With the recent arrival of the new Casio Pro Trek WSD-F30 to the wristwatch market, we have some exciting news for all Casio Tech lovers as we're introducing Scoring, Flyover Maps and Authentication with the latest version of our standalone app - Hole19 Golf GPS for Smartwatch!
These new features are initially exclusive to Pro Trek Smartwatches (WSD-F20 and WSD-F30), providing a powerful combination for adventurous golfers – Casio's U.S. Military Standard wearable technology and Hole19's advanced and easy-to-use software.
Golfers can now “Swing Harder” and track their game without needing a mobile phone, nor internet connection (thanks to the smartwatch built-in GPS and long-lasting battery life).
Sync your favorite courses and your rounds right on your watch
The only time you will ever need to pull out your phone is to sign in to your Hole19 account (as you also need to be authenticated to access the flyover maps and scoring features). After downloading your course maps, you will be ready and able to play offline.
Once you finish your round, you will be able to check it out on your phone or the Hole19 Clubhouse!
Track all your scores, simple and easy
Play in either Stableford or Strokeplay formats and save all your strokes, including putts, sand shots, penalties and fairway hits.
Preview the course layout, know where you stand and anticipate those hidden hazards
You can easily switch between distances and aerial views in-round.
What's New On The Casio Pro Trek WSD-F30?
Casio is renowned for producing tough and durable pieces of tech, and that's very much the case with their latest outdoor watch, the Pro Trek Smartwatch WSD-F30. Just like the previous WSD-F20, the WSD-F30 - powered by Google's Wear OS - is water-resistant to 50 meters and equipped with built-in GPS, sensors (pressure sensor with altimeter and barometer, accelerometer, compass), and a dual-layer display.
Strong, sporty look, yet stylish
The WSD-F30 has a smaller case (4 mm slimmer), which provides more comfort and makes it fit very well even on small wrists. It comes in 3 different attractive colors: orange, blue and black.
It has 2 screens – a 1.2-inch, 390 x 390 pixel OLED (an improvement over the WSD-F20’s TFT LCD 320×300 display) and a 1.2-inch monochrome LCD screen. The OLED is beautifully bright and colorful, while the monochrome display shows more essential information, including atmospheric pressure, altitude, and compass bearing.
Optimised Power Management
The watch makes use of its 2 screens to offer 3 different power modes: the 'Normal Mode', which uses both screens and all functions; the new 'Extended Mode', which reduces power consumption while providing GPS functions and using both monochrome and color display; and the 'Multi-Time Mode', that keeps power consumption at its lowest by only using the monochrome display.
Bottom line: Your wearable experience just got better...