by Kris Krug
The GPS Golf Guru 4 could easily be your next (or first) golf GPS, if you’re looking for a well-made device with easy to use features. If you want more complexity, then the GPS Golf Guru might not be for you. What do I mean by this? Well, in a way, the GPS Golf Guru 4 is the best of both worlds, a golf GPS which is easy to use and which gives you the information you want, and a golf GPS which has great graphics. The Guru has both. Let’s learn a little more about it.
Here are a few of the great features of the GPS Golf Guru 4:
3.5 inch touch screen
Bright backlight for greater visibility in direct sunlight
Aerial view enhances graphics (optional)
Measures distance to green from anywhere on the course
Can keep score and also has enhances statistics feature
Doubles as an mp3 and a picture viewer
Has optional road navigation software so you can use it as an auto GPS
Can store information on up to 200 courses
Free access to over 20,000 course maps
Has a distance to golf course feature
Has a marking feature so you can measure your shot distance
Has a “smartgreen” feature with adjustable pin locator
Very fast acquisition of GPS satellites
Very easy to use
One of the smallest and most lightweight golf GPS devices on the market
Can be used to map your own course with up to 30 targets per hole
If you’ve looked at any of the Guru 4’s competitors, you can see that they all have variations of these same features. What set’s the Golf Guru apart is the fact that it’s so doggone easy to use.
Ease of use appeals to a lot of golfers. Some, however, want the most features and the greatest complexity. You have to decide where you stand. If you’re more interesting in playing golf as opposed to spending your time admiring your golf GPS, then the Golf Guru 4
Next, to learn more about golf gps systems and especially the Golf Guru 4, take at look at this blog about the best golf GPS systems on the market.