RIDEPLAY tv’s new show “Golftics” tees-off 2023 at Chimera Golf Club with MLB All-Star Greg Vaughn in Las Vegas, Nevada during the The Consumer Electronics Show. CES showcased the latest and greatest in technology, and the golf industry was no exception. This year’s event highlighted several innovative products and technologies that are set to change the game of golf. From new golf clubs and wearable devices to augmented reality (AR) training tools and performance analysis software, golfers of all levels can expect to see significant advancements in their game.
Performance analysis software was a hot topic at CES 2023, with companies like Qoncept, Inc with their “Golfboy App” that allow golfers to analyze their swings, shots, and overall performance. These tools use advanced algorithms to provide detailed feedback on areas such as club speed, ball speed, spin rate, and launch angle. Golfers can also view their swings in slow motion, see where their shots land on the course, and compare their performance with other players.
The future of Autonomous vehicles scores an Albatross with their new self-driving golf carts. Carteav provides an autonomous low-speed vehicle solution designed to safely transport people and goods in geo-fenced low-speed areas such as resorts, hotels, retirement communities, neighborhoods, factories, and airports. Carteav’s solution enables safe, efficient, feature-rich transportation and significant cost savings.
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Another standout product at CES 2023 was the Golf Performance Tracker, a wearable device that measures a golfer’s heart rate, step count, and calories burned during a round. The device also tracks the golfer’s shot distance, accuracy, and speed, and provides real-time feedback on their performance. Golfers can also compare their stats with friends and other players to see where they stack up.
In conclusion, CES 2023 demonstrated that the golf industry is embracing technology in a big way, with several exciting products and innovations on display. From smart golf clubs and wearable devices to AR training tools and performance analysis software, golfers of all levels can expect to see significant advancements in their game in the coming years.
Stay tuned as episode IIII featuring MLB Greg Vaughn displays other nifty tech we took to the greens at Chimera Golf Club!