Imagine walking down the fairway as a volunteer follows steps behind holding a big, GPS-enabled pole, charting all of your shots from tee-to-green down to the foot, which then provides insights into your game that powers your golf practice and on-course strategy.
Now snap out of it. Unless you play elite tournament golf, your game isn’t getting the ShotLink treatment anytime soon. In order to view robust insights about your performance, you’re going to have to take mapping and data into your own hands.
But the good news for all amateurs is that consumer technology is getting quite good for all golfers to utilize. I’ve used a variety of products and apps in 2020, and I am on board with shot tracking as a game-improvement tool. It’s given me a better understanding about tendencies in my game. It has also given me a sense of accountability on every shot. An app doesn’t care if I was focused or not over a shot, but I sure don’t want to see a chunked wedge or topped drive in my history.
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