Next, let's assume that your handheld includes embedded support for Bluetooth, has a Compact Flash slot, and a SDIO slot. It is time to ask yourself if you "walk" or "drive" a golf cart most of the time during your rounds of golf.
If you drive a cart most of the time, then we would suggest getting a Bluetooth GPS receiver.
While these GPS "systems" seem a little pricey at first, taken in total, they are very price competitive. These GPS systems traditionally come with very good navigation software for driving in your car.that have a satellite icon next to them in the Intelli Golf course database), you will begin receiving distances within a few seconds (once you're on the golf course). This means that you have some excellent options in selecting the best GPS receiver for your handheld and/or situation.If you do not already own a handheld, then you might want to consider getting a handheld with an "embedded/attached" GPS receiver.For a list of Intelli Golf-compatible GPS receivers please click here and see Sections III and IV. Get the Intelli Golf Eagle edition software for your handheld/smartphone platform.To see our list of Intelli Golf Eagle products please click here. Plus, accessing the GPS satellites that circle the Earth is FREE with Intelli Golf.