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Shot Scope V2 Smart GPS Golf Watch
|Are Batteries Included||Yes|
|Battery Life||7 Hours|
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- GPS Distances to Front/Middle/Back of green and hazards
- Automatic Performance Tracking using Clubsense technology
- Free account available on iOS, Android, Desktop
- No subscriptions
- Excellent support team
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V2 is the smartest golf watch available, combining GPS distances with fully automated Tour-level performance analysis. Benefit from Dynamic Yardages to the F/M/B of the green that move with you, adjusting to every angle and providing a detailed insight into the course. V2 also provides front and back of every hazard. V2 works on every course worldwide, is completely subscription free and conforms to the Rules of Golf. Distances are shown in either yards or meters. ***** “The GPS is spot on and helps me to pick which irons to use for my approaches to get closer to the pin.” – Facebook review, March 2018 Automatic performance tracking gathers data in the background throughout your round. Without having to tag clubs, carry a phone or deviate from your game Shot Scope will gather performance data so that you can learn from how you really play. Swings are automatically logged using ClubSense technology. Removing practise swings, this technology will gather the club used and location of every shot and this information will be plotted onto an aerial map of the course. ***** “Great product, outstanding customer support and I highly recommend Shot Scope if you're looking for an accurate GPS and an easy, unobtrusive way to collect and analyze your on-course performance data.” – Facebook review, February 2018 Post-round Shot Scope’s advanced performance dashboard keeps your game alive once you’ve left the course with over 100 Tour-level statistics and shot-by-shot maps of every round. Developed by a team of elite golfer, each statistics has been hand-picked to give you maximum areas for improvement. Stats are split into five categories: clubs, tee shots, approaches, short game and putting. ***** “Before Shot Scope, I thought my miss was right. Turns out, I’ve been over compensating, and I miss more fairways left than right! Having these unbiased stats, and not having to think about recording them, is a game changer (literally).” – Facebook, February 2018”
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 8.2 x 5.1 x 2.4 inches; 7.05 Ounces
- Item model number : GAGPSSS
- Batteries : 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
- Date First Available : March 27, 2018
- Manufacturer : Shot Scope Technologies
- ASIN : B077BCF7MG
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Positives: Accurate, Easy to use on the course, Very Accurate GPS with great documentation of the greens locations, Excellent overhead view of course with shot marking of the rounds following upload of the data, No batteries required in the sensors, The sensors were easy to install.
Cons: The side buttons on the watch can be accidentally pushed by your glove or jacket during play. The only side effect of this was that the hole advanced one way or the other and I had to put it back on the correct hole prior to the next shot. This correction only took a brief second and did not affect the recording of shots.
Other thoughts: Sure the watch is big (Smaller than diving watches) but it's only meant to be worn while playing golf. The fact that I don't have to pull out my phone to use the system is great. I can leave my phone in the cart or car even with this system. I played a 3.5 hour round and the watch battery was at 65% when I was done. The watch GPS was very accurate and I like that the distance to the green is so accurately maintained by shot scope. The GPS seemed more accurate for the greens than my Garmin was. The watch takes 4 or 5 hours to charge the first time, my watch arrived totally dead. I charged it following the round and it still shows fully charged 4 days later if I turn the watch on (This is expected but I saw a review that said it drained while off, I'm not seeing that). This system seems much better than than other systems that use your phone for the data and required the sensors to have batteries. My putter has a weighted grip so I had to snip off the threads on the sensor and glue it to my putter. I used hot glue for this and it seems very secure.
I added a picture of it next to my Garmin Vivoactive HR that I used to use for golf yardages. It is definitely bigger but not so much that it's a bother during golf. Remember it's not meant to be worn as an everyday watch (although an update for that might be coming). It's an awesome piece of tech. Well worth the investment especially for a tech geek like myself.
Update 24 July 2019. I've played over 30 rounds now using the watch. It's still awesome. I've had no issues with it whatsoever. Battery life if fine. I would feel naked golfing without it. The mapping of course sand traps and other hazards is great. They recently added an "Explore" tab on the website when navigated to via a computer. It allows you to "Join" courses where your data is compared to and you can see other's data for that course that have also joined it. It automatically tracks longest drive on par 5s and other stats. Add a little fun factor to the system. This system cannot be beat. If you are thinking of buying a shot tracker or even just a golf GPS watch, this is the one for you. I've received nothing from the company for this review by the way, I just love their product this much.
The bigger problems are with the software. When you set up the desktop app, it asks you to set up a user name and password (along with other information like date of birth...why do you need my DOB?). Once I got passed all of that, it refused to accept my registration. All I kept getting was an error message that said: "Data Incorrectly Packaged"; which was no help at all. Customer support is in Scotland, with no phone number. So the only means of contact is by e-mail. So 24 hours later I get a response that says the problem is the password has to be 6 characters long (seems like that would have been a better error message than "Data Incorrectly Packaged").
By using the mobile app, I was able to determine the password actually has to be 8 characters long, include a number and a capital letter. Fine, finally registered and now it's off to play my first round.
At the end of that round, I follow the instructions to sync the device with the mobile app, and I get this message: "There was a problem syncing your data. We are working on a solution. Please contact us for further information."
OK, so no data from that round. Hopefully it's a temporary problem.
Next round, same syncing issue; same message. Sent an email to support. Waiting for a response, but since it's the weekend probably won't hear anything until Monday. Two rounds lost.
About the only positive thing I can say about the device is the yardages appear to be pretty accurate; but I have a Garmin watch that does the same thing, looks better, and is cheaper.
So I'll wait for a response from Support and give it a third try. If that fails, I'm sending it back.
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Setting up the wasn’t that bad and was very easy giving clubs a tag unless you have an odd ball club but then you can edit and correct it.
Once that is done It was to the golf course to play those 4 rounds this is so I could get the average of each club and the longest hit.
Over 2018 and 2019 I have add new clubs to it and retired one club was which was simple.
Got 4 rounds in before making myself a club range template so I knew which club I should be using to get the yardage I wanted.
Comparing it to one of my golfing partners who was using his apple iwatch could understand way his shots where always long until I was stood with him comparing distance to the flag and there was about 10/20 yards difference this is because the iwatch was getting it GPS readings from his iPhone which was in his bag 10 yards behind him. Since I’ve bought couple of people I’ve played with have bought it as well so they must have been impressed with it
I also like the in-depth details which you can get on the website which gives you miss to left and right off tee down to putting range which is helpful.
I has been used to give the pro at the club more info when having lesson to see I need help to improve my game.
So it is bigger than the alternatives and will only ever be a golf watch, but not only does is track front middle and back, but it has hazards for some courses too.
A further advantage of this device is that it tracks your golf shots, showing you distances (shortest, average and longest) for each club, based on actual club data rather than guesses from the driving range. This uses simple to fit tags in the handle of your club. They don't affect weight or feel and are for all intents invisible. This will help you understand how to improve club selection on distance data alone.
The final cherry on top are the other stats. It will track where you tend to miss, by club, so you will see whether you miss left, right or both. Turns out I have been over compensating for my slice and now consistently miss left. I still thought I was missing right. Will massively help my scores now I know my patterns.
Not 5 stars as it is a big device ans looks much bigger than a smart watch or a competitor (but they don't come with all the tracking).