There are a slew of golf tracking systems on the market right now, but the one that interests me the most is the Game Golf Digital Tracking system.
Game Golf consists of a sensor that attaches to the end of each club, and a receiver that you clip to the belt. Before each shot, you tap the sensor to the receiver, and then take your shot. The receiver records data for your perusal on a smart phone or other device.
The device records data such as club distances, fairway accuracy, GIR, and scrambling percentages as well as your average score and putts per hole. After a round, you can review your performance visually on your computing device.
While there are plenty of smart phone apps and even paper solutions to record the same data, what attracts me to this is that it doesn’t require a lot of effort. All you’d need to do is to integrate one tap into your pre shot routine.