The vívoactive, a hole-in-one


The summer heat will begin to fade away soon, bringing the temperatures down and the clubs out. It will be time to dust off the golf bag, practice your swing and head to the clubhouse. Golf has long been seen as a “pure” sport, staying true to it’s roots and not adding much to the golf bag. One tool has proven it can benefit your game. The vivoactive provides golf specific features to help you on the course.

When paired with your smartphone, you are able to download specific golf course maps to your watch from the golf course database . With more than 38,000 courses worldwide it makes it convenient when playing familiar courses close to home, or new courses when traveling. Once the course is downloaded, it allows you to know the distance to the hole as well as distances to the front, middle and back of the green. This lets you to measure shot distances at the press of a button, enhancing your knowledge of the course and setting you up for success on each hole.

In addition to the course specific information, there are some other key tools that will help you the next time you head out for the front nine. Whether you decide to take a golf cart or walk the path, the built-in accelerometer will track your steps. While the pace of the game may be a little slower, that doesn’t discount the steps you take and the workout you receive. The round timer will also help you count the time you spend on the course.

Before you head out to the golf course, pick up the vivoactive. These key features will allow you to play the game, while the watch focuses on providing valuable information. It’s sure to be a hole-in-one!

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