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Garmin unveils Approach S60 golf watch

Garmin, one of the leading manufacturers of navigation and mapping devices in the world, has today unveiled its latest product for golfers and other athletes, the Approach S60.

The sleek Garmin Approach S60 GPS golf watch integrates all the relevant information a golfer needs on their wrist for the perfect and fast approach, with great style that goes beyond the greens.

It features a new intuitive user interface, colour CourseView mapping, and PlaysLike Distance for uphill and downhill shots on more than 40,000 courses worldwide.

There’s even more for golfers to get out of their game with enhanced AutoShotTM game tracking providing distances during the round--recording shots for post-game analysis. Approach S60 makes the difference for a winning strategy on the course while staying sophisticated for daily wear.

Keep track on and off the course with smart notifications and everyday activity tracking. Personalise it with custom watch faces and apps from the Connect IQ™ store3, or change the unique QuickFit™ bands easily for great style that goes beyond the course.

The Approach S60 comes with golf courses around the world read to be played. Just turn it on and start enjoying the game. And you won’t pay for course updates or additions —or any subscriptions or fees.

View to buy the Garmin Approach S60 golf watch now, available at American Golf.

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