Bushnell Neo Golf GPS Rangefinder
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- Instantly displays key distances on the course
- Holds 10 GPS golf course files
- Four custom points per hole
- Accurate Shot Distance feature
- Uses an internal, rechargeable Li-ion battery
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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.
- 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
- 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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Top Customer Reviews
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
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. It would be so much easier if you could use their "default" label to do the initial mapping on the course and then edit the label back at home after the round.
In the end, I decided to keep the unit as it is mostly accurate (+/- 5 yards), it is very compact but with a legible display (even for us older folks), it is fast to start up and the battery is rechargeable with a very good life. Mainly though, I kept it because the price is very reasonable.
My final comment is that you really need both a simple GPS unit like the Neo AND a simple rangefinder to get the precise distance to the pin location. If your course has large greens, the pin location "indicator" for the day is usually not precise enough for the final approach shot. Maybe one day someone will come out with a combination unit !
I have never had any kind of problem before with anything I purchased through Amazon.
The features of the Bushnelll neo are very basic,and that;s allright.
However, I've just been informed that I will not be able to use the gps system unless I purchase an additional
"Membership" to get golf course data for the system.
This is clearly a misrepresentation, as there is no mention of having to purchase anything additional before the system can be used.
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