Originally Posted by Double Eagle
This is not correct. Even the earliest SkyCaddies have the ability to show the layout of the green and give you the ability to adjust a set of crosshairs to where the pin is. You can also use this feature to get yardages to green features like shelves/slopes and see exact carry yardages on whatever line you are taking. This is not to mention the fact that a rangefinder is useless in figuring out distances to/carry yardages over fairway bunkers and hazards. The thing that surprises me about my Skycaddie is that its actually more useful the more I've played the course.
But how can you know EXACTLY where the pin is w/ skycaddie unless the course gives you a pin sheet?
You can't...and that's my point. With skycaddie, you're still guessing where the pin is.