Garmin Approach S60

(1 customer review)


Get ready to elevate your game with the Garmin Approach S60, the ultimate golfing watch for tracking your performance, optimizing your game and enjoying every minute on the course.


Garmin is a well-known brand in the market when it comes to GPS and wearable technology. In line with their products, the Garmin Approach S60 smartwatch is a premium golf GPS watch designed for golfers who want to improve their game.

The watch has a sturdy build, a 1.2-inch sunlight-readable touch screen display, and a durable silicone strap to ensure comfort during games. With over 40,000 pre-loaded golf courses around the world, the S60 smartwatch provides complete swing analysis and accurate yardage measurements. You can also view the front, back, and middle of the green with ease – eliminating all the guesswork for golfers.

Additionally, the watch comes with fitness tracking features, such as a step counter, calorie counter, and heart rate monitor. The watch can track different activities such as running, swimming, cycling, and more. It also has a battery life of up to 10 days in smartwatch mode and up to 10 hours in GPS mode.

Users can download and customize watch faces, download additional apps, and receive notifications from their smartphones from the S60 golf GPS watch. The watch is compatible with both Android and iPhone operating systems and can sync data and stats seamlessly.

Another great feature of the Garmin Approach S60 Smartwatch is that it can function as a digital caddy. With its PlaysLike Distance feature, the watch adjusts the distance based on the slope of the course. As a result, golfers can make better club selections.

Overall, the Garmin Approach S60 is the perfect tool for any golfer who wants to improve their game. It offers complete swing analysis, accurate yardage measurements, and can be personalized to the user’s preferences. It also has great fitness tracking features that motivate golfers to stay in shape. The watch is packed with features, and its sleek design makes it one of the best golf GPS watches in the market.

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Garmin Approach S60 properties

Product nameApproach S60
TypeSport Watches
SeriesGarmin Approach
SportsCycling, Golf, Multisport
Heart Rate MonitorBuilt-In
Memory1 GB
FeaturesAccelerometer, Compass, Pedometer, Sleep Tracking
Battery TypeLi-Ion
Battery Life10.0 h
Wireless CommunicationANT+, Bluetooth
Navigation SystemGPS
Colour (Watch)Black, White
Colour (Strap)Black, White
Material (Strap)Leather, Silicone
Water ResistantYes
Water Resistant (Classification)5 ATM (50m)
Smartphone CompatibilityAndroid, Windows, iPhone
Colour ScreenYes
Screen Size1.2 “
Screen Resolution240×240
Weight52 g
Height47.0 mm
Width47.0 mm

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1 review for Garmin Approach S60

  1. Mucki

    I have been using it for over half a year, practically do not take it off my wrist – only for charging. It works, and thank him for it. I charge less than once a week, and since the red light (15% of the battery) is displayed, it works for at least two days, so if it is not red, you can drive without a charger even for the weekend.

    I like the function of calling from the band to the phone to locate it, although sometimes, despite the active connection, it does not work. He counts steps honestly, shows time, he is also coping with the pulse somehow there better or worse – after all, it’s not a medical device. I don’t use any other functions. With the 3/5 (default) brightness setting in full sun, you can’t see anything on the display, but these are extreme conditions and it’s better to look for a shadow once than to charge twice, setting the brightness to the max. During these six months, the screen did not scratch and the band did not work.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I sync my Garmin Approach S60 with my smartphone and access course information during play rounds?

To sync your Garmin Approach S60 with your smartphone, follow these steps:
1. Make sure your Garmin Approach S60 is turned on and within range of your smartphone's Bluetooth connection. Open the Garmin Connect Mobile app on your smartphone and make sure you are signed in to your account. Tap the three horizontal lines in the top-left corner of the app, then select "Garmin Devices" from the dropdown menu. Your Garmin Approach S60 should appear in the list of devices. If it doesn't, make sure Bluetooth is turned on and your watch is within range. Tap the three dots next to your Garmin Approach S60 and select "Forget Device" to remove it from your list, then repeat steps 1-3 to re-pair your watch and smartphone. Once your Garmin Approach S60 is paired with your smartphone, you can access course information during play rounds by following these steps:
a. Make sure the "Course" field on your Garmin Approach S60 is set to the correct course for the round you are playing. You can do this in the watch's "Settings" menu. Swipe down from the top of the watch face to access the quick settings menu, then tap the "Course View" button. This will display a full-color hole map and other relevant information on your wrist. To view additional course details during play, such as distance to the green or hazards, swipe left or right from the Course View screen to access other features. You can also press the watch's side button to access more advanced functions like yardage to specific points on the course or a digital scorecard for keeping track of your rounds. If you want to view additional information on your smartphone while playing, such as detailed hole maps or GPS-enabled satellite views of the course, open the Garmin Connect Mobile app and select "Course" from the main menu. From here, you can access a variety of tools and resources to help you navigate the course and improve your game.

How do I connect my Garmin Approach S60 smartwatch to my Android phone for the first time?

To connect your Garmin Approach S60 smartwatch to an Android phone for the first time, follow these steps:

1. Install the Garmin Connect Mobile app on your Android device from the Google Play Store. Turn on your Garmin Approach S60 smartwatch by pressing and holding the power button until you see "Welcome" or "Connect to a new device?" appear on the screen. Once the watch is powered on, it will search for available devices to connect to. Tap "Yes, I have a new device" when prompted. On your Android phone, open the Garmin Connect Mobile app and follow the prompts to pair your device with the watch. You may need to enter a code displayed on the watch's screen during this process. Once successfully paired, you can use the Garmin Connect Mobile app to control various functions of your Approach S60 smartwatch, such as uploading courses and data from your rounds or adjusting settings.

Do you know that you can use Garmin Approach S60 as a GPS Tracker?

All smart watches and sports bands equipped with GPS receivers such as Garmin Approach S60 can be used as a GPS tracker. It doesn't matter how you connect to the internet - direct (eSIM) or indirect via a smartphone. In both cases, you can track your wearable device online in real time. More information is available on this GPS tracking platform for smartwatches.

What features has Garmin Approach S60?

This device has accelerometer, compass, pedometer, sleep tracking. You might be interested in some other devices with sleep tracking. If that so, you can find it here.

What kind of wireless communication do you need for activity tracking?

If you want to track your activity during training, you need a device that can communicate. Garmin Approach S60 have several types of comunication. For example ANT+, Bluetooth. The best activity truckers have Bluetooth and you can find them here. More information about wireless communication in activity trackers can be found in our article.