Stat Stuff
October 22, 2015

Game Golf releases new version of its stat-tracking system

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GAME GOLF LIVE Screen and Device.jpg

Game Golf, one of the leaders in the ever-expanding stat-tracking space in golf, has released a new update to its system to enable real-time stat-tracking. In previous versions, your stats would be viewable after your round on a computer or tablet. Now, golfers can follow along with their rounds as they play.

Launched in 2014, the Game Golf system ($299) comes with a wearable device you clip on your belt. Before each shot, you tap the device to activate it, which is different from the Arccos stat-tracking system. New technology in the device includes additional stats, including the strokes gained/tee to green metric that was incorporated into PGA Tour stats last year.

Graeme McDowell, one of the company's ambassadors, tested the new system before the British Masters a few weeks ago. Here are a few photos:

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Graeme McDowell-Game Golf.JPG

Graeme McDowell of Northern Ireland in action during a Pro-Am round ahead of the 2015 British Masters at the Marquess Course, Woburn, in Bedfordshire, England on 7/10/15. Picture: Richard Martin-Roberts | Golffile

Photo by: Richard Martin-Roberts

Richard Martin-Roberts

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Graeme McDowell-Game Golf-2.jpg

Graeme McDowell of Northern Ireland during a Pro-Am round ahead of the 2015 British Masters at the Marquess Course, Woburn, in Bedfordshire, England on 7/10/15. Picture: Richard Martin-Roberts | Golffile

Photo by: Richard Martin-Roberts

Richard Martin-Roberts

The system will be available for iOS and Android smartphones. And Game Golf has upgraded its course-finding abilities in working with Google Maps, Apple Maps and BING Maps.

This update will go live for retail on Nov. 9.


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