Shot Scope V3 Vs Shot Scope X5 Comparison
The Shot Scope X5 is $100 more expensive than the Shot Scope V3 so in today’s comparison, we’ll see if the extra money is worth it.
Shotscope V3 Overview
“The V3 has 36,000 preloaded courses and features like green distancing, shot distancing and hazard distancing.”
Like the Shot Scope X5, the V3 comes with 16 club trackers that you stick in the grips of your clubs so it can automatically detect which club you’re using and track stats for it.
The Shot Scope app also collects your round data and organizes it so you can review it on your phone after your round.
But the Shot Scope V3 has a square watch face which in my opinion, doesn’t look as nice and is not as comfortable as a round watch face.
Plus, the V3 does not have a touchscreen display.
Shot Scope X5 Overview
“The Shot Scope X5 has all the golf features of the V3 with the added bonuses of a digital scorecard and a pedometer function.”
The Shot Scope X5 also has a round, full color touchscreen display with a ceramic bezel.
It is a bit heavier than the V3 but it looks much sharper which is worth it to me. The menus are also easier to navigate thanks to the touchscreen.
Other than that though the functions of these watches are the same. Like the V3, the X5 has a robust data analytics dashboard on the app that really helps you see where you can improve.
“It’s the quality of life features that make the Shot Scope X5 worth the extra $100 for me. But when you strip that all away, the only differences are a digital scorecard and pedometer.
If you don’t mind the square face and a more analogue experience, the Shot Scope V3 should work fine for you.
But if you want a better-looking watch with the convenience of a touchscreen, the Shot Scope X5 is worth the extra money.”