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4 Testers Wanted


Shot Scope Performance Tracking System


The golf performance and shot tracking arena is getting a tad crowded. And while every player brings something unique to the table, there's always something. With Game Golf you have to "tag" before every shot. With Arcoss you have to have your phone in your pocket.

The Scotland-based Shot Scope, however, says you won't be needing any of that, Laddie, just a band on your wrist.

Shot-Scope-8.jpg Testers Wanted:

According to the company, the Shot Scope wrist band automatically knows what club you're swinging, and senses the difference between a real swing and a practice swing. There's no "tagging" (that's so 2014), and you can leave your phone in your bag or in the car. Shot Scope collects all the shot data you could ask for and organizes it in an easy to use app.

Is Shot Scope a shot tracking game changer, or another in a long line of technology wannabes? We need 4 of you to put this baby to the test and help us find out.

Shot-Scope-5.jpg How To Apply:

MyGolfSpy is looking for 4 avid and tech-savvy golfers to test and review (and keep) the Shot Scope Golf Performance Tracking System. As you know, we take our product testing very seriously here at MyGolfSpy, so please read and follow these instructions carefully:

First - if you haven't already, you must register for the MyGolfSpy Community Forum (click here to sign up).

Also give us:

Your name, home state/province/part of the world

Your handicap

Your current shot tracking system, if any

That's all there is to it!


Good luck! We'll announce the testers late next week.



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Jorge Esguerra

System Administrator... that means I know how to use those things

Florida... yeah, I get to play golf all year round

Handicap: 7.5

Current system: The Grint

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Robert Pfeil


Decatur, Al


2 handicap


I have Arrcos, but haven't used it in awhile. While the attachments are light they still effect the weight of the club.



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Jack O'Neal




Driver: Titleist TS2 11.5° set to 10.75°
Wood: Cobra F-Max Superlite 3W 16°
Hybrids:  Cobra F-Max Superlite 3 Hybrid 19° /
XXIO X 23° 26°
Irons: Callaway Rogue X 7-AW
Wedges: Cleveland CBX 52° Cleveland RTX-3 58°
Putter: EvnRoll ER2 33" 2° loft 385g Winn Pro X 1.18 grip
Ball: Titleist ProV1x 2019 - Yellow
GPS: Bushnell Tour V4 Slope
Stat Tracking Device: Game Golf Live


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Steve Spross

Lansdale, Pa

5 Handicap

Garmin G7 and GolfPad

Ping G 400

Tour Edge CBX 119 3 wood

Tour Edge CBX hybrids

Bridgestone J15 driving forged irons

Titleist Vokey SM7 wedges

TaylorMade Balboa putter

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Mike Brincko

Micco, Florida

6.6 GHIN


Tried to use a few apps, like Swing by Swing, but never used a wearable tracker.


Driver- 2017 M1 460 rogue 70x

3W- Exotics CB 15* bi-matrix stiff

5W- Nike Covert 2.0 Pro set to 17* Kuro Kage stiff

4-PW- Mizuno JPX900 forged ProjectX 6.0

50*- Cleveland 588 RTX 2.0 CB

56* bent to 55*- Cleveland 588 RTX 2.0 CB

60*- Mizuno Blue Ion S5

Putter- Scotty GOLO5 (Super Stroke 5.0)

All other grips Lamkin R.E.L. Ace 3Gen

Callaway SR3, trying Taylor Made TP5x (have to find a new ball once all the SR3 disappear)

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