22 April 2009
FlightScope® continues to reinforce its market dominance in Europe with the news that three of the industry’s largest equipment brands, Callaway Golf, Taylor Made and Ping, have partnered with FlightScope for the 2009 season.
Callaway Golf will utilise 22 FlightScope Kudus in the UK, northern, central and southern European regions to support their demo- and custom-fitting days. Each demo team member has been fully equipped with the latest Kudu hardware running version 5.5 software, Xantrex portable power supply and Peli carry case. Richard Blamey Product Training Co coordinator for the United Kingdom commented, “FlightScope offers among the best combination of performance and value of all systems on the market, and will be a powerful tool as we custom-fit consumers with our new Fusion and Diablo drivers during 2009.”
Taylormade also believes that FlightScope will be instrumental to its success in 2009 as the company promotes its equipment range. The brand?s new flagship R9 Driver features Flight Control Technology (FCT) which lets the player change the face angle, loft and lie of the club. FlightScope’s powerful club comparison functionality enables different set-up configurations to be compared and evaluated quickly and accurately.
Ping has pioneered custom fitting and in its 50th anniversary year will deploy 10 FlightScope systems across mainland Europe to help promote the company’s G10 and Rapture metal woods. FlightScope has been working with Ping for over 12 months to integrate the data supplied by the Kudu sensor with the nFlight software developed by Ping.
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