2017 18 Days of Golf, Gift 8: Arccos Driver
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2017 18 Days of Golf, Gift 8: Arccos Driver


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For Gift 8 of the 2017 18 Days of Golf, we're helping you track your game performance so you can lower your scores in 2018.

You've likely heard of golf game-performance tracking products, and you're probably interested in seeing what they can do for your game. However, before you're ready to commit to purchasing and using a full-out system, you just wished there was an entry-level product you could use to get your feet wet. Well, Arccos Golf thought of that, and they came out with Arccos Driver.



As the name implies, Arccos Driver is specifically for your 1-wood. It's a single sensor, which pairs to your phone through Bluetooth, and it screws in the butt-end of the grip on your driver. Using the Arccos app, you start a round of golf, and the sensor automatically tracks your driver swings, mapping your distance and performance using your phone's GPS capabilities. Then you get all kinds of great data about how well you hit driver, including strokes gained, your tendencies, fairways hit, etc. You can then share that data with friends and have all kinds of social contests with each other.

It's a fun way to get into game-performance tracking at a good price of $50.

We're giving away an Arccos Driver through our Twitter account! All you have to do to enter is follow @GolfNewsNet on Twitter and retweet our Arccos Driver contest tweet before 12/28 at 1 p.m. Eastern. Good luck!


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