2017 18 Days of Golf, Gift 6: Bushnell Excel GPS watch
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2017 18 Days of Golf, Gift 6: Bushnell Excel GPS watch


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For Gift 6 of the 2017 18 Days of Golf, we're hooking you up with a wrist caddie to nail down your yardages.

You probably know Bushnell best for their killer laser rangefinders, but the company makes some excellent GPS products for those of you who prefer to look at a watch and not down a scope.



The Excel, priced at $250, is Bushnell’s most advanced GPS watch. It comes pre-loaded with more than 35,000 courses and has Bluetooth capabilities so users can tie into the Bushnell Golf app to get numbers, while the Excel can notify of incoming calls and messages, as well calendar appointments. The unit delivers locations to front, middle and back, while also offering yardages to other points of interest, including doglegs, bunkers and other hazards.

We're giving away a Bushnell Excel through our Twitter account! All you have to do to enter is follow @GolfNewsNet on Twitter and retweet our Bushnell contest tweet before 12/20 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern. Good luck!

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