The MotoActv Golf Edition officially goes on sale April 1, but can be pre-ordered now. Some may be put off by the $299 price tag, which is admittedly a bit high for a gadget focused mainly on a single-sport. But I’ve seen dedicated golf GPS units priced that much in the past and to be honest, you can spend more than that on just one club for your golf bag. The other alternative is to use a much less expensive mobile golf app on your smartphone, which likely already has a GPS radio. I’ve done that in the past, having spent$30 for an iPhone(s aapl) app that replicates much of the new MotoActv’s functionality. But I found it to be an unwieldy solution, having to take out my phone before every shot. Given the simplicity of a caddie on your wrist, I don’t think many golfers will balk at the price of Motorola’s latest connected gadget.