For Gift 7 of the 2017 18 Days of Golf, we’re helping you track your game performance so you can lower your scores in 2018.
You have probably heard of technologies like Arccos Golf, Game Golf and Shot Scope, all which use some combination of technology with sensors in the butt-end of your clubs and a device you wear on your belt or wrist, or with a mobile app. Golfers like these products, but they often complain they’re too expensive to jump into, or that the apps drain too much of their battery for their comfort.
So, why not try Golf Sticky Stats?
Golf Sticky Stats are pieces of paper with adhesive on the back — like a Post-It note — you can attach to your scorecard. While you play, you can use pencil to paper to track fairways hit, greens in regulation, putts, up-and-downs, penalties and other notes. Then you can take that data and either remember it, create a spreadsheet for it or memorialize it some other way to keep a history of your round.
We’re giving away a year’s supply of Golf Sticky Stats pads through our Twitter account! All you have to do to enter is follow @GolfNewsNet on Twitter and retweet our Golf Sticky Stats contest tweet before 12/24 at noon Eastern. Good luck!