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Given by now it is assumed that Cal Crutchlow, who has become a Yamaha test rider, will replace Franco Morbidelli alongside Vale Rossi on the second Petronas, let’s move on to the last report cards of the MotoGP 2021 first part.

Bastianini-Marini, a complex season

Only the Team Avintia Esponsorama/Sky VR46 with Enea Bastianini and Luca Marini, both beginners on Ducati (more or less up to date). It was not an easy season for them, especially for Luca who is less instinctive and more methodical than his teammate. Bastianini often goes by pure instinct, talent, Marini has to arrive slowly, understanding things, storing experience and method. In short two approaches and two very different pilots, which in my opinion still cannot really be judged. Let’s wait for the end of the season and we’ll see, also hoping that Ducati will gradually provide updates to the two. Funny and I think the presence of effective Ruben End in the team: a Help, one stimulus, a reference.

Double date in Austria

The program



Thailand canceled, calendar changes

And here we are back on track. It will be a double race on the Austrian Red Bull Ring, the first on 8 August, the second on 15. In short, the wait was long, but from August to November a good feast of GPs awaits us, some perhaps even with a little or even the whole audience present. We’ll see what happens, if the Thailand GP is replaced, if maybe it will also miss Malaysia or maybe there will be two races right there. Maybe. Dorna works to get as close as possible to 20 GPs, then we’ll see. For now we are at 9. Considering the situation not bad either.

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Given by now it is assumed that Cal Crutchlow, who has become a Yamaha test rider, will replace Franco Morbidelli alongside Vale Rossi on the second Petronas, let’s move on to the last report cards of the MotoGP 2021 first part.

Bastianini-Marini, a complex season

Only the Team Avintia Esponsorama/Sky VR46 with Enea Bastianini and Luca Marini, both beginners on Ducati (more or less up to date). It was not an easy season for them, especially for Luca who is less instinctive and more methodical than his teammate. Bastianini often goes by pure instinct, talent, Marini has to arrive slowly, understanding things, storing experience and method. In short two approaches and two very different pilots, which in my opinion still cannot really be judged. Let’s wait for the end of the season and we’ll see, also hoping that Ducati will gradually provide updates to the two. Funny and I think the presence of effective Ruben End in the team: a Help, one stimulus, a reference.

Double date in Austria

The program



Thailand canceled, calendar changes

And here we are back on track. It will be a double race on the Austrian Red Bull Ring, the first on 8 August, the second on 15. In short, the wait was long, but from August to November a good feast of GPs awaits us, some perhaps even with a little or even the whole audience present. We’ll see what happens, if the Thailand GP is replaced, if maybe it will also miss Malaysia or maybe there will be two races right there. Maybe. Dorna works to get as close as possible to 20 GPs, then we’ll see. For now we are at 9. Considering the situation not bad either.

.

[date_timestamp] => 1628176377 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Rome transfer market, from Nzonzi to Pastore and Fazio: how many redundancies for Mou [link] => https://worldsportsnews.xyz/rome-transfer-market-from-nzonzi-to-pastore-and-fazio-how-many-redundancies-for-mou/ [comments] => https://worldsportsnews.xyz/rome-transfer-market-from-nzonzi-to-pastore-and-fazio-how-many-redundancies-for-mou/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Thu, 05 Aug 2021 14:54:32 +0000 [category] => NewsFazioMarketMouNzonziPastoreredundanciesRomeRome marketTransfertransfer market rome [guid] => https://worldsportsnews.xyz/rome-transfer-market-from-nzonzi-to-pastore-and-fazio-how-many-redundancies-for-mou/ [description] => There are 24 players who are training in Trigoria with customized trainers and among these... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

There are 24 players who are training in Trigoria with customized trainers and among these also Florenzi and Pedro stand out: the only ones who could have offers

Two teams. One made up of many Primavera or former players awaiting accommodation, the other made up of players with a very heavy engagement who, for technical and economic reasons, do not fall within Roma’s plans. Roma are unable to place them, given that the market is very complicated for all the teams and players over 30 with stellar salaries certainly do not have the line behind the door. In total there are 24 players who are training in Trigoria with personalized trainers and among these the excellent names of Florenzi (the only one who has a bit of a market), Pastore, Nzonzi, Fazio, Santon and Pedro (also for him) stand out. something starts to move). In total we are talking about over 40 million salaries that Roma has blocked for players with whom they have not found an agreement on the severance pay (Santon) or who have refused all the destinations proposed so far.

I no di Nzonzi

?

The most striking case is that of the French, world champion in 2018. Roma were willing to give him the card, Pinto had worked with Benfica to make him do a three-year, he one step away from signing said no. So he trains in Rome, earns four million a year and expects offers from Premier or France. Even in Spain, where there had also been something at the level of intermediaries, Nzonzi does not want to go for now and is waiting for more suitable offers. One of these could be that of Al Rayyan, coached by Laurent Blanc, but for now the right offer has not yet arrived from Qatar. Having said that, again in Spain, the Sevilla-Florenzi track exists, nothing is moving on Fazio and Pastore (6.5 net salaries for two).

Pedro waits

?

Instead, there is something for Pedro who is liked in Italy (there was talk of Genoa, but the Spaniard would be unconvinced) and in Spain. The former Barça, who was nothing short of bad about the choice of Roma and Mou after just one year, still has two years on his contract, presumably the last of his career, and does not want to make a mistake. He trains, but waits without rushing. Hurry that instead would have Rome, which without the ballast of the 24 players to be placed, with relative salaries, on the market would have perhaps moved with more agility. Instead, now, he must first of all think about selling.

The Swedish goalkeeper

?

Chapter Olsen: the Swedish goalkeeper, after the good European, awaits the Premier (difficult) and Ligue 1, where Lille could come back to knock after the Mandanda track has become complicated. The feeling, however, is that for all these negotiations the times are not very short.

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There are 24 players who are training in Trigoria with customized trainers and among these also Florenzi and Pedro stand out: the only ones who could have offers

Two teams. One made up of many Primavera or former players awaiting accommodation, the other made up of players with a very heavy engagement who, for technical and economic reasons, do not fall within Roma’s plans. Roma are unable to place them, given that the market is very complicated for all the teams and players over 30 with stellar salaries certainly do not have the line behind the door. In total there are 24 players who are training in Trigoria with personalized trainers and among these the excellent names of Florenzi (the only one who has a bit of a market), Pastore, Nzonzi, Fazio, Santon and Pedro (also for him) stand out. something starts to move). In total we are talking about over 40 million salaries that Roma has blocked for players with whom they have not found an agreement on the severance pay (Santon) or who have refused all the destinations proposed so far.

I no di Nzonzi

?

The most striking case is that of the French, world champion in 2018. Roma were willing to give him the card, Pinto had worked with Benfica to make him do a three-year, he one step away from signing said no. So he trains in Rome, earns four million a year and expects offers from Premier or France. Even in Spain, where there had also been something at the level of intermediaries, Nzonzi does not want to go for now and is waiting for more suitable offers. One of these could be that of Al Rayyan, coached by Laurent Blanc, but for now the right offer has not yet arrived from Qatar. Having said that, again in Spain, the Sevilla-Florenzi track exists, nothing is moving on Fazio and Pastore (6.5 net salaries for two).

Pedro waits

?

Instead, there is something for Pedro who is liked in Italy (there was talk of Genoa, but the Spaniard would be unconvinced) and in Spain. The former Barça, who was nothing short of bad about the choice of Roma and Mou after just one year, still has two years on his contract, presumably the last of his career, and does not want to make a mistake. He trains, but waits without rushing. Hurry that instead would have Rome, which without the ballast of the 24 players to be placed, with relative salaries, on the market would have perhaps moved with more agility. Instead, now, he must first of all think about selling.

The Swedish goalkeeper

?

Chapter Olsen: the Swedish goalkeeper, after the good European, awaits the Premier (difficult) and Ligue 1, where Lille could come back to knock after the Mandanda track has become complicated. The feeling, however, is that for all these negotiations the times are not very short.

.

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Jordan Spieth is back in action Thursday at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational.

Matthew Maxey/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Some of the best golfers in the world are in Memphis for Round 1 of the 2021 WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational. Here?s what you need to know to watch the first-round action on TV or online.

Previewing WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational Round 1

Given the high-octane nature of the field this week in Memphis, few would pick World No. 11 Jordan Spieth to win. In fact, there are seven American players in the field with a better ranking than the three-time major champ. But unlike several of those players, Spieth did not travel to Tokyo last week to play in the Olympics, so he should be fresher than most as he tries to capture his 13th PGA Tour win.

The same can be said for Bryson DeChambeau, Dustin Johnson and betting favorite Brooks Koepka, but the stars of the Olympics are in Tennessee this week, too. That includes gold-medal winner Xander Schuaffele, and three players who just missed out on bronze: Collin Morikawa, Hideki Matsuyama and Rory McIlroy.

Spieth starts the first round at 10:59 a.m. ET on Thursday, and he?ll play alongside Koepka and McIlroy. Below you will find everything you need to watch the first round on Thursday.

How to watch WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational Round 1 on TV

Golf Channel will air the first round of the 2021 WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational with five hours of coverage on Thursday from 12-5 p.m. ET.

How to stream WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational Round 1 online

You can stream the first round Golf Channel TV coverage of the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational on golfchannel.com. Fans can also view Featured Group coverage of the opening round all day Thursday via PGA Tour Live with a subscription.

How to bet on the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational

Looking to make a (legal!) wager yourself? We teamed with BetMGM, and the online sportsbook is offering a ?Bet $20 Win $100? promotion regardless of your wager?s outcome, as well as a ?Risk-Free Bet? up to $600.

2021 WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational Round 1 tee times (All times ET)

Tee No. 1

10:15 a.m. ? Si Woo Kim, Jim Herman, Wade Ormsby
10:26 a.m. ? Lucas Herbert, Cameron Champ, Martin Laird
10:37 a.m. ? Paul Casey, Kevin Na, Carlos Ortiz
10:48 a.m. ? Abraham Ancer, Ryan Palmer, Matthew Wolff
10:59 a.m. ? Scottie Scheffler, Corey Conners, Stewart Cink
11:10 a.m. ? Jason Kokrak, Sungjae Im, Matt Jones
11:21 a.m. ? Brian Harman, Aaron Rai, Brad Kennedy
11:32 a.m. ? Tyrrell Hatton, Patrick Reed, Billy Horschel
11:43 am ? Collin Morikawa, Harris English, Hideki Matsuyama
11:54 a.m. ? Xander Schauffele, Justin Thomas, Justin Rose
12:05 p.m. ? Webb Simpson, Lee Westwood, Shane Lowry

Tee No. 10

10:15 a.m. ? K.H. Lee, Ryosuke Kinoshita, Robert Streb
10:26 a.m. ? Matt Fitzpatrick, Phil Mickelson, Adam Scott
10:37 a.m. ? Louis Oosthuizen, Patrick Cantlay, Viktor Hovland
10:48 a.m. ? Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau, Cameron Smith
10:59 a.m. ? Brooks Koepka, Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy
11:10 a.m. ? Daniel Berger, Tommy Fleetwood, Marc Leishman
11:21 a.m. ? Will Zalatoris, Victor Perez, Min Woo Lee
11:32 a.m. ? Robert MacIntyre, Lucas Glover, Wilco Nienaber
11:43 a.m. ? Garrick Higgo, Kevin Kisner, Sergio Garcia
11:54 a.m. ? Max Homa, Ian Poulter, Cam Davis
12:05 pm – Tony Finau, Joaquin Niemann, Sam Burns

Kevin Cunningham
Golf.com Editor

As managing producer for GOLF.com, Cunningham edits, writes and publishes stories on GOLF.com, and manages the brand?s e-newsletters, which reach more than 1.4 million subscribers each month. A former two-time intern, he also helps keep GOLF.com humming outside the news-breaking stories and service content provided by our reporters and writers, and works with the tech team in the development of new products and innovative ways to deliver an engaging site to our audience.

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Jordan Spieth is back in action Thursday at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational.

Matthew Maxey/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Some of the best golfers in the world are in Memphis for Round 1 of the 2021 WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational. Here?s what you need to know to watch the first-round action on TV or online.

Previewing WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational Round 1

Given the high-octane nature of the field this week in Memphis, few would pick World No. 11 Jordan Spieth to win. In fact, there are seven American players in the field with a better ranking than the three-time major champ. But unlike several of those players, Spieth did not travel to Tokyo last week to play in the Olympics, so he should be fresher than most as he tries to capture his 13th PGA Tour win.

The same can be said for Bryson DeChambeau, Dustin Johnson and betting favorite Brooks Koepka, but the stars of the Olympics are in Tennessee this week, too. That includes gold-medal winner Xander Schuaffele, and three players who just missed out on bronze: Collin Morikawa, Hideki Matsuyama and Rory McIlroy.

Spieth starts the first round at 10:59 a.m. ET on Thursday, and he?ll play alongside Koepka and McIlroy. Below you will find everything you need to watch the first round on Thursday.

How to watch WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational Round 1 on TV

Golf Channel will air the first round of the 2021 WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational with five hours of coverage on Thursday from 12-5 p.m. ET.

How to stream WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational Round 1 online

You can stream the first round Golf Channel TV coverage of the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational on golfchannel.com. Fans can also view Featured Group coverage of the opening round all day Thursday via PGA Tour Live with a subscription.

How to bet on the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational

Looking to make a (legal!) wager yourself? We teamed with BetMGM, and the online sportsbook is offering a ?Bet $20 Win $100? promotion regardless of your wager?s outcome, as well as a ?Risk-Free Bet? up to $600.

2021 WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational Round 1 tee times (All times ET)

Tee No. 1

10:15 a.m. ? Si Woo Kim, Jim Herman, Wade Ormsby
10:26 a.m. ? Lucas Herbert, Cameron Champ, Martin Laird
10:37 a.m. ? Paul Casey, Kevin Na, Carlos Ortiz
10:48 a.m. ? Abraham Ancer, Ryan Palmer, Matthew Wolff
10:59 a.m. ? Scottie Scheffler, Corey Conners, Stewart Cink
11:10 a.m. ? Jason Kokrak, Sungjae Im, Matt Jones
11:21 a.m. ? Brian Harman, Aaron Rai, Brad Kennedy
11:32 a.m. ? Tyrrell Hatton, Patrick Reed, Billy Horschel
11:43 am ? Collin Morikawa, Harris English, Hideki Matsuyama
11:54 a.m. ? Xander Schauffele, Justin Thomas, Justin Rose
12:05 p.m. ? Webb Simpson, Lee Westwood, Shane Lowry

Tee No. 10

10:15 a.m. ? K.H. Lee, Ryosuke Kinoshita, Robert Streb
10:26 a.m. ? Matt Fitzpatrick, Phil Mickelson, Adam Scott
10:37 a.m. ? Louis Oosthuizen, Patrick Cantlay, Viktor Hovland
10:48 a.m. ? Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau, Cameron Smith
10:59 a.m. ? Brooks Koepka, Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy
11:10 a.m. ? Daniel Berger, Tommy Fleetwood, Marc Leishman
11:21 a.m. ? Will Zalatoris, Victor Perez, Min Woo Lee
11:32 a.m. ? Robert MacIntyre, Lucas Glover, Wilco Nienaber
11:43 a.m. ? Garrick Higgo, Kevin Kisner, Sergio Garcia
11:54 a.m. ? Max Homa, Ian Poulter, Cam Davis
12:05 pm – Tony Finau, Joaquin Niemann, Sam Burns

Kevin Cunningham
Golf.com Editor

As managing producer for GOLF.com, Cunningham edits, writes and publishes stories on GOLF.com, and manages the brand?s e-newsletters, which reach more than 1.4 million subscribers each month. A former two-time intern, he also helps keep GOLF.com humming outside the news-breaking stories and service content provided by our reporters and writers, and works with the tech team in the development of new products and innovative ways to deliver an engaging site to our audience.

[date_timestamp] => 1628173154 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Keep Adding Minutes: Burlamaqui Started With Valencia In A Friendly Against AC Milan [link] => https://worldsportsnews.xyz/keep-adding-minutes-burlamaqui-started-with-valencia-in-a-friendly-against-ac-milan/ [comments] => https://worldsportsnews.xyz/keep-adding-minutes-burlamaqui-started-with-valencia-in-a-friendly-against-ac-milan/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Thu, 05 Aug 2021 14:00:38 +0000 [category] => NewsAddingBurlamaquifriendlyMilanminutesStartedValencia [guid] => https://worldsportsnews.xyz/keep-adding-minutes-burlamaqui-started-with-valencia-in-a-friendly-against-ac-milan/ [description] => In the absence of ten days for the start of LaLiga 2021-2022, Valencia he played... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

In the absence of ten days for the start of LaLiga 2021-2022, Valencia he played his penultimate friendly match. He faced the powerful AC Milan, the rival chosen to play the Orange Trophy, a regular tournament held by the Spanish team before the start of each season. The duel had a Peruvian presence, courtesy of Alessandro Burlamaqui.

The Peruvian midfielder played 69 minutes and had an acceptable performance. After the superiority of the Italian team, he focused more on defensive tasks and could not break lines. He just took his place and always did the simple thing.

José Bordalás ordered Vicente Esquerdo to enter instead of the former Espanyol, who withdrew applauded by the fans who gathered at the mythical Mestalla Stadium.

Despite his 19 years, he was fearless when physically colliding with rivals. At 62 minutes, he put his body well to avoid a dangerous attack by Frenchman Oliver Giroud, who had to resort to foul to try to get the mark off the Peruvian.

It should be noted that Burlamaqui has had a presence in the preparatory matches against Cartagena (22 ?) and Levante (90 ?). In the latter he had an outstanding performance and won the praise of the press that covers the painting ?Che?.

Valencia?s last friendly will be on August 7 against England?s Brentford. Then they will be concentrated for the start of LaLiga Santander, on August 13 against Getafe.

Alessandro Burlamaqui withdrew applauded by the Valencia fans in a friendly against AC Milan. (Video: ESPN 2)

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In the absence of ten days for the start of LaLiga 2021-2022, Valencia he played his penultimate friendly match. He faced the powerful AC Milan, the rival chosen to play the Orange Trophy, a regular tournament held by the Spanish team before the start of each season. The duel had a Peruvian presence, courtesy of Alessandro Burlamaqui.

The Peruvian midfielder played 69 minutes and had an acceptable performance. After the superiority of the Italian team, he focused more on defensive tasks and could not break lines. He just took his place and always did the simple thing.

José Bordalás ordered Vicente Esquerdo to enter instead of the former Espanyol, who withdrew applauded by the fans who gathered at the mythical Mestalla Stadium.

Despite his 19 years, he was fearless when physically colliding with rivals. At 62 minutes, he put his body well to avoid a dangerous attack by Frenchman Oliver Giroud, who had to resort to foul to try to get the mark off the Peruvian.

It should be noted that Burlamaqui has had a presence in the preparatory matches against Cartagena (22 ?) and Levante (90 ?). In the latter he had an outstanding performance and won the praise of the press that covers the painting ?Che?.

Valencia?s last friendly will be on August 7 against England?s Brentford. Then they will be concentrated for the start of LaLiga Santander, on August 13 against Getafe.

Alessandro Burlamaqui withdrew applauded by the Valencia fans in a friendly against AC Milan. (Video: ESPN 2)

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[date_timestamp] => 1628172038 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Nelly Korda flirts with 59, grabs four-shot lead after two rounds [link] => https://worldsportsnews.xyz/nelly-korda-flirts-with-59-grabs-four-shot-lead-after-two-rounds/ [comments] => https://worldsportsnews.xyz/nelly-korda-flirts-with-59-grabs-four-shot-lead-after-two-rounds/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Thu, 05 Aug 2021 13:41:03 +0000 [category] => News2021 summer olympics59 watchflirtsfourshotGolfgrabsKordaleadNellynelly timesOlympicsroundstokyo olympics [guid] => https://worldsportsnews.xyz/nelly-korda-flirts-with-59-grabs-four-shot-lead-after-two-rounds/ [description] => In retrospect, Nelly Korda told Golf Channel after the round, she should?ve hit 3-wood off... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

In retrospect, Nelly Korda told Golf Channel after the round, she should?ve hit 3-wood off the tee on that last hole. Standing on the 18th tee, Korda needed a birdie up the last to become only the second woman to shoot 59. Annika Sorenstam became the first 20 years ago at an LPGA event in Arizona.

Here in Tokyo, Korda had history and a gold medal on the line.

When her tee shot leaked left and landed behind a tree limb, Korda felt she had no choice but to pitch out. She then tried to get ?too cute? with her third shot and found the bunker. Korda wound up posting a double-bogey on the final hole to shoot 9-under 62 and match the women?s Olympic record.

Korda said she didn?t have 59 on her mind, nor did she realize the tee had been moved up on the 18th hole until after she hit driver.

?It?s golf,? she said, laughing about it after the round. ?You?re going to make mistakes. No one is perfect.?

It wasn?t perfect, but as former No. 1 Jin Young Ko said, ?It looks easy.? Korda leads the field by four at the midway point, should the weather allow for two more rounds of golf. Tee times have been moved up for Round 3 using split tees.

Officials plan to move them up even further for the final round Saturday. They?ll go to Sunday, weather permitting. If 72 holes cannot be completed, the competition will revert to a 54-hole event.

?I?m going to have the mindset that it?s going to be a 72-hole golf (tournament) and whatever happens, happens,? said Korda.

The World No. 1 hit 11 fairways and 16 greens for a second consecutive day and leads the field in greens in regulation through two rounds.

After making par on the first four holes, Korda made her most difficult putt of the week, a double-breaker for birdie on the par-5 fifth, to get the round going. She followed it up with an eagle on the drivable par-4 sixth, hitting 3-wood to 25 feet. Three birdies later, she?d made the turn in 30.

Korda was a stunning 11 under in a 13-hole stretch from Nos. 5-17. Those tuning into golf for the first time saw the best player in the world put on a clinic.

?It wasn?t easy,? she said, ?but it was flowing.?

This is Korda?s second 62 of the season, matching her third-round effort at the Meijer LPGA Classic. She shot 63 in the second round of the KPMG Women?s PGA as well as the third round of the Lotte Championship in Hawaii. Korda won both the Meijer and KPMG, breaking through for her first major title.

Nelly Korda credits a mid-season switch to a left hand low putting grip as a spark in her game.  (Michael Madrid-USA TODAY Sports)

A three-time winner this season, Korda points to a mid-season grip change on the greens as a reason for her summer success. She made the switch to left hand low after missing the cut at the U.S. Women?s Open. The first event she ever put it into practice was last year?s AIG Women?s British Open.

?I always wanted to try it,? said Korda. ?I always putted more with my left shoulder up and I wanted to see how it would be if I would have my shoulder square at setup. The only way to do it is if I gripped it left hand low. My shoulders just rock so much better and I?m just connected more with my chest when I?m putting when I grip it left hand low.?

Korda paces the field at 13-under 129. Three players are in a share of second at 9 under: Denmark?s Nanna Koerstz Madsen and Emily Kristine Pedersen, as well as Aditi Ashok of India.

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In retrospect, Nelly Korda told Golf Channel after the round, she should?ve hit 3-wood off the tee on that last hole. Standing on the 18th tee, Korda needed a birdie up the last to become only the second woman to shoot 59. Annika Sorenstam became the first 20 years ago at an LPGA event in Arizona.

Here in Tokyo, Korda had history and a gold medal on the line.

When her tee shot leaked left and landed behind a tree limb, Korda felt she had no choice but to pitch out. She then tried to get ?too cute? with her third shot and found the bunker. Korda wound up posting a double-bogey on the final hole to shoot 9-under 62 and match the women?s Olympic record.

Korda said she didn?t have 59 on her mind, nor did she realize the tee had been moved up on the 18th hole until after she hit driver.

?It?s golf,? she said, laughing about it after the round. ?You?re going to make mistakes. No one is perfect.?

It wasn?t perfect, but as former No. 1 Jin Young Ko said, ?It looks easy.? Korda leads the field by four at the midway point, should the weather allow for two more rounds of golf. Tee times have been moved up for Round 3 using split tees.

Officials plan to move them up even further for the final round Saturday. They?ll go to Sunday, weather permitting. If 72 holes cannot be completed, the competition will revert to a 54-hole event.

?I?m going to have the mindset that it?s going to be a 72-hole golf (tournament) and whatever happens, happens,? said Korda.

The World No. 1 hit 11 fairways and 16 greens for a second consecutive day and leads the field in greens in regulation through two rounds.

After making par on the first four holes, Korda made her most difficult putt of the week, a double-breaker for birdie on the par-5 fifth, to get the round going. She followed it up with an eagle on the drivable par-4 sixth, hitting 3-wood to 25 feet. Three birdies later, she?d made the turn in 30.

Korda was a stunning 11 under in a 13-hole stretch from Nos. 5-17. Those tuning into golf for the first time saw the best player in the world put on a clinic.

?It wasn?t easy,? she said, ?but it was flowing.?

This is Korda?s second 62 of the season, matching her third-round effort at the Meijer LPGA Classic. She shot 63 in the second round of the KPMG Women?s PGA as well as the third round of the Lotte Championship in Hawaii. Korda won both the Meijer and KPMG, breaking through for her first major title.

Nelly Korda credits a mid-season switch to a left hand low putting grip as a spark in her game.  (Michael Madrid-USA TODAY Sports)

A three-time winner this season, Korda points to a mid-season grip change on the greens as a reason for her summer success. She made the switch to left hand low after missing the cut at the U.S. Women?s Open. The first event she ever put it into practice was last year?s AIG Women?s British Open.

?I always wanted to try it,? said Korda. ?I always putted more with my left shoulder up and I wanted to see how it would be if I would have my shoulder square at setup. The only way to do it is if I gripped it left hand low. My shoulders just rock so much better and I?m just connected more with my chest when I?m putting when I grip it left hand low.?

Korda paces the field at 13-under 129. Three players are in a share of second at 9 under: Denmark?s Nanna Koerstz Madsen and Emily Kristine Pedersen, as well as Aditi Ashok of India.

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[date_timestamp] => 1628170863 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => MILB: From Another Planet! Mariners Prospect Noelvi Marte Hits Three HRs And Drives In Nine [link] => https://worldsportsnews.xyz/milb-from-another-planet-mariners-prospect-noelvi-marte-hits-three-hrs-and-drives-in-nine/ [comments] => https://worldsportsnews.xyz/milb-from-another-planet-mariners-prospect-noelvi-marte-hits-three-hrs-and-drives-in-nine/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Thu, 05 Aug 2021 13:25:29 +0000 [category] => NewsdriveshitsHRsMarinersMarteMILBNoelviPlanetProspect [guid] => https://worldsportsnews.xyz/milb-from-another-planet-mariners-prospect-noelvi-marte-hits-three-hrs-and-drives-in-nine/ [description] => His birth certificate may say that he is still a teenager, but the diamond prospect... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

His birth certificate may say that he is still a teenager, but the diamond prospect of the Seattle Mariners, Noelvi Marte has already grown. The No. 82 MLB overall prospect produced one of the best offensive performances in the Minors this season, hitting three home runs and chipping in nine runs during a 4-for-5 night, when Low-A Modesto fell to Stockton, 16-15, in a wild game at Banner Island Ballpark.

The four hits were a season record for Marte, who equaled his personal best set in 2019 during his time in the Rookie League in the Dominican Republic Summer:

The 19-year-old?s evening began productively, if innocently enough, with an RBI single that produced the game?s first run in the opening frame. The first grand slam of Mars? career in the second inning started his home run barrage, which continued with a solo shot in the fourth and concluded with a lead HR in the sixth.

The fourth-ranked prospect in Seattle?s system had two more chances to become the first minor league player to hit four home runs in a game since Yasmany Tomás in 2019. However, Marte walked and scored a fifth run in the eighth and he raised in the ninth, making him the 23rd minor league player to hit three home runs in a game this year.

The offensive outburst was notable for more than the obvious. The 6-foot-1, 181-pound shortstop surpassed his HR total and matched his RBI for the entire month of July when he racked up 114 at-bats and appeared in 26 games:

Signed from the Dominican Republic as an international free agent in 2018, Marte impressed the following year in his professional debut in his home country, hitting .309 / .371 / .511 with 31 extra-base hits, 54 RBIs and 17 stolen bases in 65 games. .

Even after a mediocre July in which he hit .219 with a .586 OPS, he has emerged as one of the most exciting young prospects in baseball. Marte is hitting .277 / .361 / .482 with 31 extra-base hits, 54 RBIs and 15 stolen bases in 73 games for Modesto, where he is far from modest.

It may interest you: Top Puerto Rican Twins prospect Jose Miranda hit three home runs on his birthday

His 15 home runs are tied for second in Class A Baja Oeste with Rancho Cucamonga?s Jonny Deluca, both three behind San Francisco Giants prospect Marco Luciano.

Rafael Martinez

I am fond of the King of Sports, especially the Boston Red Sox in MLB and in general all of Mexican baseball. This profession has given me the opportunity to cover major events such as the Caribbean Series, LMB All Star, LMP (uninterrupted since 2009), signings of important players. I had the chance to attend the 2013 World Classic in Arizona, USA, albeit as a fan. Apart from this beautiful sport, I love basketball, where I have also narrated games and even an NBA friendly 10 years ago, but I carry baseball in my veins. Bachelor of Communication Sciences from the Autonomous University of Sinaloa (UAS) , from which I graduated in 2011. I was born in Mazatlán, Sinaloa and started in the world of sports journalism in 2004 in the newspaper El Sol de Mazatlán, where I was a baseball columnist and reporter at the same time. In January 2009 I came to El Debate as a journalist reporter and it was almost six years (in the first stage), until in November 2014 I emigrated to the radio providing my services in Línea Directa-Grupo RSN. My cycle there ended in July 2019 and after a few days, El Debate gave me another opportunity to work and opened the doors for me again. That is how I came to Al Bat, where I have been since 2019 as a web journalist.

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His birth certificate may say that he is still a teenager, but the diamond prospect of the Seattle Mariners, Noelvi Marte has already grown. The No. 82 MLB overall prospect produced one of the best offensive performances in the Minors this season, hitting three home runs and chipping in nine runs during a 4-for-5 night, when Low-A Modesto fell to Stockton, 16-15, in a wild game at Banner Island Ballpark.

The four hits were a season record for Marte, who equaled his personal best set in 2019 during his time in the Rookie League in the Dominican Republic Summer:

The 19-year-old?s evening began productively, if innocently enough, with an RBI single that produced the game?s first run in the opening frame. The first grand slam of Mars? career in the second inning started his home run barrage, which continued with a solo shot in the fourth and concluded with a lead HR in the sixth.

The fourth-ranked prospect in Seattle?s system had two more chances to become the first minor league player to hit four home runs in a game since Yasmany Tomás in 2019. However, Marte walked and scored a fifth run in the eighth and he raised in the ninth, making him the 23rd minor league player to hit three home runs in a game this year.

The offensive outburst was notable for more than the obvious. The 6-foot-1, 181-pound shortstop surpassed his HR total and matched his RBI for the entire month of July when he racked up 114 at-bats and appeared in 26 games:

Signed from the Dominican Republic as an international free agent in 2018, Marte impressed the following year in his professional debut in his home country, hitting .309 / .371 / .511 with 31 extra-base hits, 54 RBIs and 17 stolen bases in 65 games. .

Even after a mediocre July in which he hit .219 with a .586 OPS, he has emerged as one of the most exciting young prospects in baseball. Marte is hitting .277 / .361 / .482 with 31 extra-base hits, 54 RBIs and 15 stolen bases in 73 games for Modesto, where he is far from modest.

It may interest you: Top Puerto Rican Twins prospect Jose Miranda hit three home runs on his birthday

His 15 home runs are tied for second in Class A Baja Oeste with Rancho Cucamonga?s Jonny Deluca, both three behind San Francisco Giants prospect Marco Luciano.

Rafael Martinez

I am fond of the King of Sports, especially the Boston Red Sox in MLB and in general all of Mexican baseball. This profession has given me the opportunity to cover major events such as the Caribbean Series, LMB All Star, LMP (uninterrupted since 2009), signings of important players. I had the chance to attend the 2013 World Classic in Arizona, USA, albeit as a fan. Apart from this beautiful sport, I love basketball, where I have also narrated games and even an NBA friendly 10 years ago, but I carry baseball in my veins. Bachelor of Communication Sciences from the Autonomous University of Sinaloa (UAS) , from which I graduated in 2011. I was born in Mazatlán, Sinaloa and started in the world of sports journalism in 2004 in the newspaper El Sol de Mazatlán, where I was a baseball columnist and reporter at the same time. In January 2009 I came to El Debate as a journalist reporter and it was almost six years (in the first stage), until in November 2014 I emigrated to the radio providing my services in Línea Directa-Grupo RSN. My cycle there ended in July 2019 and after a few days, El Debate gave me another opportunity to work and opened the doors for me again. That is how I came to Al Bat, where I have been since 2019 as a web journalist.

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[date_timestamp] => 1628169929 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Tokyo Olympics: Skateboarders Rune Glifberg & Dallas Oberholzer take on the teens [link] => https://worldsportsnews.xyz/tokyo-olympics-skateboarders-rune-glifberg-dallas-oberholzer-take-on-the-teens/ [comments] => https://worldsportsnews.xyz/tokyo-olympics-skateboarders-rune-glifberg-dallas-oberholzer-take-on-the-teens/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Thu, 05 Aug 2021 13:08:25 +0000 [category] => NewsDallasGlifbergOberholzerOlympicsRuneSkateboardersteensTokyo [guid] => https://worldsportsnews.xyz/tokyo-olympics-skateboarders-rune-glifberg-dallas-oberholzer-take-on-the-teens/ [description] => Rune Glifberg was a playable character in the 1999 game Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater Dates:... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Dates: 23 July-8 August Time in Tokyo: BST +8
Coverage: Watch live on BBC TV, BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button and online; Listen on BBC Radio 5 Live, Sports Extra and Sounds; live text and video clips on BBC Sport website and app.

When Rune Glifberg and Dallas Oberholzer emerged on the skateboarding scene, it was a world away from the “uncool” Olympic Games.

So for many, seeing the 46-year-old pair take to the bowl in the men’s park event at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games may have been seen as a culture shift.

The veterans’ presence was in contrast to an otherwise youthful line-up, where three of the four gold medals up for grabs were won by teenagers.

But for Denmark’s Glifberg, opening the competition at the Ariake Urban Sports Park was an “absolute honour” .

South African Oberholzer reflected: “I never would have thought skating would take me to the Olympics. It was taboo, it was frowned upon, it was a waste of time.

“But now it’s more open and for everyone, and anything goes. I’m happy where skateboarding is now. It’s just going to go up, big time.”

Gaming fans of a certain era may remember playing as Glifberg on the early edition of Tony Hawk Pro Skater back in 1999. And as Glifberg himself acknowledged: “Thirty-five years of skateboarding will take a toll on you.”

Both men were keen to bring skateboarding to a new audience, albeit in the Olympics, which the Dane described as “probably one of the most uncool things” for young skaters growing up in the 1980s.

“We put on a great exhibition of skateboarding and the only thing that wasn’t true to skateboarding here today was that we were competing,” he said.

Even 13-year-old Sky Brown, who won bronze in the women’s park competition on Wednesday, said she wants to show that skateboarding is “for everyone”.

“Anyone can do skateboarding. You don’t have to be of a certain height or have to be a certain age – you can do it whenever you want. You’ve just got to skate and go for it,” she told the BBC after her podium finish.

The combined age of the podium at the women’s park was 44 – two years younger than both Glifberg and Oberholzer.

“Skateboarding is always progressing. That’s why we’re here, to show the world skateboarding is a full spectrum of different ethnicity, sexual preferences, gender, age,” Glifberg said.

Oberholzer agrees, noting that some competitors are a third his age.

“Every day I’m interacting with young people and it’s cool because we skate together and age doesn’t matter. It’s just about what you got, what you bring to the table.

“There’s no pressure for me, I’ll just show up and represent the old dogs.”

Oberholzer said the pair have nothing more to prove in their sport and that Paris 2024 may be a step too far for their generation of skaters.

“I don’t think ever again there will be guys in their 40s. I think you’ll be lucky to make it here in your 30s in the future. Rune and I are happy to represent the older generation and make sure skating is remembered as a mixed bag of misfits,” he said.

Glifberg now expects to see “a little divide in skateboarding in the future” as some focus more on “competing at the Olympics and things like that”.

He added: “But we’re still going to have people from all sorts of life out there skateboarding in the street, skinning their knees, blood running down their arms, battling security guards and jumping downstairs and doing what we do.”

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Dates: 23 July-8 August Time in Tokyo: BST +8
Coverage: Watch live on BBC TV, BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button and online; Listen on BBC Radio 5 Live, Sports Extra and Sounds; live text and video clips on BBC Sport website and app.

When Rune Glifberg and Dallas Oberholzer emerged on the skateboarding scene, it was a world away from the “uncool” Olympic Games.

So for many, seeing the 46-year-old pair take to the bowl in the men’s park event at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games may have been seen as a culture shift.

The veterans’ presence was in contrast to an otherwise youthful line-up, where three of the four gold medals up for grabs were won by teenagers.

But for Denmark’s Glifberg, opening the competition at the Ariake Urban Sports Park was an “absolute honour” .

South African Oberholzer reflected: “I never would have thought skating would take me to the Olympics. It was taboo, it was frowned upon, it was a waste of time.

“But now it’s more open and for everyone, and anything goes. I’m happy where skateboarding is now. It’s just going to go up, big time.”

Gaming fans of a certain era may remember playing as Glifberg on the early edition of Tony Hawk Pro Skater back in 1999. And as Glifberg himself acknowledged: “Thirty-five years of skateboarding will take a toll on you.”

Both men were keen to bring skateboarding to a new audience, albeit in the Olympics, which the Dane described as “probably one of the most uncool things” for young skaters growing up in the 1980s.

“We put on a great exhibition of skateboarding and the only thing that wasn’t true to skateboarding here today was that we were competing,” he said.

Even 13-year-old Sky Brown, who won bronze in the women’s park competition on Wednesday, said she wants to show that skateboarding is “for everyone”.

“Anyone can do skateboarding. You don’t have to be of a certain height or have to be a certain age – you can do it whenever you want. You’ve just got to skate and go for it,” she told the BBC after her podium finish.

The combined age of the podium at the women’s park was 44 – two years younger than both Glifberg and Oberholzer.

“Skateboarding is always progressing. That’s why we’re here, to show the world skateboarding is a full spectrum of different ethnicity, sexual preferences, gender, age,” Glifberg said.

Oberholzer agrees, noting that some competitors are a third his age.

“Every day I’m interacting with young people and it’s cool because we skate together and age doesn’t matter. It’s just about what you got, what you bring to the table.

“There’s no pressure for me, I’ll just show up and represent the old dogs.”

Oberholzer said the pair have nothing more to prove in their sport and that Paris 2024 may be a step too far for their generation of skaters.

“I don’t think ever again there will be guys in their 40s. I think you’ll be lucky to make it here in your 30s in the future. Rune and I are happy to represent the older generation and make sure skating is remembered as a mixed bag of misfits,” he said.

Glifberg now expects to see “a little divide in skateboarding in the future” as some focus more on “competing at the Olympics and things like that”.

He added: “But we’re still going to have people from all sorts of life out there skateboarding in the street, skinning their knees, blood running down their arms, battling security guards and jumping downstairs and doing what we do.”

[date_timestamp] => 1628168905 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Best Golf Shot Tracking Apps and Devices [link] => https://worldsportsnews.xyz/best-golf-shot-tracking-apps-and-devices/ [comments] => https://worldsportsnews.xyz/best-golf-shot-tracking-apps-and-devices/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Thu, 05 Aug 2021 12:50:26 +0000 [category] => NewsAppsDevicesGolfshotTracking [guid] => https://worldsportsnews.xyz/best-golf-shot-tracking-apps-and-devices/ [description] => We list our favourite shot tracking apps and devices to help you get the most... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

We list our favourite shot tracking apps and devices to help you get the most out of your game

Best Golf Shot Tracking Apps and Devices

Artificial intelligence has changed the way we play golf in the 21st century. Thanks to the best golf GPS apps and tracking devices, golfers can see their stats like never before, accessing all kinds of data about their game to really pinpoint where strengths and weaknesses lie.

There are a number of very cool devices on the market that allow you to track your every move on the course thanks to sensors in your clubs and intuitive, user-friendly apps.

Is your putting your weak point? Could you really do with finding more fairways? A shot tracking device will give you the answers you need.

Lots of the devices and apps in this guide also use A.I. and Strokes Gained Analysis to help you understand exactly where you can make up those all important shots.

Below we list the best golf shot tracking apps and devices on the market to help you pick which is best for you.

Also we recommend taking a look at our other golf GPS guides too ? such as the best golf GPS apps, best golf launch monitors, or the best smart phone for golfers.

Best Golf Shot Tracking Apps and Devices

Arccos Caddie Smart Grips

Our Pick

+ Accurate and easy to use sensors
+ Excellent accompanying app with Stokes Gained Analysis
? App drains phone/watch battery

Arccos is one of, if not the best game tracking systems, on the market. It measures all the data you can possibly need thanks to Arccos Smart Sensors in the end of your clubs, and some clubs including Cobra and Ping come with them already fitted into the grips.

You?ll need one of three devices out on course with you to measure the shots; a smartphone, Arccos Caddie Link or an Apple Watch. Having one of these on your person during a round will allow the sensors to automatically track each shot you hit over the course of the round. The brilliant app will then log all this data, allowing you to

You?ll need your smartphone in your front pocket or the handy new Arccos Caddie Link device to measure the shots.

The app offers up an incredible depth of statistics and data including strokes gained to help you pinpoint where you need to improve. It?s a very user friendly experience and one that can genuinely help you shoot lower scores. The Caddie function assists you with which club to hit or which strategy to use. We?re big fans.

Arccos Caddie Link

Best Additional Accessory

+ Removes the need for a smartphone on course
+ Easily clips to pocket or belt buckle
? Must have a set of Arccos sensors or grips to use

Arccos Caddie Link

Sticking with Arccos, as mentioned above, the new Caddie Link has made a huge difference to the usability of the app and trackers.

It clips easily on to your belt or trouser pocket and pairs to your phone via Bluetooth, so you can now store your phone away in your golf bag and get on with your round only accessing the Arccos app on your phone for yardages and caddie advice functions if you want.

Using the Caddie Link allows for an even more seamless integration with the Arccos Caddie Smart Grips and app and we loved the fact we don?t need to keep our smartphone in our pocket anymore.

When on course, pressing the centre Caddie Link when next to the pin will also log the exact location of the pin on the app, allowing for even more accurate data when logging your short game.

It lasts 10 hours so should be enough for 36 holes, although if it runs out of juice you can switch back to your phone.

Arccos Caddie Link Review

Shot Scope V3 GPS Watch

Best Watch And Sensor Combination

+ Watch is small but is still easy to read and use
+ Sensors are accurate and not too large on the end of the grip
? Not as good as a GPS watch

Shot Scope V3 GPS Watch

The new Shot Scope V3 watch is a big step forward from the already-brilliant V2. It?s much smaller and nicer to wear, and it offers up GPS yardages as well as automatic shot tracking functionality thanks to tags in your clubs.

During play, the only thing you need to remember to do is hit the PinCollect button when retrieving your ball from the hole as everything else is done automatically. This marks the pin position and saves editing time afterwards.

Related: Shot Scope V3 GPS Watch Long Term Test Video

The GPS distances are quick to update and comparable with other some of the best golf GPS watches we have tested, and you?ll be able to access a plethora of data on the app including birds-eye views of the courses you?ve played and where your shots have gone.

Shot Scope V3 GPS Watch Review

Garmin Approach CT10

Best For Garmin Watch Users

+ Automatic tracking
+ See how far you typically hit each club
? Need an accompanying Garmin Approach S20, S40 or S60 to use

Garmin Approach CT10

The Garmin Approach C10 sensors screw into your golf clubs and then pair with compatible Garmin golf watches to automatically track every stroke, including locations, distances and club type.

They collect data from each shot and club to track stats including strokes gained. Perfect for the golfer who already has one of Garmin?s products and a S20, S40 or S60 watch will be compatible with this sensors.

Speaking of which if you are a fan of the brand, or want to buy a watch to accompany these excellent sensors, then take a look at our guide on the best Garmin golf watches too.

Bushnell Phantom 2 GPS

Best Accompanying App

+ Excellent, free accompanying app
+ Works brilliantly without the app as a GPS
? No shot tracking

Bushnell Phantom 2 GPS

This device is a little different to the ones so far in this guide in that it doesn?t come with sensors for the top of your club.

The Bushnell Phantom 2 however is an excellent little GPS and provides clear front, middle and back yardages to greens; allows you to place an exact pin location and track how far you?ve hit a shot too.

It comes with the accompanying Bushnell app for free, and the recent update has arguably made it one of the best golf GPS apps around.

The app provides you full diagrams of holes, allows you to track your scoring and well as locate a precise yardage from where you are stood on the hole. You?ll have to have your smartphone with you out on course to use the app to its fullest, but if you don?t mind that then this GPS and app is a smart option.

SkyGolf GameTracker GT2

Best Sensors

+ Comes with a wearable sensor as standard
+ Purchase includes 1-year SkyGolf 360 Premium Plan subscription
? App feels a bit dated

SkyGolf GameTracker GT2

From the people behind SkyCaddie and SkyTrak, the GameTracker GT2 offers up automatic shot measuring, GPS rangefinder and scoring functions. It pairs with the SkyCaddie Mobile GPS rangefinder app, which gives precise distances as well as vivid HD maps.

The sensors are the smallest in this guide and make very little impression at the top of the grip, so you won?t notice they?re there.

The app is a little dated but the sensors and wearable tracker work seamlessly with it and provide accurate and informative data that can help you trim a few extra shots off your handicap.

Game Golf Pro

Best For Coaching And Improving

+ Comes with a coaching dashboard
+ No need for a smartphone out on course (comes with clip-on tracking device as standard)
? Accompanying app is a bit clunky

game golf pro

The Game Golf Pro follows up on the original Game Golf device, and it tracks your shots, tells you how far you hit your clubs and offers up GPS yardages on more than 36,000 golf courses.

There is also a caddie function to help you choose which club is best to hit and it even takes the conditions into account such as the wind and temperature on the day.

What sets this device and app apart from others in the list is the access to a coaching dashboard to genuinely help improve your game with the help of a professional. Coaches can easily link up with their students data and vice versa, making the coach and student relationship more than just a one hour a month session.

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We list our favourite shot tracking apps and devices to help you get the most out of your game

Best Golf Shot Tracking Apps and Devices

Artificial intelligence has changed the way we play golf in the 21st century. Thanks to the best golf GPS apps and tracking devices, golfers can see their stats like never before, accessing all kinds of data about their game to really pinpoint where strengths and weaknesses lie.

There are a number of very cool devices on the market that allow you to track your every move on the course thanks to sensors in your clubs and intuitive, user-friendly apps.

Is your putting your weak point? Could you really do with finding more fairways? A shot tracking device will give you the answers you need.

Lots of the devices and apps in this guide also use A.I. and Strokes Gained Analysis to help you understand exactly where you can make up those all important shots.

Below we list the best golf shot tracking apps and devices on the market to help you pick which is best for you.

Also we recommend taking a look at our other golf GPS guides too ? such as the best golf GPS apps, best golf launch monitors, or the best smart phone for golfers.

Best Golf Shot Tracking Apps and Devices

Arccos Caddie Smart Grips

Our Pick

+ Accurate and easy to use sensors
+ Excellent accompanying app with Stokes Gained Analysis
? App drains phone/watch battery

Arccos is one of, if not the best game tracking systems, on the market. It measures all the data you can possibly need thanks to Arccos Smart Sensors in the end of your clubs, and some clubs including Cobra and Ping come with them already fitted into the grips.

You?ll need one of three devices out on course with you to measure the shots; a smartphone, Arccos Caddie Link or an Apple Watch. Having one of these on your person during a round will allow the sensors to automatically track each shot you hit over the course of the round. The brilliant app will then log all this data, allowing you to

You?ll need your smartphone in your front pocket or the handy new Arccos Caddie Link device to measure the shots.

The app offers up an incredible depth of statistics and data including strokes gained to help you pinpoint where you need to improve. It?s a very user friendly experience and one that can genuinely help you shoot lower scores. The Caddie function assists you with which club to hit or which strategy to use. We?re big fans.

Arccos Caddie Link

Best Additional Accessory

+ Removes the need for a smartphone on course
+ Easily clips to pocket or belt buckle
? Must have a set of Arccos sensors or grips to use

Arccos Caddie Link

Sticking with Arccos, as mentioned above, the new Caddie Link has made a huge difference to the usability of the app and trackers.

It clips easily on to your belt or trouser pocket and pairs to your phone via Bluetooth, so you can now store your phone away in your golf bag and get on with your round only accessing the Arccos app on your phone for yardages and caddie advice functions if you want.

Using the Caddie Link allows for an even more seamless integration with the Arccos Caddie Smart Grips and app and we loved the fact we don?t need to keep our smartphone in our pocket anymore.

When on course, pressing the centre Caddie Link when next to the pin will also log the exact location of the pin on the app, allowing for even more accurate data when logging your short game.

It lasts 10 hours so should be enough for 36 holes, although if it runs out of juice you can switch back to your phone.

Arccos Caddie Link Review

Shot Scope V3 GPS Watch

Best Watch And Sensor Combination

+ Watch is small but is still easy to read and use
+ Sensors are accurate and not too large on the end of the grip
? Not as good as a GPS watch

Shot Scope V3 GPS Watch

The new Shot Scope V3 watch is a big step forward from the already-brilliant V2. It?s much smaller and nicer to wear, and it offers up GPS yardages as well as automatic shot tracking functionality thanks to tags in your clubs.

During play, the only thing you need to remember to do is hit the PinCollect button when retrieving your ball from the hole as everything else is done automatically. This marks the pin position and saves editing time afterwards.

Related: Shot Scope V3 GPS Watch Long Term Test Video

The GPS distances are quick to update and comparable with other some of the best golf GPS watches we have tested, and you?ll be able to access a plethora of data on the app including birds-eye views of the courses you?ve played and where your shots have gone.

Shot Scope V3 GPS Watch Review

Garmin Approach CT10

Best For Garmin Watch Users

+ Automatic tracking
+ See how far you typically hit each club
? Need an accompanying Garmin Approach S20, S40 or S60 to use

Garmin Approach CT10

The Garmin Approach C10 sensors screw into your golf clubs and then pair with compatible Garmin golf watches to automatically track every stroke, including locations, distances and club type.

They collect data from each shot and club to track stats including strokes gained. Perfect for the golfer who already has one of Garmin?s products and a S20, S40 or S60 watch will be compatible with this sensors.

Speaking of which if you are a fan of the brand, or want to buy a watch to accompany these excellent sensors, then take a look at our guide on the best Garmin golf watches too.

Bushnell Phantom 2 GPS

Best Accompanying App

+ Excellent, free accompanying app
+ Works brilliantly without the app as a GPS
? No shot tracking

Bushnell Phantom 2 GPS

This device is a little different to the ones so far in this guide in that it doesn?t come with sensors for the top of your club.

The Bushnell Phantom 2 however is an excellent little GPS and provides clear front, middle and back yardages to greens; allows you to place an exact pin location and track how far you?ve hit a shot too.

It comes with the accompanying Bushnell app for free, and the recent update has arguably made it one of the best golf GPS apps around.

The app provides you full diagrams of holes, allows you to track your scoring and well as locate a precise yardage from where you are stood on the hole. You?ll have to have your smartphone with you out on course to use the app to its fullest, but if you don?t mind that then this GPS and app is a smart option.

SkyGolf GameTracker GT2

Best Sensors

+ Comes with a wearable sensor as standard
+ Purchase includes 1-year SkyGolf 360 Premium Plan subscription
? App feels a bit dated

SkyGolf GameTracker GT2

From the people behind SkyCaddie and SkyTrak, the GameTracker GT2 offers up automatic shot measuring, GPS rangefinder and scoring functions. It pairs with the SkyCaddie Mobile GPS rangefinder app, which gives precise distances as well as vivid HD maps.

The sensors are the smallest in this guide and make very little impression at the top of the grip, so you won?t notice they?re there.

The app is a little dated but the sensors and wearable tracker work seamlessly with it and provide accurate and informative data that can help you trim a few extra shots off your handicap.

Game Golf Pro

Best For Coaching And Improving

+ Comes with a coaching dashboard
+ No need for a smartphone out on course (comes with clip-on tracking device as standard)
? Accompanying app is a bit clunky

game golf pro

The Game Golf Pro follows up on the original Game Golf device, and it tracks your shots, tells you how far you hit your clubs and offers up GPS yardages on more than 36,000 golf courses.

There is also a caddie function to help you choose which club is best to hit and it even takes the conditions into account such as the wind and temperature on the day.

What sets this device and app apart from others in the list is the access to a coaching dashboard to genuinely help improve your game with the help of a professional. Coaches can easily link up with their students data and vice versa, making the coach and student relationship more than just a one hour a month session.

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On whether to decide on Mexico or the United States, the FC Dallas striker stated: ?I feel like it?s up in the air right now.?

Ricardo Pepi is the fifth best scorer in MLS, he is 18 years old and boasts the possibility of playing for Mexico or the United States, due to his dual nationality. During the Gold Cup, the FC Dallas footballer had contacts with the Mexican National Team and they talked that he could go to the World Cup with the Tricolor.

?I have also had a conversation with them (Mexico). They just told me about the same things, about the plans I have with the Mexican team, of what they want it to be. Basically, I just have a great opportunity and if I can keep doing things right I can go to world with them ?, he acknowledged Ricardo Pepi, for the portal of the FC Dallas, your team in the MLS.

Pepi was in the process of Mexico heading to the U-17 World Cup in Brazil 2019, but because it was not taken into account, he chose to go with United States. In the MLS, the forward boasts eight goals in the current tournament, only two less than Javier ?Chicharito? Hernández.

?I feel like he?s in the air right now,? commented the player of the FC Dallas.

?When I make the decision, I will go for the team that I feel closest to. If I feel closer to Mexico, then it would be them. If I feel closer to United StatesIt would be them, but it also has to do with how they make me feel as a player. If I feel comfortable with them, if I feel that they are really interested, that will affect the decision I make, ?he added. Ricardo Pepi, forward of FC Dallas.

In the U-17 World Cup, Mexico preferred to bring players like Santiago Munoz Y Luis Puente. In that World Cup, the Tricolor took second place, losing to Brazil, while United States was last place of his group.

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On whether to decide on Mexico or the United States, the FC Dallas striker stated: ?I feel like it?s up in the air right now.?

Ricardo Pepi is the fifth best scorer in MLS, he is 18 years old and boasts the possibility of playing for Mexico or the United States, due to his dual nationality. During the Gold Cup, the FC Dallas footballer had contacts with the Mexican National Team and they talked that he could go to the World Cup with the Tricolor.

?I have also had a conversation with them (Mexico). They just told me about the same things, about the plans I have with the Mexican team, of what they want it to be. Basically, I just have a great opportunity and if I can keep doing things right I can go to world with them ?, he acknowledged Ricardo Pepi, for the portal of the FC Dallas, your team in the MLS.

Pepi was in the process of Mexico heading to the U-17 World Cup in Brazil 2019, but because it was not taken into account, he chose to go with United States. In the MLS, the forward boasts eight goals in the current tournament, only two less than Javier ?Chicharito? Hernández.

?I feel like he?s in the air right now,? commented the player of the FC Dallas.

?When I make the decision, I will go for the team that I feel closest to. If I feel closer to Mexico, then it would be them. If I feel closer to United StatesIt would be them, but it also has to do with how they make me feel as a player. If I feel comfortable with them, if I feel that they are really interested, that will affect the decision I make, ?he added. Ricardo Pepi, forward of FC Dallas.

In the U-17 World Cup, Mexico preferred to bring players like Santiago Munoz Y Luis Puente. In that World Cup, the Tricolor took second place, losing to Brazil, while United States was last place of his group.

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Murad Sezer, Reuters

“We didn’t talk much at home that my mother and I would remember. But we have such a girls’ club. And because my brother didn’t go to Tokyo, our club is Olympic and the boys can’t go to it, “said 28-year-old Jessica with a smile after the opening day of the women’s tournament. “Only women in our family qualified for the Olympics, only we are Olympians. That is a great honor. Especially when Jess and I were both nominated, “said the world number one, who was more serious.

How do the successors of the successful family tradition take on the suicide struggle? “Honestly, it’s a little weird. But it’s also a lot of fun. I’m really grateful to have Jess here. We were just having fun a few days ago and I told her I hoped she would play by my side until the end of my career, “Nelly said.” Well, not that it would save my career, but it would definitely revive her a lot, “Jessica smiled.

On a 50 degree thermometer, cicadas fell from the trees. I was completely on fire, Spilková frowned

There was not much missing and in Japan there could be a whole sibling shamrock. The youngest Sebastian, who follows in Petr Korda’s footsteps and begins to build a position among the tennis elite, met the criteria of a four-member United States nomination after a combination of circumstances, but eventually decided to postpone his Olympic debut.

Golfer Spilková started the Olympic tournament great! Will it improve placement from Rio?

“They have a terrible program. Now he plays in Washington, preparing for the US Open, he had such a training block with his dad. What’s more, it’s so hot that I don’t know if he would survive here at all, even though we’re from Florida, “Nelly explained with a laugh, noting that joint family plans for the Paris Games aren’t on the table yet.” I’m focusing on this year and then we’ll see, “she remarked. “I don’t know what will happen next week, I don’t plan that far. In three years, I will be thirty-one who knows what awaits me, “Jessica shrugged.

Although the two sisters moved around the field in team colors in the USA, it was clear from the ringing Czech where their second home was. “It’s great to return to the Czech Republic and spend some time with your family. Unfortunately, Jess and I don’t go there much. But my brother spends a lot more time there because he has a lot more tournaments in Europe than we do. We don’t get very well there, “Nelly said.” But when we show up, we’d love to go to Grandma’s for the sirloin, “said the older sister.

American golfer Nelly Kordová in action.

Toby Melville, Reuters

In the Czech Republic, they were also preparing for the flight to Japan in the Albatross complex near Prague. “It simply came to our notice then. I played for three weeks in a row and I needed more time to relax, calm down mentally and prepare for this week. Golf will always be there, but I have to be physically and mentally prepared. And I also needed to do the laundry, “Jessica smiled.

And after her famous father, the Grand Slam winner from Australia in 1998, both girls inherited not only a sporting talent, but also a fan interest in other disciplines. “When we were in Prague, of course we watched the Olympics. Of course for the tennis players, it was great that there were medals. I judo and … What’s it called? (shows umbrella that he shoots from a rifle) The boys were really cool! And of course we watch hockey a lot in addition to tennis, “Jessica said.” But we haven’t seen anything since arrival, we’ve focused on our start, “Nelly added.

American golfer Jessica Kord in action.

Andy Wong, ?TK / AP

What is certain, however, is that Dad Petr watches both of his girls with a particularly strict eye. “He immediately wrote to me that I had to work at putty speed. So I’m sorry, but I’m going to pat, “the younger nurse concluded in the blink of an eye, whose position after the opening day clearly revealed golden ambitions.

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Murad Sezer, Reuters

“We didn’t talk much at home that my mother and I would remember. But we have such a girls’ club. And because my brother didn’t go to Tokyo, our club is Olympic and the boys can’t go to it, “said 28-year-old Jessica with a smile after the opening day of the women’s tournament. “Only women in our family qualified for the Olympics, only we are Olympians. That is a great honor. Especially when Jess and I were both nominated, “said the world number one, who was more serious.

How do the successors of the successful family tradition take on the suicide struggle? “Honestly, it’s a little weird. But it’s also a lot of fun. I’m really grateful to have Jess here. We were just having fun a few days ago and I told her I hoped she would play by my side until the end of my career, “Nelly said.” Well, not that it would save my career, but it would definitely revive her a lot, “Jessica smiled.

On a 50 degree thermometer, cicadas fell from the trees. I was completely on fire, Spilková frowned

There was not much missing and in Japan there could be a whole sibling shamrock. The youngest Sebastian, who follows in Petr Korda’s footsteps and begins to build a position among the tennis elite, met the criteria of a four-member United States nomination after a combination of circumstances, but eventually decided to postpone his Olympic debut.

Golfer Spilková started the Olympic tournament great! Will it improve placement from Rio?

“They have a terrible program. Now he plays in Washington, preparing for the US Open, he had such a training block with his dad. What’s more, it’s so hot that I don’t know if he would survive here at all, even though we’re from Florida, “Nelly explained with a laugh, noting that joint family plans for the Paris Games aren’t on the table yet.” I’m focusing on this year and then we’ll see, “she remarked. “I don’t know what will happen next week, I don’t plan that far. In three years, I will be thirty-one who knows what awaits me, “Jessica shrugged.

Although the two sisters moved around the field in team colors in the USA, it was clear from the ringing Czech where their second home was. “It’s great to return to the Czech Republic and spend some time with your family. Unfortunately, Jess and I don’t go there much. But my brother spends a lot more time there because he has a lot more tournaments in Europe than we do. We don’t get very well there, “Nelly said.” But when we show up, we’d love to go to Grandma’s for the sirloin, “said the older sister.

American golfer Nelly Kordová in action.

Toby Melville, Reuters

In the Czech Republic, they were also preparing for the flight to Japan in the Albatross complex near Prague. “It simply came to our notice then. I played for three weeks in a row and I needed more time to relax, calm down mentally and prepare for this week. Golf will always be there, but I have to be physically and mentally prepared. And I also needed to do the laundry, “Jessica smiled.

And after her famous father, the Grand Slam winner from Australia in 1998, both girls inherited not only a sporting talent, but also a fan interest in other disciplines. “When we were in Prague, of course we watched the Olympics. Of course for the tennis players, it was great that there were medals. I judo and … What’s it called? (shows umbrella that he shoots from a rifle) The boys were really cool! And of course we watch hockey a lot in addition to tennis, “Jessica said.” But we haven’t seen anything since arrival, we’ve focused on our start, “Nelly added.

American golfer Jessica Kord in action.

Andy Wong, ?TK / AP

What is certain, however, is that Dad Petr watches both of his girls with a particularly strict eye. “He immediately wrote to me that I had to work at putty speed. So I’m sorry, but I’m going to pat, “the younger nurse concluded in the blink of an eye, whose position after the opening day clearly revealed golden ambitions.

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