To improve your golf game, it takes more than just practice, you need to know your performance inside and out – that’s where GAME GOLF comes in.

To improve your golf game, it takes more than just practice, you need to know your performance inside and out – that’s where GAME GOLF comes in.

GAME GOLF is a small device that attaches to a belt that a golfer wears while playing. It captures and tracks everything about the round, accumulating all kinds of trends and statistics, and allows golfers to share them with friends and track their performance.

GAME GOLF aims to bring the analysis and tracking information available to professionals to the everyday golfer. It is endorsed by tour professionals, such as Lee Westwood, Graeme McDowell and Jim Furyk, and is used by PGA Professionals within the PGA Tour of America to teach the game.

This new product focuses on tracking everything about a golfer’s performance, with little effort put forward during the round. The only effort needed to do is turn on the device, attach it to your belt and play your round. Simply touch your club to the device before each shot and GAME GOLF logs the club used for each shot and where on the course it is used, giving insight into players’ games like never before.

Graeme McDowell is an avid proponent of GAME GOLF

Graeme McDowell is an avid proponent of GAME GOLF

GAME GOLF employs web and mobile services to display players’ performance using a map view of the golf course, showing shot locations and distances. Every shot made on the course is recorded and shown in an online system to easily see and understand a golfer’s skills and performances.

For the first time, GAME GOLF allows golfers to share their performances on the course, whether it’s a huge drive or overall statistics over time. Amateurs and professionals alike can compare their performances with other golfers around the world.

GAME GOLF aims to improve golfers’ games by comparing results and monitoring trends to alert golfers of their performance across all parts of the game. Mathematical trends in all statistical areas are created and analysed to educate golfers on how to improve their game.

Lee Westwood has used GAME GOLF to analyse and improve his game, and has already seen positive results. “It’s a great way to capture the game you’ve just played,” Westwood said. “You can see through the data where you can improve your game and with golf being a game of such fine margins, just improving slightly in certain areas can mean saving one or two shots a round.

Golfers of any level can improve their game in plenty of ways. In a sport where one shot can make or break a round, GAME GOLF is giving golfers the information they need to make the necessary improvements.

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