Bushnell Phantom Vs Garmin Approach G10 Comparison Review
The Bushnell Phantom and the Garmin Approach G10 are your no-nonsense, essential golf GPS devices.
While neither of these devices will wow you with a long list of advanced features, we went out and tested them side-by-side and found that they still provide golfers with essential course and shot information.
Of course, both of these golf GPS devices can be found for very reasonable prices as there are certainly more insightful options available.
But before you spend any money, you should know all the important facts – and that is exactly what you will read about in the following article.
Bushnell Phantom Overview
The Bushnell Phantom golf GPS device is a handheld unit that can easily fit in your pocket or in your golf bag’s accessory pouch.
We really liked the size of the Bushnell Phantom. The screen size is two inches diagonally and the entire unit is just about 5 inches tall and 3 inches wide.
We liked this size because it’s small enough to be conveniently compact but not small to the point where you feel like you’re gonna lose it all the time. And if you are willing to get it in certain undesirable colors, it will actually be cheaper.
The controls take some getting used to and are not the most intuitive but once you get the hang of it, the Phantom is pretty easy to use.
The Bushnell Phantom is an affordable golf GPS device that would be great for casual players.
Garmin Approach G10 Overview
The Garmin Approach G10 is a handheld golf GPS device that costs less than the Bushnell Phantom and has a few extra features.
We were pretty surprised when we saw that the Garmin Approach G10 was actually cheaper than the Bushnell Phantom because in our humble opinions, it has just a bit more to offer than the Phantom.
For now though, know that the Garmin Approach G10 is operated via 4 side-mounted buttons and can be attached to your belt or bag via a rear clip. The battery life is pretty solid and it can be charged with a simple USB cable.
This golf GPS device is a steal for its price – so long as you are not an amateur or low handicap player.