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1 May 2016
Shot Scope Technologies have launched a dedicated performance tracking golf wearable using innovative technology which allows the golfer to collect performance data automatically. Golfers can use either the Shot Scope app or online platform (www.shotscope.com) to gain insights into their golf game and improve.
Today, Shot Scope Technologies has launched an innovative automatic performance tracking wearable for the golf market. The new technology allows the golfer to collect performance data without using a phone, manually tagging or pressing buttons.
CEO of Shot Scope, David Hunter said “Shot Scope is the 1st system that allows golfers of all levels to track their game with no interruptions; monitor statistics, identify your trends and use the information to make better decisions on the course. The wristband interacts with unique tags inserted into the grip of every golf club to identify shots, club used and log GPS information.”
Shot Scope automatically collects over 100 performance statistics. Information is uploaded through Bluetooth or USB to the Shot Scope dashboard and is displayed in easy-to-consume graphics. Golfers gain actionable insights which help them to identify strengths and weaknesses in their game. The technology equips golfers with the knowledge to play to their strengths on the course and work on weaknesses off it.
Shot Scope will be launched to the industry on January 27th at the 2016 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, USA. David Hunter commented “The golf world has been extremely supportive throughout the development of Shot Scope. European Tour golfers, professionals, college golfers, and amateur golfers have provided input into the design and are keen to start using Shot Scope in 2016.” The golf industry has been quick to realize the potential of Shot Scope. Providing golfers with technology that doesn’t impede or slow down the game is key to growth in the sector.
“Shot Scope has the potential to revolutionize the shot tracking sector” commented Hoyt McGarity, CEO of True Spec Golf (the number 1 custom fitting company), “being fully automatic is key and it will be a great tool for the golfer to improve and learn about their game.”
Shot Scope Technologies was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Edinburgh, Scotland. From its inception, the one simple aim of the company has been to improve the way in which both amateur and professional golfers collect and analyze statistics. The Shot Scope team, which consists of technology experts and golfers, including a former Walker Cup player (Gavin Dear), set out to develop smart wearable technology that was more intuitive and comprehensive than any current market offering. After two years of development, Shot Scope are delighted to announce the pre-sale of the Shot Scope wristband from January 2016 which provides the golfing community with the chance to reserve their wristband ahead of the worldwide launch.
Golfers who are keen to be the first to own Shot Scope can access the reduced pre-order price at www.shotscope.com. Shot Scope pre-orders will be shipped worldwide in April with the golf wearable expected to be available at retailers from May 2016.
Golf has been played on the coast of Scotland from the early 1500’s. The team at Shot Scope respect the history and traditions of the game. Scotland is widely promoted as the “Home of Golf”, it’s one of Scotland’s great inventions. Our passion has driven us to design Shot Scope, the future of golf technology. In line with the traditions of the game Shot Scope is fully designed and manufactured in Scotland.
USA minimum advertised price: $280
UK recommended retail price: £225
Pre-order price: $224 and £180 respectively (Shipped in April)
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