Five of the best on sale now

Today's Golfer (UK) - - Best Golf Tech -

Tour pros have ac­cess to hun­dreds of stats to mon­i­tor their per­for­mance, and in the last cou­ple of years the tech has fil­tered into the am­a­teur game. You’ve got to be pretty com­mit­ted to buy it, but new ways of track­ing your game stats are ap­pear­ing all the time.

Ar­c­cos 360 £249­c­cos­

Ar­c­cos part­ners with Mi­crosoft to offer a Cad­die fea­ture. It takes into ac­count shots you’ve hit be­fore and gives you a strat­egy for the shot, hole or course you’re play­ing.

Shot Scope £145

If you’ve avoided track­ers be­cause shots need to be tagged or be­cause the putting stats are rub­bish, Shot Scope solves both is­sues. You sim­ply tag the pin at the end of each hole and ev­ery­thing else is au­to­matic.

Sky­cad­die Linx GT £299.95­

This in­cludes a Linx watch so you have yardages on your wrist, too. Tags in the grips of your clubs record each shot by touch­ing the grip on the watch which al­lows for de­tailed post-round anal­y­sis.

Mo­bitee and Piq £199­

GPS yardages, shot track­ing as well as tempo, speed and swing path, the Mo­bitee of­fers tons of info. A sen­sor at­taches to the back of your glove, tags are in­serted into your club grips and you get live graph­ics plot­ted on GPS hole im­ages.

Game Golf Live £169

Game Golf Live not only lets you do all the same shot track­ing as the orig­i­nal and view your data live it lets you in­vite friends to join a live leader­board, which can re­ally liven up a Satur­day morn­ing knock about!

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