Monthly Archives: May 2018


Getting to know: Henri Johnson, CEO of FlightScope

31 May 2018

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Click here for full article on American Golfer With its $70 million economy, more than 2 million jobs and a tourism value in excess of $22 billion, golf is one of America’s favorite pastimes and most profitable businesses. Not only is golf a successful business, the companies and brands that supply high-end equipment and technology…


Q&A with Andrew Park

30 May 2018

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South Africa native Andrew Park started golfing at age 11 and was later selected to play on the South African Junior National Team. His 4 tournament wins throughout his college career at Brevard College and the University of South Alabama led him to make the All-State, All-Conference, and All-American teams. In 1993, Andrew turned professional and went…


Q&A with Lyndon Wilson

23 May 2018

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Originally from England, Lyndon Wilson has over 20 club titles from his homeland. In 1998, he began his golf mentoring career in the U.S. for the Tiger Woods Foundation Clinic at Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando. For over 16 years, he has been the owner and operator of Golf Studio 360, an…


Illini Rely on Student Who Geeks Out on Baseball Analytics

17 May 2018

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Click here to read full article from ABC News Charlie Young, a student at the University of Illinois and a self-described baseball geek, was at the right place at the right time when the Illini became one of the increasing number of college teams to delve into analytics. When coaches want to know about a…


Q&A with Dan Carraher

16 May 2018

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Dan Carraher, a consistently ranked  Top 50 Instructor in the World and a FlightScope Advisory Board member, currently teaches at the UNF Golf Complex in Jacksonville, FL. He has had PGA Tour teaching credentials since 2009 and has taught players on the PGA, European, Web.com, Challenge, and LPGA tours, as well as top amateur and…


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