Shot Scope V2 – what’s in a mode?

V2 offers three different modes which allow the golfer to choose the features that they need based on which type of golf they are playing.  The modes are interchangeable and allow you to get the most use out of your V2 by offering flexibility between events.

Before you start your round, select which mode you would like to use your watch in, choose between; GPS, PRO or GPS+Track.

GPS mode provides distances information on the watch screen but does not track performance. This mode is ideally suited to rounds when you may not be completing every hole in a round, for example when taking part in Match Play or Texas Scramble events.

PRO mode has been developed with the Rules of Golf in mind and tracks your performance without giving on-course information. So, if you are competing in top amateur or pro events where DMDs are not allowed, your V2 will not breach these rules.

GPS+Track combines both GPS and PRO modes to give comprehensive insights into your game, both on and off the course. This mode provides GPS distances and activates auto-performance tracking so that you can review your round and learn about your game.

Making sure your V2 is in the relevant mode before playing is important to ensuring you get the most out of your watch. So, whatever kind of round you’re going out for, your V2 can always stay on your wrist and help you improve your game.

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Explained: Shots to Finish

We are often asked if we offer a “Strokes Gained” system and then how our own version, “Shot to Finish”, is beneficial to golfers. Here’s a quick overview which will answer your questions so you can better understand the stats on your dashboard.

Shots to Finish is a system created for handicap golfers to be able to evaluate the effect of lie, distance and club on scoring. It breaks down performance to one number which is the number of shots that that shot cost or saved the golfer. It makes analyzing the golfer’s game very easy and areas of improvement can be quickly identified.

For example, a player may take on average 3.2 shots to finish the hole when their approach to the green is from the fairway with a 7 iron, however, the same player might average 3.7 shots to finish the hole with a 7 iron from out of the rough and 4.3 from fairway bunkers. It can then be ascertained that hitting into fairway bunkers costs the golfer at least 0.6 shots each time.

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