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8 Reviews for AI-Powered GPS Rangefinder

  1. Art

    Just played my first round with this and I was shocked how unobtrusive it is to use. Only shots I had to add were a couple duffs. I also have an Apple Watch which really adds to the ease of use. One small thing I noticed is putt counts definitely need to be watched for accuracy, I had a couple times were it registered a shot when I used my putter to pick the ball up. I almost found it bizarre to not be counting score but at the same time it puts it out of mind and just enjoyed the round. The stat tracking is very impressive even after just one round. Really looking forward to the full experience when the caddy function kicks in after a couple rounds. I was a little concerned with having to have my phone in my pocket but I really didn’t notice it at all, also from what I understand I won’t need to do that after a couple rounds my Apple watch will take over. I really can not recommend this enough, very impressive!Update: After a full season of use I still cannot recommend it enough, as mentioned you do have to double check your score after each hole. It won’t register a new shot if you are within 10 yards of your last shot, so if you duff the shot it may not register your next swing. Beyond that it’s been awesome, only thing better is the customer service. I’ve had to map a course and correct a couple mapping issues and all were taken care of in days. I have one sensor that went bad (driver, my hunch is the length of the club and it hitting the bottom of my bag) they replaced it no questions asked and fast. Only thing I wish I could do is combine 9 hole scores but that’s minor. If you are looking for range finder and stat tracker there is no better choice then this. Buy it!!!

  2. James Roberts

    Sensors are very simple to fit and do not get in the way at all on the clubs. Paring was very easy to set the system up. Have been using this for a good three months now (about 40 rounds) and the data is excellent. I now know how far I actually hit every club, rather than what I used to think I hit them. This alone is taking shots off my round. (Handicap is down by 3 shots already.) The caddie (for social golf only!) feature is excellent, giving options on the length of the next shot, dependant on conditions, and the best club to take. The GPS is more accurate than any other I’ve used, especially on shorter shots. I’m very impressed in the fact that, in the app, you can place the flag where it actually is on the green for every hole, and not just have to rely on front, middle, back yardages. Some might not like it but, having to have my phone in my front pocket during a round hasn’t really been an issue. The system does miss the occasional shot, but that’s easily corrected. It’s usually when you’ve absolutely flushed one, seems to have no problem picking up my bad shots! There is a belt attachment available that supposedly solves the phone issue, but another £89 for that is way too expensive IMO. The data sets produced are very informative, once you understand how to interpret them properly. Some more instruction in the website about that would be useful though.

  3. Jordan Cowe

    So I know some people have had issues, here is my story. I have been using Golf pad app and there tags. Used them for the last 8 years no issues at all loved the app. I would say the last 6 or 7 rounds I was having issues tagging my irons almost every other shot would register. And I don’t have time to be fooling around with trying to tap my club to my phone while playing in a foursome. This lead me to Arccos. I don’t mind my phone being in my pocket because I have doing that anyways, and now not having to tap would be even better.Setting up was easy followed directions and each tag was identified and ready to go, took about 15 minutes. Downloaded the course I was going to play and was ready to go. Got to the course phone was in my left pocket(RH Golfer) took out driver and hit my tee shot took out my phone and it says Driver added. So far so good. Long story short it did this for every club. It was NEVER off and always had the right club. Same with putting. Walked up set up and putt…,no issues. The ONLY thing that changed for me is I had to tell my friends don’t knock the ball back to me on a “gimme”. I wanted to put everything out so it can record all the shots. The fact that I didn’t have to “tag” my club was a game changer for me. It picked up all my shots and putts. HIGHLY RECOMMEND. Oh as far as phone battery i have a Note 20 Ultra started the round with 100% and ended it with 63% battery . I also used my Samsung Galaxy watch 3 and it ended with 55% battery. All in all a GREAT app and very happy with my purchase.! Feel free to ask questions!

  4. JonB

    First up, I really love the arccos system. It makes keeping track of rounds pretty easy. I do recommend checking things after each hole just because it does occasionally miss a shot or read an extra one but it’s easy to edit and the value you get from the information is amazing when it comes to improving your game. It makes it easy to see you scores and where you things went wrong in a round. The strokes gained analysis is great for putting things in perspective too. If you are using your phone I recommend putting the phone microphone up in the pocket of your lead side. This really improves accuracy, I have effectively no misses now that I’ve started doing that.The downside of the screw in sensors in particular is they down have a tendency to get unscrewed/pulled out as you put clubs in and out of your bag. This is less of a problem on some grips, it’s a huge problem on the jumbo max ultralights to the point where I’ve thinking I’ll have to epoxy them on or something.If you use grips where you can use the embedded sensors I recommend doing that instead. Arccos sells their own and jumbomax make grips that can have them installed. They’re much more secure and you don’t have they extra nub on all your clubs. Only downside is obviously you can’t swap them easily like you can with the screw on ones and new clubs have to always be regripped or you can use a screw on one.

  5. ramsin essapour

    The product is good at tracking shots and club selection. I found it difficult to adjust to correct club selections, often does not pick up clubs, especially putter. Use of the clip device is no more accurate that a cell phone. Have found at times, that it will pick up the wrong golf course if not checked regularly during the round. Give this product a B for purchase and use.

  6. Sara H.

    I installed the sensors in my clubs and down loaded the app which was easy do to. There aren’t any instructions as what to do after that. I did go on YouTube university to learn how to use the product and there are a lot of videos as to how to use it on the course. I was tying to understand how to use it before I went to the course but did not have much success there so I just decided to go to the course and give it a run.I down loaded my course and clicked on start the round. the GUI was good as well as other data it provided, wind, temperature, etc. However,I did not know what if anything else I should do after that. I took a 3 wood out and used it do drive with. Hit my shot went to the ball pulled out the app and it really did not tell me much at the ball. Hit my second shot on the green two put out and once I was finished looked at the app. I had my score at a bogie. Not sure why.So I stoped looking at the app and it was advancing to the next hole without me doing anything. One thing I noticed after playing a few holes and looking back at the holes I played there were a lot of errors. It had the wrong clubs, wrong distances, several spots where I supposedly hit from and i did not. I also noticed if you are carrying more than one club i.e. you grab a few clubs to go hit your ball while your partner goes to his it confuses the app. You cannot take more than one club out the bag. You can’t take practice swings then change your club because it confuse the app. The shot diagram it captures after you look back with having multiple clubs out your bag and your practice swings sucks.This was my experience after the first round. I’m going to play a few more rounds and if this continues I will be returning the sensors. At this point I would not recommend. I will revise my review should my experience change after more rounds.

  7. JonB

    I have to admit I was skeptical when I purchased this, they promised a lot! But I have used it now for about eight rounds of golf and there’s really nothing like it! There’s nothing that gives you completely accurate club distances from real course data it tracks your every shot automatically without you having to do anything just link it to your phone at the beginning of the round and that’s it… go through at the end of the round and double check each hole make sure that it counted all your putts because that’s really the only issue that I’ve run into. It’s tracked every shot though I have hit on the golf course it will automatically adjust if you’re hitting out of a bunker or hitting out of the rough the best part is it takes all of this data and breaks it down into very easy to understand metrics that allow you to see the things you’re doing well and also see the things that you can work on to start lowering your scores.. that is truly the best part and makes it unique.. I hope this helps

  8. Jordan Cowe

    So I know some people have had issues, here is my story. I have been using Golf pad app and there tags. Used them for the last 8 years no issues at all loved the app. I would say the last 6 or 7 rounds I was having issues tagging my irons almost every other shot would register. And I don’t have time to be fooling around with trying to tap my club to my phone while playing in a foursome. This lead me to Arccos. I don’t mind my phone being in my pocket because I have doing that anyways, and now not having to tap would be even better.Setting up was easy followed directions and each tag was identified and ready to go, took about 15 minutes. Downloaded the course I was going to play and was ready to go. Got to the course phone was in my left pocket(RH Golfer) took out driver and hit my tee shot took out my phone and it says Driver added. So far so good. Long story short it did this for every club. It was NEVER off and always had the right club. Same with putting. Walked up set up and putt…,no issues. The ONLY thing that changed for me is I had to tell my friends don’t knock the ball back to me on a “gimme”. I wanted to put everything out so it can record all the shots. The fact that I didn’t have to “tag” my club was a game changer for me. It picked up all my shots and putts. HIGHLY RECOMMEND. Oh as far as phone battery i have a Note 20 Ultra started the round with 100% and ended it with 63% battery . I also used my Samsung Galaxy watch 3 and it ended with 55% battery. All in all a GREAT app and very happy with my purchase.! Feel free to ask questions!

  9. Alyssa C.

    I liked the idea of the sensors being able to gauge your distance for each club. However I found I would lose connection easily and have manually enter my score while on the course. Major inconvenience. I used it for about 4 rounds and each round I had an issue. Overall great idea but it seems technology and service are not quite there yet for the cost.

  10. Lee SA

    Awesome device! Having so much fun with this on my golf outings. Makes for a great gift!

  11. Cheyenne H.

    Setting up the app and pairing my clubs with the sensors was relatively easy, only problem was when I needed to unpair and reassign one sensor- found solution on Arccos website. Due to lock down only used them once, but it was a very good experience. My club has introduced some temporary greens and on enquiry with Arccos they quickly set up a “temp” course. The data and analysis available, even with only one round, is very useful.

  12. Paul Webb

    Pairing the sensors with the app proved a bit hit and miss some paired immediately others not, got there eventually but it took a few frustrating attempts.Early days with the app on the course but it seems ok, missed a couple of strokes but that could be down to me. Stats appear OK but obviously after only a couple of rounds there is not much info for it to go on. On course yardages pretty accurate.Seems promising enough to keep using.

  13. Eric

    I have now used Arccos for 5 rounds and I’m so pleased with how the product works. It is really simple to use and the information you get back is essential to becoming a better golfer. The caddy tool is so helpful and will help any golfer get the club selection spot on. I’m really looking forward to using it for more rounds and getting even better feedback and areas I know I will need to improve.

  14. Sara H.

    I installed the sensors in my clubs and down loaded the app which was easy do to. There aren’t any instructions as what to do after that. I did go on YouTube university to learn how to use the product and there are a lot of videos as to how to use it on the course. I was tying to understand how to use it before I went to the course but did not have much success there so I just decided to go to the course and give it a run.I down loaded my course and clicked on start the round. the GUI was good as well as other data it provided, wind, temperature, etc. However,I did not know what if anything else I should do after that. I took a 3 wood out and used it do drive with. Hit my shot went to the ball pulled out the app and it really did not tell me much at the ball. Hit my second shot on the green two put out and once I was finished looked at the app. I had my score at a bogie. Not sure why.So I stoped looking at the app and it was advancing to the next hole without me doing anything. One thing I noticed after playing a few holes and looking back at the holes I played there were a lot of errors. It had the wrong clubs, wrong distances, several spots where I supposedly hit from and i did not. I also noticed if you are carrying more than one club i.e. you grab a few clubs to go hit your ball while your partner goes to his it confuses the app. You cannot take more than one club out the bag. You can’t take practice swings then change your club because it confuse the app. The shot diagram it captures after you look back with having multiple clubs out your bag and your practice swings sucks.This was my experience after the first round. I’m going to play a few more rounds and if this continues I will be returning the sensors. At this point I would not recommend. I will revise my review should my experience change after more rounds.

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AI-Powered GPS Rangefinder

Arccos Caddie enhances golf performance with precision and guidance.

Highlights
AI GPS Rangefinder: Win awards. Track shots. Get personalized advice.
Pros

- Accurate measurements
- Hands-free operation

Cons

- Expensive
- Requires charging

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$163.99

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// DESCRIPTION

Arccos Caddie is a performance tracking system designed for golfers who want to take their game to the next level. The system has won four Golf Digest Editor’s Choice Awards for “Best Game Analyzer,” making it a top choice for golfers worldwide.

The Arccos Caddie system includes 14 sensors, one for each club in your bag, and provides access to the Arccos Caddie app, which is known as golf’s Smartest Caddie. With automatic shot tracking and hands-free fully automatic data capture, golfers can focus on their game while Arccos Caddie does the rest.

The GPS Rangefinder is powered by A.I. and adjusts in real-time for wind, elevation, temperature, humidity, and altitude to provide the most precise yardage in the game, known as the Arccos Caddie Number. This means golfers can trust that their distances are accurate and make confident decisions on the course.

Personalized Caddie Advice uses A.I. to provide optimal strategy, taking into account factors such as the player’s skill level, previous shot history, and course conditions. This feature helps golfers make smarter decisions and improve their overall game. Smart Distance Club Averages is another standout feature of the Arccos Caddie system. This feature helps golfers understand how far they hit each club, allowing them to make more informed decisions on the course.

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// FEATURES

  • Four-time award-winning game analyzer
  • Fully automatic shot tracking
  • A.I. powered GPS rangefinder
  • Personalized caddie advice
  • Smart distance club averages
  • Strokes gained analytics
  • Includes smart sensors and app membership
  • // SPECS

    Item Package Dimensions L x W x H‎10.24 x 9.88 x 1.97 inches
    Package Weight‎0.33 Kilograms
    Brand NameArccos Golf
    Warranty Description‎Arccos Sensors are fully guaranteed for 2 years from date of purchase.
    Model Name‎Arccos Caddie Smart Sensors
    ColorBlack & Green
    MaterialPlastic
    Suggested Usersunisex-adult
    Number of Items‎1
    ManufacturerArccos Golf
    Part Number80010
    Style3rd Generation
    Included Components‎14 Arccos Caddie Smart Sensors & Quick Start Guide
    SizeLarge
    Sport TypeGolf
    AI-Powered GPS Rangefinder
    released on January 29, 2020

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