How To Set Tiem On Tag Golf Watch
So you've got your new watch, made specifically for golfers to wear during play, and now you only need to know how to set the time on a Tag Golf watch before you head out and show off your new watch to your friends on the course. While the Tag Golf watch may look like a normal watch at first glance, it actualy has the crown located at the nine o'clock position, instead of the more common three o'clock position, so that the crown will not poke into your wrist during a golf swing. The dial sports a nice-looking, shimmering golf design that really looks like a golf ball on the white model. The Tag Golf watch also has a few other nice features like a titanium case, luminescent hour markers and a flexible strap that clasps into the watch itself. The watch isn't designed to be operated underwater, since there aren't a ton of underwater golf courses, but it is water-resistant up to 50 meters..
- Pull the crown out until you hear it click. You may have to place your fingernail into the ridge on the crown in order to pull it out. Be careful that you don't pull it too far as there are two positions that you can pull the crown out to.
- Rotate the crown to change the date. Turning the crown clockwise will increase the date, and counterclockwise will decrease the date.
- Pull the crown out until you hear it click again.
- Rotate the crown to move the minute hand. Move the minute hand by more than an hour to move the hour hand. When you have set the correct time, press the crown back all the way in.