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About this app

Arccos, golf’s #1 on-course tracking system, is the official game tracker of the PGA TOUR. Arccos provides the ability for golfers to capture their performance on more than 40,000 courses worldwide and track their game just like the pros.

By simply pairing Arccos’ Smart Sensors with the Arccos App, golfers can automatically capture their on-course shots and receive personalized, tour-level data such as strokes gained analytics and smart club distances. Along with player-specific analytics, Arccos provides other powerful yet simple features including an A.I.-powered GPS rangefinder and custom caddie advice. By integrating automatic shot tracking and artificial intelligence Arccos can help golfers play smarter, shoot lower scores, and improve even faster. In fact, new members improve on average by 5.71 strokes within their first year.

Since its inception, Arccos members have collectively taken over 750 million shots across more than 16 million rounds, contributing to the largest on-course dataset in golf, which now encompasses an astounding 1.1 trillion unique data points.

The pioneer of big data and Artificial Intelligence for golf, Arccos Golf LLC is revolutionizing the golfing experience. Its automatic shot-tracking platform delivers unparalleled insights that help players maximize their potential. Players may track their shots using their phone, Arccos Link wearable, or Apple Watch. See your GPS distance with our Wear OS app.

Listed among the “World’s Most Innovative Companies” by Fast Company, ranking #3 in the Sports category globally. Arccos’ official partners include PING, TaylorMade, Cobra Golf, Srixon / Cleveland Golf, Club Champion, Me And My Golf, EA Sports and Golf Digest.

Elevate your Arccos Experience with LINK:
The small, ultralight wearable allows Arccos players to capture their shot data without having to carry a phone on the course. LINK seamlessly pairs with the Arccos app and sensors. Worn on a player’s belt, waistband, or pocket, it tracks shots in real-time – including the club used and precise location – and automatically transfers the data to a player’s phone via Bluetooth, either during or after the round. This allows golfers to play the game their way, freeing them to keep their phone in a cart, bag, back pocket, or elsewhere.
Updated on
Apr 29, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, Personal info and 3 others
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 4 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.3K reviews
March 12, 2024
Way too expensive for what you get. Auto shot tracking is nice, but when it does miss a shot, it's not very easy to add the shot as you can't zoom in to place the pin. The stats are nice, but when you have to manually add shots, chips, or putts, it's not very accurate. Tried to get a course added that wasn't mapped and they require a scorecard and layout, whereas another golf app I have added it within the same day with no info but the courses name. Support takes awhile to get back to you.
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Anthony Boucher
March 23, 2024
Like others have said, if the link or your phone miss a shot while playing, adding it is really tricky. This is mostly due to poor UI/UX design and once you get past the initial confusion, it's not too bad. I find myself not using all of the features this system can offer due to the app's design. There should be a post-hole questionnaire that asks you for your score, how many putts, and whether or not you took a penalty so you can move faster when using the scoring features.
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Jason Castillo
April 18, 2024
If you are thinking of purchasing the Link Pro please reconsider. I went all in with Arccos and I'm left disappointed. The Link Pro worked very well in the first round while missing only 2 shots then it got worse from each round. I have played 80 holes and the last round was horrible I couldn't even use it because of a firmware update that you have to download to play and it couldn't get GPS location. I ended up using my phone so I have a $200+ device just sitting in my pocket. Lookup Golf Pad.
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What's new

Stability improvements and bug fixes.