Product Comparison: Garmin Approach G10 vs Bushnell Neo Ghost

General Specifications
Approach G10
Neo Ghost
About the Product
Imagine you’re a golfer who wants to play better — a golfer who wants to put the right shot in the right spot with far more consistency. But you don’t want to spend a fortune to get there. Approach G10 clip-on golf GPS device just might be your answer.
Preloaded with over 35,000+ courses. Easy-to-read front/center/back distances and up to four hazard distances per hole. No downloads and no membership fees ever.
Key Specs
Golfing Features
Yardage to F/M/B, Measures shot distance, Yardage to layups/doglegs, Digital scorecard, Computer scorecard review, Stat tracking, Green View with manual pin position
Measures shot distance, Auto Course Recognition, Auto Hole Advance, Front/Center/Back distances, Hazard/Layup Distances
Maps & Memory
Preloaded course maps: more than 40,000
Preloaded course maps: more than 35000
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Garmin Approach G10 Handheld Golf GPS
  • Definitely worth the price for a solid-performing golfer GPS.
  • Easy to use. Accurate. When i use my laser to determine if the pin is front/middle/or back and compare with what this gps shows it’s good to within a yard or two.
  • After using the GolfLogix GPS device for years, they are no longer supporting it. I bought this as a replacement to get simple yardage quickly.
  • Have used it a couple times now. seems to be right on for yardage. even put it up against a laser and it was spot on. connects to gps really fast.
  • If you don't like wearing a watch when you golf...this is the Golf GPS for you! Easy to read and small enough to wear on your belt or attach it to your walking cart!
Bushnell Neo Ghost Golf GPS RangeFinder
  • Likely it is time that I get a wrist golf GPS, and this time I will go with a Garmin.
  • It does the job and is cheap. Nice to have when my buddies forget to charge their fancier more expensive Golf GPS
  • Does not have all the features of the NEO watch (which by the way is a great golf GPS) but I was looking for a belt clipped GPS; it works great for a quick check for distance; it a one hand operation in and out of the clip and there’s no lag time finding its location.
  • My Bushnell Neo Ghost GPS is stuck on searching . What should I do? When it worked it was wonderful and I would love to have one that works.
  • The GPS does take a little while to connect, so I'd turn on the Neo Ghost for "Play Golf" mode while you're getting your gear out and ready, rather than right before you tee off.
Size & Weight
2 in.
2.2 in.
1 oz.
3.52 oz.
1.5 in.
2.2 in.
0.7 in.
0.7 in.
Display Type
Sunlight-readable, monochrome
Sunlight-readable, monochrome
Display Size
0.9 in.
1.3 in.
Display Resolution
128 x 128 pixels
What customers say about "Display"
Garmin Approach G10 Handheld Golf GPS
  • VERY clear readable display. Even had the map for Golf in UTOPIA, TX
  • I had no problem reading the great information on it display but rather having to clip and unclip it from my belt to view it.
  • I tried it on my belt, but it was "dorky" and very awkward to use. Size is perfect, screen very legible.
  • The Garmin Approach G10 worked as advertised - I already had a Bushnell Neo and was very happy with it, but the screen protector on that broke and I wanted something more compact.
  • The ability to change the screen rotation is a good feature that allows you to wear it any way that you feel most comfortable.
Bushnell Neo Ghost Golf GPS RangeFinder
  • It is a no-frills range finder, very small, with a simple, large-print display area. Finding golf courses has not been a problem.
  • I am not a great golfer but this has really stepped my game up, the display tells you the distance to the middle front and back of the green, and the automatic hole advance works perfectly.
  • Large display is easy to see. Not crazy about the clip that comes with it, but for the price, it's a winner!
  • Plenty of battery life, easy to read display.
  • Nice large display, good for those of us who need reading glasses
Battery Type
Rechargeable Lithium-Ion
One A Battery
Battery Life
15 hours
16 hours
Hazards/course targets, Round timer, Compact clip-on device fits anywhere
Easy-to-use interface, Play 3 full rounds before recharging
Accesories Included
Charging/data clip
USB charging cord, Belt clip
What customers say about "Features"
Garmin Approach G10 Handheld Golf GPS
  • It has several features, but I only care about the distance and greens front/middle/back readings.
  • I like the distance to front-center-back function, and I am using the scoring with stats feature. Those were the functions I most wanted. And I can't play golf with a watch on, so this unit was the best choice for me.
  • I used the layup feature on two holes and both times, the data was accurate. I am extremely pleased with the unit after my first round of use.
  • Love the little features such as hazards, layups and doglegs. Prefer it to the popular range finders, never had the steady hand for those things.
  • Like the club distance feature and score. All good, highly recommend.
Bushnell Neo Ghost Golf GPS RangeFinder
  • Simple in features, but accurate and easy to use. The write-up says no auto advance, but that hasn't been my experience. It advances to the next hole as you play the course.
  • The Neo does not come with detailed instructions because it is simple and easy to use.
  • The battery lasts longer than I expected. I was able to play two and a half rounds before it ran out of battery.
  • Also several other features like distance you hit, distance to traps, distance to water and to clear water and more. Well worth the price.
  • Essential you read the instructions to avoid the "auto off" feature.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacter warranty
2 year(s)
1 year(s)
Other Information
99.99 $

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