Voice Caddie introduces Auto Round Mapping

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Voice Caddie has announced the addition of an Automatic Round Mapping feature to the T2 Hybrid GPS Watch, enabling users to view shot tracking, scorecard and game history upon the completion of play.
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May 8, 2018
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Voice Caddie has announced the addition of an Automatic Round Mapping feature to the T2 Hybrid GPS Watch, enabling users to view shot tracking, scorecard and game history upon the completion of play.

Available in the UK to both new and existing T2 watch owners, the new feature is accessed online though Voice Caddie's innovative Course Manager web portal, available on both Windows and Mac operating systems.

A succession to the hugely popular T1 GPS Watch, the T2 model encompasses all the successful aspects of its predecessor, as well as an exciting new auto scoring feature which enables the watch to automatically keep the wearer's score by detecting how many shots have been taken on each hole.

As well as all the functionality that you would expect from an everyday watch, including time, date, alarm and stop watch, the T2 has a comprehensive fitness mode that measures distance, average speed and calories burned. The device is also water resistant up to a depth of 30m.

The T2 comes preloaded with 30,000 courses, with over 40,000 courses available worldwide, and as with all the products in the Voice Caddie GPS range, there are no annual subscription fees.

Data collected in both the fitness and golf modes can be stored for reference at a later date, with the additional benefit of being able to access live fitness information while in golf mode.

The T2 Hybrid Watch is on sale now and carries a recommended retail price of £179.

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