Hey, maybe this whole Internet thing is going to catch on after all! In the case when the u Pro website would not establish a connection to allow us to load courses, we just needed to relaunch the Sync application on the u Pro.Be sure to confirm that the Sync application has quit before removing the u Pro after updating your course list.The device does have its flaws – the Callaway u Pro wasn’t quite up to the level of some of its competitors in our test of golf courses available. The Good: The attractive and efficient packaging in which the Callaway u Pro arrives is the first sign that there has been a significant amount of thought put into everything about this device.The device syncs directly with a web interface, eliminating the need to install any desktop manager software on a computer.
You can easily request courses to be added via the u Pro website, but you can also see how many times a course has been requested but is still not available (we have seen into the hundreds! Manufacturer’s Claims: Callaway claims to have 25,000 courses in its database, which stands up against the competition.Handheld Golf GPS units may all appear to be nearly identical on the surface outside of screen size, but when you start to dig in and ask, why would a golfer use this, the test results quickly separate the winners.Your biggest question this year for handheld GPS won't come down to accuracy or number of courses loaded, but will come down to if you want a small, medium or large screen and if you'd prefer to do software/map updates via wifi or through USB interface.Which means accuracy and number of courses pre-loaded doesn't make a device stand out.While the answers may appear simple, the testing was thorough and The Most Wanted Handheld GPS winner was put through the paces rain and shine to give you the insight you need to make your buying decision.