FlightScope Mevo Launch Monitor has been popular for golfers especially those who are on a budget. It may be small, but do not underestimate what it can do.
The Mevo Monitor has big-time features that a golfer may find expensive to other golf accessories.
So we were so interested and decided to test one to prove our point.
Based on what we've found...
This Mevo Monitor is definitely worth purchasing for training purposes.
Additionally, the Mevo monitor allows golfers to practice either indoors or outdoors. In fact, it can provide various data like club speed, ball speed, smash factor, launch angle, spin rate, carry distance and flight time.
To top it all...
This launch monitor can be synchronized to both iOS and Android smartphones. So, it will give you more convenience of capturing and recording your data.
Continue reading this review and see the latest reviews, a list of pros and cons, and why we think you should buy it now.
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If you're an amateur who wants to improve your golf skills, we would totally recommend the FlightScope Mevo Launch Monitor.
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Fried Eggs Golf Review
[Music] Hayek's is Randy from Friday's golf and welcome to hard-boiled the segment where I sit on an ugly couch and give you my first impression on new golf equipment in the market now today's piece of equipment I'm particularly excited about because I have been waiting for it for a very long time and no it's not platform golf shoes it's actually the new flight scope Evo now for those of you who don't know what the flight scope amiibo is it's actually a pocket-sized launch monitor that works off of Doppler radar technology no it will not tell you the weather but it will tell you all that launch monitor data goodness that we all crave and launch monitors aren't new we've had them around for years but if you wanted accurate data you had to pay for it if you think about it like the GC to the GC quad once you factor in the software you're talking like 10 to $15,000 Trackman forget about it you talking twenty thirty thousand dollars easy now there are some other lower level launch monitors that are pretty accurate but they're still right around that two thousand dollar barrier finally one of these tech companies decided to move in the right direction which is away from $30,000 and flights go price the Mevo at 500 bucks which i think is appropriate considering that most year consumers nowadays will spend four or five hundred dollars on a new driver why wouldn't you spend five hundred bucks on a decent launch monitor system if it gives you accurate data but before I get into the review I do want to give you my first impression of when I open the Mevo up for the first time because when it arrived my first thought was like BAE forgot to ship the rest of it because the box is very it's underwhelming it's not very big and when you open it up I mean the me foe doesn't even fill the Box all the way you can see that I mean it's about the size of a credit card the footprint is now obviously from the side it's a little bit thicker I would say about I don't know - - and after width of a cell phone but it easily would fit into your pocket and when I open it up I was a little worried cuz I was like oh no it's so small and it's just gonna be really cheap and cheesy but this thing has some weight to it it's actually quite heavy good way to sign of reliability snatch but I like the compactness of it because it's all about transport the Mevo is all about being able to take it from one place to another easily you could set this up with the golf course on the driving range and you have to worry about plugging stuff in setting up a bunch of cords or you know worried about it taking up a lot of space in your golf bag it's got a little kickstand leg here on the back of it that ease as you can see so it props itself up nicely in flight scope did it right I think because they cut it down to the absolute minimum that you need it to be so if they could fit all the technology to give me accurate data into this little box we might have a winner here the point of today's video is not only to determine the reliability and the accuracy of the data that comes off the flight scope amiibo but also to see if I can use it in a real-world setting if this is something that I can trust to do reviews going forward because if I don't have to spend five or ten thousand dollars that would be great now for those of you who have experience with launch monitors you know that the software is just as important as the hardware and when I saw the flight scope evil I'm like yeah it's 500 bucks but how much does the software gonna be it's actually one of the coolest parts it runs off of an app on your smartphone and then they connect via bluetooth and that way you can transfer data from the Mevo to your smartphone and it's absolutely free before I get into the testing I do want to say that I handled this review like a true man would meaning I read no manuals I didn't do any research I basically just opened up the Box downloaded the app and was like let's do this the idea was is I wanted to take the Mevo into babak's and test it against the GC 2 which is their backup launch monitor because typically our hitting Bay is just overwhelmed during the winter months and we actually got a nice day it was like sixty degrees outside so I was gonna take the GC two out onto the range which you know I'd rather have tested it against a quad but actually the nice weather worked out my benefit good news is is that the nice weather has made everyone want to go outside and hit balls in the range so my fitting Bay is completely vacant so I have the GC quad so we gonna test the me go against the quad indoors in a controlled setting I'm gonna use a Bridgestone ball for every single shot that I hit that is the Bridgestone Tour BX ball now keep in mind since we are hitting indoors we do have to use the dot system so each one of these me bows comes with a couple sheets of dots that you have to put on the golf ball put it on the tee and face it in the opposite direction of the move so in the direction that you're hitting that way when you hit the ball that dot spins and then it detects on the Mevo and then spits back spin rate so we're gonna test it right now I'm gonna hit ten shots with the driver ten shots with a 7-iron and ten shots with my wedge reverse that order and we're gonna see how it performs you have a five hundred dollar unit against a fifteen thousand dollar unit okay real quickly before we get started I want to show you how I set the Mevo up now you do need to have it directly behind the hitting area at least four feet back this right now is five feet back you set that up in the app to tell it exactly how far you have it away that way it gives you a more accurate readout so another thing that I thought was really cool if I can angle it right and get it in focus you see how that sight and that little pin up there at the front use that like the sight of a gun and you sight that up to look right down the barrel right at the the hitting area right at the ball now that's important because if you don't have that aimed in the right direction it will give you an accurate data I'm gonna recalibrate this before I hit so this isn't actually set up to where I'm going to hit from but you want to make sure that that's pointed exactly where the ball will be taking off from [Music] and each night with another file [Music] side or in opposition take the city tonight all right we're back on the ugly couch and before we get into the data which there is a lot of data I do want to revisit how I said I wanted to see how intuitive the Mevo was as far as opening up the app turning on the Mevo and what am see if it worked I just want to let you know a few of the snags that I had that you may need to be aware of before you start collecting data one it is important on the top of the middle there where I showed you in the video you do need to sign up the golf ball with your target with that little I don't know gun sight that was weird second thing you do need to select the club that you are testing because I thought that was just for labeling like just for your convenience but I soon found out that you do actually have to have the driver selected if you're hitting driver whatever iron you're hitting if you're hitting irons and whatever wedge you're hitting if you're hitting wedges and the reason being is because the Mevo is very small that small footprint so it kind of predetermined shot window so for drivers is much lower than if you're hitting irons then if you're hitting wedges and if you don't pre select what Club you're hitting most likely it's going to miss the shot I had to read the manual I'm sorry here's my man card I also want to mention that I forgot to DOT my golf clubs for the GC quad so I did not capture club head speed but I got everything else now please keep in mind that we are capturing the exact same shot so these are hit at the exact same time we're not dependent on oh I hit this shot I need to duplicate that to get the results these were running simultaneously so each shot that you see was directly represented from one unit to the other to conserve as much time as humanly possible in this video I'm just gonna post the individual graphics for each monitor that way if you want to come back and examine the data and for the detail please feel free keep in mind that the columns are arranged differently in each set of data so make sure you read the headlines there but I'm just gonna talk about the averages okay so now when we take those averages and we put them right beside each other you can see that we are not far off here average ball speed on the quad is 155 point 6 average ball speed on the Mevo 150 7.1 launch angle on the quad is 13.5 I've launched angle on the Mevo at 12.7 average backspin on the quad 2692 average backspin on the Mevo 23:51 average peak height for the quad is 38 yards average peak height for the Mevo 37.2 last we have average carry yards on the quad you're at 268 average carry yards on the Mevo 260 7.4 once again almost spot-on I was not expecting this at all alright moving on we're gonna go into the irons now once again here is the iron data for each set of monitors please feel free to pause it if you want to examine it further but we're just gonna go into the averages taking a look at the averages side by side we're not seeing a night-and-day difference here ball speed were within a mile an hour launch angle were within two degrees backspin were 50 rpms off when you talk about 6,000 rpms that's not a huge error there and carry distance is probably the most drastic here for some reason the Mevo red iron shots seemingly to go a little bit farther for whatever reason you guys like I said can dissect the data and see if you can find the anomaly alright last the sand wedge data for each monitor like I said feel free to pause it but we're just gonna go into the averages for this last head-to-head matchup we're looking pretty good that average ball speed is within a mile an hour average launch angle is within a degree average backspin is about 700 RPMs off and I think I know why if you take a look back at shot six on the Mevo the spin rate is way low for a full swing sand wedge for me so I think it might have missed the spin right on there and that's why the spin rate so low and if you take a look at the average carry distance we're almost spot-on there with a point three yards difference I can't say conclusively but hitting 30 shots one right after another and the Mevo keeping right up with the GC quad no the numbers weren't identical but they were close and when you're talking about fourteen and a half thousand dollars difference between the two price-wise I think me veau gives you your money's worth alright the next part of the video I did not plan on doing I didn't think that I would get two nice days in a row but I did so let's go to the course alright so I am out here Riverbend golf course i overestimated the nicest of the weather it is freezing cold outside but the good news is is that I'm only wetting her sweater which is consistent to what I wore in the inside testing so there shouldn't be any and he mix up in the data there but I did bring the driver with me the the wedge the 7-iron we're going to test them out here on the course get real-world numbers and compare the spin rates launch angle ball speed to see if it's similar to what we saw indoors so I'm going to set them Evo up here play a couple holes and hopefully give you guys some interesting data [Music] welcome to all right so one last test before we head back to the ugly couch the meal has a setting for pitching under 20 yards so I set up a little short game area here it's 19 yards of the flagstick I'm gonna hit a couple shots here record some data and after this I'll see you back at the ugly couch [Music] all right so I'm back on the ugly couch for the final time I'm gonna do a head-to-head between the Mevo indoor and outdoor numbers so let's just jump right into it so the top ones they're the average outdoor numbers you have to 70.8 carry distance we're on the indoor number 267 point for average Club speed you got 105.1 and 107.11 ball speed average 150 7.2 and 150 7.1 average spin rate 24 80 and 23:51 average launch angle is at 16 point one and twelve point seven average height at 47 point four and thirty-seven point two numbers still look good I mean you gotta take into consideration that I'm giving you completely new data entry here so my consistency or lack thereof and my swing is gonna skew the numbers I think more than the unit itself but let's go ahead and take a look at the numbers on the outdoor 7-iron shots I do want to point out that if you look under shot name it starts at shot two the reason you don't see shot one is because I forgot to as I mentioned before select the 7-iron I was still on the driver setting so it completely missed the spin rate so I reset it back to the 7-iron setting and we're good to go let me take a look at those numbers side by side against the indoor numbers we are once again not far off you're talking about less than three yards and carry distance difference club head speed is almost spot-on ball speed is almost spot-on but look at that spin rate that's 14 rpm difference on an average of three shots average launch angle within point three degrees average height you within half a yard we're getting close I promise so let's take a look at the sand wedge shots outdoors all right as we stack the data you can see some discrepancies on the first shot here that carried 125 point two I bladed that the second shot that carried 104.1 I hit that a little fat and then the third shot that I hit at 108 point six that was a normal sand wedge shot so when we take that into consideration that last shot there was probably a more accurate representation of how I hit the shots indoors considering Matt's whether you want to admit it or not they helped us hit wedges and iron more consistently where when you're out in mushy grass if you catch one a little heavy it's gonna be real heavy now before I praise the Mevo too much I do want to go over what I saw in the pitch setting which are shots under 20 yards so I'm gonna go ahead and go over that data with you now I did use my lob wedge I was 19 yards away from the target as I stated in the video my average carry distance was at 17 point for my average ball speed was at twenty nine point three average spin rate was at 68 70 I think not typically on a shot like that 4400 rpms of spin would probably be a more accurate average something went wrong there it didn't capture the spin correctly I actually hit more shots that I didn't show in the video and I just couldn't get it to read and even close to appropriate number whoo okay so final thoughts and conclusion on the flight scope Mevo if you couldn't tell from me drooling on my data I was impressed by it I mean when you think about the size of it and the cost of it I mean yeah there were some inaccuracies but for 500 bucks this is a great launch monitor it's lightweight it's portable the battery lasts forever it's durable it's small you can set it up with ease it's intuitive the app works great I just I don't have a lot to nitpick about the Mevo considering the price I mean are there things wrong with it absolutely are there things that I wish they would have changed or will change in the future absolutely and I'll go over those in just a second but overall I think it's a winner now some of the drawbacks of the flight scope evil and I think are important is if this is something that you plan to take with you to the range I don't think it's gonna do what you needed to do for one thing you really need to dot each golf ball with those little aluminum circles if you're gonna get accurate spin right numbers and I just don't see people dotting range balls and just hitting them out there and never being able to get them back and plus you might piss off the range because they're gonna be washing those balls that's probably gonna clog up their machine because all those stickers floating around in there another thing I don't like about it is how dependent it is on the positioning behind the ball when you have to have it down to the inch how far it is away and you have to have it site lined in I mean maybe it doesn't have to be perfect but I'm anal retentive it's like if I'm 6 foot 1 inches away I want to make sure I put 6 foot 1 inches away into the app there when I'm out in the course and I'm playing around maybe there's some people behind me but I want to capture some data it's like I want to be laying on the ground you know siting up my ball to make sure this thing is set up properly I didn't like the way you had to select what club you were hitting in order for it to capture the shot so if you want from your driver your sand wedge it was probably gonna miss it because it was looking in a totally different area for the ball to travel through I just thought that that was an inconvenience and I mean that's nitpicking all right so that wraps it up hopefully you guys enjoyed this episode of hard-boiled I'm sorry that it was so packed with data but I didn't really see any way around that so hopefully you enjoyed the content please thumbs up the video subscribe to the channel and I will see you guys next time [Music]
National Club Golfer
[Music] you I bet welcome to the golf shop Darren Martin golf club in Leeds a little bit of launch monitor testing for today we got the brand-new vivo launch motor from flight scope but whether I put it up computed there you go yet as the launch monitor as well size of a packet of cigarettes so there it is the flight scope me though is definitely probably the smallest launch monitor that I've ever seen how does it work what's the technology and what sort of information is it going to give you well it uses radar technology similar to what the main flight scope model will use but it doesn't actually track the ball all the way through it it's fly it just uses radar technology for about like the first 10 feet of the balls flight and then uses that data to calculate and the entire shot so it's giving you your carry distances you your club speed your ball speed you the launch high air time yeah so it's a load of you know loads of information which from something so small let's see this fitting in your pocket I think that's really impressive so I would say that this is more of a consumer product than like your trap man's or your GC 2 s which are more for your teaching pros costing in excess of ten thousand pounds this cost five hundred and fifty pounds so what flights go to saying is that they do see it as a consumer product for people to if they want to work on their game and get you know good ideas about their gapping and their numbers and things like that but they do expect that some features might want to use it as well because one of the coolest features about this launch monitor is it's actually got sort of integrated video within within the app so you sync this to your phone you open up the app and you can actually film a swing so you record that swing but then you'll also get the numbers you know the launch monitor and almost coming up on the screen there as well so if you if you hit like a bad shot and even not happy with your numbers you can go back you can look at that look at that swing and you know or a coach can identify symptoms where you might be going wrong so all sounds really good like I say very light the way anything at all fits in your pocket how does it work and how are we going to test it well we're going to set it up here in the shack we're actually going to set up the trap man as well there's going to be no issues of setting these up side by side you actually do need to put this a little bit nearer to the target than you would do with trap man about 4 to 5 feet with this with trap management at 8 to 11 feet so it's for optimum but we can set this up side by side this isn't going to get in the fat man's way and obviously there's gonna be a clear path between between this and the also hit some 7-iron shots with this both set up at the same time and compare the numbers then we're going to hit some drivers and again just leave them both set up and then look at the numbers afterwards to see what sort of discrepancies there are if any with things like the carry or the ball speed that sort of thing so we're going to get set up hit some shots we'll come back to the results shortly [Music] okay so I've just hit hit ten shots there first of all I hit five shots with a ping Jie 407 iron and then I hit five shots with my ping g400 driver okay both launch monitor setup at exactly the same time so it's the same testing conditions for each shot I've got all the trap man beta there and I've got all these flight scope Mevo data on my phone here through the app have to say that when I was taking the 7 irons first I was incredibly impressed with how close the carry numbers were together so I'm just going to go through these for you one at a time 79 numbers fair so first shot trap man says carry one five two flights getting near says one five two second shot trap man one five five five scope one five four third shots at nine one five four five scope one five three four shot trap man says one five one flight scope says one five oh and then the fifth shots at man says one five oh and flight scope says one four six so in terms of carry they're pretty much bang on there wasn't it was barely a shot there that wasn't accurate or the same within one yard so that's to me that tells me that the meter is doing a really good job for for getting carrying numbers if you want to work on things like gapping I think that's all just to notice how far clubs hit if you want to test them out and see what carry numbers you're going to get for the seven iron I think that was absolutely fantastic there's more discrepancies with things like the club speed now the club speed with the flights get me was telling me on average that I was swinging it about 4 or 5 miles an hour faster then I actually am I've got 87 88 89 miles an hour we're here about 83 83 80 84 so the called data and there's a bit of discrepancy there but I'd like I said don't think you're going to using trap mana so in the same way they'd be using that the flight scope in terms of measuring Club data you know for things like you know with lessons I think trap man's the way forward for that sort of thing but things like gapping carry numbers odd thing that's a fantastic performance there from the flight scope me me talking 500 pounds talking in excess of 10,000 pounds for that so that's absolutely fantastic I think so let's move on to the driver numbers then now what I've found in the past with these more like portable launch monitors is that they are very generous when it comes to things driver driver distance and I've definitely found that today and I've done enough hitting on trap man to know that trap man doesn't get it too far wrong what I went when I'm hitting driver it knows and I've hit a bad shot and the data comes up accordingly so let's just go through the carry numbers here then track man says 209 right scope says to 20 so straightaway we got ten yards discrepancy there next shot Carrie won 9-8 really bad shot I was a belt a bit of a Miss flight scope those two three two so there's over 30 yards different there in that shot a few decent ones towards the end Fatman two to one flight scope 2 to 9 9 to 20 flight scope 2 to 9 and then the last shot I hit which was the best shot I hit trap man said carry two three six total to 50 flights coke said that my carry was 243 yards so on average there's a good ten yards difference in carry so if you if you want to feel good about yourself that the flight scope is pretty good because it's told me there that I've basically carried every single shot over 230 yards was trap man's there Tommy might have hit a couple there well one one nine eight carrying one to ten so it's in my opinion trap man is is picking up more data so it's kind of analyzing my bad shots and a little bit more of an accurate way whereas the flight scope Meebo just gets that sort of first few yards and it picks up some ball speed but if I haven't quite got the spin right and like trap man has there those bad shots there spinning over 4000 degrees it knows that that ball is not going to carry 235 yards so I think what we've seen there is a fantastic performance there on the 7-iron but when we come to the driver were just seeing a little bit a little bit more discrepancy so I'm not surprised to see that at all actually because I do think that that's pin number particularly the driver that is what hurts me and so in the distance and if that flight scope is not picking up that spin number quite as accurate as trap managed then that's where I getting those discrepancies but you know 500 quid I think it's a great piece of kit and you know it integrates really well with that app you can get some loads of good data on there he can have some fun with it filming your swings in the OC and you pick one you know 250 or whatever then you can send that video you know to a friend or someone I like share on social so it's there's a real load of positive points about this this flights can obviously the size the weight and then the cost it's all other things so hope you enjoyed that hope you found it interesting you've got any more questions about the flight scope me though you know please please post them below and we'll get back to as soon as we can it's definitely a thumbs up in some areas and you know a few question marks in others but all in all for 550 pounds I think it's a great little product so I hope you enjoy that video and we'll see you again soon okay so hope you've enjoyed those videos these videos are shot down at Morrilton Golf Club it's a beautiful 27 hole golf course here in Yorkshire you want to come and join us in the shack come down we can do lessons we can do a custom fitting we've also got a lovely shop here personal shop with lots of quality stock if you can't get here have a look on our website JW golf coat UK lots of stock available on there or if you've got any questions you want to just drop me an email my email address is James @ JW golf coat at UK [Music]
everybody career from parta Pro we're here with our favorite tester Elle we're going to show you how the flight scope meebo we got it unboxed here we've already got it charged up and ready to go we've downloaded our app on the iPad we actually schools put it on your iPhone butt or your Android phone but we were able to get it on our tablet or our iPad I should say by choosing it as a iPhone app in the App Store so anyway that's just a quick little tip so it is a Bluetooth device so just make sure that your iPad is turned on so we've got our iPad all hooked up here and we're just going to turn this on there and we've already logged in so it's going to save our credential there and it's just checking out on so you do have to be online for us for it to check it checking checking just taking it forever there we go alright so it's you can see that it's already logged in and it's got some other stuff that we've done for our testing so good start so the way we're going to connect it is that we just press the disconnected button at the top right and then now it's connecting to the Mevo nivo is flashing blue the saying that it's charged and then the green light saying that it's getting a connection and there we go it is now connected on the unit so we're just going to hit start that'll take us into our app and you can see my camera in the video so we're doing we've got on video but you can also change the different modes this is the video of the last shot this is going to be our stats all the different shots that we took and you can see it in a data view and you can go into the settings we've got an indoor mode but it has a chipping and outdoor mode and then all of the different settings to get you in the right space like altitude what's going on with the data where to record your video from you can even actually change the camera if you want it on the front to the back of the iPad change the recording delay all sorts of good stuff in there so text-to-speech rate or notifications most important they said make sure that you've got the latest firmware rs 1.6 there so that's the latest version according to what I have and at any point just get out of that with the X and we can go up now we're going to place the unit and Al's got in his hand also the manual and the stickers so the thicker zargo on the ball it's a silver sticker that just goes on the ball just like so and then the manual tells you what all those different lights mean on the unit and how to turn it on really it's very simple there's a button on the one side and just right where the cable is as well or cable connection or hang on let's see this can get a focus area if there we go focus for half second alright so that the USB connector and he's just going to put it down so we've got a measuring tape we are out four feet from the unit to the ball and we've marked our ball location with a little rubber chicken there and we've got it all set so I'll you can take the measuring tape away hit one shot just to show everybody how working and then we've got a three part video to show you all the different shots and a different club so we've got a sand wedge an 8-iron and Driver and different shots so I'll have the Mel sticker on the ball there I'm going to pace it away from the Evo yeah it faces towards the screen there and it picked up one of your movements there and thought it was a shot so bhishan there you go so you'll hear a little noise that I picked it up saves the video and that's it you can change the data display of what you want all of everything you see on screen is a direct measurement except for a smashing carry which are obviously calculations so it's nice to have that information in a little package for for 500 bucks and that is the flight goat Nebo getting it set up and again if you want to put it on a projector like we have you just need a way to get it from your from your iPad or your iPhone to your projector which could be airplay to an Apple TV or a lightning to HDMI adapter so that's it the place to go vivo for more information you can always visit us at
Game Like Training
hey guys again here at the PGA Show 2019 we got Tyler here from flight scope he's going to be showing us how to use the new flight scope me vote you haven't seen anything about it definitely gonna want to check it out and go to your guys's website you can also be used to stuff on our website we've got some blogs and content where it's not it ultimately we're just here to learn more about the product so Tyler's going to take us through some of the bases see the connection coming through so you have all your sessions here that you can see so if you have past sessions you can of course name less you can do that exactly go back in here review all these sessions so we'll go into and start the session gee Elsa start the session here so it'll bring you in on the video here whenever it says ready that means you're ready to hit so we'll go ahead and do a video here you do have to select okay whenever you're ready quadrant 3.0 hold on this so the cool thing about the app too is that is automatically records and clicks it so you saw that it just went back there live there right so you can basically have the phone just sitting in your golf bag all along with the data over after that one 140 go into here so this is your victory and all the data there so we're gonna ball speed your club head speed just smash factor carry distance a vertical launch spin rate and then height in time vice is in range if by any chance it's not it's struggling to connect a little bit you click that that's going to bring up an Evo serial number you know exactly which one you do right yeah captured so this is the thing that I want to show you so capture mode when I go to data and I come back in it's only gonna show me the data right on it speaks to you so you can literally just put the phone down there and just how about everybody what's the pitching one so you have the stitching indoor-outdoor this is when you have like 20 yards or last ball flights you can capture like shorts Hitler yeah yard show yeah and it gives all speed smash tractor feed smashed I knew that could chicken spinach is awesome and price point is $4.99 right yes so the first ever real personal horrible from one day from an area from one of the leaders in the industry for less than 500 bucks pretty pretty sweet cool a my questions good I'm good
The FlightScope Mevo Launch Monitor gives every golfer the ability to improve their game. It is a technology that provides distinct data parameters. It can also capture action video for athletes and practice with a purpose.
"With today's fast-paced setting, we all have to catch up at some point. If you don't, you'll surely be left behind."
So don't be afraid to use the technology to your advantage, and improve your golf skills.
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