Game Golf Digital Tracking System

Jan 31, 2014

Category: Tech

Golf is a bit like fishing in some aspects; it’s a solo-based activity, there’s no trash talking, and there’s usually a tall tale that someone comes home with (Oh my god, you should’ve seen the tuna I hooked on the 14th green!”). But Game Golf promises to modernize the sport and let you fine-tune your performance all at once. This is a piece of wearable technology that automatically captures all of your statistics, trends, and details from a round of golf, then lets you review your game, share your info, and compete and compare with others.

Just tap the device with your club and it’s ready to record your round. You’ll see where you took your shot from, what club you used, and a bird’s eye view of how it took you 7 shots to close out a par 3. Now if you do manage to land a tuna on a golf course, you might wanna snap a picture of that. [Purchase]

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