Shot Scope launch CONNEX to deliver on course data direct to your phone

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Plug and play tracking tags for those looking to track their game via the subscription free app without wearing a watch.
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July 28, 2023
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Shot Scope has launched CONNEX – a set of plug and play mobile enabled performance tracking tags, for those looking to track their game via the subscription free app, without wearing a watch.

Once screwed into the end of your clubs, the CONNEX tracking tags record every shot hit on the golf course by tapping each club against your phone prior to hitting each shot. On the first tee, you simply need to open the app, select your course, and you’re ready to play – using your phone as a personal course guide, with a full bird’s eye view aerial map of every hole.

“One thing we strive for at Shot Scope is to provide a product for every golfer. With CONNEX, we are enabling those who don’t like the distraction of a watch to track their game and have access to over 100 industry leading statistics. By simply having their phone in their pocket and adding CONNEX game tracking tags to their clubs, we are providing golfers with another method to track their on-course data using our technology,” comments David Hunter, Chief Executive Officer at Shot Scope.

“The tags come with the free mobile app and web dashboard statistics platform, so golfers are getting access to incredibly premium technology, for a very affordable price.”

Using the free mobile app, Shot Scope CONNEX users will be able to tap anywhere on the hole to get instant GPS distances, with post shot analysis available directly on the full course aerial maps. What’s more, you can review the green layout and move the pin position to help with club selection for the shot ahead.

Furthermore, the purchase of CONNEX comes with a host of other benefits including the unrestricted connectivity with Shot Scope Academy – a game improvement tool designed specifically for both players and coaches to utilise when analysing on-course performance.

Over 100 statistics, including strokes gained, are captured from your round, and seamlessly uploaded to the Shot Scope app; where players can instantly connect with their coach to share thoughts about their performance.

Golfers will also have access to virtual communities to see how other users play a particular course, interactive competitions, and a platform to share achievements with friends.

CONNEX includes 16 performance tracking tags and can be purchased at www.shotscope.com/products/shot-tracking/connex/ as well as major golf stores and online retailers for just £99.99 (€119.99).

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