Our acclaimed entry-level platform includes a single sensor that automatically records distance and accuracy stats for every drive you hit. The primary function of Arccos Driver is to track your driving distance. It also features rangefinder GPS for 40,000+ courses, and King of the Hole – a virtual long drive competition played over any par-4 or par-5 in the world.
If you find yourself interested in tracking your entire game, we also have our Arccos Caddie Smart Sensor & our Arccos Caddie Smart Grip systems which features 14 sensors – one for every club in your bag – which helps any player make smarter decisions and shoot lower scores.
Driving Handicap – An snapshot of total driving performance, Driving Handicap takes into account distance, accuracy, and the type of lie you have for your second shot. Driving Handicap basically takes Strokes Gained methodology and converts it to an easy to understand handicap value. The closer your driver handicap is to scratch, the better you are at driving the golf ball.
Your Longest drive – Arccos Driver records your personal best (longest) drive on a hole by hole, round by round, and long drive ever.
Smart Distance & Smart Range – The Arccos version of a distance average, Smart Distance is an estimation of your expected distance on a well-struck drive. Smart Range is Arccos’ estimation of your expected range on well-struck shots. A narrower range is indicative of more consistent shot performance. For more information, please visit this support article.