Monthly Archives: July 2011

Photo from the International Golf Academy which uses FlightScope X1 golf launch monitors as golf training aids.

Pros to Lead Golf Academy at Laolao

27 July 2011

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New international golf academy implements FlightScope X1 golf launch monitors as golf training aids.  Pros Mark Steinbauer and Mancil Davis will lead the newly established International Golf Academy at the Laolao Bay Golf Resort. – by Walter J. Sutherland Follow the story here   

Photo of the Colorado Golf Academy which uses a FlightScope launch monitor at its driving range.

New FlightScope at Colorado Golf Academy

27 July 2011

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Colorado Golf Academy has installed a new FlightScope ball tracking radar at their facility, where it is being used as a golf training aid.   

Golf instructor Dave Seeman talking about how he uses a FlightScope golf launch monitor for club fitting.

Even Instructors Need Help

27 July 2011

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In this video Dave Seeman talks about the insights he had after using FlightScope, as a golf training aid, the adjustments he made to his swing and the benefits he reaped as a result.

Photo showing a FlightScope X2 golf launch monitor like the one used at the 140th British Open.

FlightScope and HSBC at the 140th British Open

20 July 2011

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FlightScope’s support to HSBC will be in two key areas. The practice ground is always a favorite destination for visitors and this year they will see 4 FlightScope X2 systems located on the range connected by wireless technology to Apple Ipads. As players practice detailed performance data is delivered directly to the Ipad in real time allowing them to fine tune their games as they prepare for their rounds. Those visitors inspired and intrigued by what they see on the practice range can then try out the technology for themselves in the 2 bay FlightScope Driving Range located within the HSBC Golf Zone.

Screencap showing data gathered by a FlightScope golf launch monitor from a British Open game.

FlightScope at the British Open

14 July 2011

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FlightScope set up small golf launch monitors on the range and sent the data to iPads. The lines shown here represent shots hit by Lucas Glover during his warm-up session on Monday morning. The information collected on the range was also posted on monitors in a fan pavilion.  Credit: David Dusek

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