Shot Scope Debuts New Version of e-Book Learning Series for Golfers …
How Data Can Help You Improve
Manufacturer of The World’s Smartest Golf Watch Delivers Insight and Case Studies on How Data Can Positively Impact Performance
Green Brook, NJ – Shot Scope (www.shotscope.com), a leading international manufacturer of GPS-based golf management systems, today announced the release of its newest e-book, How Data Can Help You Improve, which is available for FREE via download at https://shotscope.com/us/ebook/.
The 3rd e-book in the Company’s learning series, How Data Can Help You Improve highlights seven Shot Scope case studies to help golfers better understand the benefits of tracking their game, and how analyzing data can help improve performance.
“Shot Scope technology has been used by tens of thousands of golfers and our measured data shows the average player improves by nearly three strokes thanks to our combined distance and performance tracking capabilities,” said Gavin Dear, Chief Commercial Officer, Shot Scope. “Our new e-book series offers an educational resource for golfers of all levels, delivering more complete knowledge on how to more effectively leverage data to maximize performance on the course.”
In addition to the new e-book How Data Can Help You Improve, the following e-books are also available for download:
- e-book 1: The Ultimate Golfer’s Guide
Provides a series of anecdotes and helpful tips in four key performance areas: tee shots, approaches, short game and putting.
- e-book 2: The Top Ten Strategy Mistakes
Focuses on the top 10 course strategy mistakes golfers make.
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About Shot Scope
Shot Scope Technologies was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Edinburgh, Scotland. From its inception, the one simple aim of the company has been to improve the way in which both amateur and professional golfers collect and analyze statistics from their game. The Shot Scope team, which consists of technology experts and golfers, including a former Walker Cup player, set out to develop smart wearable technology that was more intuitive and comprehensive than any current market offering.
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