Callaway Eclipse Golf GPS
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- Auto-hole advancement
- Shot distance measurement
- Save and track scores, GIR and putts per round
- Reversible and removable clip for ultimate versatility and convenience
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Callaway Eclipse Golf GPS
There's no other GPS like it. The Callaway Eclipse GPS offers elite, accurate performance in a unique design that delivers unmatched versatility and convenience.
Don't let the Eclipse GPS' size and convenience fool you, this GPS packs a powerful punch delivering front, center, and back of green distances, even accurate layup and carry distances to hazards and doglegs.
Distances to Hazards
Accurately shows distances to water and sand hazards, as well as layup, carry and dogleg distances.
Keep track of your Score, Putts and Greens in Regulation for ever hole. it also displays your overall score in the bottom right corner of the screen.
Accurately track your shot distance. At the click of a button, the Eclipse will measure your distances to your shot, after you shoot.
Go back and check your score, hole by hole from previous rounds. The Eclipse stores your last 10 rounds.
Clip It And Rip It!
The Callaway Eclipse Golf GPS offers elite, accurate performance in a unique design that delivers unmatched versatility and convenience.
The Eclipse conveniently clips on your belt or your golf bag for preferred comfort. The clip is reversible/removable for ultimate versatility and convenience. The Callaway Eclipse Golf GPS is the perfect solution for the golfer who does not feel comfortable wearing a watch when they play.
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My one disappointment is that it takes a long time when switched on to initially find the GPS satellites - several minutes most of the time before it can be used.
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I received the product yesterday and just completed my first round with it in hand. I was using a Golf Buddy Voice device, but it only displays middle of green info and requires button press navigation for back and front distances. I purchased the Callaway ECLIPSE to display front/middle/back distances on the same screen and to have access to hazard/bunker/layup info on another screen.
As an aside Izzo (maker of Callaway golf GPS equipment) should have named this device ECLIPSE 2 to remove confusion with the older generation ECLIPSE. Seems they improved the clip mechanism and charge port connection, but kept the name the same.
The Eclipse is much thicker than my Golf Buddy Voice (see pics below), but it really didn't bother me when attached to my belt during a round. Overall I say it's ok size wise...just wish the extra thickness housed a much bigger battery.
Next, the buttons on the unit are a bit mushy as they are sealed. After using the unit I didn't have too much of an issue navigating the screens. Just press tightly and they work well.
In regard to button layout the use is ok for the most part. There are some cases where backing out of a screen can be unintuitive. For many screens the select button enters and exits screens, however on others you have to hold select for 1s or so to go back. A bit confusing at times.
GPS signal sync takes about 3 minutes to complete at which time you have a list of courses from which to select. Overall GPS accuracy is good and the hazards distance info was wonderful on my first round with the unit. The one drawback is it can sometimes take 30s or so for the GPS distance to catch up once you arrive at your ball. Watch the displayed distance and make sure it stops updating before picking your club!
Overall I give the device 5 stars as it is a step up from the Golf Buddy. Hazard, layup, and bunker distances are great to have on my belt.
It also has other features, like distance to hazards, scoring, walking distance, but I don't use them. I play golf to escape from screens and gadgets!
Pros: inexpensive, easy to use, accurate
Cons: takes a long time to boot up and find satellites, font is small, hard to read, charger connects via magnet which falls off at the slightest bump (why not use a standard USB?)