22 September 2017
The My Bag feature launched in Spring 2017 and has allowed us to completely transform the way we all track, rate and compare our clubs. My Bag makes Shot Scope’s automatic club and shot recognition simpler and more flexible.
What is it?
Shot Scope is made up of a team of golfers just like you. We are constantly seeking perfection and, in many cases, blaming our clubs for our bad performance… My Bag is a feature on the Shot Scope dashboard which puts a stop to that and allows users to see whether that new putter or driver is actually making a difference or not!
How does it work?
Each Shot Scope system comes with 20 tags, one for the putter and 19 which can be used to track any club. These 19 tags are completely interchangeable between rounds and allow the golfer to change the clubs they are tracking seamlessly.
The golfer can have as many clubs in “My Bag” as they wish (just think of it as your garage) and can then assign these clubs to any tag (apart from the P tag) to gather stats.
So, whether you have a demo club on loan from your Pro that you want to compare to your current club; are using a rental set of clubs whilst away on holiday and still want to track your game; or, like us, just have a huge selection in the garage that you want to understand better (try that old putter again for the tenth time), this feature makes the tracking of all of your clubs possible.
P for putter
The putter tag is the only unique tag out of the 20 in each set. Due to the softer contact with the ball that is required when putting, the technology within this tag differs from the rest so as to recognise the different swing and ball impact. The only tag that will work in a putter is a “P” tag. If you have multiple putters then you can either email email@example.com to request an additional tag or simply switch the tag between them as they are used. Always remember to assign the putter tag to the correct putter for that day. Clubs which are not tagged will not collect data.
So, if you’re ready to get to know your clubs and compare them like never before, My Bag is the feature for you. Available now and on Shot Scope V2.
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