What is Arccos Link Pro?
Arccos Link Pro is a small, lightweight, powerful device that seamlessly connects with your Arccos sensors to automatically record your shot data and removes the need for the player to carry a smart phone in their front lead pocket during play.
How does Arccos Link Pro work?
To play your first round with the device, you will need to turn on your Link Pro. do this by simply removing the Link Pro from its Charging Case and slide the switch on the side of the device so that it displays green, you will see an LED light up on the front of the device letting you know it is powered on.
In order to pair Link Pro you need to make sure bluetooth is enabled on your phone and then select “pair Link Pro” when prompted in the arccos app.
Now you’re ready to play with your new Link Pro. simply select Link Pro as the shot detection method and start your round. with the new upgraded gps antenna the Link Pro will now sync your gps coordinates faster than ever. Once it has synced you may put the Link Pro in your front pocket, for the best results place it in your front pocket of your lead leg.
You can keep your phone in your bag, the cart, your trolley, pull cart, or keep it in your pocket, it’s entirely up to you. During the round you can also set pin positions, by quickly pressing the Flag Marking button when you are next to the hole. When you are in Bluetooth range of your smartphone Arccos Link Pro will automatically transmit your shot data allowing you to interact with your smartphone during a round, or you can wait until the round is over.
Will Arccos Link Pro work with my existing Arccos Product?
Arccos Link Pro will work with all our 2nd and 3rd generation, full set, non-Bluetooth products, including Arccos 360, Arccos Smart Sensors, Arccos Smart Grips, Cobra Connect and PING Smart Sets. It will not work with our 1st generation Bluetooth product or Arccos Driver. If you have a Bluetooth putter sensor you may be eligible for a free putter sensor upgrade, please see the next FAQ for more information.
I have a Bluetooth putter, can I use Arccos Link Pro?
Arccos Link Pro is not compatible with any of our 1st generation products, including Bluetooth putter sensors. As a gesture of goodwill, any 2nd or 3rd generation Arccos user who has a Bluetooth putter sensor will be eligible to receive a free 3rd generation putter sensor ensuring your sensors are fully compatible with Arccos Link Pro. To take advantage of this offer simply order Arccos Link Pro and email your order confirmation to Starter@arccosgolf.com requesting your free putter upgrade. Once your Arccos Link Pro ships we will also send you a new 3rd generation putter sensor.
I have a 1st generation Arccos Golf set, can I use Arccos Link Pro?
Unfortunately, Arccos Link is not compatible with any of our 1st generation Bluetooth products.
How many rounds does the Link Pro battery last?
Arccos Link Pro’s battery is designed to last for 2 rounds of golf or up to 10 hours. The charging case is an exciting new addition to the Link Pro product. Getting started with Link Pro includes understanding how the charging case functions and what the best practices are to get the most out of using the charging case.
We suggest storing the link pro in the charging case after each use. The charging case can power the Link Pro for up to 12 rounds of golf before it must be recharged. Without being charged, the Link Pro will hold up to 10 hours of battery life, or two full rounds, without additional charging in the case. The charging case also provides a safe and secure way to keep your new Link Pro stored in your golf bag for your next round.
How do I know my Link Pro is charging?
When the Link Pro is charging inside the charging case, the LEDs will illuminate in a solid state until the Link Pro inside is fully charged, at which point the LEDs will turn off and your device is ready to play again. To check the Link Pro battery level, navigate to the Link Pro diagnostics in the Arccos app.
To check the battery level of the charging case, press the button on the side of the charging case. Each led on the case represents 25% battery.
How do I know my Charging Case is charging?
When charging the Charging Case each led on the case represents 25% battery. The LEDs will blink in a cascading fashion indicating that the case is still charging. When the Charging Case is fully charged the lights will stay illuminated and solid until the case is unplugged.
When completely drained the Charging Case takes approximately 4 hours to completely charge with the included usb-c cable. For optimal charging, make sure the charging case is plugged into a wall outlet using a reliable AC adapter. Charging the case with a computer or car is not recommended.
If I use Arccos Link Pro can I still use my smartphone to access Arccos during a round?
Yes! Arccos can be accessed at any time during a round on your smartphone meaning that you can still rely on Arccos Caddie recommendations and access Arccos Rangefinder and other in-play functionality, even if you are using Arccos Link Pro to record your shot data.
Is Arccos Link Pro compatible with my smartphone?
Arccos Link is compatible with iPhone running iOS16 and newer, and Android devices, (Bluetooth, gyroscope & accelerometer required) running Pie 9.0 and newer.
How do I set up Arccos Link Pro?
Arccos Link Pro can be paired to your smartphone just as you would pair a club to the Arccos app; this is a one-time process and should only take a few minutes. An instruction manual is included with your order of Arccos Link Pro.
Will I be able to play music on my smartphone when using Arccos Link Pro?
Yes, as all your shots are now recorded by Arccos Link Pro you will be able to play music on your smartphone or via a Bluetooth speaker.
What about using the Apple Watch without my phone?
The Apple Watch app provides another no-phone-in-pocket solution for Arccos users. Compatible Models: Series 3, Series 4, Series 5, Series SE, Series 6, Series 7, Series 8, Ultra
Note: Apple Watch must be running on watchOS 7 or later and requires iPhone 6s or later with iOS 14 or later. Ultra requires app version 4.17.0 or later for shot detection.
Apple Watch Series 1 and Series 2 are not compatible for shot tracking, due to the lack of GPS in this model.
For additional frequently asked questions, including more technical questions, please visit our support site.