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Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45 Golf Edition announced

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The Baselworld 2019 watch expo is underway, and one of the first smartwatch announcements from the show is the Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45 Golf Edition – a golf-focused version of the company’s Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45 Wear OS smartwatch.

The Modular 45 Golf Edition differs from the standard model mostly in terms of the design, which here comes with a black ceramic bezel with the words ‘Golf Edition’ written along it. The bezel also has the numbers 1-18 around it, to indicate an 18-hole round of golf.

The body of the watch uses black PVD titanium, while the strap is made from black and white rubber, and there are green accents on both the strap and the body of the watch.

Basically, it’s a very golf-inspired look, and the company has also launched a ‘Tag Heuer Golf (opens in new tab)’ app to go alongside the watch. This lets you see maps of over 39,000 golf courses, see the distance to greens and hazards, measure shot distance, save scores and more.

However, this app is compatible with other Tag Heuer Modular 45 watches and even with the Apple Watch, so it’s not an exclusive feature.

Image Credit: TechRadar

Image Credit: TechRadar

The same again

The specs and features of the Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45 Golf Edition are much the same as those of the standard version, including a 1.39-inch 400 x 400 screen, GPS, NFC, a 410mAh battery, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage, and water resistance to 50 meters.

And this isn’t a cheap device, coming in at $1,850 / £1,600 / AU$2,650. That makes it even more expensive than the already pricey standard Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45, which starts at $1,550 / £1,200 / AU$2,300, and which can get much more expensive depending on what materials you choose.

If you want the Golf Edition it’s available now (opens in new tab) – and it comes with three Tag Heuer-branded golf balls.

James Rogerson
James Rogerson

James is a freelance phones, tablets and wearables writer and sub-editor at TechRadar. He has a love for everything ‘smart’, from watches to lights, and can often be found arguing with AI assistants or drowning in the latest apps. James also contributes to 3G.co.uk, 4G.co.uk and 5G.co.uk and has written for T3, Digital Camera World, Clarity Media and others, with work on the web, in print and on TV.