Golf Today - Over 80000 pages of golf information
Golf News

Caddietech X1 - A present to unwrap from beneath the tree that will come in handy
by Carly Frost
December 13, 2013

If you are struggling to think of a simple gift idea for a golfer who potentially has everything then I think the Caddietech X1 gps is a great idea.

It has recently won the award for best GPS system at the prestigious Golf Europe 2013. What makes it unique is its size. It is ultra-compact and weighs in at 24g, measuring just 4.1cm 2 giving it good claim to be one of the most compact golf GPS systems in the world, but with a host of features it doesn't skimp on functionality.

Providing accurate distances to front centre and back of the green the Caddietech X1 can operate in either voice or screen mode with several languages available in the voice setting. In addition, at the click of a button the unit will work out distance of the last shot, total distance walked and length of time of the round, and with an 9 hour battery life it should safely see you through two rounds of golf. It'll even handle whatever the weather throws at you with its water resistant properties.
With almost every European course pre-loaded onto the unit the Caddietech X1 is ready to use virtually anywhere and on the rare occasion a new course isn't on there, a free update and download is available.

With all the features that you need in a golf GPS and a size that allows you to clip it to a belt, cap or golf bag, the Caddietech X1 stands out as one of the most functional units on the market. When that is combined with the fantastic retail price of £149.99 the little unit with the little price starts to make a lot of sense. Visit for more information.

Ryder Cup
The USA's flawed Ryder Cup system...

Vote to allow women members after 260 years....

PGA Tour
Whatever happened to Anthony Kim?...

Mazda 3 - Engineered to perfection...

Sam Snead auction of famous personal items...

The 19th
Johnnie Walker and the Ryder Cup...

Paul McGinley
Proof its never too late....

John Huggan
Rules suck: that’s common knowledge...

Peter McEvoy
Centurion Club marches against the tide...

Book Review
The Spiritual Golfer - By Robert "Lumpy" Lumpkin

© 1996-2018 - Terms & Conditions - Privacy Policy - About Us - Advertise - Classifieds - Newsletter - Contact Us