One other item to consider when selecting a Bluetooth GPS receiver is whether you want a rechargeable unit (e.g.De Lorme Bluelogger, Pharos i GPS, ALK Co Pilot, etc) or a combo unit (e.g. A combo unit is rechargeable but can also accept AAA batteries.Next, let's assume that your handheld includes embedded support for Bluetooth, has a Compact Flash slot, and a SDIO slot. It is time to ask yourself if you "walk" or "drive" a golf cart most of the time during your rounds of golf.If you drive a cart most of the time, then we would suggest getting a Bluetooth GPS receiver.There are no Intelli Golf-related service fees or annual subscriptions to buy. Purchase/download the Intelli Golf Eagle edition software for your platform by clicking here.You do not need a GPS receiver to start using Intelli Golf today.
suction cup mount) for your cart's windshield or dash board, from most handheld suppliers.You can view our list of compatible GPS receivers/smartphones by clicking here. After your new GPS receiver or smartphone is working, start a New Round of golf from within Intelli Golf. To attached your GPS receiver to your golf cart or golf bag, we recommend using a piece of double-sided Velcro.Once you receive your GPS receiver or smartphone, please follow the Set-up/Discovery/Bonding instructions provided by the manufacturer. A the bottom of the Main Scoring Screen (touch screen devices) or from the pull-down menu (non-touch screen devices), select the "satellite icon" or "GPS" (from Menu). Then, please follow the GPS set-up instructions listed in the Intelli Golf on-line Tours (Section 6) for your particular handheld/smartphone by clicking here. Once you're all set up, for GPS-enabled courses (i.e. That will let you know that everything is working fine, but the distances being reported are greater than 1000 yards/meters. For even more information on Intelli Golf and GPS, please read through our FAQs on GPS or give our GPS White Paper a quick read by clicking here. That way you can take it on/off very easily for recharging in between rounds :-). Top As you probably know, Intelli Golf supports the widest range of GPS receivers in the industry ( Gps Cert.asp).However, if you are going to play more than one round a day, or have a habit of forgetting to charge things, then getting a combo unit is a real plus.Note: Combo units are a little larger than rechargeable (only) receivers as they include a battery compartment.