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Jason 

Florida/Charlotte county/USA

I use performance tracking

I do not use a gps watch

I do use game golf


Jason

Ping G410 LST 10.5 VA Composites Drago

Callaway EF SZ 5W  VA Composites Drago

Callaway BB 3 hybrid Oban Revenge 

Callaway BB 4 hybrid Oban Revenge

Callaway 5-AW Aerotec Steelfiber I95

Vokey SM 7 Raw 52, 56, 60, 62 (bent to 64) Aerotec Steelfiber I95

Taylor Made Spider Original 33 inches

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1. Willem

2. Windhoek, Namibia

3. Sort of, Golfshot tracks drives, putts, sand saves etc.

4. No GPS watch

5. iPhone with Golfshot app

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First name: Billy


Home State/Province/Country: Massachusetts


​Do you use performance tracking? Yes


Do you use a GPS watch? No, GPS on the phone though


Which ones? I use a GPS app on the phone (the Grint) which has some stat tracking, and I use my own pencil & paper to track strokes gained



WITB: :mizuno-small: ST-180 10.5°, Mitsubishi Diamana B Series 60 X

Fairway::mizuno-small: ST-180 15°, Mitsubishi Diamana W-Series 70 X

Hybrids: :titelist-small: 913H 19° & 21°

Irons::wilson_staff_small: C300 5-GW, KBS Tour V stiff

Wedges: :vokey-small: SM8 54.12D and 58.12D 

Putter: Toulon Columbus

Ball: :bridgestone-small: Tour B XS

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Moe

Maryland, USA

Yes, Game Golf, beta tester

Not yet

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Ben

New York / USA

​Yup, I use perf tracking

No, no GPS watch

MyRoundPro for perf tracking

 

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First name: Timothy Simpson


 


Home State/Province/Country: New Jersey, USA


 


Do you use performance tracking? Yes, on my phone with Arccos Driver and I use Golf Pad 


 


Do you use a GPS watch? I have not, but have been looking to make the plunge - just not sure which one yet.


 


Which ones? N/A



Tim - NJ - Right Handed - 17HC

In the OGIO Grom:

  • Ping G400 LST Driver (tour stiff)
  • Ping G400 3 Wood (tour stiff)
  • Titelist 816 4-Hybrid
  • 5-W Titelist C-16 (stiff)
  • Miura K Grind 52, 56, 60
  • Toulon Strokelab Austin
  • Snell MTB
  • OrangeWhip 
  • Jerky
  • Bulleit Bourbon

 

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First name: Olivia


Home State/Province/Country: Texas


​Do you use performance tracking? Yes. I am a college golfer and track all stats daily, but do so with pen and paper.  I will be be playing almost daily over the summer so this device would be very helpful.


Do you use a GPS watch? No


Which ones? N/A


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First name: Daemon


Home State/Province/Country Nebraska


​Do you use performance tracking? Yes


Do you use a GPS watch? No


Which ones? 18 Birdies and Swing by swing


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1. Alejandro García

2. McAllen, TX

3. No but I am ready to start

4. Yes, I have the Garmin S2.

5. Garmin S2

 

 

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Nick

Sheffield, UK

I do track all my rounds (usually 4 per week)

I use a Callaway gps device, not a watch!

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Dave

Florida

Do not currently track

I use a hand held GPS, not a watch right now, was going to move to a watch.

NEO Ghost


Dave :rolleyes:

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Golfing season just started here in Minnesota. Would love to track my distances all summer and report back.

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Bob Dunn, Ennis, Co Clare, Ireland

I use the 18Birdies app as my GPS.

I've previously used a calloway GPS watch which was a tidy little unit

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First name - Jeff


Home State/Province/Country - Oklahoma


​Do you use performance tracking? - Yes


Do you use a GPS watch? - Not Regularly (but, I do sometimes use my Fitbit watch with GameGolf)


Which ones? - I am a long time user of Arccos


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First name: Tom

Country: Norway

​Do you use performance tracking? No

Do you use a GPS watch? Yes

Which ones? Garmin S60 , Garmin vivoactive HR

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Jody Mullin                                
Alberta , Canada
Performance Tracker:  no
was gifted an izzo 5000, died while doing updates before first test waiting for new one... confidence low


DRIVER -  Sim Max 10.5 lowered to 9.75 Ventus Red 5 S  shaft 

Woods -  Taylormade Sim Ti 3wood - Diamana reg 65

                Taylormade  5 wood-  Ventus 6r 

Rescue/Hybrid -  

IRONS -  Callaway Mavrik 6- PW, AW   KBS 80 R steel 

WEDGES-  Vokey SM 8   50/54/58 

PUTTER-  Odyssey Stroke Lab Bird of Prey. 

BALL-  Pro V1x or Tp5X  -- trying to figure this one out.

Footjoy Tour S golf shoe 

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First name - Damon


Home State/Province/Country - Michigan/USA


​Do you use performance tracking? - Yes


Do you use a GPS watch? - Yes


Which ones? - Game Golf, Garmin S1


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(4) TESTERS WANTED

ShotScopV2_3.png

Shot Scope V2 GPS Watch with

Automated Performance Tracking

 

​

There are two clear leaders in the golf data tracking game. For those who don't mind carrying your phone with you during a round, ARCCOS is the clear market leader. For those who'd rather just play golf, the Scottish company Shot Scope is tracker of choice.

 

And if you're a part of the second part, this review opportunity is for you!

 

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TESTERS WANTED:

 

We're looking for four avid golfers to test, review and keep Shot Scope's new V2 GPS Watch with Automated Performance Tracking. Shot Scope's patented ClubSense technology automatically knows when you hit the ball and which club you used, and stores all that info for you. You don't have to tag or mess with your phone. You just play golf.

 

And with Shot Scope's new online Performance Package, you can view your stats and decide which part of your game you'll brag on and which you'll keep to yourself.

 

The good news is if you live and play golf anywhere on the planet Earth, you're eligible to apply!

 

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How To Apply:

 

You forum vets know - and you new members need to know - how much work is involved in being a MyGolfSpy product tester. We'll expect you to dedicate a full two months to using Shot Scope on the course and learning how to use the data is provides, and you'll write a detailed, thorough and - most importantly - honest review for your fellow Forum members.

 

To do that, you'll first have to be a member in good standing of the MyGolfSpy Community Forum (click here if you need to sign up). Next, in this thread - and ONLY IN THIS THREAD - you'll need to tell us the following:

 

First name

Home State/Province/Country

​Do you use performance tracking?

Do you use a GPS watch?

Which ones?

 

​That's pretty much it. We'll be announcing the four testers next week in this thread, so make sure to check back.

 

Good luck!

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Nocke

 

 

(4) TESTERS WANTED

ShotScopV2_3.png

Shot Scope V2 GPS Watch with

Automated Performance Tracking

​

There are two clear leaders in the golf data tracking game. For those who don't mind carrying your phone with you during a round, ARCCOS is the clear market leader. For those who'd rather just play golf, the Scottish company Shot Scope is tracker of choice.

 

And if you're a part of the second part, this review opportunity is for you!

 

 

V2_Render_FrontplusTags.png

TESTERS WANTED:

 

We're looking for four avid golfers to test, review and keep Shot Scope's new V2 GPS Watch with Automated Performance Tracking. Shot Scope's patented ClubSense technology automatically knows when you hit the ball and which club you used, and stores all that info for you. You don't have to tag or mess with your phone. You just play golf.

 

And with Shot Scope's new online Performance Package, you can view your stats and decide which part of your game you'll brag on and which you'll keep to yourself.

 

The good news is if you live and play golf anywhere on the planet Earth, you're eligible to apply!

 

 

Shot-Scope-7.jpg

How To Apply:

 

You forum vets know - and you new members need to know - how much work is involved in being a MyGolfSpy product tester. We'll expect you to dedicate a full two months to using Shot Scope on the course and learning how to use the data is provides, and you'll write a detailed, thorough and - most importantly - honest review for your fellow Forum members.

 

To do that, you'll first have to be a member in good standing of the MyGolfSpy Community Forum (click here if you need to sign up). Next, in this thread - and ONLY IN THIS THREAD - you'll need to tell us the following:

 

First name

Home State/Province/Country

​Do you use performance tracking?

Do you use a GPS watch?

Which ones?

 

​That's pretty much it. We'll be announcing the four testers next week in this thread, so make sure to check back.

 

Good luck!

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