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Voice Caddie Golf- Swing Caddie Portable Launch Monitor SC300

Voice Caddie Golf- Swing Caddie Portable Launch Monitor SC300

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The Swing Caddie SC300 is the latest addition to the Voice Caddie family of portable launch monitors. The SC300 is truly portable and provides golfers with complete swing and ball flight metrics found in professional launch monitors, including launch angle and apex data. Using the latest in Doppler radar technology, and calibrating atmospheric pressure sensors, the SC300 provides un-compromised precision. SC300 connects to a personal phone or tablet via Bluetooth allowing golfers to track their real-time, integrated data. Voice output of distance and remote control provides the highest levels of user convenience.

What Makes The Swing Caddie SC300 Right For You

Doppler Radar Technology

  • Carry/Total Distance
  • Rugged design
  • Smash Factor
  • Launch Angle
  • Swing Speed
  • Apex (max height of ball flight)
  • Ball speed

  • Fun Game Improvement Tool

    The SC300 comes with two different modes of practice: Practice Mode, and Target Mode Practice Mode displays immediate feedback: carry/total distance, swing speed, ball speed, smash factor, apex, launch angle. Practice mode is ideal for bag mapping, or just to gain an understanding of how far you hit each club in your bag. Target Mode allows players to choose desired target distances. You can choose your desired distance for practice between 15 and 195 yards in 5 yard increments. Target mode is a great feature to practice your wedge game.

    Standalone Unit With Optional App

    One of the upgrades over the Swing Caddie SC200, is that you can now sync your data via Bluetooth to your mobile device. The app is very straight forward and easy to use. It lets you store data of practice sessions and you can see your stats almost immediately. Another plus, is that the app is 100% optional, meaning you don't need to use the app in order to use the SC300 launch monitor.


  • Dimensions: 6.5" x 4.7" x 1.1"
  • Weight: 15 oz
  • Display: 5.3" LCD
  • Sensor: Doppler Radar Sensor
  • Frequency: K Band 24 Ghz
  • Battery Type: Li-Polymer
  • Battery Life: Up to 12 hours
  • Accuracy: +/- 3% (ball speed), +/- 3% (carry distance in target mode), +/- 5% (carry distance in practice mode)
  • Measure Range: 10 to 370 yards
  • Positioning: Place approximately 5' behind the ball
  • Manufacturer:
    Voice Caddie Golf
    Open Box:
    Swing Caddie Portable Launch Monitor
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    Product Reviews
    By Kuch
    New Jersey
    Good Hardware, POOR App. Mevo might be a better option.
    December 14, 2019
    Tested SC300 indoor. Like the numbers being displayed on the screen. Bluetooth connectivity with iPhone app seems ok. At this price point, they should include a carry case. The iPhone App needs lot of work. The app user interface is very elementary. They capture all the data, why not design a modern, user friendly app that complements the launch monitor. The company needs to invest money to redo the app completely. Look at the Mevo app. If you are ok with not seeing the data on the screen right way and look at a mobile device to see the data, Mevo might be a better option. Would have returned SC300 in favor of Mevo if possible.
    ProsDisplays data on the screen directly Read the Carry/Total yards number loudly
    ConsNo case included. Poor user interface and experience with the iPhone App. Unable to customize the Stats screen and determine what data to see and the order in which the data is displayed. Unable to app Spin data to the Practice and Target screens in the app. No multiple user profiles support in the device or the app. Does not store data separately if you have multiple clubs of the same type for different players. For e.g, I have two drivers configured for my two kids. It stores all data under a single driver configuration. What the point then of adding multiple clubs with different lofts
    By Peter
    Addison, TX
    Neat tool
    October 10, 2019
    The saying goes: you get what you pay for. With that said, the swing caddy SC 300 is a neat little tool for practicing distances. It is pretty much spot on for every club in the bag except for driver. This must be a programing error, according to the unit, my 3w swing speed is 92 and driver 94. Yet it reads out that the 3w carries 15 yards farther than the driver, when in actuality with my own eyes I can see that the driver carries 10 yards farther than the 3w which I call the duh factor.
    Like I said, other than that the unit is spot on
    I play bright yellow Titleist tour soft balls And have found that using the unit indoors it picks up the yellow ball way better than the white ball
    The particular range that I go to use his yellow range balls so I do not know how it fares outside with the white range balls
    It could use an update for the equipment selection. Meaning, I have 2018 cobra hybrids and woods. For the hybrids, I had to select cobra generic since my models weren�€™t in the list. I play new Wilson staff FG tour V6. And the closest selection is the 2014 version of the v4�€™s
    The Cleveland RTX 4 wedges are also not in the menu
    It�€™s very fun to hit 100 yard wedge shots in the bedroom with only 7�€™-10�€ ceilings !
    All in all, a good purchase�€� Too bad I cannot use it along with my true golf E6 simulation software
    I will have to wait until I can afford the $6000 ES-16. Because from what I hear, skytrak is a piece of junk
    The SC 300 is good, I hope swing caddy comes out with something that can be used with simulation software
    By Jim
    Vc sc 300
    August 18, 2019
    The device works well. They are still working on the software . That goes with it so reviewing your information offline is dicey

    I think it's a great training tool. I would buy it again.

    The first one I received was defective but the company sent a new one after I returned the defective one and they paid for it. I would recomend buying the hard travel case
    ProsGreat for practice at the range
    ConsSoftware for offline review need work
    By Chet
    Product is accurate, app could be better
    August 18, 2019
    Love the product in terms accuracy. I measured it vs $20,000 launch monitors. I tested it outside and shot distances with my laser range finder. I found the SC 300 to be very accurate. Although perhaps a bit generous with peak height. Otherwise right on the money.

    The app leaves a lot to be desired. I would have loved to have been able to upload the data to a pc and section out parts to analyze different things I was trying to accomplish during range sessions. Alas, not possible. Over all, it's a great product for the money.
    ProsAccurate Easy to set up The remote control is handy
    ConsThe app isn't very useful for analyzing practice sessions. A protective pouch, for when you put it in your golf bag would have been a nice touch.
    By Gabriel
    May 24, 2019
    I think this is a great buy! Very easy to use and understand. Analyzing the numbers is helping improve and know the distances I usually hit my clubs.
    Pros-accurate measures -easy to use -good battery life
    Cons-does not come with a carrying case
    By Michael
    Awesome! Worth every penny!!
    April 29, 2019
    Seems accurate (checked it with a Bushnell range finder). Portable, inexpensive (compared to other units) and easy to use. Came in handy on a particularly windy day (20+MPH winds). Worth the investment.
    By BAM B.
    millsboro, DE
    great swing caddie, MAGA
    April 24, 2019
    My SC300 arrived last week and I have had it out on the range and the golf course a total of five times and have had absolutely no issues with it working, connecting with my iPhone, or data download. If you are expecting the same level of sophistication as say a Trackman for $30k or a Foresight GCQuad for $22k for every type of shot played you will be disappointed. I found the SC300 accurate between 50 yards up to 180 yards it both swing speed, ball speed and carry distance to what I have tested out with trackman both inside and outside. Above 180 yards, the sc300 was giving me too much credit as the swing speeds (averaging 5% faster) and carrying distances (averaging 20 yards farther) than I typically hit the ball. Great for the ego, but not practical when you are concerned about covering a hazard. But at this price point I have a tool to really dial in 8 out of 13 clubs (putters don�€™t count). The other item I found interesting is one golf club I tested the SC300 has ProV�€™s the other Titliest rock range balls. The difference was not statistically significant.
    By Larry
    St. Peter?s, mo
    Sc 300
    April 13, 2019
    Have only used once ,it seems to be accurate. The phone app is helpful very easy to use