Shot Scope launch iOS/Android versions

Shot Scope Android

Leading golf performance tracking brand Shot Scope has announced
that both iOS and Android versions of the Shot Scope app are now
available to download, providing detailed post-round statistics on the
go.

The new apps will allow users to upload data from their Shot Scope wristband immediately after play directly to their mobile device via Bluetooth.

Providing instant access to over 100 Tour-level statistics, a shot-by-shot overview and other unparalleled insights, golfers will be able to analyse their performance on both mobile and tablet after every round.

Both apps break the game down into sections, including club distances, tee shots, approaches, short game and putting, helping golfers identify both their strengths and weaknesses.

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Shot Scope is the first and only golf performance tracking system that collects data automatically, without disrupting play due to the need to tag or sync with a phone.

Instead, the golfer wears a wristband which senses every shot and the club that was used by communicating with tags in grips.

The introduction of the app brings the statistics even closer to the golfer, allowing for flexible, accessible and on-demand access to all of their data.

Fully conforming to the Rules of Golf, Shot Scope can be used in competitive play and is already used on both the European and Ladies European Tours.

Get your hands on Shot Scope app

Shot Scope is available to buy from ShotScope.com and the apps can be downloaded from iOS HERE and Android HERE.

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