In another installment of Teaching with Technology, Todd Kolb demonstrates how the FlightScope launch monitor allows instructors and golfers to analyze exactly what needs to be adjusted to avoid the most common shot on the golf course, a slice or fade.
PGA Teaching Professional Peter Finch explains how golfers can learn to control ball flight between high and low trajectories, which is especially useful in windy conditions.
In this segment of Teaching with Technology, Todd Kolb shows us how FlightScope technology allows instructors to provide the best learning environment for students to improve and get their game on target.
FlightScope Tracer was broadcast live on television in South Korea at this year’s South Korean LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship.
TaylorMade launched their new Unmetal wood, the M1. FlightScope Xi Tour was there to measure the golf professionals’ shot and swing statistics.
Todd Kolb explains not only what angle of attack is, but also shows us how it should differ from club to club and shot to shot.
Now for the first time ever the teacher has the ability to accurately measure and analyse the gear effects between the club and the ball using the X2 Elite and the ultra high speed video footage of the Phantom cameras.
The FlightScope Academy has been established to provide a forum to educate both FlightScope customers and golf professionals around the world on the basic operation, best practices and how to get the most of the FlightScope technology available at their facility.
TaylorMade recently produced a commercial to promote their fastest driver ever, the AeroBurner. The commercial features TaylorMade’s longest PGA Tour driver, Dustin Johnson. The FlightScope Xi Tour was on set to capture Dustin Johnson’s data after swinging as fast as he could. Watch the commercial to see how fast he swung.
The new microwave radar design of the FlightScope x2 elite launch monitor has led to a superior signal-to-noise ratio which results in better accuracy. FlightScope’s CEO, Henri Johnson, along with Vice President of Sales, Madelein Nel, and Application Specialist, David Nel, explain how the new design and accuracy of the x2 elite make this launch…
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The FlightScope x2 elite launch monitor has several improvements that make the unit state of the art. Improvements include a more robust handle and auto leveling feet, built in wireless Boresight camera, improved accuracy and more.
Peter Finch demonstrates, on his FlightScope X2 launch monitor, how hitting down and generating a negative angle of attack with a 3 wood can increase the accuracy of one’s shots.
Filip Goovaerts from FGAcademy explains how to hit the ball farther with a driver while using a FlightScope X2 launch monitor. The data shows that by hitting upward on the ball, spin rate is decreased and angle of attack is increased which results in increased distance.
Trent Wearner, from Trent Wearner Golf Academy in Colorado, explains three benefits of using the FlightScope X2 launch monitor. The benefits include immediate, concrete data, the data given for speciality shots and how it provides students with a competitive mode to practice.
Joe Miller explains how he uses his FlightScope X2 launch monitor daily during his lessons and personal practice. As a ReMax World Long Drive Champion, Miller’s main focus is on hitting the ball farther and living by the motto “Hit it high, let it fly”. Watch to see his ideal angle of attack, ball speed,…