Mobitee and PIQ Wearable Golf Shot Tracker Review

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Amazon Price: $269.00 $269.00 (as of May 12, 2017 5:51 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

The Mobitee and PIQ golf shot tracking solution is wearable technology. It allows you to obtain real-time details on each golf shot you hit. But it does much more than shot tracking.

Read on to see how this 3 in one solution is one of the better wearable technologies on the market.

What Is Golf Shot Tracking?

Shot tracking is rapidly gaining popularity in the game of golf. The idea behind tracking and recording all your golf shots is simple: The data and stats you track can help you improve your play, by showing you the areas of your game you need to work on most.

There are a variety of shot tracking solutions available on today’s golf marketplace. Mobitee and PIQ are just one of them. This particular solution is actually a combination of a Swing Analyzer, a GPS Range Finder and Shot Tracker. I’ll explain each feature in this review.

How Does Stat Tracking Work with Mobitee and PIQ?

piq sensorHere’s how the Piq and Mobitee solution works:

piq sensorFirst, you clip the PIQ tracking device onto the back of your golf glove. This is a small black sensor that easily clips onto your glove.

Then you attach the RFID tags to the butt end of each of your clubs, they stick right in there snugly. (There are 15 tags included with this tracking system.) Finally, you pair the sensor with your smartphone via bluetooth.

As you play your round of golf, you simply tap the butt end of your club to the sensor on your glove so it knows which club you’re using. This tapping also serves another purpose…. at same time it is telling the device the distance you are from your last shot, and recording that data.

Shot tracking data saving is going on in the background the whole time. That data gets stored in the device so you can retrieve it later and view it on your smartphone via the Mobitee app. That means that after you use this device for a while, you’ll have lots of great shot tracking data to help you improve your game!

Using it as a GPS Rangefinder

Your PIQ is also a GPS range finder as well. That’s because the satellite connected to Mobitee is telling the sensor exactly where you are on the golf course each time you tap that sensor on your golf glove. That means you can read the distance to the green right on that sensor just before you tap it to tell it what club you’re about to hit.

Mobitee and PIQ GPS feature

You can also look at your smartphone if you want a satellite image of the hole you are playing, which can help you see where the hazards are. At the time of this writing Mobitee has 40,000+ golf courses in their system worldwide, and they are adding more and more on a regular basis.

Using this Shot Tracker as a Swing Analyzer

This is one of the features I loved most.

You can immediately see swing analysis data right on your smartphone after each shot. That’s right, in addition to giving you data on your average distance for each club in your bag, it will track your tempo, swing path and clubhead speed for every shot.

You can even see the length of each backswing, which is something I love since I have a tendency to get too long with my backswing, causing me to come over the top.

This swing analyzer feature is awesome on the driving range too, as you can get immediate feedback on every shot you hit.

All of this swing analysis data can be used to help you understand why your shot went where it did. Invaluable info that when used wisely will help you improve you lower your handicap!

The Verdict: Is Mobitee and PIQ Worth Buying?

If you don’t mind wearing a sensor on your golf glove and tapping a club to it before each shot, Mobitee and PIQ offers a great golf shot tracking solution. I thought it might be a hassle but after I saw the shot tracking and swing analysis data I could get, I didn’t mind at all.

Making a small tap with my club onto an inconspicuous sensor on my golf glove was quick, easy and more reliable that other shot tracking solutions. Plus, having the yardage displayed right on the back of my hand is a quick rangefinder solution for when I don’t feel like taking my laser rangefinder out.

All in all, Mobitee and PIQ this is a great shot tracking solution that comes with the added benefit of being a GPS rangefinder and a swing analyzer all in one!

Technical Details

  • Brand: PIQ
  • Item Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • Product Dimensions: 1.7 x 1.5 x 0.2 inches
  • Item model number: BGOLF1
  • Batteries:: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
  • Color: Black
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Batteries Included?: Yes
  • Batteries Required?: No
  • Cover Included: Sensor^Charger^NFC Tags(18)^Glove clip
About the author

Jim D

I live and breathe golf. My dad had me on the course at age 5 and I've been playing almost 50 years now. With the help of new golf technology (launch monitors, simulators, swing analysis, range finder, etc.) I've lowered my handicap to a 7.8 index. I'll share all my favorite golf technology with you here, so you can keep improving too!

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