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TAG Heuer releases latest version of its luxury golf GPS watch, the Connected Watch Calibre E4

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TAG Heuer announced the release of a golf version of its latest Connected watch on Thursday, the Connected Watch Calibre E4 - Golf Edition, which includes a variety of new features. A redesigned interface displays a 2-D of each hole at 40,000 courses worldwide, including yardage to hazards and the back and front of greens.

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Paired with the TAG Heuer app, the 45 millimeter watch gives users the unique ability to track their shots automatically, using the watch’s accelerometer and gyroscope. A new feature actually generates shot-tracing over a 3-D mapping of each hole—allowing users to go back through their round and view it like a tour pro’s tracing.

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A “driving range” version of the app allows golfers to preview the course they’re about to play with hole-by-hole mapping within the app.

Tour ambassador Tommy Fleetwood is wearing the new watch this week at the Masters. A dimpled, golf-ball inspired wristband adds a golf touch, though a more classic black band is also included. The product, which includes a ball-marker that attaches magnetically, is an iteration on the company’s new TAG Heuer Connected Watch Calibre E4, which was announced a few weeks ago. The first TAG Heuer golf watch was released in 2018.

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The watch retails for $2,650 and can be ordered now. Click here for more.