Monthly Archives: November 2015

How to Change your Ball Flight Trajectory with Peter Finch

30 November 2015

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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. As he demonstrates, by positioning the ball in the center of his stance and placing 65 percent of body weight on the lead foot, a golfer will be able…

Upcoming Events

24 November 2015

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FlightScope will be at a number of events at the end of 2015 and beginning of the new year. GCAA & WGCA Convention Date: December 7-9, 2015 Location: Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, NV FlightScope is a Partner FlightScope will be exhibiting Dec. 7-8 in booth #220 ABCA Convention Date: January…

US Golf TV – Helping Golfing Students Using FlightScope

17 November 2015

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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. By combining video, the FlightScope golf launch monitor simplifies the data and visually demonstrates how to alter swing to get better numbers.

FlightScope to Showcase Premier Golf Products at Big Boys Toys Event

16 November 2015

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Leader in golf tech to host interactive demo area for show attendees to try out top of the line equipment ORLANDO, Fla. – November 13, 2015 – FlightScope®, a world leader in the development and manufacturing of 3D Doppler club and ball tracking monitors, golf radars and launch monitors for sports, today announces its team…

FlightScope Participates in Online Golf Summit 2015

13 November 2015

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PGA Master Professional John Hughes and FlightScope USA Sales Manager Alex Trujillo joined the Online Golf Summit 2015 yesterday for their talk on the horizontal swing plane. As they explained, the horizontal swing plane is the direction of the club’s sweet spot relative to the line, measured at the lowest point in the swing. At…

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