The new golf app you NEED in your life

2016 09 Shot Tracer
SHOT TRACER APP

Your time on the driving range is just about to get a whole lot more fun!


‘Why’s that?’ you’re probably asking. Well, a new golf app has just hit the App Store that tracks your golf shots – just like what you see happen to the pros on Sky Sports.

Shot Tracer can be used on both iPhone and iPad and mimics the tracking that can be seen on most tee shots on Sky Sports, which is a significant feature of the company’s highly respected golf coverage.

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But how does it work?


Simply record your golf shot, mark the impact position and the landing spot and the app does the rest!

It will trace your shot from the beginning until the end and, after that, it’ll save into your phone's gallery ready to share with your friends.

Sounds easy enough, doesn’t it?

And here’s a look at it in action, courtesy of the European Tour’s social media manager Jamie Kennedy.

 


Shot Tracer :: How to buy it


The Shot Tracer app is available for iPhone and iPad through the App Store for a price of £3.99.

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