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SkyCaddie walks ahead of Tour events in 2019

SkyCaddie walks ahead of Tour events in 2019

Feb 15th, 2019

With the new SX500 growing in popularity among tour players, SkyCaddie’s top mapper is heading to this season’s Staysure Tour venues in Europe to ensure that all course measurements are up to date.

SkyCaddie and The PGA go the distance

SkyCaddie and The PGA go the distance

Feb 14th, 2019

SkyCaddie, the brand which walks every golf course to ensure the maps on its distance measuring devices are accurate, has taken another step forward by extending its PGA Partner agreement.

SkyCaddie SX500 yardages match laser, says PGA winner

SkyCaddie SX500 yardages match laser, says PGA winner

Nov 29th, 2018

The SkyCaddie SX500, golf’s hottest new distance measuring device, claimed its latest professional victory this month in the hands of Five Lakes PGA pro Gary Carter and Club Captain Nigel Popper – the SkyCaddie PGA Pro-Captain Challenge 2018 champions.

SkyCaddie SX500 scores first professional win

SkyCaddie SX500 scores first professional win

Sep 3rd, 2018

Golf’s hottest new distance measuring device, the SkyCaddie SX500, scored its first professional win last week in the PGA Pro-Captain Challenge 2018 qualifier held at Royal Mid Surrey Golf Club, and the event’s leading finishers were quick to praise the new technology.   

 SkyCaddie SX500 is golf's ultimate GPS

SkyCaddie SX500 is golf's ultimate GPS

Aug 1st, 2018

SkyCaddie’s revolutionary new range-topping SX500 GPS handheld is the most powerful, most accurate, most features-packed and most visually stunning hand-held distance measuring device that golf has ever seen.

 SkyCaddie announces Jan 1st price-rise for SkyTrak

SkyCaddie announces Jan 1st price-rise for SkyTrak

Dec 8th, 2016

The award-winning SkyTrak personal launch monitor and golf simulator will increase in price by £100 to £1,895 from January 1st, 2017, SkyCaddie has announced today. So if you want one, now could be the time.

Trade in time with SkyCaddie’s Touch

Trade in time with SkyCaddie’s Touch

Dec 6th, 2016

SkyCaddie’s latest trade-in is extending until Monday 19th of December. If you trade in any old GPS or laser device, you will get up to £80 off a brand-new top-of-the-range SkyCaddie Touch GPS handset (RRP £279.95).  

SkyCaddie remapping campaign kicks off

SkyCaddie remapping campaign kicks off

Oct 28th, 2016

In order to retain its status as golf’s most-trusted GPS brand, each year SkyCaddie embarks on a mission, which is unique among GPS rangefinder brands.

SkyCaddie launch new SW2 Watch

SkyCaddie launch new SW2 Watch

Feb 22nd, 2016

SkyCaddie® is launching their no-fees SkyCaddie SW2 Watch, which is their next generation of the best-selling SkyCaddie Watch. Here are the details.

SkyCaddie launch their LINX GT watch

SkyCaddie launch their LINX GT watch

Feb 13th, 2016

SkyCaddie have launched their new GPS watch, the SkyCaddie LINX GT. So what’s it all about, and why is it different? We look under the bonnet. And then go for a lie down in a dark room after a tech blast.

SkyCaddie offers £50 off SX500

SkyCaddie offers £50 off SX500

Dec 18th, 2018

SkyCaddie’s new SX500 has burst onto the scene offering best-ever levels of GPS accuracy including the ability to give distances to today’s pins – a first for any GPS device. And now you can snap up the SX500 for a huge £50 off RRP if you trade-in any of your old distance measuring devices.

SkyCaddie launches new GPS feature

SkyCaddie launches new GPS feature

Jan 18th, 2018

Has laser’s inherent weakness as regards line-of-sight finally been exposed by a new feature from golf GPS specialists SkyCaddie?

Crown Golf install SkyTrak

Crown Golf install SkyTrak

Apr 3rd, 2017

Crown Golf, the UK’s largest golf club operator, has installed SkyTrak launch monitors at 22 venues after a successful year–long trial at several of its clubs.

Sky Caddie welcome rules changes

Sky Caddie welcome rules changes

Mar 3rd, 2017

SkyCaddie has issued a statement following this week’s announcement by the R&A and USGA that major changes are being proposed to the Rules Of Golf for 2019 onwards.