1 x Shot Scope GPS watch;
20 x lightweight club tags.
You’ll need either a smartphone, tablet or computer to access your analytics online.
Shot Scope started out in 2014 and former Walker Cup player Gavin Dear has been a driving force behind the company. The V2 utilises a GPS watch, to give distances on your wrist, but also record where shots go. Shot tracking is seamless (shots don’t need to be tagged) but for accurate putting stats you need to tag where the pin is as you putt out. You get access to over 100 tour level stats, and dynamic yardages give accurate distances whichever angle you attack the pin from. Shot Scope say their software updates are free and always will be.
Millions of golfers have
chosen GPS watches as the
simplest way to access accurate
yardages. So it’s a master stroke by
Shot Scope to utilise watch tech in
their tracker. We’re big fans of the
V2’s different modes, which mean
it’s possible to access just yardages,
gather data without showing
yardages or do both, so you can
comply with comp rules.
Serious golfers have been at the heart of
Shot Scope from the start and it’s
thanks to this eye for detail that Shot
Scope has developed one of the
most useful analysis platforms. You
can drill down into interactive graphs
and charts to learn everything about
your game. Stats are broken down
into tee shots, approach shots
(outside 50 yards), short game
(inside 50 yards) and putting, and
the guys at Shot Scope reckon their
data is so good at helping you