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It’s open season on DMDs with SkyCaddie trade-in


It’s Open Championship month, and – according to PGA Partner SkyCaddie – it’s also “open season” on any laser or GPS distance measuring device which isn’t called SkyCaddie SX500.

In fact, if golfers present any GPS or laser device, any brand, in any condition, to their PGA professional this month, they will get a huge trade-in discount on a brand-new, award-winning SkyCaddie SX500 – hailed recently by Today’s Golfer as the best golf GPS in history.

But the trade-in only lasts one month, and ends on July 31st.

Until then golfers will get a whopping £100 off a new SkyCaddie SX500 if they trade in a SkyCaddie Touch, and a still-decent £50 off if they trade in any other GPS or laser.

PGA professionals should contact for instructions on how to administer the July-only promotion.

“We are seeing more and more serious golfers switch to the SX500, as they come to realise just what a performance advantage it gives them” said James Holmes at SkyCaddie. “This results in more sales for the PGA professional, and builds great loyalty when their customers discover what a sensational product the SX500 is.”

The sensational SX500 has burst onto the scene offering best-ever levels of GPS accuracy including the ability to give distances to today’s pins – a first for any GPS device.

Now used by many competitors on the Staysure Tour (formerly European Senior Tour), the SX500 uses a pin-sharp, bright 5-inch screen – the biggest on the market – where no flag, no bunker, no layup or fairway runout point, and no hazard is ever blind.

Try saying that about your laser!

Because every hole map is created on foot, exclusively for SkyCaddie users, by experts using professional surveying equipment, you know that the measurements are accurate.

And SkyCaddie updates your course maps whenever the golf club makes changes.

So encourage golfers to trade in their old laser or GPS this month, and save up to £100 on 2019’s most remarkable game-management device.

See for full details of the new SkyCaddie SX500.