Wednesday, 24 July 2013
Golf PGA France du Vaudreuil   (European Tour)
Golf PGA France du Vaudreuil (European Tour)

This week Golf PGA France du Vaudreuil will play host to the debut of Live Tracking powered by Mobitee available throughout all four tournament days in France.

By using this new tool at Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge users will be able to track a player's progress on the internet, following shot by shot positions for each member of a chosen group throughout all 18 holes.

Friday, this new feature will focus on the three ball of Englishman Robert Dinwiddie, 2013 Kärnten Golf Open presented by Mazda winner Dylan Fritelli, and home favourite Victor Riu, who is fresh off a maiden professional triumph at the Swiss Challenge two weeks ago, when they tee off at 1.20pm.

As the tournament moves towards the sharp end over the weekend, the final group each day will be followed throughout the closing 36 holes, en route to crowning the first winner of Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge on Sunday afternoon.

It should be noted that this is a beta version, and that putts under two metres cannot be displayed as a more accurate figure, but otherwise this will be a fully operational test, and should provide added insight into the action at Golf PGA France du Vaudreuil.

Mobitee are already known for their Mobile Golf Assistant application which acts as a GPS tracker for people's mobile phones when playing golf across the world. The Live Tracker uses similar technology and will help Challenge Tour fans follow the action throughout all four rounds.


For more information on Mobitee, please click here.

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