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TaylorMade Golf Announces New myRoundPro App

12.22pm 29th August 2017 - New Products - This story was updated on Tuesday, August 29th, 2017

TaylorMade Golf Company has announced that its myRoundPro mobile application is now available for both IOS and Android in the U.S., Canada, U.K. and Australian markets.

The app, free in both stores, allows users to utilise myRoundPro, TaylorMade’s unprecedented statistical analysis experience designed to help all golfers better understand, adapt and improve their game with an immersive and easy-to-use mobile experience.

Track Your Rounds

myRoundPro is a standalone mobile experience which enables the golfer to manually track their shots during a round and associate the relevant club used for that shot. Golfers can keep a record of their scores, view detailed yardages to any point on the hole, and review shots using detailed course maps to help identify potential areas for development.

Get In-Depth Stats

Based on their on-course play, golfers will be able to analyse a variety of performance statistics, including strokes gained, proximity to the hole, fairways hit and greens in regulation. Users can also get stat breakdowns by club (user’s bag is fully customisable within the app) to help them become more knowledgeable about their game and play smarter.

myRoundPro uses the statistical analysis measurement commonly known as “Strokes Gained”, which was developed by Columbia Business School professor and author, Mark Broadie. TaylorMade’s platform enables golfers to monitor and track their performance and statistics against a chosen benchmark. Strokes Gained also allows the golfer to identify specific areas of their game that are affecting their performance.

myRoundPro app https://www.myroundpro.com

       

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