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The 'Voice' that caddies for you
by Carly Frost
May 13, 2014

Golfers can have all their yardages told to them at the touch of a button following the official UK launch of the world's smallest and lightest GPS rangefinder: the VC300 from Voice Caddie.

The VC300 was the first voice-guided rangefinder when it was launched in the USA and is still the market leader. Created for users who require quality, comfort, superior technology and simplicity, its clip-on, hands-free design makes it easy to use.

Offering yardages to the front, centre, and back of the green, it comes ready to use out of the box. Its ultra-small, ultra-light, hands-free design sets it apart from the inconvenient and outdated laser rangefinders and smartphone apps. With its simple look and sophisticated capabilities, Voice Caddie provides all the benefits of a veteran caddie without any of the discomfort.

Voice Caddie VC300's sleek, sensitive touchpad responds intuitively to the slightest touch of fingertips and, the required yardage is determined by the swipe of a finger. One click and it tells the distance to the centre of the green; one 'swish' across the sensitive surface gives the distance to the front of the green; and a 'swish' in the opposite direction provides an accurate measurement to the back.

What's more, the VC300 automatically recognises the course being played from its constantly updated database of more than 30,000, all with no additional fees.

Measuring just 45mm x 45mm and weighing merely 25g - little more than an AA battery - the unobtrusive VC300 simply clips on to a cap, shirt or belt and is ready to work as soon as it is attached.

The Voice Caddie VC300 costs just £109 and can be ordered online at

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