Voice Caddie VC300 Voice GPS
- May 20, 2015, 1:01 am
- In Accessories
You probably don’t have your own personal caddie to tell you the yardage for each of your shots as you move around the course – that is a luxury that is usually only enjoyed by tour pros. However, with the Voice Caddie VC300 Voice GPS, you can experience a similar service during your own rounds. This impressive new GPS device can provide you with audible yardages to the front, middle, and back of each green with just the swipe of a finger. Quick and easy to use, the Voice Caddie is an innovative way to receive the yardages that you need to hit great shots.
Most of the GPS units on the market today fall into two categories – handheld, or watches. Both of these can work nicely, and plenty of golfers are loyal to the units that they already own. The Voice Caddie VC300 falls into a new category, with a clip-on design that can be attached to a variety of places – including your hat. Since all you need to do in order to receive the yardage is swipe your finger across the surface of the device, you can place it wherever you find most convenient as you make your way around the course.
Ready to Go
With 30,000 courses already loaded onto the device, there is a great chance that your favorite courses are already included in the Voice Caddie VC300. That means all you will need to do is take it with you to the course, power it up, and get ready to tee off. It is designed to automatically recognize the course you are playing and the hole you are on, so there is nothing that you need to do in order to get started on your round. Getting your yardages should be as simple as possible, and that is the case with the VC300.
Control Your Volume
Golf is a quiet game, so anything that makes noise is going to raise some eyebrows at first. With that in mind, the VC300 comes with seven different volume levels so you can choose the setting that is just right for your needs. When playing alone, you can leave the volume as high as you like to hear the yardages nice and clear. When playing in a group, you may choose to turn it down out of respect for your playing partners. No matter what volume you choose, you will love the simplicity of having the ability to listen to your yardages from anywhere on the course with just a quick swipe of a finger.