The game golf digital tracking system is a small, wearable system designed to seamlessly capture and display your golf game in a comprehensive, dynamic interface with stats, trends, and information you can actually use. Game Golf Challenges let you compete virtually with anyone in the world using the Game Golf platform.
You will learn what you’re really doing on the course and quickly see where you can improve. All of your round data is displayed shot-by-shot, hole-by-hole over satellite imagery of the course.
See how far you hit each shot with the Club Performance analytics engine, compare your game stats against PGA pros or your weekend golf buddies. Use the Advanced Stats shot dispersion tool, analyze your accuracy off the tee, and the approaches to the flag.
Game Golf Digital Tracking System – An All-In-One Online System
Game Golf Digital Tracking System Take Your Golf Game To The Next Level. Improve From Tee To Green. Golf is no longer just a memory and a scorecard. Now it’s a living, breathing chronicle of your game.
Everything you do on the course is recorded and presented in an all-in-one online system to help you better see, understand and show off your skills. With Game Golf, you don’t just leave everything you’ve got on the course. It comes with you afterward so you can see in detail how you did and where you can do better.
All you have to do is power up, put on the device, and play your game. Install the unique tags into each of your clubs and simply tag each club to the device before you take your shot. That’s it. Game Golf logs what club you use and where on the course you use it. By combining these observations, your game is visualized like never before.
Game Golf Digital Tracking System Features
During your round, simply tap the tags you installed into the grips of your clubs against a wearable device before each shot. That’s it. Everything else is done automatically.
Observe your entire golf game on the web and mobile interfaces, which display your game like never before using a map view of the golf course that shows your shot locations and distances. Know your distances, see how far you really hit each club, and never under-club again.
Share your rounds, stats, records, and more with the GAME community and your friends on Facebook and Twitter. Now your game can leave the course.
All statistical parts of your game are recorded, calculated, and displayed as trends over time, so learning about and improving your game is based on facts. Your entire golf game is presented and analyzed so you can actually use the information to improve your play. From overall changes to precise adjustments.
See your games from all over the world, and see stats from all of your games. A birds-eye-view of your overall game is always at hand.
Analyze Your Accuracy Off The Tee And Approaches To The Flag
Playing golf should be exactly that, playing. With Game Golf, game tracking happens in the background, so you can focus on playing instead of note-taking. All you have to do is power up, put on the device, and play your game.
Install the unique tags into each of your clubs and simply tag each club to the device before you take your shot. That’s it. Game Golf logs which club you use and where on the course you use it. By combining these observations, your game is visualized like never before.
See and Share
Visualize your entire round of golf, from the drive off the first tee box, to the last putt on the 18th hole and all shots in between. You’ll see when you hit the fairways, landed in a bunker, or safely on the green. Relive each shot as if you had just taken it.
Celebrate your successes by sharing your rounds on social media or via email. You can easily post links to your Facebook or Twitter accounts for the ultimate bragging rights.
Stats and Compare
Keep tabs on your performance – Game Golf automatically captures and updates your golf stats with an easy-to-use dashboard view. See your fairway accuracy, GIR, and scrambling percentages as well as your average score and putts per hole.
See how you stack up against PGA pros like Graeme McDowell, Lee Westwood, and Jim Furyk, or compare yourself with friends and fellow club members. Modify your stats comparisons to see details for specific rounds, specific courses, or all rounds played with Game Golf.
Advanced Stats – Approach To The Green
Every approach shot is displayed relative to the target, revealing your tendencies on approach in percentages and yardage. See your shots by the club or by yardage. Dive into data from individual rounds and specific courses, or review your shots aggregated over all your rounds.
Compete virtually against this weekend’s foursome, your buddy who lives across the globe or challenge all Game Golfers. Start your own private or public challenge and invite your friends or join any of the community challenges to meet and compete with new golfers.
Game Golf Challenges can be based on a multitude of statistics – longest drive distance, the highest number of pars or birdies in a round, or even putting averages. Quickly create a new challenge in seconds.
Game Golf Tracking System Details
Improve Your Game – From tee to green, we analyze your entire round of golf
Know Your Distances – See how far you really hit each club and never under-club again
See Your Stats – Fairway Accuracy, GIR, Putts Per Hole, and more; Real stats at your fingertips
Share & Compare with your friends, followers, or even the Pros
This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Game Golf Digital Tracking System is often bought together with Zepp Golf 3D Swing Analyzer.
Game Golf Digital Tracking System Reviews
A Device with Unlimited Potential – By Benjamin Litman
I can’t say enough about this product. Most impressive is the company’s commitment to addressing what few flaws the product has. I would recommend (and have recommended) this product to anyone I know who plays golf. I’ve organized my review by category for ready reference.
If you don’t believe what I have to say, note that Game Golf already has the backing of the PGA of America, Golf Channel, and numerous prominent touring professionals (including Graeme McDowell, Lee Westwood, and Jim Furyk). And it’s already being sold in Apple stores worldwide.
That’s heady stuff for a technology startup. But, as its slogan goes, Game Golf is, indeed, changing the game.
I won’t say much here, as the Game Golf website ([…]) has a handy video explaining the setup (and much more). But I will say that it’s as easy to set up as it is to use. Simply screw the corresponding red tag flush into the handle of each club, complete the online registration, charge the device, and you’re good to go.
Ease of Use
“Tag and go” might sound too good to be true, but it is true. After you turn on the device, and the white light (alone) begins to blink, tag the butt end of each club to the bottom of the device at the location of your shot, hit the shot, go to your next shot, and repeat.
It’s that simple (you don’t even have to select the course you’re playing; the device figures that out for you). The hard part, at least at first, is remembering to tag.
Within a round or two, however, it becomes second nature. Because tagging (which captures both (1) which club you’re hitting and (2) the location from which you’re hitting it.
Best Golf Improvement I’ve Ever Used – By William E Kornele
This product is probably the most useful golf training tool I’ve used since the swing analyzers first came out a couple of years ago. Even with my Swingbyte telling me my clubhead speed (per club) on the range, I never really knew how far I hit each of my clubs. With Game Golf, I can now see what my game REALLY looks like when I play around.
Being able to see the actually played yardage of each shot is AMAZING! I thought I hit my 7-iron 170 yds but after 3 rounds with my Game Golf, I see I’m actually hitting it 162 yds on average. On my very next round, I used a 6-iron from 172 yds out and stuck it 4 feet from the flag. Suddenly the phrase “Don’t under club again” made sense.
The review of my rounds also showed that my putting trend for the first three rounds I recorded was 2.4 putts per hole. Ouch! I’ve already started focusing more on my putting before I play around and my last round average was 2.1 putts per hole.
Not quite as good as the pros that are on the system but I’m already seeing improvements. Oh, and being able to go back to see how I played around previously to learn from my mistakes on the course is pretty darn cool. Smarter golf is actually fun when you finish your round with a lower score than you normally get.
GPS accuracy is not enough to make it usable and the charging cover broke after 4 rounds – returning it – By Peter Neumann
I purchased the Game Golf and played four rounds with it before deciding it wasn’t worth the trouble. The Game Golf uses GPS location and what appears to be RFID tags to estimate the location and distance of golf shots. You probably know that if you are reading this review.
If you are diligent about tapping each club to the Game Golf, that eliminates one problem that I had. I was not able to get that into my pre-shot routine and would question whether I had or hadn’t done it, would walk back a few steps to tag it, etc. I found it more disruptive than I would have liked.
I found that I had to do a lot of editing post-round when Game Golf imported the round. Some courses were more accurate than others but it is certainly not without post-round editing from my experience. It is really only useful for full shots.
It will track putts but doesn’t know where the pin is so you don’t get any idea of putt distance, miss distance, etc. This isn’t part of what Game Golf advertises but it does limit what it is useful for.
The GPS location accuracy is a bit iffy as I found numerous times where the tee shot was recorded from well off of the tee box. This could be a problem with the registration of the airborne image to the GPS coordinates but in any case, it wasn’t spot on very often.
After my fourth round, I went to download the Game Golf to my PC and found the charging cover had been lost. This is tethered to the unit but from day one I felt this would be a weak point in the design. Unfortunately, I was correct and it is gone.
This charging cover is difficult to get open with a knife, etc., and really should be done differently. It is a bad design that is certainly causing their customers and their returns department some grief.
Easy to use the device, but accuracy needs improvement – By Gary K. McCormick
The folks at Game Golf recently added an analysis feature to the website which is a little like your own personal Shotlink (the system the PGA Tour uses to collect shot data). The analysis feature allows you to look at overall scoring, performance off the tee (distance and accuracy), and the same for approaches to the green.
The information available can be viewed by the club, by distance from the green, etc., and the scoring information includes putting stats and scoring stats for pars 3s, par 4s, and par 5s.
The new data analysis features are a tremendous bump-up in the usefulness of the information gathered with the Game Golf system, a distinct improvement in an already quite distinctive, and useful, device.
Right off the bat, the setup of the Game Golf device is very simple. Screw the tags into the end of the grip on the corresponding clubs in your bag, plug the device into your computer with the supplied USB cable, and set up your account, then go play golf.
I have taken the Game Golf system out three times now, all on the same course. I had to remind myself to “tag” the club before I hit the first couple of times out, but once you get into the habit of doing it it becomes automatic.
If you do forget, the website allows you to add a shot (as well as penalty shots), and even change the club designated for a certain shot, when you review your round.
I find that the biggest benefit of the Game Golf system is feedback on the real-world distances I am hitting my clubs. I have a hand-held GPS unit, but it is designed to tell me the distance to my next target, not how far I hit that last shot.
Latest Customer Reviews
It is very good for tracking stats and distances – By Dameion Rutherford
I have used it for about 6 rounds now. It’s very good for tracking stats and distances. The bad is it takes a while to remember to tap it on EVRY shot.
Nice and easy to use the device – By Julien Frerot
A great device, easy to use, with a nice app to refine your shots registered.
Three Stars – By Craig Evans
tricky to remember to tap, but the technology has been dependable and interesting.
Excellent tool for amateur golf analytics – By Kevin
Have been using Game Golf for about 6 months. Very pleased with my purchase. The GPS isn’t always perfect, and will always require editing after around.
Much better than SwingTip but still some issues – By D. Cobos
I definitely like this very much, but there are definitely still some shortcomings they need to overcome.
Beyond worth it – By Joe B.
Probably one of the cheapest and best learning tools you can get. Maps out your entire game for review and keeps stats beyond what you would expect.
It is easy and very informative – By Mercer Barrows
Once one remembers to “ground” the club EVERY time, it is easy and very informative…Great tool
Great product, great shipping – By RK Kliebenstein
Purchased Gamegolf with great excitement only to find out it does not work unless you can devote a USB port to it.
Five Stars – By Peter Eggins
After three rounds, the Game Golf has already been an integral part in improving my game.
Questions & Answers by Customers
How are shots into water hazards, or OB handled?
Very easily, as with everything on Game Golf. During the editing process, you can add penalty strokes to any given shot. When you click the “Add Penalty” button, you can select either “+1” (for hitting into a water hazard) or “+2” (for OB/stroke-and-distance penalty).
Will it work as a GPS while on the course telling the distance to the pin?
No it doesn’t give you any info on the course, and as a result, it’s been approved by the USGA for use during tournament play, as it won’t give you any unfair advantages.
Do you have China golf courses mapped out?
Yes, many courses in China are already mapped and ready to play. Go to http://www.gamegolf.com/ find-a-course and select “China” in the country selector field. You’ll see a full list of all available courses. If your desired course is not ready, you can click the red REQUEST button and the Game Golf team will have the course mapped for you in about a week.
When I am traveling I don’t bring my MacBook, but I bring my iPad. Can I use my iPad to download the data and look at it on the road?
No, you cannot download it to the iPad. It only comes with a USB cable in the box. You connect the device to your computer which is running a small app that retrieves the data from the device and uploads it to the Game Golf servers. Then you can view it via browser or app. The device holds up to 5 rounds.
Does this only work on Apple/iPhone products?
No, you access the info through the site in a web browser so a Windows PC should be fine too.
How do you deal with match play? For example, my opponent chips in to win the hole making it unnecessary for me to finish up?
Since you won’t finish the hole, you just go to the next hole. The GPS will know you have started a new hole.
Do you need a computer to charge the device?
No. The device can charge when plugged into any USB outlet: http://support.gamegolf.com/customer/portal/articles/1446698-how-do-i-charge-the-device – However a computer is needed to download all the data after your round.
Is there a way to use it on the practice tee to see how far you are hitting?
No. Distances are calculated from one tag to the next tag. Since you do not walk or ride to your ball on the practice tee, there is no way to use this in this manner.
Is it water-resistant? Can I play 18 holes with it in the rain?
What tags does this include?
You get 18 tags-a good selection of wedges, irons, woods, etc. You can select a custom club type for any tag. When you set up your golf bag, you can give each a custom name and club type. It even lets you pick the brand of club. Quite flexible.
Many golf apps ignore front 2 tees and women’s handicaps. Does it rely on tee yardages? How does it handle multiple tees?
It measures the total yardage you hit the ball. You mark where you are hitting from on each shot. It works GREAT! I love it
Does this have any advantage over tracking shots with a GPS mobile app like swing by Swing Looper?
Simplicity. Keeps your mind off the phone, and on the golf.
How many rounds can be played before it needs to be downloaded?
When I plugin with it empty it tells me there is space for 9 rounds. After I had one round in it it still said room for 9 rounds so the answer is AT LEAST 9 rounds. After my round today, the battery was only at 90%.
When will support for the droids be available?
Here you go: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.gameyourgame.game
Any problem with the tags staying on the clubs?
The tags are threaded, they have plastic screw tips. I never had any problems