09/16/2016

Golf pros all over the globe know how much is at stake every single time they tee it up.  It goes way beyond the score, and how many strokes ahead or behind they are.  A reputation is at stake, a lifestyle, a livelihood and sometimes a place to play next season or even next week.

A pro is going to use every bit of technology available in order to save strokes on the golf course.  There’s a lot on the line.  That’s where using FlightScope comes in. 

Danny Willett is a believer.  He’s a FlightScope user and it helped him claim victory at the Dubai Desert Classic last February and of course, The Masters a few months later.  Former U.S. Amateur winner Bryson DeChambeau is also a FlightScope client and just wrapped up his PGA Tour card for next year. 

But using FlightScope isn’t just for professionals, it’s available for everyone to improve their game.

Here’s how using FlightScope works. 

It’s a motion tracking device to monitor not just the ball, but your swing.  It provides instant feedback on your golf swing by measuring 27 aspects related to your ball, swing and club.  Ball speed, spin rate, carry distance, roll, flight time, distance from the pin, club speed, angle of attack—more data than you can imagine.

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PGA Tour pros love using FlightScope and so do teaching pros, club fitters and equipment manufacturers as well. 

It’s easy to set up and use, produces real-time results and provides the most truly measured data elements being used in the game.  Statistics have proven golfers who use data and swing video analysis from FlightScope experience a higher and quicker learning curve over those who don’t. 

It’s time to combine the power of radar, with the visual feedback of video for the most complete picture of your swing. 

Using FlightScope allows you to compare your swing to anybody else you want.  Even Danny Willett.  Having someone record your swing on video is great, but when you add the FlightScope club and ball tracking data, you can really evaluate your swing and quickly see way to improve you swing and also your score.

I told you earlier FlightScope is easy to use, and it is.  It sounds complex but you don’t need a fancy computer or technicians in white lab coats.  The monitor is slightly larger than an iPad and you can even get the information on your phone using their app.  It’s time to combine the power of radar, with the visual feedback of video for the most complete picture of your swing.

The next time you take a lesson ask your teaching pro about using FlightScope.  Numbers don’t lie.  All those statistics about your swing might be a little overwhelming at first and maybe a little depressing too.  Don’t fret.  Using the feedback from FlightScope is a sure way to get you swinging the club better and scoring better as well.

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