Bushnell Neo Ghost Golf GPS
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- Tournament legal pocket-sized easy to use golf GPS pre-loaded with 30,000+ courses
- Long battery life means you can play three rounds before charging
- Auto course recognition and auto hole advance
- Easy to read distances to front center and back of greens
- Up to four custom hazard and layup distances per hole
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- Preloaded with 35,000+ courses
- Long battery life - Play 3 full rounds before recharging
- Auto course recognition
- Auto hole advance
- Easy-to-read front/center/back distances
- Hazard distances - Up to 4 per hole
- Easy-to-use interface
- Multi-function clip and USB charging cable included
Pocket sized, easy-to-use Golf GPS
Preloaded with over 35,000+ courses. Easy-to-read front/center/back distances and up to four hazard distances per hole. No downloads and no membership fees ever.
Pocket sized, easy-to-use Golf GPS. Preloaded with over 33,000 courses. Easy-to-read front/center/back distances and up to four hazard distances per hole. No downloads and no membership fees ever.
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There was an update available on the product support website that took roughly 30min. I did the update right out of the box, so once I took it too the course for the first time didn't have any performance issues with it. You can also search all of the courses in your area, and even download the course info to the Neo Ghost if it isn't already pre-loaded (rare case). The GPS does take a little while to connect, so I'd turn on the Neo Ghost for "Play Golf" mode while you're getting your gear out and ready, rather than right before you tee off.
You're looking into this product because you want a simple product that gets the job done accurately. You're not looking for all of the bells and whistles, colored or touch-screens, and a ton of settings to personalize. All you need to know if the yardage to the front, middle, and back, and this does just that! I'd have it out for only a few moments just to check the yardage while I make my club selections, the back in the pocket or in the cart it goes! The yardage doesn't fluctuate up and down like its guessing... you can see the yardage increase or decrease as you walk. The shot distance function is easy to use like a stop watch; press it from where you took your shot and walk to your ball to see the total distance then press the shot button again. Simple!
Simple, Accurate, and No Worries! In a game where you try to keep it simple, the Neo Ghost does just that with confidence!
Last week I had a golf game in Southern New Jersey, at the Avalon Golf Club. I downloaded the course, and a couple other of my Cape May County favorites. At these places the Neo would be a big help. Well, I got to Avalon, and turned on the Neo ten minutes before our tee time. There were a few clouds on a mostly sunny day. On the first tee, the Neo was “searching.” On the second tee, the Neo was still “searching.” I shut it off and re-started it. On the fifth hole, still “searching.” You know where this is going. At the end of the round I shut it off, still searching.
Back home I plugged the device into my PC and accessed iGolf, then I re-synched the Neo’s program etc. All to no avail. I will call customer service, but it looks like we are all done. The Neo concept is brilliant, and it is absolutely the most convenient range finder I ever saw. When it worked.
UPDATE 09/16/2016 :
This was a present for Christmas 2015. It performed flawlessly on its first 4-5 times out this Spring. In July, when the Bushnell Neo (age 7 months) went into a permanent “searching” mode at my home course, I went on the site and downloaded the latest upgrade. Shortly thereafter it resumed proper operation, and I assumed that all was well.
Three weeks ago I took the Neo, fully charged, to New Jersey to play some courses in Atlantic/ Cape May Counties. We went to Harbor Pines; the Neo loaded the course promptly. At the ninth hole I received a “low battery “ warning and a hole or two later it shut down. This device is not yet ten months old, and used a dozen times at most. It is not good value for the money.
Next time I will try charging it (in the car) right up to tee-off, and see if it will get through a round. Likely it is time that I get a wrist golf GPS, and this time I will go with a Garmin.
Try an app on your phone before you spend money on this thing. If the app doesn’t work, at least you are not out eighty bucks.
Let me update. I just tried to register this at iGolf and was told the serial number was already in use. Getting the feeling this junk is recycled.
One thing, you need to keep the charge fresh. Charge after each round. And if you skip playing for a week, charge it before you go out again.
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Easy to use. Highly recommend it.