ORLANDO, Fla. - August 12, 2016 - FlightScope, a world leader in the development and manufacturing of sports technology, today announces that its launch monitors will track player performance and data while participants are tested on a variety of skills during the World Golf Skills® Challenge this week.
Hosted at the TaylorMade Golf Experience in Las Vegas, participants are competing on one of the premier driving ranges in the country, and can be one of the first to qualify for the 2017 World Golf Skills Challenge and World Championships. Each player will take two shots at three different targets set at 135 yards, 150 yards and 165 yards. FlightScope's technology will be on hand to track each player's data and keep an updated live leaderboard throughout the competition.
"FlightScope is honored to partner with World Golf Skills again this year. We are excited to show participants how our technology can accurately collect performance data on a variety of skills and give them the feedback they need to make game-changing improvements," said Alex Trujillo, USA Sales Manager of FlightScope.
The winner will receive a six-month loan of a FlightScope Xi unit and a $250 TaylorMade gift card. Second place and third place will receive TaylorMade gift cards valued at $150 and $100.
To track the live World Golf Skills® Challenge leaderboard throughout the competition visit, www.worldgolfskillschallenge.com.
About World Golf Skills
World Golf Skills is a new golf education and event platform focused on improving your golf skills and making the game of golf more fun. World Golf Skills annually hosts the popular World Golf Fest in Las Vegas that features over 12 different golf events and experiences.
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