Callaway announces upro mx+ golf GPS device


Love nothing better than to have a round of golf on the green? You might be interested to check out the Callaway announces upro mx+ golf GPS device then, where this particular puppy is set to arrive in stores from May 30th onwards. The upro mx+ has been touted to be the only golf GPS available on the market which delivers ProMode, offering golfers the actual aerial imagery and video flyovers of each hole in order to deliver the most realistic view of the course.

Golfers will then be empowered so that they can purchase this particular product at a special introductory price of $249, sans any additional fees. Each of the purchases will be accompanied by access to free and unlimited ProMode course downloads.

Dr. Alan Hocknell, Senior Vice President, Research & Development, Callaway Golf, said, “The upro mx+ device is the result of extensive listening to what golfers want out of a distance measuring device out on the course. Active listening was followed by a lot of hard work to deliver an easy to use, meaningful experience that will help golfers see more and know more out on the course, and give them the confidence to hit better shots.”

The Callaway upro mx+ golf GPS device comprises of a compact, three-ounce device that comes with a full-color, 2.2″ LCD touch screen display, and there will also be updated software installed underneath the hood that features Anypoint Technology, which assists golfers to strategically plan their upcoming shots. The Anypoint Technology feature will show off the yardage to any location that is selected on the hole, in addition to the yardage left from that location to the green.

Not only that, there is also a Digital Scorecard which enables golfers to track their scores and basic golf stats on the device, ranging from fairways hit to greens in regulation and putts during each round, amongst others. Any takers?

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2 reviews or comments

Lloyd Says: May 21, 2012 at 6:11 am

So difficult to bring myself to buy a golf GPS when GolfLogix for my Android not only does the job but does it well.

GPS Bites Says: May 25, 2012 at 2:20 am

I like the fact that it comes free no-subscriptions as far as I can see – perhaps finally a competitor to the Garmin Approach range finally?

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