We're looking for four female golfers who want to reduce their handicap in 2021

The new season has well and truly started and it’s great to be back on the course. Here at W&G we feel it’s taking a little longer to get back into the swing of things and the new WHS is play havoc with our handicaps!

Some of us are just glad to be back on the golf course and being social again, while others are keen to restart making inroads on their handicap.

If you’re the latter, then that’s where Arccos Caddie can help.

We've teamed up with Arccos to give four lucky ladies the chance to join the W&G Arccos Caddie Challenge and improve their handicap.

What do you need to do?

  1. Make a commitment to reduce your handicap
  2. Embrace & understand the technology used with the Arccos Caddie platform
  3. Connect sensors to each of your clubs
  4. Test the Smart Sensors & wearable Link device over the equivalent of five 18-hole rounds to unlock the Caddie function
  5. Record your scores every week from June 7th - September 7th
  6. Post your journey on social media
  7. Provide feedback to W&G on your experience
  8. Attend a de-brief with the Arccos team

What you'll receive

Each person will receive a special bundle of Arccos Caddie Smart Sensors and wearable Link device worth £259.99, so there's no need to carry your phone in your pocket during play. Plus, you can keep the bundle after you've completed the Challenge to keep shooting those lower scores.

The player with the most improved handicap will also win a prize.

Arccos’ Smart Sensors sync with the award-winning Arccos Caddie app to deliver automatic shot tracking, a rangefinder and strokes gained insights, powered by A.I. And now with Arccos Caddie Link, a powerful wearable, you can leave your phone in the bag to play the game your way.

About Arccos

Arccos Caddie is golf’s first Artificial Intelligence platform. The award-winning Arccos Caddie app seamlessly syncs with Arccos Caddie sensors to provide golfers with Automatic Shot Tracking, Smart Distance Club Averages, A.I. Powered GPS Rangefinder, Strokes Gained Analytics and Caddie Advice for any hole on earth to help golfers of all skill levels make smarter decisions, improve faster and shoot lower scores.

In fact, the average new Arccos Caddie member improves their handicap by 5.02 strokes in the first year!

Industry comments

"I was kind of stuck for the last 15 years, at a 6 to 8 handicap, and just was content with that. Using Arccos my handicap got below 2, and actually at one point was zero, which I thought I'd never see. I quickly became a believer in the value of data."

John K. Solheim, CEO, PING Golf

Visit www.uk.arccosgolf.com for more information.

Deadline: Midnight, Tuesday 1 June at 23:59pm.

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