SkyCaddie® SGXW User Guide

SkyCaddie® SGXW User Guide
SkyCaddie® SGXW User Guide
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1:Getting Started............................................................................................................... 4
1.1 SkyCaddie SGX W Overview......................................................................................................... 4
1.1.1 Button Layout.................................................................................................................. 4
1.1.2 Navigation Keys............................................................................................................... 4
1.1.3 Button Descriptions.......................................................................................................... 4
1.1.4 On-screen Indicators......................................................................................................... 5
1.2 System Requirements................................................................................................................ 5
1.3 Charging Your SGX W................................................................................................................... 5
1.4 Power Saving............................................................................................................................ 6
1.5 Wireless Capability of the SGX W.................................................................................................. 6
1.5.1 Wireless Network Locations.............................................................................................. 6
1.5.2Types of Compatible Wireless Networks.............................................................................. 6
1.5.3Setting Up a Wireless Network on the SGX W....................................................................... 6
1.6 Free Limited Course Map Trial.................................................................................................... 7
1.6.1 Using Preloaded Basic Course Trial.................................................................................... 7
1.6.2Using Advanced Feature Course Trial.................................................................................. 8
1.7 Downloading and Installing the CaddieSync® Express.................................................................... 8
1.8 Activating and Registering Your SGX W Using CaddieSync® Express.................................................. 9
1.9 SkyCaddie Membership Benefits................................................................................................. 9
Chapter 2:Ground-Mapped Courses For Your SGX W......................................................................... 11
2.1 About Course Maps..................................................................................................................11
2.2 About Basic Green Courses (Preloaded Courses)..........................................................................11
2.3 About Advanced Feature Courses...............................................................................................11
2.3.1. Overview of Advanced Course Management Features..........................................................11
2.4 Searching and Downloading Courses To Your SGX W......................................................................12
Chapter 3:Playing Golf With Your SGX W......................................................................................... 13
3.1 Acquiring Signals......................................................................................................................13
3.2 Selecting a Course to Play.........................................................................................................13
3.2.1 Manually Selecting a Basic Green Course (Preloaded Course)...............................................13
3.2.2Manually Selecting an Advanced Feature Course.................................................................14
3.3 Target Views (Available on Advanced Feature Courses through Membership Only)...........................14
3.3.1 Interactive HoleVue™ With Zoom......................................................................................14
3.3.2RangeVue™....................................................................................................................15
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3.3.3QuickVue™.....................................................................................................................15
3.3.4IntelliGreen®...................................................................................................................16
3.3.5IntelliGreen® Pro.............................................................................................................16
3.3.6Target List (Hazards, Carries and Layups)..........................................................................16
3.3.7 Big Number and Center Only............................................................................................16
3.4 Determining Shot Distance Using Mark Ball.................................................................................17
3.5 Viewing Course Information.......................................................................................................17
3.6 Digital Scorecard......................................................................................................................17
3.6.1 Turning on the Scoring Feature..........................................................................................17
3.6.2Using the Scoring Feature During Play...............................................................................17
3.6.3Viewing the Digital Scorecard...........................................................................................18
3.6.4 Setting Your Handicap or MyPar™ Target...........................................................................18
3.6.5Optional Scoring Information............................................................................................19
3.7 AutoView Technology................................................................................................................19
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Chapter 4:SkyCaddie Menu Items.................................................................................................. 21
4.1 Main Menu ...........................................................................................................................21
4.2 Settings Menu..........................................................................................................................21
4.2.1Options..........................................................................................................................21
4.2.2Info .......................................................................................................................... 22
4.2.3Wi-Fi .......................................................................................................................... 22
4.2.4Scoring......................................................................................................................... 22
4.2.5Targets ......................................................................................................................... 22
4.2.6System...........................................................................................................................23
4.2.7GPS ...........................................................................................................................23
4.2.8Test ...........................................................................................................................23
Chapter 5:Recording Your Own Course........................................................................................... 24
5.1 Naming Personal SkyCaddie Courses..........................................................................................24
5.2 Recording Green Targets...........................................................................................................24
5.3 Setting Par and Handicap..........................................................................................................24
5.4 Playing Personal SkyCaddie Courses...........................................................................................24
5.5 Re-Recording Personal SkyCaddie Courses..................................................................................24
5.6 Renaming or Deleting Personal SkyCaddie Courses......................................................................25
Appendices................................................................................................................................... 26
Appendix A: Helpful Hints.................................................................................................................26
Appendix B: Target Icons and Target Descriptors.................................................................................27
Appendix C: Battery Information and Safety Requirements...................................................................28
© 2011-12 SkyHawke Technologies, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
U.S. Patent Numbers 7,118,498; 6,456,938; 5,740,077; 5,507,485 & Patent Pending.
SkyCaddie® User’s Guide. All content within is copyrighted by SkyHawke Technologies, LLC and may not be reprinted without permission. The
content of this guide is furnished for informational use only, is subject to change without notice, and should not be construed as a commitment by
SkyHawke Technologies, LLC. SkyHawke assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or inaccuracies that may appear in the informational
content contained in this guide. SkyGolf®, SkyCaddie®, ClubSG™, TrueGround™, TruePoint™ GPS, SkyCourse®, IntelliGreen®, IntelliGreen® Pro,
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Technology Center, 274 Commerce Park Drive, Suite M, Ridgeland, Mississippi 39157 USA.
Register your SGX W at www.skygolf.com/register after you have used your Limited Advanced Feature Course Map Trial
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CHAPTER 1
Getting Started
1.1SkyCaddie® SGXW Overview
1.1.1 Button Layout
Omni-Directional,
High Performance GPS Antenna
Satellite Signal Indicator
Digital Clock
Battery Gauge
Micro-USB Port
(for charging and connecting
to your computer)
Sync / Wi-Fi
Help
Settings
Left Key
Note
In the event the SGXW seems
unresponsive, press and hold the
Mark Ball button while pressing
the Center Power Key.
Mark Ball Button
Menu Button
Optical Trackpad
Right Key
Hole Button
Info Button
Power Button & Cursor Lock / Unlock
1.1.2 Navigation Keys
•Power Button: Powers the SkyCaddie® SGXW on and off. To power on the SGXW,
press button until the display turns on. To power off the SGXW, press the button
then select “Off” with the Right Key .
•Left and Right Keys: Selects options displayed above the key on the LCD screen.
Left and Right Key selections always override on-screen options.
•Optical Trackpad: Provides precise on-screen navigation for more accurate distances
without touching, scratching or smudging your display. The Optical Trackpad is
sensitive to touch and does not require you to press down hard on the surface to
move the on-screen cursor. Gently slide your fingertip across the pad to navigate. It
has also been designed to work with a gloved hand. You cannot select options on the
SkyCaddie® by pressing the Optical Trackpad. You will need to use one of the keys
above the Trackpad to make an on-screen selection.
Power off confirmation
1.1.3 Button Descriptions
Tip
To toggle the dynamic RangeVue™
yardage arcs on and off, simply press
the Info button when on the Play or
Demo Mode screens.
•Info: When not in Play or Demo mode, pressing the Info button displays SGX W information: your name,
your phone number, the serial number, software version, the version of the basic green data installed,
and the version of the SkyCaddie® operating system.
During Play or Demo mode, the Info button is used to
turn the RangeVue™ feature on and off by pressing once
for ON and again for OFF. RangeVue™ is discussed later
in this guide.
Holding down the Info button during Play or Demo Mode
displays the course name, contact information, hole in
play, and the hole’s par and handicap.
•Menu: The Menu button is used to display the SkyCaddie’s
Main Menu while powered on.
Info (Non-Play mode)
Info (Play mode)
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•Hole: During play, press the Hole button to manually advance to a different hole
than the one you are on. If Auto-Hole Advance is turned on, you will not need
to press this button to go to the next hole, since the SGX W will know to change
holes automatically. Choose to select that hole or advance to a different hole by
scrolling through the list of holes using the Trackpad. Select “OK” with the Right
Key to select the hole.
•Mark Ball: The SGXW’s Mark Ball feature calculates your shot distance. This feature
is useful in determining how far you typically hit each club in your bag, leading
to better club selections and an overall improvement in course management. To
use, press the Mark Ball Button, then select “Mark” with the Right Key before
taking your shot. Press the Mark button again when you get to the location where
your ball landed. The shot distance will be displayed. Mark Ball is discussed later
in this guide.
Hole selection screen
1.1.4 On-Screen Indicators
• Battery Gauge: Displays the SGX W’s remaining battery level.
• Digital Clock: Displays the current time based on the signal that the SGX W receives from the satellites.
• Satellite Signal Indicator: Shows real-time GPS satellite signal strength. The plus sign (+) above the signal
bars indicates that SBAS (Satellite-Based Augmentation System) has been acquired. This is the preferred
signal level for optimal performance.
1.2 System Requirements
Have a New Computer?
If you recently purchased a new PC
or Mac (within the last year or so),
it should be compatible with the
SkyCaddie SGXW system.
Before registering and activating your SGX W with SkyGolf using the free CaddieSync™ Express desktop
software or wirelessly using the built-in Wi-Fi capability of the SGX W, please make sure your computer
meets the minimum system requirements:
• PC with Windows® XP / Vista / 7 (32- or 64-bit)
• Mac OS® 10.5 or higher, Intel® processor
• 512 MB of RAM (1 GB of RAM recommended)
• 100 MB of available hard disk space
• Available USB 1.1 or 2.0 port
• Internet access (High-speed recommended)
• Microsoft® Internet Explorer® 9.0, FireFox®, Safari®, Chrome
• Optional 2.4GHz Wi-Fi hotspot without browser authentication
1.3 Charging Your SGXW
IMPORTANT!
When charging the SGX ,
please use a wall outlet
instead of your computer.
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To ensure that your SkyCaddie® is fully charged and ready to play, always charge your SGX W using a wall
outlet. We recommend charging the SGX W each time before playing a round. If the battery level is low, a full
recharge may take 4-6 hours.
Charging Your SGXW Using a Wall Outlet
DO NOT power the SGXW off
while it is charging. Keeping the
device ON and on the Charging
screen. It will automatically power
off when charging is complete.
1. Gently pull back the rubber cover located on the upper left side of the SGXW to
gain access to the micro-USB port. Using the cable included in the box, insert
the micro-USB connector into the port.
2. Take the USB end of the cable and insert it into the power adapter that is included
in the box.
3. Plug the power adapter into an open wall outlet or surge protector.
Battery Charging
screen
4. The SGX W’s display will turn on and display the Sync screen. Select “Charge”
using the Right Key to display the Battery Charging screen and to begin charging the SGX W. After 10
seconds, this screen will fade out and the device will be in a hibernation mode while it is charging.
Remain on the Battery Charging screen while charging. When fully charged, the SGX W will power off.
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1.4 Power Saving
Your SkyCaddie SGX W is a powerful mobile GPS device. In order to make the most of each battery charge,
the software on the SGX W includes Power Saving features to preserve battery life during times when it is
inactive. After a short period of time, if the SGX W is inactive, the display’s backlight will automatically turn
off. To turn it back on, simply press any key.
Additionally, after 30 minutes of inactivity, the device will automatically shut off by default. You may change
the timer setting by going to the Main Menu > Settings > System.
When the SGXW was shipped, the backlight setting was set to 60% brightness. For most players, this
brightness setting will be optimal. However, if you wish to change the brightness settings, go to the Main
Menu > Settings > Options.
1.5 Wireless Capability of the SGXW
SMARTPHONE
TETHERING
Wireless Tethering or Mobile
Hotspot connectivity is offered by
many cellular carriers and phone
manufacturers, but NOT all.
It is important that you consult
with your cellular provider to confirm
that they offer the service on your
phone and that you are using the
appropriate monthly cellular plan
and understand the charges.
Your cellular provider can be a good
resource for setting up
Mobile Hotspot functionality
on your smartphone.
IMPORTANT!
The SGXW only supports
non-browser based Wi-Fi
networks. Any wireless network
that requires you to view a
web page and enter a login or
password on that web page
is NOT supported.
The SkyCaddie® SGX W can connect wirelessly to SkyGolf.com using a compatible wireless
or Wi-Fi network to download course maps, upload scorecards to ClubSG™ and update your
SkyCaddie’s membership information.
1.5.1 Wireless Network Locations
You may use wireless networks at your home, office, and course (if available)
— plus public Wi-Fi hotspots. The SGX W only supports non-browser based WiFi networks. Any wireless network that requires you to view a web page and
enter a login or password on that web page is NOT supported.
In addition, the SGX W can connect to a smartphone using “Wireless Tethering”. Wireless Tethering is a new
feature now offered by many cell phone carriers whereby you may use your smartphone’s Internet access as
a “Mobile Hotspot” or “Personal Hotspot”. Additional data charges may apply; see your cell phone carrier’s
website for details.
1.5.2 Types of Compatible Wireless Networks
The SGX W can access open wireless networks, which require no password. It may also connect to secured
wireless networks, provided that you have a password or key to enter into the device. The SGXW allows
you to either select or enter a wireless router’s SSID, and a password (if required).
Again, the SGXW only supports non-browser based Wi-Fi networks. Any wireless network that requires you
to view a web page and enter a login or password on that web page is NOT supported.
1.5.3 Setting Up a Wireless Network on the SGXW
Follow the steps below to connect to a wireless network. Once a wireless network has been entered into
the SGX W, it will be stored on the device so you will not need to re-enter it the next time.
1. Power on the SGXW by pressing and holding the “Power” button until the display turns on.
2. Once the “Main Menu” appears, use the optical trackpad to scroll down to the “Settings” button and press
the Right Key under “OK”.
3. On the “Settings” menu, scroll to highlight the Wi-Fi button, then select “OK”.
4. The SGXW will search for available wireless networks within its range. All visible wireless networks will be
displayed on the screen.
a. If you see the network
name that you wish to use
(called an SSID), highlight
that network by scrolling
to it and choose “Select”
with the Right Key.
b. If you wish to use a network that does not broadcast an SSID publically,
scroll through the list to
“Advanced Setup” and
enter in the SSID manually.
Search for networks
Selecting a network
Advanced network setup
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5. Under the Setup Options for that network, choose
“Connect to Network”, then press the Right Key.
6. The SGX W will attempt to connect wirelessly to the
selected network. If the network you are attempting to
connect to is secure (requires a password to connect)
the on-screen keyboard will display. Enter the appropriate
password to connect. Once you have a successful
wireless connection, you can sync the SGXW to SkyGolf.
com to perform multiple tasks without connecting to the
computer.
1.6 Free Limited Course Map Trial
Entering in an SSID
Network selected
Your SGX W includes a limited-time course map trial, so that you can start playing with the SkyCaddie out
of the box. The limited trial period begins from the date of purchase; after the trial period, you will need to
complete the registration process and sign up for a SkyCaddie® Membership plan that best suits your needs
to continue playing with the course maps.
You may use one of the Basic Green course maps that are preloaded on the device (which provide front,
center, and back of each green) or download up to 10 advanced feature course maps from SkyGolf.com
wirelessly (Wi-Fi connection only).
1.6.1 Using Preloaded Basic Course Trial
Your SGX W comes preloaded with basic green information (front, center, back
distances) for up to 40,000 of our ground-verified courses for 30 days.
Your complimentary 30-day trial period begins from date of purchase. On Day 31,
you will need to purchase a SkyCaddie® Membership plan in order to continue playing
with the Basic Green course or an advanced feature course.
Selecting a Basic Green Course Map
1. On the Main Menu, select “Courses”.
2. Select “Preloaded Courses” from the Course Selection list.
3. Follow the on-screen options to select your region, state, and course name.
4. Once you’ve selected a course, select “Play Now”.
5. Select the hole you are on, then press the Right Key under “OK” to start.
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1.6.2 Using Advance Feature Course Map (Trial Via Wi-Fi Only)
Your SGX W may wirelessly download up to 10 advanced feature course maps for 30
days before you must register.
Your complimentary 30-day trial period begins from date of purchase. On Day 31,
you will need to purchase a SkyCaddie® Membership plan in order to continue playing
with the Basic Green course or an advanced feature course. Once you have registered
with an annual SkyCaddie® Membership plan, you may download advanced feature
courses via Wi-Fi OR via wired connection (using the enclosed USB cable).
Selecting an Advanced Feature Course Map Via Wi-Fi
1. On the Main Menu, select “Courses”.
2. Select “Preloaded Courses” from the Course Selection list.
3. Follow the on-screen options to select your region, state, and course name.
4. Once you’ve selected a course, select “Get Advanced” to download the full course map (if you have not
setup a wifi connection, you will be prompted to do so).
5. After the course has downloaded, press the Right Soft key under ‘Play’ to start playing the course.
IMPORTANT!
The previous SkyCaddie® desktop
software, CaddieSync®, is NOT
compatible with the SkyCaddie®
SGXW. You will need to install
CaddieSync® Express to allow
communication with the SGXW.
Note
This section guides you through
a wired connection using the
enclosed cable. You may also
choose to register your SkyCaddie
using the built-in Wi-Fi capability
of the SGXW.
For instructions on wireless
activation and registration,
please see the Wi-Fi
Quick Start Guide.
1.7 Downloading and Installing CaddieSync® Express
CaddieSync® Express allows your SGX W communicate with SkyGolf.com through a process called syncing.
It is used to register your SGX W, search for Advanced Featured Course maps from our online library, upload
your round data to ClubSGBETA, personalize your SGX W software, receive course map updates and receive
software maintenance updates.
To install the latest version of CaddieSync® Express onto your computer:
1. Using a computer with Internet connection, launch a web browser and type the following address in the
address field: http://www.myskycaddie.com
2. Click the “Sync” button to initiate the installation process. After CaddieSync® Express is successfully
installed, you can simply click on the “Sync” button at the upper right-hand corner of the SkyGolf.com
website to sync your SGX W with your SkyGolf® account.
3. Follow the simple onscreen instructions to complete installation .
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1.8 Activating and Registering Your SGXW Using CaddieSync® Express
Upon installing CaddieSync® Express successfully on your computer, the application will prompt you to
connect your SGX W to the computer so you may complete the activation process. Follow these simple steps
to connect your SGX W to your computer.
Connect the SGX W to Your Computer using the USB cable provided
1. Gently pull back the rubber cover located on the upper left side of the SGX W to gain access to the MicroUSB Port. Take the cable that is included in the box and insert the micro-USB connector (the smaller
end) into the open port.
2. Connect the USB end into an open USB port on your computer.
3. After connecting your SGXW as prompted by CaddieSync® Express, click “Sync” to start the communication
process. CaddieSync® Express will attempt to connect to your SGX W.
Connecting the SGXW
When connecting and disconnecting
the SGXW to your computer, make
sure that it is powered OFF when
you connect the cable. As soon
as the cable is plugged into the
computer, the SGXW should
power on automatically.
4. For first time users, CaddieSync® Express will return a message instructing you to register your SkyCaddie®.
From that screen, click “Register Now” to start the process. The application will prompt you to create a
login and password.* Note: If you already have created an account, enter that login and password.
During this process, you may select and purchase a nominally-priced SGX W Membership Plan and optional
Extended Warranty. The optional Extended Warranty for your SkyCaddie® SGXW will extend the standard
6-month manufacturer’s limited warranty to a 12-month warranty against defects in materials and
workmanship. Terms and conditions are listed online at: http://www.skygolf.com/skygolf/legal/warranty.aspx.
*
If you purchased your SGX W from a retailer or a pro shop and do not have a SkyCaddie® online account yet, you will
set one up during the Activation process.
1.9SkyCaddie® Membership Benefits
You should expect the best in a rangefinder, and SkyCaddie® believes your game is worth it. That’s why we
invest thousands of man-hours and millions of dollars every year to train, equip, send out and support our
worldwide network of experienced SkyCaddie® Mappers. We’re moving beyond rangefinders to become the
ultimate destination for golf knowledge, connecting you to your game, your equipment, your course, your
PGA Teaching Professional, and other golfers.
During registration, you’ll be given the option to select an annual Membership plan, providing you with a host
of benefits and value. You can significantly increase the value of your SkyCaddie with these member benefits:
• You’ll enjoy unlimited access to the most reliable course information in golf. SkyCaddie maintains
the largest ground-verified course map library in the world, now approaching 40,000 courses. ONLY
SkyCaddie walks the ground of EVERY course you play, using survey-grade GPS equipment for precision
mapping. Nothing else comes close.™
Note
You can browse the Course Map
library anytime through the public
area of www.SkyGolf.com. However,
in order to obtain the courses for use
with your SGXW, you MUST have a
Membership Plan to download them.
• You can trust that the information on your SkyCaddie® is always up-to-date. By working with — and
not circumventing — local golf course professionals, SkyCaddie® is notified when a course’s layout has
changed so that we can update our map for that course. It doesn’t matter if it’s a major renovation or just
the removal of a critical tee target. We will send out a SkyCaddie® Mapper to re-map the course in a timely
manner, and notify you if a course map you’ve downloaded has changed. In 2010 alone, we re-mapped
over 1,000 courses a month!
• Powerful distance information is presented in an understandable way, so you only need to focus on
your swing. Our proprietary features such as IntelliGreen®, IntelliGreen® Pro, and HoleVue™ (where
available) show you real-time distances to key areas on the hole from your angle of approach, so you
can make better club selections and make better shots.
• Improve your game off the course and share your experiences with others on ClubSG™: Sync your
SkyCaddie® to our new exclusive online community to upload scores and track key stats with charts and
graphs to help visualize your game and connect with other golfers.
• Get exclusive, member-only offers to popular goods, services and destinations through Member Benefits+.
Through our relationship to some of the world’s biggest brands, our members can receive discounts, packages,
and other offers not available anywhere else!
• You’ll receive the latest software updates for your SkyCaddie® to keep it running at peak performance. Whether
you are a PC user or a Mac user, software updates are common. The software that runs on your SkyCaddie®
needs to be updated too. By regularly syncing wirelessly or by using the cable and our CaddieSync® Express
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software, your SkyCaddie will download software maintenance updates and the latest map updates for the
courses you play.
• Keep your favorite courses altogether in your personal online account. Manage and save the courses
you play regularly in your Favorites list within ClubSG™. Your membership plan ensures your favorite
courses are easily accessible when you’re ready to play.
• You’ll receive anytime, anywhere access to your courses, uploaded scorecards and personal game
statistics. Access your personal golf information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, anywhere in the world
where there is a computer with Internet access!
• And remember, SkyCaddie Customer Support is always here if you need us. Should anything interfere
with your SkyCaddie® experience, our knowledgeable staff is always available by web, email, or phone
to walk through a resolution with you. Or check out our Support forum on ClubSG™ to see if the answer
to your question is already available!
ClubSG™ homepage at http://clubsg.skygolf.com. ClubSG™ delivers timely golf articles, equipment reviews, community
leaderboards, forums, golf course ratings, and much more! SkyCaddie Members automatically receive free ClubSG™
Premium access, with the ability to upload round data from the SGXW and access to over 50 game tracking stats, as part of
their annual Membership plan.
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chapter 2
Ground-Mapped Courses For Your SGXW
2.1 About Course Maps
Did You Know?
Since SkyGolf started back in 2001,
until the release of the SGXW, our
Mappers have walked approximately
290,850 miles — a distance that is
the equivalent of walking nearly
12 times around the Earth!
Your SkyCaddie® SGX W requires the use of maps to provide distance
information on the device (also known as SkyCourses®). SkyCaddie uses
the only method that Tour caddies use to provide distances to their Pros:
we walk the course. With a course library approaching 40,000 maps,
SkyCaddie maintains the largest ground-mapped course database in the
world. No one else uses this method, because it is very expensive in terms
of labor and money. But SkyCaddie invests thousands of man-hours and
millions of dollars every year to maintain our ground-mapped course
library because we believe your game is worth it. Our members trust the
information that their SkyCaddie provides them, which is why SkyCaddie
has remained the leader in this technology for the last 10 years.
Our course map library is growing daily. Whenever we receive a notification
that a course layout has changed, we send a mapper out to re-map
the course, so that our members have the most up-to-date distance
information in the game. We update thousands of courses a month.
Note
Preloaded course maps will ONLY
show the distances to the front,
center, and back of the green. If you
wish to see other targets on the hole,
or some of the other views as shown
on the SGXW packaging, you will need
to download and use an Advanced
Feature course map.
The SGX W is capable of storing and using two types of professionallymapped courses: 1) Basic Green course maps (also referred to as
“preloaded courses”) and 2) Advanced Feature course maps.
Professional SkyCaddie Mapper
wearing our survey-grade GPS
backpack while ground-mapping a
golf course
2.2 About Basic Green Courses (Preloaded Courses)
The SGX W comes preloaded with Basic Green information (front, center, back
distances) for up to 40,000 of our ground-verified courses for 30 days. This allows
it to be ready-to-play out of the box.
The 30-Day trial period begins from date of purchase. On Day 31, your SGX W will
only display the benefits that correspond to the membership plan you purchased.
Should you choose one of our SGX W membership plans, you will receive the Basic
Green information related to the plan you selected only for the region you specified.
Basic Green Distances
The front, center and back of the
green for the hole you are playing
show distance calculations based on
a line of approach from the center of
the fairway. Basic Green distances do
not adjust based on a different angle
of approach. This is different from
IntelliGreen, which rotates the green
and recalculates distances from your
angle of approach.
The green image used for the background for Basic Green courses is NOT intended
to represent the true shape of the green for the hole you are on; only IntelliGreen®,
IntelliGreen® Pro, and HoleVue™ on Advanced Feature course maps display the true
shape of the green.
Basic Green course play
screen with yardages
During the preload trial period, the scoring and mark ball features are available. However, the SGX W will
only maintain a scorecard for the round you’re playing (while the device is on), until a Membership plan has
been purchased; then the number of rounds that can be saved on the device will increase to 20 rounds.
2.3 About Advanced Feature Courses
Advanced Feature, ground-mapped SkyCourses are available only to SkyCaddie
Members. These courses unlock the full potential of your SGX W by displaying not
only basic green information, but distances to hazards, carries and layups as well.
Any feature on a golf course that comes into play or is typically marked is called a
Target. When a SkyCaddie Mapper walked the course you are on, he identified and
recorded several tee, fairway and green targets per hole that you would want to know
the distance to in order to choose the best club for your shot.
Almost all Advanced Feature course maps include IntelliGreen and distances to
hazards, carries, and layups. With this information, you will have everything you
need to play your best golf.
2.3.1 Overview of Advanced Course Management Features
• Interactive HoleVue™ With Patented Auto Zoom: With an eagle’s view of the
entire hole, get the distances you need to avoid hazards and play smart golf from
Interactive HoleVue
with Zoom may be
available with an
Advanced Feature
course map
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tee to green. Using the precision of the Optical Trackpad, measure to any point on the hole whether you
can see what’s ahead or not.
• Dynamic RangeVue™: Multiple yardage arcs overlay fairway landing areas and greens to allow you to
select the best club for every shot much more quickly. Use RangeVue™ to get the distances you need
to start playing smarter and faster from tee to green.
• Patented IntelliGreen® Technology: IntelliGreen® displays the exact shape of the green from your angle
of approach to turn every shot into a scoring opportunity. Get front carry and back distances, depth of
green, and distances to any other point on the green — simultaneously.
• IntelliGreen® Pro: IntelliGreen® Pro is another proprietary feature that adds distances to major green
contours and false fronts — plus any other point on the green from your angle of attack to save strokes
and reduce three putts. Not all courses have significant green contours that require this feature.
• QuickVue™: SkyCaddie’s exclusive QuickVue provides a virtual preview of the safest path from the tee to
green. At a single glance, golfers know the exact green shape with IntelliGreen®, the total distance from
tee to the green, the shape of the golf hole, the distance and direction to the perfect fairway position
and the distance remaining from that position for the approach shot to the green. All information is
derived from SkyCaddie’s exclusive TrueGround™ mapping technology to provide golfer’s with the highest
reliability in the industry.
• PinPoint™ Technology (Coming January 2012): No more aiming and missing with lasers trying to get
hole positions. SkyCaddie’s PinPoint™ Technology allows you to add pin positions to measure to the hole.
Combined with SkyCaddie’s patented IntelliGreen®, you’ll have the yardages you need to the front carry,
back, center and hole-location — automatically from your line of approach. You’ll hit more greens, have
more birdie putts and avoid greenside hazards, even if you can’t see them. (Note: Requires access to
pin sheets or green zones; not offered at all courses. See SkyGolf.com for feature availability.)
2.4 Searching and Downloading Courses To Your SGXW
Downloading an Advanced Feature Course Map Wirelessly
1. On the Main Menu, select “Courses”.
2. Select “Preloaded Courses” from the Course Selection list.
3. Follow the on-screen options to select your region, state, and course name.
4. Once you’ve selected a course, select “Get Advanced” to download the full course map (If you have not
setup a Wi-Fi connection, you will be prompted to do so).
Note: If you are on a course that has Wi-Fi access, you can select that course map quickly by acquiring
a satellite signal, selecting “Nearby Courses” from the Course Selection list, find the course and select
“Get Advanced”.
Downloading Advanced Feature Course Maps from ClubSG using CaddieSync® Express
Searching for Courses:
1. Connect the USB cable to your SGX W and computer. Then go to www.skygolf.com to sync your device.
In the upper right hand corner of the page, click the “SYNC” button to connect to your account.
IMPORTANT!
When your SGXW is in the process of
syncing with CaddieSync, please DO
NOT remove the cable or interrupt
the syncing process. Syncing
typically takes less than a minute.
2. Click “Courses” on the top of SkyGolf.com
2. Click “Course Search” to open the search page
3. Type in the course or facility name and location (state, zip, postal code) and click “Submit”.
4. On the Course Search results page, you will see a listing of courses and icons next to each one representing
what features are available for that course map.
5. To select the course for download, click “Add to My Courses”. This will move the selected course to “Your
Courses”. Click the “Your Courses” link to view all courses in your list.
Downloading Courses:
1. From within “Your Courses”, choose the courses you want to download by clicking “Select” on the right
side of the screen. Your SGX W can hold up to 50 full-featured course maps at a time.
2. When ready, click the button that is labeled “Wired Download”. CaddieSync® Express will download the
courses to your SGX W, replacing any courses that were previously installed.
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chapter 3
Playing Golf With Your SGXW
3.1 Acquiring Signals
Note
If you have the Scoring option turned
on under “Settings > Scoring”,
then when you select “Play Golf” or
“Courses”, the SGXW will ask you if
you wish to start a new round before
the Course Selection screen appears.
Did You Know?
A Demo Course has also been
preloaded on the SGXW to allow you
to view some of the functionality of
the SGXW through a simulation. If no
courses are installed on your SGXW, it
will open the “Demo Course”. If only
one course is loaded, the SGXW will
ask if you want to play that course.
While standing outside prior to play, power on the SGX W by
pressing the center Power button. The SGX W will power on
and display the Main Menu. Using the Trackpad, scroll to
and highlight “Play Golf” and choose “OK” with the Right
Key to begin. The SGX W will search for satellite signals,
keeping you informed of its status using the progress bar.
Once satellite signals have been acquired, the Satellite Signal
Indicator will show the signal strength, represented by a series
of bars. The SGXW will then automatically advance to the
next screen (or you may choose to manually advance to the
next screen while the GPS continues to search for signals).
Main Menu
Satellite Search screen
3.2 Selecting a Course to Play
Once the SGX W has acquired satellite signals, the AutoCourse Select feature will attempt to determine your location
and automatically select the closest installed course. In the
event that you have a Basic Green (Preloaded) map and
an Advanced Feature Course map of the same golf course
installed on the SGXW, the SGXW will select the Advanced
Feature Course by default.
When a course is displayed on the Course Selection screen,
either select that course to play, or simply scroll to another
course. Courses will be sorted by distance from your current
Course Selection screen
location. “Preloaded Courses...” will let you search for Basic
Green courses on the SGXW. “Nearby Courses...” will tell the SGXW to auto-search
for the closest golf courses from your location and display them.
Hole Selection screen
Once a course has been selected, the SGX W will ask you for the hole to start on or you may choose to select
the Driving Range. If the course you are playing has a driving range that has been mapped by a SkyCaddie
Mapper, the Driving Range feature will display the actual distance to each yardage sign based on the location
of the hitting area.
3.2.1 Manually Selecting a Basic Green Course (Preloaded Course):
1. On the Main Menu, select either “Courses” or “Play Golf”
2. On the Course Selection screen, scroll to the option that says “Preloaded Courses...” then press the Right
Key under “OK”.
Note
After the 30-day Basic Green
Course Preload trial period is
over, you will only see courses for
the region your Membership plan
covers. If you sign up for a SGXW
Membership before the 30 day trial
is over, you will still have access to
all of the preloaded courses.
3. Choose the Region (typically the country) of the golf course’s location by moving the Trackpad up/down,
then select “OK”.
4. Choose the State/Province or
other sub-region where the
course is located by scrolling up/
down, then select “OK”.
5. Search for the course by name
by scrolling through the list of
courses shown on the SGX W.
Once you have discovered the
course, press the Right Key
under “OK”. The SGX W will load
that course map so you can play
using that information.
Choosing the country of
the Basic Green course
Choosing the state of
the Basic Green course
Selecting the course
name within the state
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3.2.2 Manually Selecting an Advanced Feature Course:
1. You must have a Membership and have downloaded an Advanced Feature Course map to be able to
select it on the SGX W. See Section 2.4 for more information.
2. On the Main Menu, select either “Courses” or “Play Golf”.
3. On the Course Selection screen, scroll to the course name you want, then press the Right Key under “OK”.
3.3 Target Views (Available on Advanced Feature Courses through Membership Only)
The SGX W offers several target view options to represent key distance information in a variety of ways. Enable
the target views that best fit your style of play. By default, Target Views are turned ON. However, you may
choose the target views you prefer to see on each hole by changing the Target View setting.
To change the Target View setting:
1. From the Main Menu, highlight the “Settings” icon. Choose “OK” with the Right Soft key to select it.
2. Under Settings, scroll to “Targets” and choose “OK” to open it.
3. Using the Trackpad, highlight
“Target Views” (a checkmark
will appear to the left when
highlighted) and choose
“Select” with the Right Key to
display Target View options.
4. To enable or disable a particular Target View option,
choose “Select” with the
Right Key. Pressing the Right
Key will toggle the target
view selection on/off.
Settings menu
Target preferences
Target View setting
5. When finished, press the Left Key beneath “Done” to return to the previous screen.
3.3.1 Interactive HoleVue™ With Zoom:
HoleVue offers a ground-rectified graphic of every golf hole. With HoleVue, you’ll see the ideal line of
play for that hole, real-time distances for the tee shot and approach shot, plus you can re-position the
line of play to know the distance to any point on a hole in order to play with fewer strokes. Additionally,
HoleVue includes a patented zoom function to dial into the exact area you need to see.
• Know Your Location: Indicated by a red “X”, XMark™ displays your actual position on HoleVue,
automatically updating as you move. Powered by SkyGolf’s proprietary TruePoint™ GPS Precision
Positioning Technology, XMark always shows where you are in relation to hole features that affect
play – even if you can’t see them!
Tip
The target cursor on HoleVue™ and
IntelliGreen® screens is locked by
default. To unlock the cursor on those
screens, simply press the Center
Key (Power button). Once unlocked,
slide your finger across the Trackpad
to freely move the cursor target to
the desired location and release.
Press the Center Key again to lock
the target cursor in place.
Note
On Par 3s, you will not be able to
create a custom target and the
HoleVue the image will display
without a yellow line.
• To See Distances to Any Point on the Hole (Par 4s and 5s only): XTarget™ is a feature of Interactive
HoleVue With Zoom that allows you to create a personal fairway targets. With XTarget, you’ll get
the distance you need to any target, layup or safe area on a hole, and from that target to the center
of the green. Knowing this critical distance information will help you save strokes by staying in the
smart zones and getting out of trouble areas.
Creating a personal fairway target with XTarget:
The line of play (yellow line) will indicate the distance between your location and
the center of the green. Use the Trackpad to drag the target down from the green
to any where on the hole. The distance from your location to the target and the
remaining distance to the green will instantly appear. Move the target to your
desired position.
• To Zoom In or Out: Selecting “Zoom” above the Right Key allows you to zoom
three levels of the HoleVue graphic. The first level of zoom provides a closer
Custom Target Line
look at the fairway, the second level shows a closer view of the hazards that will
affect your approach shot, and the third level zooms directly to IntelliGreen. Press the Right Key to get
back to HoleVue. Holding down the Right Key under “Zoom” will reverse the zoom one level at a time.
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Note
On Par 4s and 5s, a yellow line
appears by default from the fairway
target to the green. To see the yellow
line from your location to the fairway
target, press the Mark Ball button.
As you approach the fairway target,
HoleVue will update and the yellow
line from the fairway target to the
green will disappear. To see it again,
you can create a custom target with
XTarget or use the Joystick to drag the
target down from the green.
Note
To toggle RangeVue on or off, simply
press the Info key.
• Tracking Shot Distance Within HoleVue: Using the Mark Ball button, mark your location prior to
taking your tee shot. Once marked, the SkyCaddie will display the total yards of the hole at the top
of the display. Additionally, the distance from your last mark (noted as “Mark” on the display) will
automatically update as you advance down the fairway. (See section “Determining Shot Distance”
for more instructions on marking your shots.)
• Recording Distance Off Tee: You can use the SGXW to store your driving distance. Press the Mark Ball button
before your tee shot and again when you arrive at the location of your tee shot (make sure to press “Mark” in
the confirmation screen). Next time you sync the driving distance will upload automatically to ClubSG™.
3.3.2 RangeVue™:
RangeVue™ displays preset yardage arcs on the HoleVue
and IntelliGreen screens and adjust dynamically over
fairway landing areas and over greens to allow you to
select the best club for every shot much more quickly.
RangeVue™ provides more information, faster and more
reliably than any laser rangefinder without aiming or
requiring line of sight.
By default, RangeVue is on. To toggle RangeVue on/off,
press the Info key.
3.3.3 QuickVue™:
QuickVue shows the safest path from the tee to green and displays hazards and reliable targets that
will come into play as you move down the course. The hazards and targets update automatically as you
move down the course.
• Identify the Hazards: QuickVue indicates hazards and targets by the following:
•
•
•
•
White squares = hazards
Blue squares = water
Tall green rectangles = trees
Red squares = tee-shot targets
• Knowing the Numbers: The “Tee Shot” distance plus the “Leaves” distance
provides the total distance from the tee box to the green following the safe
path down the fairway. The “Center” distance is the linear distance (a straight
line) from the tee box to the center of the green. If you add up the “Tee
Shot” distance and the “Leaves” distance, it will not be the same as “Center”
distance because they are displaying the distance to the green following two
different paths to the green.
QuickVue will display on courses where HoleVue is not available. For the SGX W,
QuickVue is turned “ON” by default and can be viewed on courses not currently
mapped with HoleVue.
QuickVue
To Toggle QuickVue On or Off
1. Go to “Menu” then select “Settings”
2. Under “Settings”, highlight “Targets” and select
3. Highlight “QuickVue” and select to toggle ON/OFF
If a course has both HoleVue and QuickVue, HoleVue will
display instead of QuickVue. To view QuickVue instead
of HoleVue:
1. Make sure QuickVue is set to ON (see above)
2. Under “Targets”, highlight “Target Views” and select
3. Highlight “HoleVue” and select. The black dot next
to “HoleVue” will disappear and it will be turned off
(see 3.3 for image reference)
Target preferences
QuickVue setting
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3.3.4 IntelliGreen®
SkyGolf’s proprietary IntelliGreen technology graphically
displays the true shape of the green, automatically
rotating it to match your angle of approach. It turns every
shot into a scoring opportunity by providing front carry
and back distances, depth of green, and distances to any
other point on the green — simultaneously.
If the Advanced Feature Course you are playing has
the HoleVue feature, you will be able to see greenside
hazards including bunkers and water with IntelliGreen.
IntelliGreen without
IntelliGreen with
RangeVue
RangeVue
The front carry, a point on the green (determined by the
position of the crosshair) and back distance are displayed
along the top of the screen. Each distance corresponds to a unique icon that is displayed on the green
shape for quick reference.
Reminder
You can toggle RangeVue on or off
on the IntelliGreen and IntelliGreen
Pro screens simply by pressing the
Info button.
If RangeVue is on, you will see yardage arcs displayed with preset distances, for quicker club selection.
For more precise distance information, press the Info key to turn RangeVue off, then use the Optical
Trackpad to re-position the crosshair by moving it in the desired direction and lock it. The distances will
recalculate automatically based on the new position of the line.
This view also includes the automatic depth of the green and the distance from your last mark, if you
used the Mark Ball feature on the hole. Green depth is an automatic calculation of the depth of the
green for your line of approach. The last mark measures, displays and updates the distance of your shots
as you advance down the course toward your ball. (See section “Determining Shot Distance” for more
instructions on marking your shots.)
While viewing the IntelliGreen screen, select “View” with the Left Key to see another target view. Continuing
to select “View” will return you to the IntelliGreen view.
Note
Not all greens or all courses have
noteworthy major green contours to
require this feature. In conformance
with USGA regulations, SkyCaddie
does not factor slopes or gradients
into distance calculations.
3.3.5 IntelliGreen® Pro
Built on proven IntelliGreen technology, IntelliGreen Pro offers all of the
functionality of IntelliGreen, plus the ability to display major tiers, contours, false
fronts and mounds from your angle of approach to the green. Like IntelliGreen,
you can use the new RangeVue feature for quick, present yardages. Or press
the Info button to turn RangeVue off and move the IntelliGreen crosshairs to
the ridge lines on the image of the green to get instant distances and depth
information to major tiers. This kind of crucial scoring information is only possible
by precision-mapping a golf course from the ground.
If an Advanced Feature Course map has an IntelliGreen Pro feature, this version
of IntelliGreen will be used by the SGX W.
IntelliGreen Pro feature
3.3.6 Target List (Hazards, Carries and Layups)
The Target List displays a list of distances to hazards, carries and layups located ahead from your position
on the hole. You may use the Trackpad to scroll up or down through the targets manually, or let the SGX W
automatically update the list of targets ahead, as you move down the fairway. The Target List also calculates
and displays the “Leaves” distance to the Center of Green from the highlighted target.
If you marked your previous shot using the Mark button, the distance from that last mark (labeled “Last Mark”)
will be displayed in the center of the Target List screen.
3.3.7 Big Number and Center Only
Big Number View displays the selected target distance
as a very large number for easy viewing. Press up/down
on the Trackpad to switch between one target at a time.
Center Only displays the distance to the center in a
large, big number format. If Center Only is select, it will
automatically turn OFF all other targets views. By default,
Center Only will be turned OFF.
Big Number
Center Only
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3.4 Determining Shot Distance Using Mark Ball
Simply press the Mark Ball button at the location where
you are going to take your shot. The “Mark New Ball
Location?” screen will display. Select “Mark” by pressing
the Right Key to record your current location and then
take your shot.
When you get to the location where your ball came to
rest, press the Mark Ball button again to record and
display the distance. You may return to your previous
screen by selecting “Exit” or choose “Mark” to mark the
distance for another shot.
Mark Ball confirmation
Shot distance displayed
3.5 Viewing Course Information
To view information regarding the current hole while in Play Mode at any time, simply press and hold the
Info button until the hole information appears. The course’s name, address, the hole number you are on
and the par and handicap for that hole will appear. Press the Right Key under “OK” to exit from this screen.
3.6 Digital Scorecard
3.6.1 Turning on the Scoring Feature
By default, the Digital Scorecard on the SGX W is set to OFF.
To turn on the Digital Scorecard from the Main Menu:
1. Scroll down to “Settings” using the Trackpad, then press the Right Key for
“OK”
2. Navigate to the Scoring icon, then select “OK”
3. Under Scoring preferences, scroll to Round Options and make sure that
Scoring preferences
“Prompt for round options” is on. Simply choose “Yes” with the Right Key
to turn it on. Once on, the Round Options menu item will have a “1” next to it. Once the Digital
Scorecard is activated, the SGX W will ask you if you would like to use the scoring feature before each
round you play.
3.6.2 Using the Scoring Feature During Play
Edit Scorecard
You can also edit your Digital
Scorecard during or after your round
on your SkyCaddie. Simply highlight
the hole you want to edit from the
Scorecard Summary page and use
the Trackpad to select. You will then
be prompted to edit the score.
Maintaining your score with the Digital Scorecard is a manual process. In other
words, you need to manually input your scores to the SkyCaddie after you play
each hole. The SkyCaddie does not automatically track your scores.
At the end of each hole, the Digital Scorecard will display. Choose “Edit” with the
Left Key to input the number of shots it took to complete the hole. You can enter
your total score for each hole by swiping the Trackpad left/right on the Scorecard
screen (the score will default to par). When you are finished, simply choose “Done”
using the Right Key to continue to the next hole.
If you want to track additional stats including Putts and Fairways Hit, select
the hole using the Trackpad. To enter additional stats:
Entering the score
1. Scroll down to Putts on the score entry screen. Swipe left/right to adjust the number of Putts. No putts
will be recorded until you scroll to highlight “Putts”.
When you highlight “Putts”, it will default to 2.
2. Move downward again, then left/right to select
whether your shot hit the fairway or missed it (i.e.
missed left or missed right).
3. Press the Right Key under “Done” when finished.
The SGXW will display a summary of how many holes
have been played to that point in your round, how much
over or under par you are, your total score, and number
of putts. You have one of two options:
Entering Putts
Tracking Stats
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1. Press the Left Key under “Back” to return to the scorecard to choose edit to edit your score for that
hole, or
2. Press the Right Key under “OK” to proceed to the next hole.
If you want scoring ON but do not want to be automatically prompted to enter
a score between every hole, you have to option to turn Prompt Scoring OFF. By
default, Prompt Score will be turned ON. To change Prompt Score settings:
1. From the Main Menu, highlight “Settings” and choose “OK” with the Right
Key
2. Scroll to “Scoring” and choose “OK” with the Right Key to open it.
3. Within “Scoring”, scroll to “Prompt Score” and choose “Select” with the Right
Key.
4. Choose “Yes” or “No” to turn on or off prompt score.
Prompt Scoring option
When Prompt Score is turned off, the SGXW offers two ways to enter a score:
1. Press the Menu button to display the Mini-Menu. The Mini-Menu contains
a list of frequently used options. Scroll to “Scorecard” and choose “Select”
with the Right Key to open the Scorecard. Choose “Edit” with the Left Key
to enter your score.
— Or —
2. Simply turn the SGXW to the left to view the Scorecard in Landscape View.
Choose “Edit” with the Right Key to enter your score. Landscape View must
be turned on in order to use this option.
Mini-Menu
3.6.3 Viewing the Digital Scorecard
You may view your entire Digital Scorecard on your SGXW during play by pressing the Menu Button to display
the Mini-Menu and selecting the “Scorecard” option or if Landscape View is on, rotate the SGX W to the left.
The Scorecard shows you the established Pars and Handicaps for each hole, plus
the scores you entered as you completed each hole. From this screen you can:
1. Use the Trackpad to highlight the hole you are interested in viewing
2. Select “Edit” by pressing the Left Key to edit your score, or
3. Select “Done” to see the Over/Under Summary
The Over/Under Summary screen tracks your performance against the pars for
each hole. A negative number represents strokes under par; a positive number
represents strokes over par. An “E” displays if you complete a hole at par.
Digital Scorecard
When you are finished viewing this screen, you can either select “Exit” or “OK”
with the Left or Right Key. If you are still in the middle of a round at this point,
you can choose “Resume” on the Main Menu, and the SGX W will display the Hole Selection screen. Choose
the hole you are about to play, and continue with your round.
3.6.4 Setting Your Handicap or MyPar™ Target
You can adjust the Digital Scorecard to factor in your
Handicap or MyPar Target for the course you’re playing.
A MyPar Target is the target score for a particular golf
course that you want to achieve in order to improve
your game.
To Customize Your Handicap or MyPar Target From
the Main Menu:
1. Scroll to and select “Settings” at the bottom center of
the Main Menu.
Setting HCP
Setting MyPar
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2. Scroll to “Scoring” and choose “OK” with the Right Key to open it.
3. With Scoring turned on, scroll to HCP / My Par and choose “Select” with the Right Key.
4. Choose which you prefer the SGXW to use: Handicap or MyPar.
a. If you want to use Handicap, make sure “Select HCP” is highlighted and a selection dial is displayed.
With the trackpad, slide up or down to adjust to your Handicap value and choose “OK” with the
Right Key.
b. If you prefer to use MyPar, slide your finger to the right on the trackpad to highlight “MyPar”. Adjust
the value to your target score. Remember, the MyPar value corresponds to the target score for the
particular golf course you are about to play. When you have selected your target score, press the
Right Key under “OK”.
3.6.5 Optional Scoring Information
If you are using the Digital Scorecard to score your round, you can track Total Score, Putts, Fairways
Hit and Tee Shot Distance.
By default, all of these stats will be ON. However, you can choose to track Putts, Fairways Hit and Tee
Shot Distance (Total Score will always be ON when Scoring is ON).
To Turn OFF The Optional Scoring (Statistics) Information:
1. From the Menu Men scroll to “Settings” and choose “OK” with the Right Key
2. Scroll to “Scoring” and choose “OK” with the Right Key
3. Scroll to “Statistics Options” and choose “OK” with the Right Key to view the
options.
4. Select the stat(s) you want to turn OFF and choose “Select” with the Right
Key.
5. After you have made your desired selection, choose “Done” to save your
settings.
Scoring Preferences
To Record The Tee Shot Distance:
1. Press the Mark Ball button as you stand next to your ball when you are in the
Tee Box
2. Press “Mark” in the Mark Ball confirmation screen and take shot
3. When you arrive to the new location of your tee shot, press the Mark Ball
button again and select “Mark” in the confirmation screen
4. The distance will be saved and the SGXW will start measuring a new distance
Note: You will not be notified that the distance was saved. When you sync your
SGXW, the Tee Shot Distance will automatically upload to ClubSG™.
Mark Ball confirmation
3.6.6 Reviewing Saved Rounds
The SGXW will store 20 rounds for you to review, edit or delete directly on the device.
To Edit or Delete Rounds on the SGX W
1. From the Main Menu, scroll to and highlight “Scoring and Stats” and choose
“OK” with the Right Key to open it. The number of rounds saved out of 20
will appear at the top of the display.
2. Scroll through the listing of saved rounds to highlight the round to open.
3. If you prefer to delete the round, simply choose “Delete” with the Center Key.
Otherwise, choose “View” with the Right Key top view the desired round.
4. The scorecard for that round will appear. Choose “Edit” with the Left Key to
adjust your score and stats.
Saved Rounds
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3.7 AutoView Technology
Note
It’s OK to rotate the SkyCaddie with
AutoView; however, to maintain
optimal GPS accuracy, the device
needs to be oriented at a 45° or
90° angle. After you obtain your
distance information or enter/check
your scorecard, please rotate the
device back to a vertical position
(see Appendix A “Helpful Hints” for
more tips).
AutoView is designed to provide golfers with a
hands-free way of switching between multiple
play screens including HoleVue, IntelliGreen and
their Digital Scorecard, with just a simple turn
of the wrist. AutoView Technology is controlled
by the SGXW’s built-in accelerometer to provide
three viewing positions – one “portrait position”
and two additional “landscape positions”. By
default, AutoView is enabled for the SGXW.
AutoView, when combined with SkyCaddie’s other intelligent automation features including AutoCourse
Select, AutoHole Advance, HoleVue’s AutoZoom and IntelliGreen’s AutoGreen rotation (aligns with your
angle of approach), allows the SkyCaddie to operate from the first tee to the 18th green with virtually no
button pushes or touching your screen.
The default view in a portrait position is Interactive HoleVue With Zoom. When you rotate the device to
the right (clockwise), you will see IntelliGreen or IntelliGreen Pro in a landscape view. If you rotate the
device to the left (counter clockwises), you can access the Digital Scorecard. To view HoleVue again,
rotate the device to a portrait position.
To Change Your AutoView Settings:
1. From the Main Menu, scroll to “Settings” and press the Right Key to select it.
2. Highlight “Options” and choose “OK” with the Right Key.
3. Highlight “Landscape View” and choose “Select” with the Right Key.
4. Choose either YES or NO to enable or disable Landscape View.
You can also adjust the sensitivity of AutoView. This controls the level of rotation
needed to trigger the accelerometer to switch between portrait and landscape
positions. By default, the sensitivity is set to medium.
Landscape setting
To Adjust the AutoView Sensitivity:
1. From the Main Menu, select “Settings”
2. Scroll to “System” and choose “OK” with the Right Key to open it.
3. Scroll to “AutoView Sensitivity” and choose “Select” to open it.
4. Highlight the desired sensitivity and select “OK” with the Right Key.
AutoView Sensitivity
setting
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CHAPTER 4
SkyCaddie Menu Items
4.1 Main Menu
• Play Golf: To begin a round of golf using your SGX W, highlight “Play Golf”
and choose “OK” with the Right Key to open it. Upon opening Play Golf, the
SGXW will display the “Searching for Satellites” screen and begin acquiring
satellite signals. To cancel the satellite search and return to the Main Menu,
press the Left Key under “Exit”.
When satellite signals are acquired, the SGX W will attempt to determine your
location and with the Auto Select feature open the closest installed course.
You may choose to select a course manually by using the trackpad to scroll
through the list of courses. Upon selecting a course, choose the hole to
begin on and choose “OK” to begin.
Main Menu
• Courses: To quickly view a listing of all courses installed on your SGX W,
access the Preloaded Course and search for Nearby Courses, scroll to the
Courses menu item and choose “OK” with the Right Key to open it. The course list, along with detailed
information about each course, will appear. Using the trackpad, move up or down the listing to view
each course.
• Resume: Upon exiting a course during play, highlight and select Resume to return to that course.
• Scoring & Stats: View and edit saved rounds.
• Sync/Wireless: Choose this option anytime you
want to Sync with SkyGolf. When not connected to
a computer, the button will display a wireless signal
icon for syncing over Wi-Fi. When connected via
USB to a computer, the button will display syncing
arrows.
• Settings: Takes you to a menu that includes a number
of options, settings and information used to customize
your SGXW to best fit your needs.
Courses screen
Settings Menu
• Help: Selecting this option provides help screens on
how to use many of the Advanced Features.
4.2 Settings Menu
The Settings Menu is accessible from the Main Menu. From the Main Menu, use the trackpad to scroll to the
Settings icon located at the bottom of the screen. Once highlighted, choose “OK” using the Right Key to access
the menu.
4.2.1 Options
Options is a list of settings that you can adjust to fit your style of play. Within Options, use the trackpad to
move up and down the list to highlight the desired item. A checkmark will appear next to the item that is
highlighted. Choose “Select” with the Right Key to modify a setting option.
• Distance: Set the desired distance of measure as Yards, Meters, Miles, or Kilometers.
• Landscape View: Select this item to turn AutoView ON or OFF.
• Backlight: Adjust the brightness level of the backlight as needed. To adjust the Backlight percentage
level, scroll to Backlight and choose “Select”. Then scroll up/down through the options from 0% to
100% and choose “OK” to save your selection. The Backlight default is 60%. It is recommended to
keep the setting at that level to maximize battery life on a single charge.
• Power Save: By default, Power Save is enabled. Power Save is designed to maximize the battery life
on a single charge during a round. With Power Save on, the backlight will turn off after periods of
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inactivity. When the backlight turns off, the display will dim slightly. To turn the backlight back on,
simply slide your finger across the optical trackpad or press any button (except the Power button).
Although not recommended, Power Save can be disabled within Options.
• Auto Hole: Enable the Auto Hole feature to automatically advance to the next hole during play. To
turn ON Auto Hole, scroll to the menu item to highlight it. Choose “Select” with the Right Key to
open the option. Choose YES or NO to enable or disable the feature.
• Play Mode: Play Mode offers two options, Basic or Advanced. The default setting is Basic Mode,
which enables HoleVue and IntelliGreen only for quick and easy access to key on course information.
• Hole Color: Toggles between a high contrast color theme and a low color contrast theme. The high
contrast theme is typically used by most players, at it is easier to read in direct sunlight.
4.2.2 Info
The Info option contains information related to your Membership and ID/Version of your SGX W. Membership
detail includes: SkyCaddie Membership Plan, Serial Number, and Number of Courses currently stored on
your SGXW. The ID/Version screen includes your name, SkyCaddie’s customer support phone number, the
SGXW’s unique Serial Number and all applicable software versions currently installed.
4.2.3 Wi-Fi
The Wi-Fi option is used to setup and connect to nearby Wi-Fi networks. Once connected to a network,
you have the option to view network details or to ignore the network you are connected to. The Wi-Fi option
will identify if you are connected to a network and what the network name is. Additionally, it will indicate
which networks are “known” and which are “unknown”. Known networks are saved on the device and the
SGXW will automatically connect to a known network in range when you sync.
4.2.4 Scoring
The Scoring functions are customized through this menu. Set your Handicap or MyPar™ goal and configure
which statistics to capture during a round (Putts, Fairway Hit and Tee Shot Distance). For more information
on these settings, see Section 3.6.
4.2.5 Targets
Your SGXW will automatically display targets in front of you during play. You can always manually scroll back
to targets behind you if needed (by scrolling the trackpad up or down). In addition to automatically scrolling
targets, you can customize how your SGXW displays targets:
• Target Views: Target view options available to display during play include: HoleVue (Interactive
HoleVue with Zoom), IntelliGreen (IntelliGreen or IntelliGreen Pro), Target List (Hazards, Carries and
Layups), Big Number and Center Only. The default is to display HoleVue and IntelliGreen for each
hole. However, you can combine the options to best fit your style of play. Within Targets, scroll to
Target Views and choose “Select” with the Right Key to display the options.
Using the trackpad, scroll through each option and choose “Select” with the Right Key to either turn
ON or OFF the desired option(s). If a target view is set to display, “ON” will appear to the left of it in
the listing of views. To return to the main Targets menu, choose “Done”.
• Green At: Automatically switches to the IntelliGreen view when you reach a set distance. The default
to switch to IntelliGreen is 150 yards. You may adjust this setting from 50-500 yards.
• Green Ref: Sets the green target that you want to know the distance to when you make your approach
shot. When the Green Reference is set to “Front”, a small square will appear on the IntelliGreen where
the front is marked. The word “Front” will replace “Center” on target lists. The distance will be based
on the Front marker.
• QuickVue: From here, you can toggle QuickVue OFF/ON. To enable QuickVue, scroll to it and choose
“Select” with the Right Key to open it. Select YES or NO to enable or disable the feature. When
enabled, a “1” will appear next to the item on the Target screen. When disabled, a “0” will appear.
• Green Targets: Enable this option to display additional green targets (Example: Grn-RtCy, Grn-BackRt)
in the target list views. When enabled, a “1” will appear next to the item on the Target screen. When
disabled, a “0” will appear.
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• Targets First: Enabling this setting displays the target list from the tee first when you go to the next
hole (instead of displaying the IntelliGreen). The default setting is to display the IntelliGreen first. When
enabled, a “1” will appear next to the item on the Target screen. When disabled, a “0” will appear.
4.2.6 System
System Settings offers additional configuration specific to the operation of the SGX W.
• Reset to Factory: Resets the SGXW settings to the factory defaults when “Yes” is selected.
• Auto Off: Set the interval of time to automatically power off your SkyCaddie after no activity. Intervals
are 30/60/90 minutes or “Never”. Within System, scroll to “Auto Off” and choose “Select” to open
the setting. Using the trackpad, scroll up or down to the desired time interval and choose “OK” with
the Right Key to save your selection.
• Clear Data: Erases Courses, Scoring and Membership data attached to the SGXW. If you clear the
data, you will need to sync your SGXW to restore your membership details on the device.
• AutoView Sensitivity: Adjust the sensitivity of AutoView. This controls the level of rotation needed
to trigger the accelerometer to switch between portrait and landscape positions. By default, the
sensitivity is set to medium.
• Adjust Time: Once the SGXW acquires satellite signal, the time can be adjusted using this menu option.
• Language: Set your desired language to view screens and menu items in that language.
4.2.7 GPS
Selecting the GPS icon within Settings will open the GPS Reset screen. The reset option will reset the GPS
receiver. This function may be used while troubleshooting with SkyGolf Customer Support or if you notice
that your satellite signal appears to be poor. Press the Right Key under “Yes” to proceed with the reset, or
the Left Key under “No” to exit without a reset.
4.2.8 Test
Should you encounter any issues with the SGXW, a SkyGolf Customer Support representative may ask
you to run the Test tool. The Test tool will automatically perform three tests: a LCD Test, a Backlight Test,
and a Button Test.
• The LCD Test determines whether the SGXW’s high-resolution TFT-LCD display has dead pixels, a
blank screen, or other problems. The test will cause the screen to display all black, then all white.
• The Backlight Test checks the display’s backlight by automatically scrolling through different brightness
levels in 10% increments.
• The Button Test determines whether the SGXW software recognizes keys when you press them.
During this test, every button you press should show the name of that key on the display. To exit this
test, press the Left Key twice.
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CHAPTER 5
Recording Your Own Course
The SkyCaddie allows you to record three green targets (Front, Center, and Back per hole) for up to five personal courses that are stored on your SGXW. If you have purchased a SkyCaddie Membership Plan, you can
backup and store courses in your own online membership account using CaddieSync. Your personal recorded
courses will be stored in CaddieSync under Courses > “Courses I’ve Mapped”.
5.1 Naming Personal SkyCaddie Courses
To record a course, select Courses from the Menu screen then scroll up to New
Course and select “OK”. If scoring is on, you will be prompted to make a selection.
It does not matter if you select scoring or not.
Create a name for your course (up to 16 characters) using the on-screen keyboard
using the Joystick to move and to select. To clear a letter, highlight and select the
“Backwards” key (botton right above “Enter” key). If you select “OK” (Right Key)
or select the “Enter” key before choosing any letters, the course name will default
to “MYCOURSE#” and sequentially add a number for each course.
On-screen keyboard
5.2 Recording Green Targets
Record Mode
You must have a satellite fix to be
in Record Mode before you can
record or re-record any distance
information, to set or change the
par or handicap, to edit the course
name or to delete the course.
Changing Modes
You change between Record Mode
and Play Mode at any time by selecting Mode using the Left Key.
After entering the course name, highlight and select “Enter” or use the Right
Key to select “OK” to save and to advance to the “Start On” screen showing
the hole spinner. Scroll to the desired hole to record and select “OK”.
You are now ready to record the distance. Press the Right Key to record your
location and you will be prompted to stand still for 5 seconds while the SkyCaddie records the location. Repeat this process for each of the green targets.
The location will default to the Center of the green, however, the recommended sequence to record targets is to record the front of the green, record
the back of the green, then walk to the center of the green and, when the two
distances are equal, record that location.
Recording
5.3 Setting Par and Handicap
To set the par and handicap for a recorded hole, press the Info button (you
must be in Record Mode to set the Par and Handicap). Move the Trackpad to
set the par and Handicap (HCP) to the desired number. You can also edit the
course name or delete the course. Use the Trackpad to select.
We recommend setting the Par and Handicap on each hole after you record
the distance information.
5.4 Playing Personal SkyCaddie Courses
Info screen
To play a personal SkyCaddie course, press the Menu button and select “Courses”. Scroll to the appropriate course name and select. Next, scroll UP/DOWN to select the desired hole number and press
the Trackpad to select.
5.5 Re-Recording Personal SkyCaddie Courses
Press the Menu button and select “Courses”. Scroll to the appropriate course to re-record and select
“OK”. scroll UP/DOWN to select the desired hole number and press the Trackpad to select. Select
“Mode” (Left Key) then press “Record” in the Record Mode confirmation box. Repeat steps outlined in
Section 5.2 (“Recording Green Targets”).
New locations will overlay previously recorded locations for those holes selected. The entire course
does not have to be re-recorded.
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5.6 Renaming or Deleting Personal SkyCaddie Courses
To rename or delete a personal SkyCaddie course, press the Menu button and select “Courses”. Scroll
to the appropriate course name to rename or delete and select. Press “Ok” and choose the starting hole
number from the hole spinner.
Select “Mode” (Left Key) and select “Record” in the confirmation box to switch to Record Mode. After
you are in Record Mode, press the Info button (“i” icon). From here you will be able to edit the name
of the course and/or delete it. Use the Trackpad to select. When you are finished, select “Save” (Right
Key) to save the changes.
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APPENDIX A
Helpful Hints
• DO turn the SGX W on outside, away from buildings and other obstructions. The SGX W needs to warm
up approximately 5-10 minutes prior to play. For optimal performance while playing, ensure that the
SGX W has a clear view of the sky at all times. While the omni-directional, high-performance GPS
antenna has been designed to lock quickly to more satellites and stay locked to maintain performance
in all terrains, it is still a good idea to avoid being around buildings, obstructions, heavy foliage, low
areas with adjacent obstructions, or reflective objects (such as metal/glass structures) while using
the SGX W.
• DO sync your SGXW regularly. Syncing regularly allows the SGX W to keep running at peak performance.
Syncing allows you to check alerts for new features and software updates; automatically upload your
latest scorecard to ClubSG; and download new courses and change your Favorites list.
• DO perform a Soft Reset if the SGXW appears to be unresponsive. To perform a soft reset on the SGX W,
press and hold the Mark button and the Power button until the SGX W shuts off.
• DO watch your signal strength indicator. The higher the signal strength, the more accurate the system
will be. The best signal strength is obtained in open areas, with the antenna pointing toward the sky at
a 45° to 90° angle. Holding the SGX W away from your body may improve signal strength in weak areas.
It is normal for the satellite signal strength indicator to fluctuate as you move around the golf course.
• DO make sure that the SGX W’s battery is fully-charged before play.
• DO NOT press the Trackpad when you want to move the on-screen cursor or crosshairs. The Trackpad
on the SGXW is multi-directional and sensitive to the slightest finger movements. Gently sliding your
finger across the Trackpad up, down, right left, etc. will move the on-screen cursor or crosshairs. You
do not need to press down on the Trackpad to move it.
• DO NOT use AC chargers or USB cables that did not come with or are not authorized for use with
your SGX W. The wrong adapters or cables may damage the SGX W.
• DO NOT turn the SGX W on and off during play. The SGX W is a “smart system” that continues to
download data from satellites to adjust to your environment during play. It is designed to stay on
continuously during a round of golf. Turning it on and off will interrupt satellite communication and
slow down play. If you take a long break at the turn, you may turn the SkyCaddie off to conserve
battery power, but allow 5-10 minutes for it to return to optimal accuracy.
• DO NOT make any sudden or jerking movements with the SGX W.
• DO NOT expose your SGX W to extreme temperatures. Treat it like you would your cell phone. Do not
leave your SGX W in a super-heated vehicle when not in use.
• DO NOT drop the SGX W in water or leave exposed in a hard rain. The SGX W is water-resistant but
NOT waterproof!
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APPENDIX B
Target Icons and Target Descriptors
Back of Green
Zone
Hazard
Marker
Center of Green
Lay Up To
Ditch
Water Carry
Front of Green
Fairway Target
Mound
Water
End of Fairway
To
Creek
Green
Bunker Right Carry
Bunker Right
Bunker Left Carry
Target
Name
Target
Descriptor
Bunker
Upslope
Bunker in Fairway
Bunker Left
Target
Name
Target
Descriptor
Out of Bounds
Downslope
Tree
Leaves
Pro Front
Target
Name
Target
Descriptor
Green..........................Gn
Leaves.........................Lv
Black...........................Blk
Plate...........................Plt
Last.............................Lst
Orange.........................Orng
Fairway Target..............FT
Point...........................Pnt
Yellow..........................Ylw
End of Fairway..............EoF
Pond...........................Pnd
Gold............................Gld
Fairway........................Fwy
Path............................Pth
False...........................Flse
Bunker Right................BkrRt
Bush...........................Bsh
Pole.............................Pol
Bunker Left..................BkrLt
Range..........................Rng
Sign............................Sgn
Bunker.........................Bkr
Hole............................Hle
LayUpTo......................LayUp
Carry...........................Cy
Marsh..........................Mrsh
Dogleg.........................DogLg
Creek...........................Crk
Sprinker.......................Sp
Target..........................Trgt
Mound.........................Mnd
Water Cooler................Wtrcolr
Stone...........................Stn
UpSlope.......................UpSlp
Water..........................Wtr
Front...........................Frt
DownSlope...................DnSlp
Bridge.........................Brdg
Left.............................Lt
Tee..............................T
Post.............................Pst
Right...........................Rt
PopUp.........................PU
Over............................Ovr
Center.........................Ctr
BallWasher...................Bwash
Island..........................Islnd
Middle.........................Ctr
Bottom........................Btm
Flag.............................Flg
Marker.........................Mkr
Disc............................Dsc
White..........................Wht
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APPENDIX C
Battery Information and Safety Requirements
NOTE: Failure to comply with all of the following precautions could
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Cause personal injury or property damage
Cause abnormal chemical reactions which would make the battery over heat, smoke, distort, leak, explode, or catch on fire
Destroy internal protections built into the battery
Shorten battery life
Reduce battery performance
• Read this manual completely before using your SGXW.
• The SGXW battery has been rigorously tested, and is in fully in compliance with applicable UN, ITC, IATA, and other
regulatory requirements for batteries of this type.
• The SGXW with battery installed has been further tested and is in full compliance with MIL-STD 810F standards for
surviving high and low air pressure environments; storage and operation at extremes of temperature and humidity; rapid
changes in temperature; extended periods of vibration; repeated drops onto a hard surface on each side, edge, and corner;
blowing dust and sand; and drenching, torrential rain.
• The SGXW battery life will be maximized if it is recharged at a moderate temperature, between 32°F and 104°F (0°C to 40°C).
• The SGXW operates normally between 14°F and 140°F (-10°C to 60°C).
• The SGXW battery will safely survive temperatures between -40°F to 167°F (-40°C to 75°C). Avoid allowing the temperature
of the SGXW or its battery to exceed 167°F / 75°C.
• Use only a SkyGolf-supplied charger with your SGXW.
• Do not leave your SGXW attached to a charger or a USB port for over 24 hours. Under the recommended conditions, a
completely discharged SGXW battery should completely re-charge in about 4 to 4.5 hours when on the charging screen.
• Do not charge the SGXW in a place where it could become over heated by direct sunlight, a stove, a fire, or other source
of extreme heat.
• CAUTION: Do not replace the SGXW battery with an incorrect battery type.
• Keep the SGXW away from sources of high voltage or static discharge.
• If your SGXW will be stored for an extended period, allow the battery to discharge to approximately one half capacity
before storage.
• Store the SGXW in a place where it will not experience temperatures or absolute humidity over 85%.
• Do not put the SGXW into a microwave oven.
• Do not allow the SGXW to be crushed.
• Do not incinerate or burn an SGXW.
• Do not leave an SGXW where it could become submerged in water.
• If your SGXW is over heating, leaking, smoking, or if you detect an unusual odor, do not touch it. Using the end of the
USB cable away from the SGXW, immediately disconnect the cable from any charger or USB port.
• Do not touch a leaking SGXW. Avoid leaked-out materials. Do not allow these materials to touch your skin or clothes. If
touched, immediately rinse affected areas thoroughly with water. Leaked materials may cause skin irritation. Seek medical
attention if irritation persists. If leaked material contacts your eyes, do not rub your eyes. Rinse the eyes thoroughly with
water, and see a doctor immediately.
• Opening the SkyCaddie will void your warranty.
• If you were to open an SGXW, you would have access to a Lithium Ion battery. Do not open the SGXW, do not handle the
SGXW battery.
• If you
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have access to an SGXW battery, always follow these precautions in addition to all the above:
Read this entire manual and the label on the exterior of the battery.
Keep the battery away from sources of excessive heat such as fire, stoves, or direct sunlight.
Keep the battery away from sources of high voltage or static discharge.
Do not use or store the battery with other batteries or where it could touch metal.
Do not put the battery into a microwave oven.
Do not allow the battery to be crushed.
Keep the battery away from children.
Do not drop the battery.
Do not allow anything to touch any of the battery contacts, or to connect two or more of the contacts.
Do not disassemble, destroy, or attempt reassembly of the battery.
Do not place or leave the battery in a damp or wet environment.
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Battery Information and Safety Requirements
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Do not allow water to touch the battery.
Do not wrap the battery with conductive material.
Properly dispose of the battery.
Do not incinerate or burn the battery.
Do not leave or discard the battery where it could get wet or become submerged in water.
Do not damage the battery.
Do not weld or solder anything to the battery, the attached wires, or the connector.
Do not use this battery in any device other than a SkyCaddie SGX.
Do not touch a leaking battery. Avoid leaked-out materials. Do not allow it to touch your skin or clothes. If touched,
immediately rinse affected areas thoroughly with water. Leaked materials may cause skin irritation. Seek medical
attention if irritation persists. If it contacts your eyes, do not rub your eyes. Rinse the eyes thoroughly with water,
and see a doctor immediately.
• Use of this battery in other devices could result in unsafe conditions. Do not use this battery in any device other
than your SkyCaddie SGX.
U.S. Federal Communications Commission Regulatory Agency Compliance
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interferences received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
NOTICE: The FCC warns that user modifications of this device without the express approval of SkyHawke Technologies
could void the user’s authority to operate this device.
Canadian Regulatory Agency Compliance
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus as set
out in the interference causing equipment standard entitled: “Digital Apparatus”, ICES-003 of Industry Canada
© 2011-12 SkyHawke Technologies, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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