Shot Scope X5: Get to know Shot Scope’s new game-changing golf watch

Shot Scope has today announced the launch of their stunning brand-new Shot Scope X5 GPS and performance-tracking golf watch. This new watch is jam-packed with exciting new features and in this blog post, I'll tell you everything you need to know about it. Existing Shot Scope users and the wider golf community really are going to love this watch.

Shot Scope X5 GPS and Shot-tracking Golf Watch

The Shot Scope X5, along with the new Shot Scope PRO L2 laser rangefinder, is currently on sale under pre-release on the main Shot Scope website, and I’m hoping to get my hands on it within the next few weeks so that I can record an unboxing and first-look video for you guys. However, until then, here’s some detailed information to let you know what to expect from the new Shot Scope X5 golf watch.

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The X5 is Shot Scope’s first golf watch release in nearly 3 years, building on the success of their hugely popular and award-winning Shot Scope V3 golf watch – a product I absolutely love. Visually, the Shot Scope X5 undoubtedly has a much more premium look about it, thanks largely to its 1.2” full-colour touch screen, stylish scratch-resistant ceramic bezel and silicone dust-free interchangeable strap (other colours sold separately). There’s no doubt in my mind that visually, the X5 is a huge improvement on the V3 and will sit perfectly alongside the other premium GPS golf watches on the market. 

1 - On the course

On the golf course, in terms of its core functionality, the Shot Scope X5 has all of the fantastic features found on the V3 including dynamic yardages to the front, middle and back of the green, automatic shot tracking, carry distances and locations for hazards, and last shot distance tracking. However, the X5 also benefits from some really exciting new features that many Shot Scope users have requesting for a while now.

1.1 - Green View

The brand new Green View feature means that for the first time on a Shot Scope watch, you’ll be able to see an illustration of the green on the hole you are currently playing, and you’ll be able to drag and drop the pin to its correct location using the touch screen. Whilst the watch will only show a view of the green and not the entire hole, this is a really exciting and useful addition to the watch.

1.2 - On Course Scoring with Digital Scorecard

Another new feature that some Shot Scope users have been waiting for is the Digital Scorecard. This will allow you not only to view your score for the hole or round but you will also be able to edit and update your score mid-round. Whilst I personally prefer just to play golf and edit my score afterwards, I can see the benefit of being able to make changes or at least confirm the correct number of strokes have been recorded before moving on to the next hole.

1.3 - Layup points and doglegs

In addition to showing the distance to 100, 150 and 200 yard layup points, the X5 will now also show the distance to doglegs on the golf course. Given that the watch will not display a visual of the hole (only the green) you are playing, highlighting doglegs is the next best thing and will definitely be useful when playing blind holes or holes you are not familiar with.

2 - Off the course

As was the case with the V3, the X5 has been designed to be worn both on and off the golf course. As well as the fact that the X5 looks like a really nice-looking watch, there are a couple of other new features that may also encourage you to wear it when you are not golfing.

2.1 - Step Counter

One thing that I’m delighted to see built into the X5 is a step counter which will allow you to track your steps both on and off of the golf course. This is something I’ve long hoped that Shot Scope would include and will definitely encourage me to wear the watch when not on the golf course.

2.2 - Interchangeable straps and watch faces

As is the case with the V3, the silicone strap on the X5 will be available in a range of different colours and because it’s interchangeable, you’ll be able to buy and fit replacement straps purchased directly from Shot Scope.  Remember, the RFID technology is built into the Shot Scope straps so only genuine Shot Scope straps will work with the G3/V3 and X5 watches.

Similarly to smart watches, the X5 will also allow you to change the display of its clock face so that you can find something a little more in keeping with your style.

Final thoughts

So there you have it, it looks like Shot Scope has done a fantastic job of bringing to market a really stunning golf watch. As a huge fan of the Shot Scope V3 golf watch, I’m really excited to get my hands on the X5 and think the new features such as the Green View and step counter are going to be incredibly useful. 

As soon as I get my hands on the Shot Scope X5 next couple of weeks I’ll record and upload an unboxing and first-look video to my YouTube channel, so be sure to check that out. Also, I’d love to hear your thoughts on the X5 so drop a comment below to let me know what you think.


15% off the Shot Scope X5

Visit the Shot Scope website using the link below and enter my exclusive discount code, ‘ANDYSGOLF‘, to save an extra 15% on your order.

With this affiliate link, I may earn a small commission on qualifying purchases but at no extra cost to you.

UNboxing AND FIRST LOOK AT the SHot Scope X5

BRAND NEW Shot Scope PRO L2 Laser Rangefinder

In addition to the X5, Shot Scope has today also released the brand new PRO L2 laser rangefinder. If you’d like to find out more about it, you can do so in this Scope PRO L2: Meet Shot Scope’s feature-packed affordable laser rangefinder blog post.

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