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Rated 4.43/5 based on 609 customer reviews

The Bad: A couple of a minor quibbles – it would be nice to have more detailed statistics available, such as sand saves and which direction the fairway was missed, and we would like to see aggregate statistics across all of our rounds (the u Pro only shows statistics for each separate round).

Details: Device Accuracy: Our test of device accuracy found the u Pro to be on par with its competitors, with readings to known points coming well within the acceptable margin of error of three to four yards.

Rechargeable battery life is slightly shorter than other devices.

Details: The Good: The u Pro is absolutely unmatched with respect to course detail, providing a veritable cornucopia of information about each hole for Pro Mode courses.

For whatever reason, u Pro also had comparatively weaker coverage among courses in the Midwest and Northeast (15 out of 20 in each).

You can easily request courses to be added via the u Pro website, but you can also see how many times a course has been requested but is still not available (we have seen into the hundreds! Manufacturer’s Claims: Callaway claims to have 25,000 courses in its database, which stands up against the competition.

Details: Critical Golf Test: The Callaway u Pro falls into the lower third of the group in our test of the availability of golf courses, with 84% coverage.

Adding a scorecard and statistics while reducing the price only makes it that much sweeter! And in the immortal words of Ricky Bobby, if you ain’t first, you’re last.The Good: The Callaway u Pro impressed us with its intuitive interface.And if you can’t figure out how to use it yourself, the u Pro comes with introductory videos pre-loaded on the device (the manufacturer even includes a set of headphones so you can listen to the accompanying audio track).The features available only on the Pro Mode courses are what make the Callaway u Pro stand out from the crowd, however, and we think the additional functionality is well worth the cost.Three-Year Total Cost of Ownership: At a projected three-year total cost of ownership of 9.00 (which incorporates our assumptions on the number of new courses a typical user will want to add each year and assumes purchase of the Scoring Plus Module), the u Pro fell into the bottom third of devices tested in our cost comparison.

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