From Day One, Shotscope changed on-course data collection. The company developed technology that lets RFID club tags communicate automatically with a wrist band to capture shots. However, the wrist band itself was a problem. Shotscope’s original V1 band featured no GPS functionality, just data collection. It was also roughly the size of one of Her Majesty’s aircraft carriers.
Shotscope V2 was a considerable improvement. Unfortunately, while considerably smaller, V2 was still the size of a Royal destroyer.
Now with the V3 GPS band, Shot Scope offers a full slate of stat-tracking and performance management features, including Strokes Gained analytics.
With that, we’d like to get feedback from MyGolfSpy readers.
We’re looking for four testers to try the Shot Scope V3 GPS performance tracking and management system and report back.
Head to the Shot Scope Testing Thread in the forum to apply.