TomTom is hoping to help golfers level up their game with the upcoming TomTom Golfer 2, which will be out in May.
Like many golfers, where the Golfer 2 shines is post-game. But rather than indulging at the 19th hole, the wearable is more focused on analysis. It monitors players on more than 40,000 holes, letting you see shot patterns from an "ultimate" round that you could try to replicate. This data is stored on the watch, which syncs to the TomTom MySports app.
While playing, the TomTom Golfer 2 offers details such as the yardage to the green, hazards to be aware of, and the distances to decent lay-up points. It also keeps tabs on your score electronically, so you don't have to mess around with pen and paper.
The TomTom Golfer 2 will cost $285 and will be released in May.