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Garmin Approach R10

RRP €600.00
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Garmin Approach R10

RRP €600.00
Due In 5-7 days
Add Approach R10 to cart


The Approach R10 is a portable launch monitor that brings the course to your home, indoors or on the driving range.

Main Features

  • Pair the Approach R10 with the compatible Garmin Golf smartphone app
  • Track more than a dozen golf metrics such as club head speed, ball speed, spin, launch angle and more
  • Automatically records video of your swing for later analysis
  • View shots on a detailed dispersion chart
  • Play virtual rounds for over 42,000 worldwide courses - requires active subscription on Garmin Golf app
  • Free 30-day trial to the premium content on the Garmin Golf app
  • Compatible with E6 Connect golf course library (not included)
  • Portable and lightweight - easy to move around and setup
  • Battery life: up to 10 hours

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Package Includes

  • Approach R10 portable launch monitor
  • Tripod stand
  • Phone mount
  • Carry case
  • MicroUSB cable
  • Documentation

Technical Specification

Garmin Approach R10 Product Code: 010-02356-01


Dimension88.50 x 70.25 x 25 mm without tripod
WeightWithout tripod: 148 g
With tripod: 220.80g
Battery typeInternal rechargeable lithium-ion
Battery lifeUp to 10 hours
Water ratingIPX7

Daily smart features

Smartphone compatibilityyes
Pairs with Garmin Golf appyes

Radar Metrics

Club Head speedyes
Club face angleyes
Club path angleyes
Angle of attackyes
Ball speedyes
Launch angleyes
Launch directionyes
Spin axisyes
Spin rateyes
Apex heightyes
Smash factoryes
Carry distanceyes
Total distanceyes
Deviation distanceyes

Radar Accuracy

Club Head speed accuracy+/- 3 mph
Ball speed accuracy+/- 1 mph
Launch angle accuracy+/- 1 degree
Launch direction accuracy+/- 1 degree
Carry Distance accuracy+/- 5 yards

Radar Features

Home tee hero (with active subscription)yes
E6 Connect compatibleyes
Driving rangeyes
Save club statsyes
Auto video recordingyes

Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews for the Garmin Approach R10.


Questions and Answers

Do I need to use an app with the Garmin Approach R10?

Yes, you need to download the Garmin Golf app from either Google Play or the Apple App Store to use the Approach R10. The app allows you to see detailed analysis of your shots, performance stats, save driving range sessions and more that are recorded on the Approach R10. When you purchase your R10 you also get a 30-day free trial of Garmin Golf Membership that allows you to play virtual rounds on 42,000 worldwide courses. The Garmin Golf Membership subscription is either €9.99 monthly or €99.99 annually.

How much space is needed to use the Approach R10?

The Approach R10 should be placed 2.0-2.5 metres behind the ball with an unobstructed view and 2.5-4.0 metres ahead of you so the accurate swing metrics can be recorded. When placing the R10 on the floor, always use the tripod and make sure that it is positioned on the same surface as the ball and that it is level. If using a golf mat place the tripod on the mat.

Does the Approach R10 work in low light?

Yes it does as the R10 uses a radar to detect your shots so light levels has not effect. If you want to record video using Swing Capture then you do need to ensure there is adequate light.

I am a left-handed player, does the Approach R10 still work?

Yes, it works for both left- and right-handed players.

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Our Comment

The Garmin Approach R10 portable launch monitor is great value and a compelling package.  The Home Tee Hero feature, available through the Garmin Golf app as a premium subscription, that allows you to play over 42,000 golf courses from around the world while at the driving range or in a golf net sets the R10 apart from the competition.  It has been praised for the features it offers, ease of setup and use and accuracy when using proper golf balls.  The R10 tracks more than a dozen metrics so you get a clear idea of how you strike the golf ball and where improvements lie.