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The Par 3 Test: Tee or no tee?

SHOULD YOU TEE UP YOUR IRON ON A PAR 3? Years ago I decided to stop teeing up my ball on par 3s with my irons because I felt that it gave me a better chance at hitting an accurate shot. Whether or not it was actually true, I believed that when I teed the…

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FlightScope Data Parameters

With FlightScope, as with all launch monitors for golf, it’s all about the data! Last week we discussed some of the data parameters using the FlightScope VX application during our Facebook Live session. The parameters discussed were ball speed, club head speed, smash factor, vertical launch angle, and horizontal launch angle. These data parameters are…

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Frequently Asked Questions

Last week FlightScope conducted a Facebook Live session to inform the audience about the frequently asked questions that we receive on a daily basis. These questions were gathered from our current customer base, sales consultants, and others within the golf industry. Please visit our FAQ page on the FlightScope website for answers to the questions…

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Off-Center Hits and Ball Flight

What is the hardest part of playing golf? Many would say hitting the center of the club face. I definitely agree. Not only is hitting the center of the face important, but even more important is hitting the center of gravity on the club. The angular difference between Club Face and Club Path plays a…

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Incorrect Radar Alignment

Proper alignment of your FlightScope radar is a key element in collecting the most accurate data. Boresighting is the act of verifying the alignment of a sight and bore (on a firearm). This same principle is true when it comes to your FlightScope launch monitor. The radar has one reference point, which is the intended…

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