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Bushnell Neo Golf GPS Rangefinder

131 customer reviews

Price: $225.00 - $249.99
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  • High contrast LCD screen
  • Auto course recognition
  • Auto hole advance
  • Ready to play out of the box
  • Dimensions: 1.75 by 3.25 by .75 inches

Product Description

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One of the smallest, most compact golf GPS units available is also one of simplest and easiest to use. The Neo Golf GPS gives you the distance to the front, center, and back of the green, at a glance, and stores up to 10 courses. Download courses from iGolf.com or use the Neo to map any course in the world. Lower scores are just a glance away--the Neo is ready to play right out of the box with over 16,000 pre-loaded courses, auto-course recognition, and auto hole advance.

Features:

  • Distance to the front, center, and back
  • Up to 4 custom points per hole
  • Stores up to 10 courses
  • Shot distance calculator
  • Easy-to-use interface
  • Can be used on any course in the world
  • Durable and rainproof
  • Belt clip included
  • Rechargeable Li-Ion battery
  • High contrast LCD screen
  • 16,000 American courses pre-loaded
  • Auto course recognition
  • Auto hole advance
  • Ready to play out of the box

Specifications:

  • Up to 16 hours of battery life
  • SiRFstarIII GPS Chip
  • Adheres to USGA rules
  • Dimensions: 1.75 by 3.25 by .75 inches


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  • ASIN: B005R38XSQ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (131 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #301,896 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By J. Murphrey on June 24, 2009
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This is a great unit for the price. It does what it says it will do. There are plenty of golf courses available for the 34 buck fee from igolf and you can download 100 in a year. I only found one yardage off on one hole of the courses where I have used it.
I mapped distances to hazards on various holes on my home course and it works great.
I played with a friend recently who had a golf guru and one who had a golf buddy gps. They are neat with a lot more features then this one, but then they cost over twice as much. Their yardages matched mine on the bushnell neo. I am very satisfied and I got it for about $129 from a partner of Amazon OpticsPlanet.

The only reason I did not give this a 5 star rating is that the manual was not well written and the software instructions were incomplete. But, this should not be a deterrent to buying one.

Jim in Texas
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50 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Nigel Wilson on October 24, 2009
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The most important issue when selecting a golf GPS unit is the availability and accuracy of course data. Many of the more advanced (and more expensive) units (e.g. uPro Golf GPS by Callaway Golf and iGolf GPS Caddie II) require a much more detailed level of course data in order for you to benefit from the expense. I found that this level of data was available for none of the courses I play regularly, so I decided to go for a simpler solution.

The next most important consideration is whether (and how easily) you can "map" your own points on a course. Not all of even the more expensive units allow this and while it is somewhat less likely that you will need to do so with these units, I can assure you that even the best mapping data will occasionally be inaccurate or missing altogether. This can really reduce the value of a GPS unit on courses that you play frequently.

I very nearly returned the Neo because of some short-comings in this area - specifically, you cannot "delete" a custom point if they provide it in their data download. This is truly a silly restriction. You can "override" an existing point by registering a different point, but why not allow a simple deletion? One of the holes I downloaded had a "pre-programmed" custom point for a creek that did not exist ! Another annoyance is that, while they provide the ability to define your own "names" (labels) for your custom points, this must be done as part of the procedure for registering the point on the course. Creating a label is a cumbersome process which simply takes too long while actually playing a hole.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By D. Baylor on August 18, 2009
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This GPS gives the perfect amount of information for the everyday golfer, and even for more advanced players. It is easy to use and set up. I love the fact that I can dowload up to 100 courses, and I don't have to renew my membership each year unless I need a different course. One of the things I really like, is that you can see how far you actually hit the ball (I'm sure all GPS systems are like that...but NOT rangefinders!) One final note...I'm not the type of person that likes having something clipped to my belt, like a cell phone. However, this is how i carry this GPS, and I can't even tell its there. It's so slim and light, you dont even notice it until you need it. Great product, at half the price of many GPS systems or even rangefinders.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By T. Mitchell on November 30, 2009
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I purchased the iGolf branded unit last February, not long before it was rebranded to Bushnell. I used the unit 2 or 3 times and then dropped it on a cart path (butterfingers) and broke it. I called support, got a RMA and sent it back. Sure, it cost me return UPS but I told them that I had dropped it and they replaced the unit anyway. I've used this unit for about 40 rounds this year, at numerous courses and the distances are usually spot on with fairway markers. Even when off, not more that 5 yds. Those that complain about not knowing of the membership cost obviously did not do their homework. You can download 100 courses in a year for the membership, and they are yours to keep. I found one course in my area that had not been mapped. I submitted it to support and they had the course available within 1 month. Not too shabby. Sure, this thing is a very basic unit and is priced accordingly. But for guys like me (14 index), this is a great unit. If I played in the fairway more often, I probably wouldn't need a gps, but trying to find distance from the rough was a challenge and this little unit fits the bill.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Paul H. Carini on November 25, 2009
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I was very happy to see that this product "is fully compatible with Intel processor Macs running OS X 10.4.4 or later". But, read on! I joined iGolf and downloaded three golf courses where I often play. The Neo Sync program which accomplishes this transfer opened properly. However the SEND function produced no result. After at least 45 minutes of reviewing all the instructions and trying all I could think of, I called Bushnell for assistance. (As an aside, I waited twenty eight minutes to reach a technician). I explained the issue and then mentioned that I use an Intel Mac using OS X 10.6.2. The tech said, oh, that's your problem. Apple made some changes to its version of Java and it will not work now with our unit. So, what am I to do? He said he thinks someone may be working on it. He said it could be weeks before it is fixed. When I said I really wanted more specific input on who was working on it (Bushnell of Apple or both) and when I might be able to use this unit, he said no further info was available. He suggested I call Apple. So here I am with a useless device and having spent $35 for an iGolf membership to download courses. By the way, I am writing this while I wait for a Bushnell tech; I am calling again for an update. I placed the call 33 minutes ago! Wish me luck and if you use a Mac, you might want to avoid this unit for now. (11/12/09)
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