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TESTERS WANTED (4) INTL WELCOME OUR TESTERS! @JerBooth @greggarner @JerryB @Chip Strokes --- From day one, Shotscope changed on-course data collection. The company developed technology that lets RFID club tags communicate automatically with a wrist band to capture shots. However, the wrist band itself was a problem. Shotscope’s original V1 band featured no GPS functionality, just data collection. It was also roughly the size of one of Her Majesty’s aircraft carriers. Shotscope V2 was a considerable improvement. Unfortunately, while considerably smaller, V2 was still the size of a Royal Destroyer. Now with the V3 GPS band, Shot Scope offers a full slate of stat-tracking and peformance management features, including strokes-gained analytics. With that, we'd like to get feedback from MyGolfSpy readers. We are looking for 4 dedicated, hard working testers to try out the newest version including the RFID tags! Added bonus - V3 comes in fancy new colorways to match your golfing outfit! A feature I know all of you are most excited about
FlightScope X2 Elite - Golf Doppler Radar Launch Monitor w/ hard case, charger, and Ethernet cord - Asking $5,500 - will consider all offers I purchased the FlightScope X2 Elite brand new directly from FlightScope in March for all-in cost of $7,200 and have only used it for personal use. This is the model that came out after the X2 but of course before the X3. I am looking to sell it as I am moving out of golf It is in exceptional condition as it was only used by me. I can ship it. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks, Kinley The contents include: X2 Elite Launch Monitor Power cord Travel case Refer to the following website for all details on the unit. https://flightscope.com/products/x2-elite/ In summary, the unit captures the following: Ball Launch & Flight Data Ball Speed Vertical Launch Angle Horizontal Launch Angle Vertical Descent Angle Smash Factor Spin Rate Spin Axis Carry Distance Roll Distance Total Distance Lateral Landing Apex Height Flight Time Shot Dispersion Shot Distance to Pin Skills Score Club & Swing Data Low Point Club Speed Club Speed Profile Club Acceleration Profile Face to Path Face to Target Dynamic Loft Angle of Attack Club Path Spin Loft Swing Plane Horizontal Swing Plane Vertical Text me at 254-433-2242
My bebrassie test I don't like sensors on the club or belt. I just want to record my game using the phone. Besides, I don't want to have to get my phone out every shot to enter something. So I tried bebrassie ... First I have to say that there is a free trial period. I think that's good. The principle is simple. Go on the tee, start round on the app, put the phone in your pocket and off you go. If you like, you can use a range finder, a yardage book and an electronic scorecard on the phone. I didn't do that because I didn't want to use the phone during the round. At the end of the round (I only played 9 holes for the test) I finished recording. Then I was asked to enter my score ... which I did (including the number of putts). Okay, I remembered it well. Then you see a short summary and then upload your round. Until then everything is easy. But now you have to edit your round. This is necessary to get the advertised Strokes Gained statistics. The edit process works very intuitive. For each hole you can see the hole from top view. And there is one white dot per shot you made. The putts are already on the green. To make it easier to understand where you made your shots, you get shown your walked way (GPS) and (at least full swings) there are large red circles located where the phone has detected a shot/swing. Now you drag and drop the white dots where you had hit a shot. During the installation, I have defined my personal shot lengths in the settings, so in the table on the right (on the iPad, on the phone it is synonymous - but I have not tried), the clubs are displayed, which I should have taken for the according distance. For example, I had to change my driver twice, because I hit it so short that bebrassie proposed a wood 5 for me. I needed more than 10 minutes for the 9-hole round ... but on the first holes I had to look all over the functions to get an overview. I'm sure in the future I'll make it in 5 minutes. At the end you have to sign your round (like in a tournament) and then get directly to the statistics. And here comes the real value of bebrassie: you get really cool and meaningful statistics. Even though a 9-hole round still does not provide enough data for all categories, bebrassie shows me what a hacker I am ... but I also see that I putt really well. All in all, bebrassie made a good first impression. But you realize that the developers are sitting in Germany ... real engineers, everything is very precisely adjustable.