With a social media following of over 1.5 million people and an ever growing membership on their coaching platform, Me And My Golf announce an exciting new partnership with Clippd – a new technology that allows golfers to track both their on-course and off-course activity, in order to view data and learn where they can improve.
Founders of Me And My Golf, golf coaches Andy Proudman and Piers Ward have accumulated over 900,000 subscribers on their popular YouTube channel, featuring a whole host of engaging tutorial content and collaborations, while their online coaching membership is also flourishing. By partnering with Clippd, each of the 12,500 Me And My Golf members will be offered the chance to sign up to a yearly subscription on Clippd, with a 20 percent discount and obligation-free 30 day free trial.
Clippd offers data and statistics to show golfers exactly where they are excelling, but also where their game may need a little work. There is useful information such as fairways hit and greens in regulation, as well as one-putt percentage and scoring average. This quantifiable data allows golfers to highlight areas of weakness and work on them, turning them to strengths.
Founder of Me And My Golf, Andy had this to say – “We have always been big advocates of ‘Why guess when you can measure? If people want to see improvement in their game then the ability to keep track of their data is of huge importance.”
Clippd allows golfers to upload data from a round of golf through other golf technologies such as Arccos almost instantly, keeping your golfing goals and areas of improvement current. Practice drills and launch monitor data can also be entered into Clippd, giving the user the ultimate feedback through an engaging and visually easy to digest programme. Both Arccos and Clippd are some of the best shot tracking device systems available and having access to both of them is sure to be a quick way of improving your game.
“Clippd will enable members to see trends and patterns and most importantly track their specific improvements over the course of each season,” says Piers. “We also love the fact that it integrates with Arccos, which means Arccos users can upload their round data to Clippd automatically.”
Golfers taking advantage of what the data Clippd has to offer, will also be able to use the social functions, meaning they can easily communicate with other Me And My Golf members, as…
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