Keep Your Eyes On The Screen
I just check my hand-held GPS and take the shot - no "course" required!
You used to check the "real world" before you'd make a golf shot. That is, you'd look "up" at the terrain, judge the distance to the hole, check for any hazards, and adjust your shot accordingly. How did we ever live like that?
You see, these days we just use our SkyCaddie SGX units to determine distance from pin to hole, particularities of terrain, and anything else we need to know before making a shot. The SkyCaddie's TruePoint GPS is super-accurate, and allows for much more precise shot preparation than "looking". And the large, transflective LCD screen lets you avoid direct sensory determination in even the sunniest of conditions. And yeah, we use words like "transflective" on the links now.
Now let me shoot straight with ya: This SkyCaddie SGX ain't new, it's refurbished. And while there are a TON of features in this baby, (read about 'em in the real features if you're into that kind of stuff), BUT they'll only be available by subscription after 30 days of free use. I just didn't want you to come bellyaching after a month. And to put it in perspective: You are receiving a free alternative to standard worldly sensation for a month.
Instead of interacting with the world, which is almost infinitely large, you can pare your sensory interactions down to a hand-held size. There are only three things you need to think about: Your golf GPS, the club, and the ball. Unclutter your mind and let the rest of the world melt away. Wait a second, why doesn't this thing come pre-loaded with locations for the 19th hole? NoooooOOOOOOOooooooooo!