Green contours are now available on Garmin golf watches.
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Garmin has released an update for certain of its golf watches that will assist users with putting. Green Contours is a new feature from the firm that allows customers to visualise the curves and slopes of greens. The functionality will be available to Garmin Golf users who have upgraded to the premium version of the app. The Garmin Golf app allows users to examine the green's shape and contours, but the capability will also be available on the Approach S60 and Approach S62 golf watches. The watch will display the high and low portions of the green, as well as slope percentages and directional arrows when gazing at the green. It's also color-coded to reflect the slope's severity, which might help you plan your approach shot. Only 8,600 of Garmin's 40,000 courses have provided green contour information, making the options somewhat limited. Although they're all in the United States, you may use the geolocation tool to discover whether your local course has the information. Garmin's most advanced golf watches are the Approach S62 and earlier S60. The S62 is more smartwatch-like than the Garmin Fenix, including a colour display and access to Connect IQ applications. Because smartwatches provide basic functionality for free, Garmin and other golf watch manufacturers are under pressure to provide more value to their products. Free smartwatch applications make distance measurement simple, and the gadgets themselves plainly provide more when you're not playing golf. Green contours, which, unlike basic course maps, cannot be determined by satellite imagery, are unlikely to be included to any of the main applications. Garmin will need some time to achieve the same level of coverage as their regular yardages.
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