Game Golf issues Pro-Am Par Challenge

Game Golf, the wearable device that automatically tracks and graphically displays a golfer’s round with game data and statistics, has announced the signing of Chesson Hadley as a brand ambassador. In recognition of this important addition to its team of PGA Tour ambassadors, Game Golf will issue its first-ever Pro-Am Par Challenge.

This Challenge will see Chesson and fellow Game Golf ambassadors Graeme McDowell, Jim Furyk and Lee Westwood all uploading their data following their practice rounds, giving Game Golf users the chance to compete against four of the world’s best players on the Game platform.

Golfers compete by joining the Game Golf Pro Am Par Challenge and posting a round before 6 April. The winner will be determined based on the total number of pars scored during their posted round. In the case of a tie, the overall winner will be determined by most birdies scored during a player’s round. Game Golf users can participate by logging on to:

John McGuire, CEO of Game Golf said, “We are excited to welcome Chesson into the Game Golf family and, in honour of that, created the Game Golf Par Challenge which allows our platform users to compete with Chesson and our other professional tour players. Only through Game Golf’s community and the social aspect of the platform can amateurs compete virtually with the game’s best no matter where they are. The Game Golf Par Challenge embodies the future of the game and how fellow golfers and even professionals will interact and compete globally.”

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