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Get Up To 35% Off Sitewide At Arccos Right Now
Golf brands are constantly innovating to produce impressive new gadgets that can help you reduce your scores on the golf course. One brand breaking the mold by designing some of the best golf gadgets and GPS golf systems in the game is Arccos. The brand's revolutionary Artificial Intelligence technology provides players with real-time data on how they're performing on the golf course. By utilizing these analytics, Arccos are giving more club golfers access to information about their game that typically would have only been available to elite professionals.
Having tested many Arccos golf products over the years, we believe there are a lot of benefits to be had from its excellent line of products. In fact, we regularly use Arccos Caddie Smart Sensors Gen3+ when we're out on the golf course reviewing golf clubs. The Smart Sensors are perhaps the flagship product from the American-based manufacturer, delivering performance insights that'll display all the stats you might need to know about your game in an easy-to-digest dashboard.
For those serious about using data to improve their golf game, we think the shot tracing systems included here can make these sensors a very worthwhile investment, but they'd also make a fantastic gift too, and this Father's Day, there are some excellent discounts through the Arccos website. Below are some of our favorites but also see our Father's Day golf gift guide if you want more ideas.
Arccos Starter Bundle | $100 off at Arccos Golf
Was $349.98 Now $249.98
While the Smoke bundle is currently on sale, you can also nab yourself a hefty discount on the equally impressive Starter Bundle, which also features the GEN 3+ Smart Sensors and Caddie Link but in the classic Arccos black and green colorway.
Arccos Smart Caddie Sensors GEN 3+ | $40 off at Arccos Golf
Was $199.99 Now $159.99
A product that featured in our 2023 Editors Choice Awards, the Smart Caddie GEN 3+ sensors are truly one of the best pieces of golf technology in the game right now. They feature several enhancements on their predecessors and now come with a putter sensor that'll help you track the putts you make on the golf course. They're very easy to use and will autonomously track each shot, delivering insightful data on your golf swing.
Read our full Arccos Smart Caddie Sensors GEN 3+ Review.
Arccos Caddie Link GEN 2 | $55 off at Arccos Golf
Was $174.99 Now $119.99
The Arccos Link is a handy tool you can use to reduce the faff of recording each shot you hit onto your mobile device. Simply clip this ergonomic device to your belt, grab your golf clubs and start swinging! It'll automatically track your shots for you and relay that information into your Caddie App where you can view everything in a neat display that is very easy to read. The Smoke design currently has $55 off whilst the standard version has $30 off at the moment.
Read our full Arccos Caddie Link Review.
Arccos Smart Grips | Up to $50 off at Arccos Golf
Was $249.99 Now $199.99
Arccos teamed up with Golf Pride to produce a set of grips that have built-in smart sensors that'll help you keep track of all the shots you're making out on the golf course. Having tested these grips before, we can vouch that they're a no hassle, easy-to-use shot tracking product. The two models of grip available are MCC Plus4 and the Tour Velvet, with both grips offering slightly different discounts.
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Ed has been playing golf for as long as he can remember and is obsessive about the sport. He is regularly sought after by family members and friends for advice on what equipment to buy and uses his background, having written extensively on golf in the past, to produce equipment orientated content for Golf Monthly.
Having obtained a Masters in Law with Medicine from the University of Liverpool, Ed has recently changed paths into journalism and just last year achieved his NCTJ Sports Journalism Diploma with the Press Association.
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