San Francisco, CA, September 01, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Critical Golf, provider of reviews of the latest golf equipment and accessories, today released updates for 2011 course coverage for golf GPS devices.
"Our course coverage research provides details on not only the number of courses each manufacturer claims to have in their course database, but also our test of actual coverage across a broad sampling of 100 public courses in 48 states. We provide a breakdown on course availability by region of the country, as well as by type of course – 'Top 100' Destination, New, and Value," said Andrew Baw, Editor at Critical Golf. "In our experience, knowing whether the type of courses that you play are available or not is an important prerequisite to making the investment in a golf GPS device."
Unlike other sources of golf equipment reviews, Critical Golf reviews each product head-to-head against others within the same category, ranking them across a consistent set of criteria. For example, Critical Golf’s reviews of the best golf GPS devices include rankings of each product on Set-Up, Course Availability, Ease of Use, Course Detail, Features, Accuracy and Cost/Value. "How We Test" sections provide detailed explanation on the review methodology for each section. The easy to digest reviews enable consumers to compare devices in a meaningful manner and make informed decisions.
About Critical Golf:
Introduced in 2009, Critical Golf is a golf equipment review company, providing readers with unbiased, comprehensive reviews of the latest in golf equipment. Critical Golf reviews top brands such as Bushnell, Callaway, Garmin, GolfBuddy, Leupold, Nike, Ping, SkyCaddie, Sun Mountain, Titleist and more.
For more information: www.criticalgolf.com
Norm Harris, Editor