YOU CAN’T DO MUCH BETTER THAN AN 8800
If you’re looking for a Christmas gift for a golfer, you can’t go too wrong with the new Sureshot 8800 Golf GPS range finder.
If you are looking for a Christmas present for a golfer, you can’t go very wrong with the new Sureshot 8800 Golf GPS range finder.
Without question one of the best value for money GPS units on the market, it boasts a full colour screen, an incredibly sharp GPS receiver accurate to within 1 yard and, best of all, you can record your vital golfing statistics during your round.
That includes for fairways and greens hit in regulation, for putts per hole, for sand saves and for your average driving distance hit during the round.
The ‘8800’ is extremely lightweight and comes standard with a World Charger and a high performance Lithium Ion rechargeable battery which lasts for up to 36-holes’ play in one day.
An ever-growing number that currently exceeds 12,000 courses worldwide, including 2,300 in the UK, have already been mapped and can be downloaded directly from the Sureshot website. Your www.sureshotgps.com. Silver membership will come as standard with the 8800 and includes three free course downloads per year.
Other membership packages are available and further information is available on the Sureshot GPS website.
The latest Sureshot GPS 8800 retails at £199.99 and is available direct from the Motocaddy website at www.motocaddy.com/sureshot or from leading pro shops and golf retailers across the UK and Europe.
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