Knowledge is power. In golf, knowledge also means lower scores.
As players, we have an intution about our problem areas on the course. Some of us have trouble finding the fairway. Others three-putt way too often. More still just cannot hit the green with a mid-iron.
However, that intuition isn’t always accurate, sending us down a rabbit hole to fix a problem that isn’t really a problem.
So, we need something that will deliver the truth about how we play and offer insight into what we should do to get better. That’s exactly what Arccos Golf does.
Arccos Golf and its primary competitor Game Golf are products designed to capture and map every swing in your round, using GPS to provide you with insight into how you play golf, where you’re playing golf and where you can improve.
Arccos Golf uses Bluetooth technology with your Apple device (sorry, Android users) to track your data. The sensors detect each shot that you hit, mapping where you struck the ball on a GPS to identify if you’re in the fairway or rough, tee or green or hazard.
How does it detect each shot? Well, it’s a simple setup process. You’ll screw in each almost-weightless sensor into the butt end of the grip on each of the 14 clubs in your bag. Then you’ll download the Arccos Golf app and pair each sensor to your phone with some easy-to-follow guidance. Then, when it’s time to play, fire up the app again and tell Arccos that you’re about to play golf. It will detect the course you’re about to play — or you can tell it — and then you’re off and running.
There are some simple tips to follow so that each shot gets captured.
As you’re playing, Arccos will give you live data, mapping each shot on a satellite view of the course, showing you which club you hit and how far you hit it. It will also give you live feedback on how far, on average, you actually hit each club. You’ll get a sense of fairways and greens hit in regulation, as well how often you’re putting and other good info. Obviously, the kind of data is illegal to have in competition, so Arccos has released a restricted app that doesn’t supply that data in-round.