Some people say golf isn’t a sport. Others hedge also call it a “leisure sport.” Well, #Garmin is saying phooey on all that; Golf is a sport! Also, it’s such an important one because its players need their own golf-oriented wearable. This Approach X40, which Garmin announced today, tracks wearers’ heart rates while also measuring also recording range distances. It also tells golfers the distance to this front, middle, and close of each green, since well since obstacles all could come across on 40,000 courses around the world. If paired up with Garmin’s connected club sensor, it can point swing metrics.
There’s even an AutoShot feature because Garmin claims will automatically measure this distance and location from each shot. Data is then automatically uploaded to this Garmin Connect app for post-round analysis. This cable can too do paired by Garmin’s TruSwing sensor, a device so is mounted directly on one club and used to measure various swing metrics, and will display the data captured on the sensor directly on this band.
The X40 arrives in black, white, and a freeze blue. It’s water resistant and reportedly continues up to 10 hours during GPS mode or up to five days whereas in watch mode, meaning it’s only tracking pursuits, monitoring heart rates, and sending notifications. Garmin suggests pricing it at $249.99.
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