As the Golf Channel continues to ramp up its $100 million purchase of the golfing app GolfScore, Netstar is also expanding its tracking device offerings to other sports.
Netstar is launching its Golf Tracker with the addition of a Bluetooth-enabled GPS device.
This device has been designed to track golfers, greens, holes, greens-and-pads, fairways, and more.
The new Golf Tracker will also track golf courses, greens and more as well as track the net of your netstar device.
According to Netstar, the Golf Tracker is capable of tracking up to five golf courses at a time, up to four greens at a rate of up to 15 feet per second, and can track over 300 greens at speeds up to 40 feet per minute.
The Golf Tracker comes in a wide variety of colors.
The new one is also available in a black and red color option.
The company also announced that its newest golf-tracking device will come in three new colors.
This new Golf Tracker features a black-and black color option that will come with the Golf Pro.
The $99 Golf Tracker also comes with a GPS that will allow the user to track their golf course, greens or even net.
NetStar has been aggressively targeting golf as a major sport since launching its golf tracking platform in 2012.
The company has been tracking the activity of its golfers since 2014, when it launched its first tracking device.
It has since expanded its technology and created a range of products that include a net-tracking app for the iPhone, an iPad, Android and Windows devices, and an Android app.