Which Shot Scope Product Is Right For You? | GOLF GPS WATCH VS RANGEFINDER

In this video, Alex from GolfMagic showcases the top products from Shot Scope and details how each product could help your game. From GPS devices to rangefinders, which one is your favourite? Watch the video to find out more.

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Fri, 23 Apr 2021

Which Shot Scope Product Is Right For You? | GOLF GPS WATCH VS RANGEFINDER

When it comes to golf tech and making your game that little bit easier, Shot Scope has been helping thousands of golfers understand their distances and develop their game for years.

The brand has some fantastic products available for golfers in 2021 and with golf courses now open again in the UK, you might be thinking about adding a new GPS product to your bag.

This year, Shot Scope has three exciting products for you to choose from and after testing each one, we wanted to provide you with a short showcase video so you can get to know their gadgets a little more.



Shot Scope V3

Shot Scope V3 is a stylish and lightweight GPS watch available in 5 colours. The new Power-Sense strap and dual GPS accuracy ensures every shot is recorded automatically while you play. Upload to the mobile app to understand statistics on your game and reduce your handicap. Naturally, V3 comes with all the features of a standard GPS watch, such as green and hazard yardages and 35,000 preloaded courses for your convenience.



Shot Scope G3

Shot Scope G3 is an affordable GPS watch, lightweight and compact in design with a daylight readable colour screen. Using the latest GPS technology, G3 provides highly accurate yardages to greens and hazards, available in yards or metres, allowing you to come up with a strategy for the hole. For complete convenience, G3 comes preloaded with over 35,000 courses worldwide and free firmware updates. G3 is one of the lightest and smallest GPS watches on the market, making G3 easy to use.



Shot Scope Pro L1 Laser

The Shot Scope Pro L1 Golf Laser Rangefinder is one of the lightest lasers available today and is extremely easy to hold in one hand, textured surfaces aid with a solid grip and make it easy to keep the laser nice and steady. It offers a slope mode, which up until this point has only been available on the most expensive lasers. Slope mode is a vital part of learning how to club correctly on uphill and downhill shots as the amount of slope can make huge differences to how far a yardage will actually play. Tour pros will have their caddies map slope differences before a tournament, and make notes on how much difference certain shots will play. This mode is not legal in competitions and is easily turned on and off, with a red indicator light appearing on the laser when it is in competition mode. 

There are two modes on the Shot Scope Pro L1 Golf Laser Rangefinder, scan and flag-finder. The scan mode allows you to scan the horizon and get distances for any hazards that may be lurking in the distance. When in flag-finder mode the laser will actively look for a flag as you scan, helping you to lock in on the target. When it has successfully locked-in, the laser will vibrate giving you confidence building assurance that you haven’t scanned the trees 25 yards over the back of the green. 

With accuracy of 0.1 yard, it is just as accurate as any of the most expensive laser rangefinders on the market and its superb styling gives it a premium look. It also comes with a sporty carry case to keep it protected when not in use.