COME AND EXPERIENCE THE TRACKMAN 4
Based on a Doppler Radar, TrackMan is a technology that makes it possible to measure, in real time, what the golf club and the ball are doing at the moment of impact in three-dimensional space. As many as 21 high-precision data are read and recorded during the shot including: the position of the club face at impact, swing and ball flight data, head and ball speed, length of the shot and the dispersion...
TrackMan is the first radar of its kind that can measure the full path of each shot, from 3 to 400 meters, pinpointing where a golf ball lands to within 1 meter.
Data provided in its purest form.
WHAT THE TRACKMAN MEASURES
- Clubhead speed
- Hit distance (both flight and roll)
- Error amount (laterally quantified in meters)
- Clubhead trajectory
- Club face position
- Angle of attack
- Club loft at impact
- How well do I hit the ball (SMASH FACTOR)
A radar system tracks everything the club does before, during and after impact - from commonly known parameters such as Club Path and Face Angle to Swing Direction and Spin Loft. The other radar system tracks the ball's entire flight, from launch to landing and everything in between, including launch angle, spin rate, and camber.
USING THE TRACKMAN MEANS IMPROVING FASTER
- THE ANGLE OF ATTACK (ATTACK ANGLE):
From up or down, the trajectory of the clubhead's center of gravity during the time interval of impact.
- SWING TRAJECTORY (SWING PLANE):
Horizontal direction of the swing in relation to the target at the lowest point of the arc of the swing. We are aware that this is almost never the point of impact.
- CLUB PATH (CLUB PATH):
Three-dimensional trajectory of the clubhead's center of gravity during the time interval of impact.
- CLUB FACE:
Horizontal position of the club face to the target at the point of maximum deformation of the golf ball.
- DYNAMIC LOFT (DINAMIC LOFT):
The amount of club loft (inclination) at the point of maximum deformation of the golf ball. This is the amount of loft that is directly responsible for the launch and spin of the shot.
- SPIN LOFT:
The three-dimensional difference between dynamic loft and angle of attack. This is also known as the D Plane (DPlane).
- SPIN AXIS:
The orientation of the horizontal axis on which the golf ball spins.
- CLUB HEAD SPEED (CLUB SPEED):
The speed of the clubhead's center of gravity just prior to impact.
- BALL ROTATIONS (SPIN RATE):
How much the ball spins in each shot. We can measure the amount of backspin on short shots and know how much to reduce this effect on the driver for greater distance.
- SMASH FACTOR:
The ratio of ball speed to clubhead speed.