TomTom New Golf Watch Comes with Automatic Shot Detection

TomTom New Golf Watch Comes with Automatic Shot Detection
Exhibiting at the Wearable Technology Show today in London, TomTom presented a new version of its GPS-enabled Golf Watch.

TomTom Golfer 2 embeds acceleration and gyroscope sensors that allow for automatic shot detection.

With this new feature each shot is precisely geo-located on the green, helping golfers to improve their game with highly detailed post-game analysis.

TomTom Golfer 2 includes the following features:
- Green Distances - Precise yardages to front, centre and back of green.
- Hazards - See distances to individual hazards along the fairway.
- Lay-up- See remaining distances to lay-up points.
- Greenview – View unique green and hazard graphics before your shot.
- Round Tracking - Keep track of the score, distance, and time for your round.
- Daily Course Updates: Receive course updates wirelessly from your smartphone.
- Wireless Syncing: Sync your session wirelessly on TomTom MySports app.
- Weather and water resistant to 40M.
- Choice of large or small straps for the best fit for your wrist.

Costing 249 euros, the watch will be available in May 2016.

Wednesday, March 16th 2016

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