The Performance Platform just got smarter, and so will your game.
The new Shot Scope Performance Analysis Platform will be released by April 1st. Transforming the existing dashboard with interactive charts, new statistics such as Never up, Never in and Red Zone and granular graphs showing exact shot locations all providing users with an immersive golfing experience off course! Dive into your statistics like never before and improve your game with over 100 tour-level statistics all developed by a team of elite golfers with Professional and Tour level experience. On and off course, Shot Scope provides the smartest improvement tool for golf.
Compare the distances and usage of an unlimited number of clubs. Find out which clubs are working for you, and which are working against you. Get to know what is in your bag and correlate this to the distances provided on your watch during a round to ensure you always know which club to hit.
Visualize and account for every tee shot, plotted onto an interactive Fairway Accuracy graph. Click through to relive every shot on an aerial map of the course.
Get your approach shots on target with our distance indicator graph, showing all shots, a breakdown quadrant view and Red Zone which shows percentage of approaches hit within 15ft.
Increased functionality to toggle distance from pin and club to visualize where your short game shots finish. In the Red Zone, understand which clubs actively help you get up and down.
Compare different putters more easily. Use our ‘Never up, Never in’ feature to establish the percentage of times you are short versus long and your average proximity to hole to make sure lag putts aren’t costing you shots.
The new performance dashboard is available to all users and data from previous rounds will be showcased on the new platform. The performance dashboard is accessible from the Desktop app or you can log in directly from www.shotscope.com. As soon as the update is live, we’ll be in touch so that you can go and see for yourself!
Shot Scope Technologies officially closes the pre-sale of V2 after selling out over the Holidays. The company also announces that V2 has been confirmed as Conforming to the Rules of Golf.
The pre-sale of V2 ran from August to November 2017 and gave golfers the opportunity to purchase the product at a reduced rate. Golfers from 32 countries took advantage of this limited-time offer and have since amassed over 8,000 rounds of golf, despite being off-season in most countries.
Shot Scope V2 will be on general sale from the 19th of January 2018 at shotscope.com.
The two-part ruling on the status of V2 looks at each of the device’s three modes individually. Pro mode, which gathers data in the background without showing real-time information, has been ruled as Conforming to the Rules of Golf. Performance data is not available until post-round and therefore V2 can be used in this setting to collect data without being contrary to Rule 14-3. GPS and GPS+Track modes are permissible where the Local Rule has been adopted allowing the use of distance measuring devices.
Updates to the system will further enhance the user experience with a relaunch of the current Performance Dashboard in a release scheduled for April 1st. Optimized for interactive data-driven learning, the new Performance Dashboard focuses on Clubs, Tee Shots, Approaches, Short Game and Putting to provide over 100 Tour-level statistics to facilitate long-term improvement.
In addition, the capabilities of the watch itself, which currently offers distances to the front/middle/back of the green, will be improved with the addition of distances to hazards in March.
Shot Scope will debut the latest product updates at the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida. The PGA Merchandise show features over 1,100 interactive exhibits and draws in over 40,000 industry leaders from 74 countries. Shot Scope will be exhibiting alongside premier Scottish golf companies on stand 3373, representing the Future of Golf straight from the Home of Golf.
Edinburgh-based Shot Scope Technologies has raised £1.6m, bringing its total raised to date to £4.5m.
The firm, which creates a performance-tracking watch for golfers, received funds from high-net-worth individuals, Scottish Investment Bank, Equity Gap and Old College Capital – the investment fund of University of Edinburgh.
Founder and CEO David Hunter said: “This investment enables us to scale up manufacturing, scale up marketing and scale up sales.”
This funding round is the company’s third, following a £1.6m round in 2016 and a £400,000 fundraise in 2015.
Shot Scope Technologies launches its second-generation golf wearable, Shot Scope V2. Combining front/middle/back GPS with Shot Scope’s industry-leading Performance Tracking. V2 fills a significant gap in the market. V2 is now available to pre-order at the introductory price of $210.
Golfers have long sought a device that combined GPS yardages and fully automatic performance tracking; Shot Scope’s in-house engineers have developed a product that meets the needs of the modern golfer while retaining the company’s trademark automatic club recognition technology and detailed performance statistics.
V2 has three modes to suit the golfer’s playing requirements, GPS, PRO and GPS+TRACK, each mode has been designed for ultimate flexibility. In both GPS and GPS+TRACK modes, the LCD screen displays distances to the front, middle and back of the green from the golfer’s real-time position using SMART GPS. Distances to hazards will be released in a software update later in the year.
Performance Tracking is activated in both PRO and GPS+TRACK modes. The watch works in the background to collect over 100 Tour-level statistics, broken down into five areas: clubs, tee shots, approaches, short game and putting. Performance statistics of this calibre have previously only been available to Tour players. No manual input or phone-use is required.
V2 uses Shot Scope’s proprietary course mapping data which is compiled and quality checked by a team of elite golfers.
Following the success of V1 – a sell-out pre-sale campaign, attracting over 2,000 users in six months, being shipped to over 35 countries including 22 states in the USA and being used on the European and Ladies European Tours – V2’s launch has been highly anticipated and combines the established GPS market with the fast-growing performance tracking market.
“Scottish Golf is delighted to see a successful technology product being developed in the Home of Golf and Shot Scope is proving popular with golf club members across the country. It is important that Scotland continues to be seen as innovators within golf, both on and off the course, and we look
forward to working closely with Shot Scope to support their international ambitions and further grow the golf industry in Scotland.”
– Ross Duncan, Scottish Golf.
“Shot Scope is a great example of the type of fast growing, technically innovative and highly entrepreneurial company that Scottish Enterprise is looking to support. We have been impressed by the sheer drive and determination of the team at Shot Scope and their ability to overcome all of the challenges that are put in their way. There is no doubt that a fantastic opportunity exists at Shot Scope to develop a company with genuine global potential and the launch of this unique golf wearable will revolutionise the golf market. We are proud to have a played a small part in the success achieved by the company to date and will continue to support their ongoing growth and development.”
– Adrian Gillespie, Scottish Enterprise
“Having emerging golf technology positioned within Scotland is great for not only our home players but the constantly growing tourism industry. The allure of Scotland as The Home of Golf has never been stronger and we in Scottish Enterprise are delighted to see and support a local company who
are spearheading the modernisation of the game while respecting its heritage.”
– Gordon Todd, Chair of the Scottish Golf Tourism Development Group