we could all agree that when using the scoring clubs, you'd be in a position to more than not get a visual on the pin placement. Is it front, middle, or back?
5. The Phone App sucks. I'm at a loss here. I think the App is great. The entire hole is covered. It's touch sensitive to whatever strategic landing spot you desire providing yardage. All hazards are represented. It updates to your location on the hole. All good in my book.
6. No, it doesn't account for slopes. It's a hundred bucks good people. In all fairness, if your home course greatly exceeds the US 113 standard dificulty rate, this might not be the best fit product for your game. You are gonna have to pony up.
This is a handy little device. The read out is large and clean. It's super easy to track shot distantance by club. Markers to hazards are clean. No, they don't include the cover of hazards but for a hundred bucks, I'll take the front hazard info and plan accordingly. I'm a scrappy 7 all day. I shaved down to 2 with this piece. I believe it's for the purist. Front - Middle - Back. Go get it. I did an A/B test against my mates $500 laser unit. It was within 2 yards. That's reasonable in my opinion of value for a hundred bucks. Our game requires effort. Personally, putting cut down my scoring average. This device allows more opportunity for said putting opportunities because of reliable FMB yardages.
Maybe I don't expect enough for $100. Maybe the unit should have magnetic superpower for $100. Maybe we should live in a place where all features (slope - pin placement - wind accounts) should be available to all of us for $100. I dont' know of this world.
This device is well valued in my opinion, offering solid and reliable data for a hundred bucks.
And yes, I've had 2 glasses of wine...ok, maybe 3.
I hope this brings benefit.