26 January 2021
(ORLANDO, FL) – FlightScope – the pioneer and global leader in tracking and analyzing sports performance data – will exhibit its new Augmented Reality (AR) Kit for Mevo+ and X3 launch monitors, as well as unveiling the new FlightScope Learning Program at the 2021 PGA Merchandise Show, held virtually January 26-29.
Additionally, the company will present a special educational session titled “Maximize Strokes Gained with FlightScope Skills” on Thursday, January 28 from 10:00 to 10:35 a.m. EST. The program will be presented by Founder and CEO Henri Johnson and Senior Sales Manager, Alex Trujillo.
The new FlightScope Augmented Reality feature is included in the FS Golf App and is available with the Mevo+ and X3 models. The new features gives teaching, club fitting, and practice sessions a live TV broadcast look and feel. The FS Golf app lets you view real-time ball trajectory and data parameter overlays on video clips from any vantage point.
New FlightScope Learning certification courses are designed to help professionals gain a better level of understanding and application of FlightScope technology in their teaching or fitting practices. The company will provide the knowledge needed to hone skills and add value to students, customers and the game of golf. Various packages will be offered and MSR credit hours will be provided to PGA professionals upon completion. While the program debuts at the PGA Show, it will officially be rolled out on February 1.
“We are dedicated to developing the most technologically advanced tracking radars in the industry, while providing teachers and coaches the educational tools to get the most out of our products,” says Henri Johnson, Founder and CEO of FlightScope. “The PGA Merchandise Show has always been an excellent platform to launch new technologies and services and we look forward to showing the industry what we’ve been working on.”
If you are interested in speaking with a FlightScope representative during the 2021 PGA Merchandise Show, please reach out to Ryan Parsons at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FlightScope is the industry leader and pioneer in tracking and analyzing sports performance data. Its products and tournament services represent the pinnacle of tracking technology, enabling players and coaches to measure and analyze every aspect of performance with unmatched accuracy.
With accurate, performance-driven technology, FlightScope transforms the way golf is analyzed and how players improve. The company’s renowned products are trusted by a large and growing number of TOUR players and top teachers, including teachers like George Gankas and Mike Schy, and professionals like Bryson DeChambeau, Bubba Watson, Pat Perez, Charl Schwartzel, and more.
For more information, please visit www.flightscope.com.
The industry leader and pioneer in tracking and analyzing sports performance data, FlightScope was founded in 1989 when its proprietary technology was originally used to track projectiles for the defense industry. Turning its attention to the world of sports, it has pioneered a variety of innovations to help improve athletic performance in multiple sports categories, including golf, tennis, baseball, softball, cricket and more to come.
Among the groundbreaking inventions it has designed and engineered are: the world’s first autonomous cricket bowling speed radar (1992), the first 3D Doppler radar in golf (2000), the first accurate tennis serve speed radar (2001), the first 3D Doppler radar for golf simulators – called “FlightScope TBox” (2002), the first 3D Doppler radar for golf driving ranges – called “FlightScope The Game,” which included game software and in-bay TV monitors (2003). Additionally, FlightScope was the first to integrate 3D Doppler tracking into television broadcasts, as showcased at the 2004 Nedbank Golf Challenge and Battle at the Bridges exhibition match.
Renowned for accuracy and ease-of-use, FlightScope products represent the pinnacle of tracking technology, enabling players and coaches to measure and analyze every aspect of performance with unmatched accuracy.
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