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Sureshot Golf GPS

Nov
11
2005

Another Golf GPS device has hit the streets, this time in Australia and the device is called the ShureShotGPS.

Using Australian technology, the sureshotgps system provides golfers with all the benefits of traditional golfing GPS systems, in an easy-to-use, portable format.

Traditional GPS units are formatted so they can only be used at one dedicated course. The sureshotgps system enables a golfer to use the same unit at any course around the world.

“GPS technology is not new to the Australian golfing market, but the ability to use the same unit at any course is,” said Tee2Green Technologies Co-Founder Simon Webb.

“There has been strong overseas interest in the device as well as in Australia, with a number of international orders already placed. Wherever in the world you play golf you can now obtain distances from tee to green.”

“The unit displays distances to the front, centre and back of the green from anywhere on the course. It also provides distances of up to 15 hazards on each hole. Our aim in six months time is to have mapped the courses in all the major golf regions in Australia and make them available for free downloading via the Internet.”

“If your course is not on the website, you are able to map it yourself and save it in the unit for your next round. The governing body of world golf – the R&A – recently endorsed GPS technology which paves the way for the sureshotgps to be allowed in club competitions around the world,” he said.

4 Responses


  1. […] PC News Weekly has awarded the SureShot GPS an Editor’s Choice award and was featured on last week’s cover. The publication gave the golf GPS device a five out of five star rating. “We are thrilled to be recognized with the ‘Editor’s Choice Award,’ said Simon Webb, co-founder of SureShot GPS. “Golfers the world over are discovering the many ways in which SureShot GPS can enhance their game and their playing experience. To be honored with this award is a reflection of the expanding reach of SureShot GPS throughout the market.” […]

  2. I have had a problem with the operation of my Sureshotgps. I have not been able to get a response from tech support,nor any other division of the company for over a week, in spite of repeated attempt to reach them.
    Charles Mueller

    Charles Mueller - January 5th, 2009
  3. I bought the suresho tmicro it worked for two and a half games then completly died. Wouldnt charge or turn on. Then no response from their web site
    doug 2/12/10

    doug boyett - December 1st, 2010
  4. Bought Sureshot in April 2009 used about 15 times. Then the unit failed to pick up Satelite signal. Posted back to Sureshot to be told GPS chip dead and can’t be repaired. This is fairly disappointing for an expensive bit of kit. Recommend that golfers look elsewhere when purchasing.

    John Hughes - May 5th, 2011



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