Some crafty golf inventor types have come out with quite the golf gadget, the RadarGolf golf ball locator system. Long story short, the RadarGolf ball finder will locate your golf ball using a specific RF signal. Read on for details and video of the golf ball finder in action.
BPS technology uses advanced electronics to enable the handheld to transmit a specific radio frequency (RF) signal. When this signal reaches a RadarGolfBall, the ball returns a separate specific RF signal. The handheld receiver is tuned to "listen"for the signal from the ball. An LCD provides visual feedback and an audio tone allows you to hone in on your lost ball. You will receive stronger feedback as you get closer to your ball.
The handheld will locate all RadarGolfballs (in your pocket, golf bag or golf cart for example). It is critical that you keep all RadarGolf balls shielded from detection. Place all spare balls in the Shield-It pouches. The pouches are made with a special metallic fabric that blocks radio frequency signals and allows you to find only your "ball in play"when searching. Use the large pouch in your golf bag to store a dozen balls and the small pouch in your pocket for one ball.
The ball is USGA conforming and meets all USGA specifications for size, weight, distance, initial velocity and symmetry. It has been thoroughly tested for durability and performance parameters including carry, distance, roll and dispersion accuracy. The embedded microchip is so small that it does not affect the performance of the ball in any way. The chip has no power source and will last as long as the ball.