TrackMan is the industry standard for accuracy,
flexibility, reliability, and ease of use. It is the choice of the PGA Tour, USGA and R&A for swing and ball flight analysis. A staple on professional tours, with leading educators, club fitters, manufacturers and players.
Designed for beginners to the complete golfer – TrackMan® provides the platform that helps you improve your golf game, whether you are a tour pro or a Sunday golfer looking to cut a few strokes off your round.
It is the industry leader in measuring club head delivery and the entirety of the balls flight from launch to landing. The golf radar can pick up valuable information about your club head, giving a precise picture of the club during impact. With the aid of this revolutionary machine determining what needs to be adjusted has never been so simple.
The technology used is called Doppler and has been widely used in military applications to track missiles and projectiles since the 1960′s. It has now been adapted for golf and tracks shots within a range of short pitches to 400 yard drives. It delivers unparalleled accuracy and data, displaying the actual 3D trajectory in real time and providing 26 different parameters. It displays both the graphics and parameters in this easy to use layout.
The Combine Test Benchmark your game
TrackMan Combine is a standardised test, enabling golfers and the instructor to identify strengths and weaknesses – as well as compare their performance to other peers. This is a superb way to take your game to the next level, as focus can be placed on the identified weak areas.
The test consists of 60 shots; each is scored on a scale of 0-100. The client will hit 6 shots to 60 yards, 70, 80, 90, 100, 120, 140, 160, 180, and with the driver. Once this is complete, an overall score will be given and the results will be uploaded on your Trackman account at www.mytrackman.com. This allows students and teachers to review results at anytime. click > here < for latest scoreboard.
The database consists of thousands of scores. The range of participants stretches from major championship winners to 25 handicappers and everywhere in between.