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GPS Watch + Performance Tracking
Laser Rangefinder + GPS + Performance Tracking
18 August 2020
Mark Crossfield is a golf professional and influencer with over 20 years of coaching experience. He recently tested the new Shot Scope V3 GPS and shot tracking watch. Since using Shot Scope, Mark talks about golf lessons and how they need to change if golfers want to start playing better golf.
Golf lessons are often built on ideas that might not be helping golfers lower scores and improve their golf swings and games. Playing your best golf and improving your golf swing has to show real improvement on the golf course and in your scores. Changing how golf lessons are measured might hold the key for golfers getting lower and improving their golf games. The Shot Scope golf technology allows you to track your rounds collecting data that could help you understand what makes you play better and where you need to improve to break 75 or whatever the goal might be.
Mark is a big fan of the V3 and has featured his and Shot Scope data in his most recent videos:
The Shot Scope V3 is a stylish and lightweight GPS watch available in 5 colours. The V3 can be used on the course as an advanced GPS watch or simply use in watch mode for your daily life off the course. The Shot Scope V3 comes preloaded with the Shot Scope’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.
V3 is available to buy at www.shotscope.com, Dicks Sporting Goods – USA, PGA Superstore – USA, American Golf – UK and Golfbox Australia.
Did you know that 84% of missed putts over five feet finish short? Or, that your typical drive is nearly 30 yards shorter than your Sunday best drive? These are just two intriguing statistics thrown up by Shot Scope’s performance tracking data platform. Download our free guides for golfers now!FREE e-books to lower your score