GAME GOLF smart caddie uses the shot distance and dispersion data from the last 20 rounds of golf you have played.

For each club, a typical club distance is calculated by a custom-built algorithm. That typical club distance uses the full swing distances and DOES NOT factor in duffs, mishits or unusually short tree shots. Similarly, it will not factor in chip shots with clubs that are not typically used for chipping (i.e. punching out with a 6-iron, bump and run with an 8-iron, etc.).

However, smart caddie also reviews previous round data and uses this when recommending what club to use and what shape of shot to hit.

Weather conditions and elevation are also taken into consideration when recommending a hole strategy.

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