Shot Scope Introduces Innovative “On Course” Game Analysis Tool

Golf season is upon us, which means you should score your rounds and do everything you can to lower your handicap. And to make sure it’s easier, Shot Scope has launched a new feature that gives golfers course specific statistics accompanied by a full map how they generally behave at a given class.

The new innovation will be most beneficial for a golfer’s home course, where they traditionally follow multiple laps that can be broken down into useful data.

The new game analysis function is available as FREE To download to all Shot Scope customers currently using a product with shot tracking technology, including the award-winning V3 smartwatch, the PRO LX+ – golf’s first laser rangefinder to feature GPS-powered distances and artificial intelligence for personalized performance tracking – and the new H4 Game Tracker.

The “On Course” analysis feature can be accessed on Shot Scope’s online dashboard and via the mobile app.

In addition to overall course analysis, the Shot Scope team has further improved its available performance data through more specific and individual hole statistics. Looking at this data will give golfers a defined game plan for their home club based on previous rounds on that course.

Some of the key insights available through the new feature include up and down stats from different areas, average score with different clubs on the tee, and heatmaps of typical activity on each hole, which will combine to help golfers get lower scores. Overall top-to-bottom stats are displayed in a clear graph, highlighting the percentage of each area missed, showing where a golfer traditionally hits the most highs and lows. This interactive, visual display of data allows golfers to easily navigate the intricacies of their game in what could otherwise be a confusing process.

Gavin Dear, CCO of Shot Scope, said:

“I’m really proud of the Shot Scope team, who continually show their commitment to providing our users with the best experience possible… Our vision was that golfers could use these features to help them play their home course to the best of their abilities and use the data provided to help you strategize on the course. »

One stat from the new feature that offers unique insight is the individual strokes gained ranking per hole. By compiling all the rounds a golfer has played on a certain course, the Shot Scope software is able to calculate a strokes gained ranking for each hole, which can then be compared to the hole rankings of the course. It also allows golfers to compare themselves to players with similar handicaps on the same course, as well as compare their performance to that of other golfers at their club.

When combined, the course and hole analysis features provide key insight into how golfers can chart their way around the course more efficiently, comparable to a personal stroke saver, unique to the game of each player. The details provided are standard, with golfers having the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of all facets of their game.

Cher adds:

“Not only is this informative for the user, but also for coaches who can get a more detailed, stats-based understanding of how their clients are performing on the course. Information can be used to structure and guide lessonsas well as helping golfers plan their course strategy before an event.


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