Motorola Launches the MOTOACTV Golf GPS

Motorola MOTOACTV Golf GPS Bubba Watson

It seems like every week there is some sort of new golf GPS product being released, whether it be an app for your phone or a physical device. Yesterday, Motorola released it MOTOACTV GOLF GPS and it teamed up with three-time PGA TOUR winner, Bubba Watson to launch the MOTOACTV.

About The Motorla MOTOACTV Golf GPS
MOTOACTV is a cutting-edge GPS Golf tracker, virtual caddy and online clubhouse. Users can track their golf game on up to 20,000 courses worldwide right from their wrist. GPS tracks the front, center and back distances to green and to hazards. A virtual caddy keeps track of your scorecards, clubs and key statistics. Plus, users can sync their rounds wirelessly to visualize and study their game online at and view rounds from the Pros.

Track data like total steps taken, distance covered and calories burned on the course – it’s the ultimate way to stay fit and shave shots from your score. Attendees of the Arnold Palmer Invitational will get a sneak peak of these exciting golf capabilities in Orlando, Florida starting today where pro golfer and three-time PGA Tour winner Bubba Watson will be taking the course.

Yardage from Your Wrist

Play up to 20,000 courses globally and see your distance to the front, center and back of green, as well as distance to the hazards. It also contains the PAR information for your favorite courses. No more fumbling with laser finders, phone apps or rummaging through your bag.

Virtual Scorekeeping

Throw away those tiny pencils. MOTOACTV keeps track of your scorecards, clubs and key stats such as the number of putts taken and even the greens in regulation that you hit. Users can even customize the clubs that you have on MOTOACTV to match the ones in your golf bag.

Online Clubhouse

MOTOACTV syncs your rounds wirelessly at where you get an unparalleled virtual representation of your round using a satellite view of the course. Move your mouse over the arc of the ball flight and pull up details of the shot you played. You can also keep every scorecard for reference, and similar to other MOTOACTV workouts you can share your rounds with friends. Plus, see how the pros like Bubba Watson play on select courses before you play them yourself.

Author: Rob Hayashida

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