Disclosure: I received a Game Golf for feature. All opinions are my own.
Many of my friends, family and coworkers are golf enthusiasts. I hear about the latest gadgets and technology even though I'm not an avid golfer myself. I hit balls at the range - - or rather, I used to hit balls at the range before the kiddos came along. The reason why I learn about such products is because it's on their wish list or was a recent purchase. One product that I was excited to share about is Game Golf, a digital tracking system backed by the PGA and designed in California.
The concept is quite simple once you get the hang of it: Install the unique tags (18) into the grips of your clubs, tap the tags against the wearable device before each shot, and upload the data after your game. You can even become part of the Game Golf community and compete virtually with players around the world. For someone that is competitive and wants new challenges, this is the ultimate spot to do it and make new friends along the way.
By capturing the GPS location of every shot played, GAME GOLF provides valuable insights into a golfer's entire round. Users quickly see their distance averages for each club over time. You can selectively view the shots taken from the tee box, fairway, bunker or rough, providing an even deeper understanding of your game.
In addition to knowing Club Performances over time, GAME GOLF lets golfers see how far they hit each and every shot. Knowing how far you hit each club helps lower scores and improves your stats. See how far you really hit each club and never under-club again.
Would your golf fan like Game Golf under the tree this year?