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GPS Watch + Performance Tracking
Laser Rangefinder + GPS + Performance Tracking
9 July 2020
The highly awaited Shot Scope V3 and G3 golf GPS watches launch this week. Both products are available worldwide via www.shotscope.com and most major retailers in the UK, USA and Australia.
The watches are a mega-leap forward in terms of technology with enhanced GPS utilising not only 1, but 2 GPS antennas. This ensures V3 and G3 provide industry leading GPS accuracy on the golf course.
Shot Scope V3 is an advanced Golf GPS watch with automatic performance tracking available in 5 colours. The V3 can be used on the course as a GPS watch or simply use in watch mode for your daily life off the course. The Shot Scope V3 comes preloaded with the company’s in-house course database of 35,000 worldwide courses, allowing changes to a course to be instantly uploaded within as little as 48 hours. The V3 automatically tracks each shot hit on the course, without interfering with your game.
Post round, more than 100 different statistics can be reviewed via the Shot Scope V3 mobile app or Shot Scope’s online dashboard on different clubs, tee shots, approaches, short game and putting to help improve on course strategy and lower scores.
Shot Scope G3 is an affordable Golf GPS watch, lightweight and compact in design with a daylight readable colour screen. G3 uses the latest GPS technology to provide highly accurate yardages to greens and hazards allowing you to come up with a strategy for the hole. G3 is one of the lightest and smallest GPS watches on the market. Available in classic black.
Shot Scope V3 is available to buy at www.shotscope.com at a RRP of £209.00 / $219.99 USD
Shot Scope G3 is available to buy at www.shotscope.com at a RRP of £169.99 / $199.99 US
Congratulations to the Shot Scope team delivering industry leading technology to the Golf market.
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