Callaway Golf UPRO MX+ GPS Device (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Preloaded with over 25,000 courses with Basic and GoMode
- ProMode offers actual aerial imagery providing a more realistic view of each hole. Aerial video flyover allows you to preview each hole layout and hidden hazards from a unique birds eye perspective.
- Anypoint technology provides measurements to and from any location you select
- Digital scorecard and shot tracking provide you insight into your game
- Discontinued by Manufacturer
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Top Customer Reviews
Small size. Fits in your pocket and is relatively unobtrusive while swinging your golf club.
Good GPS. Seems to lock quickly and be fairly accurate. Comparisons with laser derived distances have been within a few yards.
uExplore Website. The ability to upload scorecards and analyze your Fairways and Greens in Regulation can be interesting and fun. Flyovers and the option to explore courses on your computer is nice to prepare for upcoming rounds on unfamiliar courses. It's a lot easier to see the detail here than on the device as well.
Scorecard. It's nice to use your device to keep score. You can score for all the members of your group if you choose.
uPro Course Downloads. Included with the price of purchase.
Small size. The screen is pretty small and the resolution is good but not great. For those of us with not perfect eyesight, seeing the screen detail can be challenging at times. Be advised, if you wear polarized sunglasses while you play, they will effectively block out the screen image so you can't see it at all.
Battery Life. This is truly a one round machine, if you don't mind charging after every 18 holes maybe this won't be an issue.
Docking Cable. Seems to be a standard peripheral micro to USB, but mine is a challenge to plug in (device side micro plug) every time.
Anypoint Distance feature. Clunky to use and very challenging to get accurate distances with this. A large part of the problem is the form factor of this device is so small. Manipulating the optical pointer and then actually getting the right spot on the map is such a feat, I don't use it.
Touch screen.Read more ›
No instructions?: There are no printed instructions, just a 'quick start' pamphlet which explains the obvious buttons. I would like a complete user guide to read before using it, but you have to get a PDF file from their web site. There are some built-in videos explaining some features, but you need your own headphones to plug into hear them, and they are short and not easy to memorize. So I hoped that, on the course, the features would be intuitive.
On the course: It took several minutes to set up the game -- choose the course, set your playing partners' initials, etc. The small touch-screen is difficult to accurately 'click' on icons with your fingers. I don't know if the screen is heat or pressure sensitive, but I had a hard time tap-tap-tapping the icons and letters to get it to enter the info. This was a problem throughout the round - sometimes it took 8-10 taps to work. Meanwhile, you're standing there holding up the game.
The screen is fairly visible in most light conditions, although the screen is shiny, and so in direct sun it's hard to see through the fingerprints and glare.
When you set up to play a hole, it will initially give you a close up of just the green, with yardages from wherever you are standing.Read more ›
What I was really looking for in a new GPS was not having to pay an annual fee to use and the ability to not have to load courses on my GPS - I just wanted to be able to show up at any course and play golf with the device - which this does perfectly in BasicMode and GoMode...what are the different modes?
*BasicMode - Shows you the green and distances to the Center/Front/Back
*GoMode - Same as BasicMode, while also giving you distances to all the hazards on the hole
*ProMode - This is what set this GPS out for me compared to the others (unfortunately, it also needs you to connect to your PC) - this mode basically allows you to download detailed information on (I believe) 20 courses at a time (it's free to change the courses as many times as you like).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nothing fancy, but gets the job done and seems consistentPublished 2 days ago by Darren Anthony johns
Does not work as stated and no downloads available or website. Trying to return it.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I expected Callaway to at least let me download my upgrades but didn't even let me register my devicePublished 3 months ago by Philip Spano
Callaway is no longer marketing these. http://www.callawaygolf.com/uxplore-update/Published 4 months ago by Hack