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SkyCaddie win Today’s Golfer Gold Award

9.34am 11th November 2011 - Corporate

SkyCaddie, undisputed category leader in the distance measuring device market, have once again triumphed in Today’s Golfer’s intensive GPS test.

The revolutionary SGX device is rated as the finest device on the market by theUK’s best-read golf magazine, primarily due to the fact that they map every single course, on foot, therefore providing superior data.

Significantly, the SkyCaddie SGX is still rated as the most accurate device available by Today’s Golfer, displaying the devices all-round superiority.

The Today’s Golfer tester’s assessment viewed the SGX as the best GPS device on the market in terms of functionality and accuracy.

Jacqui Hitchcock, Managing Director forEurope, commented: “Despite some competitors launching new product this year, all have failed to live up to the SGX’s accuracy and features.

“It’s no surprise to us that we won, because we’re well aware that our device is the most accurate on the market, due to the fact that we map every course, on foot, without fail.

“Walking every course, using sub-meter accurate equipment, has been our methodology for over ten years. We’ve never swayed from our commitment to providing golfers with the best information and we believe this is the crux of our success to date.

“That, accompanied by the host of features that the SGX holds, is the reason we’re ahead of the game.”

SkyCaddie www.skygolf.com

 

       

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