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FlightScope to introduce Mevo+ at 2020 PGA Merchandise Show

19 January 2020
Newest portable launch monitor is engineered for avid golfers.

(ORLANDO, FL) – FlightScope – global leader and pioneer in tracking and analyzing sports performance data – will unveil Mevo+ at the 2020 PGA Merchandise Show (booth #651), its newest portable launch monitor purposefully-engineered for avid golfers. The favorably priced unit works both indoors and outdoors and accurately tracks a wide array of data, as well as providing simulations of golf courses and other gamification elements.

The 3D Doppler radar-based system tracks 16 data points, including carry distance, ball and club head speed, smash factor, spin rate, spin axis, spin loft, angle of attack, horizontal and vertical launch angle, lateral landing, roll and total distance, shot type, apex height and flight time. An industry first feature, FlightScope Data Margins, allows you to set minimum and maximum values for any data parameter giving you instant visual feedback with simple green and red performance data displays.

Beyond its effectiveness in tracking data, Mevo+ offers skills combines, customizable challenges and simulated courses for the ultimate practice and entertainment experience. The package ($1999) includes E6 Simulation Software which gives players the ability to practice on 17 types of driving ranges, virtually play five different golf courses and various mini-games, all displayed on mobile devices. Users can purchase more courses for an annual subscription.

“The Mevo+ is a game-changer for serious golfers who want to create efficient and enjoyable practice sessions, as it provides incredibly useful performance information and next level entertainment features,” says Henri Johnson, Founder and CEO of FlightScope. “Essentially, it combines the benefits of high-end launch monitors with the top attributes of simulators, for the best of both worlds.”

Golfers can practice without interruption using the new FlightScope Golf app on their mobile phone to automatically record, clip and save each video with data overlay. All videos and data are captured and stored automatically, allowing players to review each session, share with others and analyze progress.

With accurate, performance-driven technology, FlightScope transforms the way golf is analyzed and how players improve performance. FlightScope launch monitors are trusted by a large and growing number of TOUR players and coaches including Bryson DeChambeau, Matthew Wolff, Bubba Watson, Charl Schwartzel, Pat Perez, Scott McCarron, George Gankas, Mike Schy, Claude Harmon III and many more.

For more information on Mevo+ or other FlightScope products / offerings, please visit www.flightscope.com or call 407.967.7121.

About FlightScope
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.

More information: flightscope.com.

Nathan Rubinstein