Find products, services, and support
Oops! Can we suggest to: check your spelling, try more general words, or try different words that mean the same thing
Every golf GPS watch on the shelf of your pro shop will tell you the distances to the front, middle, and back of the green from your position on a hole. But to really improve, you need more for your money. What if you could see how far you hit your shots and not have to manually add in your score after every hole? That's a game changer, and the TomTom Golfer 2 can do all this plus a whole lot more.
When you play a shot, the automatic shot detection feature on the Golfer 2 recognizes this and lets you know with a subtle vibration on your wrist after your swing. As you walk to your ball, you'll see the distance counter on your watch counting up. When you reach it, you can see how far your last shot traveled.
Knowing how far you hit each club is invaluable information for a golfer looking to hit more accurate shots. It's especially useful off the tee, where you now know your distance potential with the driver and can adjust your strategy to avoid hazards and find more fairways.
Sometimes, small variations in the swing mean shots can go undetected but that's OK, because on the Golfer 2 you can manually tag shots by simply putting your palm over the watch.
Click the PLAY button to learn more about Golfer 2's Automatic Shot Detection feature.
All these shots up to the green can be analyzed later on the TomTom Golfer App so you can identify improvements for your next round. In the meantime, your score will adjust automatically as you play your shots. If you manually tag your putts, you don't need to adjust the score at the end.
So if you want to improve your game thanks to cutting-edge features and accurate information, look no further than the TomTom Golfer 2.