AMI Sports: Golf has many features to allow you to track and optimize your golf. Whether you are on the driving range, putting green or out on the course for a practice round or competing in a tournament, there are many insights to be gained by logging on the app.

Check out one of our recent blogs: Five reasons to use live practice monitoring on the driving range!

Click on the image below to explore the insights you can gain from the golf monitoring features available on the AMI Sports: Golf app.

For support on how to log your golf sessions on AMI Sports: Golf – click here and for further information on how to use AMI Sports: Golf, please visit the support blog.

Senior Lecturer in Sports Coaching at | AMI Sports: Golf | + posts

Dr Ben Langdown is a Senior Lecturer in Sports Coaching at The Open University and has published various journal papers in the area of golf and sports science. Specifically, Ben's research focuses on athlete monitoring, warm-up protocols, and training interventions in the sport of golf. Ben is also a Strength and Conditioning Coach for England Golf and over the past 15 years has provided biomechanics and S&C support to golfers from amateurs through to European (Men’s and Ladies’) Tours and a European Senior Tour Season Champion. Ben has presented at 4 World Golf Fitness Summits and the 2018 World Scientific Congress of Golf, where he also acted as an invited review panel member supporting education for >150 academics/coaches. He has delivered various invited keynote workshops with international organisations, including England Golf, The PGAs of GB&I, Spain, Czech Republic and Slovakia with all adopting his applied approaches. Most recently, Ben has developed the AMI Sports: Golf athlete monitoring app allowing further insight into golfers’ practice, tournaments, training and daily wellbeing.