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SkyCaddie extends Touch trade-in to Dec 19th

11.58am 7th December 2016 - Corporate

skycaddieSkyCaddie’s latest trade-in is proving so popular that the Buckinghamshire-based brand is extending it until just short of Christmas.

Now, PGA pros and golf retailers have until Monday, December 19th to encourage their customers to trade in any old GPS or laser device, in return for up to £80 off a brand-new top-of-the-range SkyCaddie Touch GPS handset (RRP £279.95).

The “dead or alive” trade-in even enables golfers to trade their old, broken rangefinder in for a discount on the Touch – any make, any model.

Previous similar trade-ins by SkyCaddie have seen hundreds of unwanted GPS and laser devices – including countless working examples from leading competitive brands – traded in by golfers looking to upgrade to a SkyCaddie, the most-trusted golf GPS brand.

“The message is getting through to UK golfers” said Steve Winstone, SkyCaddie’s EMEA Course Enablement Manager, and head of the brand’s golf course mapping programme. “There is no substitute for actually walking the golf course when you are creating and updating GPS maps, and SkyCaddie is the only brand which does that.

“That’s why so many golfers are switching to SkyCaddie GPS now, as shown by the latest trade-in. When you know you have an accurate yardage, you play with more confidence. Among GPS brands, only SkyCaddie gives you that complete confidence.”

Golfers simply need to bring their old device into their local SkyCaddie retailer, whether that is a PGA golf professional’s shop, or a golf store away from the club.

Golf professionals and retailers should contact SkyCaddie to ensure that they have the latest information about the Touch trade-in, which ends at the close of business on Monday, December 19th 2016.

“It couldn’t be simpler: this is one Christmas offer that no golfer can afford to miss!” said James Holmes, UK & European Sales Manager at SkyCaddie.

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