TrackMan has a long history of working with golf radar technology. The company was established in 2003 with the sole purpose of helping golf professionals understand more about this critical moment in time. The TrackMan golf radar not only helps map these key data parameters – ball speed, attack angle, club path, face angle, etc. – it also captures the golf swing with a built-in HD video camera or with the use of external cameras.
Radar technology (also called a portable golf launch monitor or swing analyzer) is an integral part of the golf instruction today. Whether I’m using TrackMan for golf swing lessons, ball flight analysis, or club fitting, the golf radar and software is suited for tour professionals, amateurs and juniors. The software offers games and other practice applications through the laptop or mobile version which I frequently use on the lesson tee.
TrackMan Combine is a standardized test that enables you to identify the strengths and weaknesses in your golf game. Discover the clear correlation between your TrackMan Combine results and your success on the golf course. The TrackMan Combine has become the quickest way to transfer training on the practice tee to performance on the golf course.
How does the TrackMan Combine work?
The TrackMan Combine consists of 60 shots. Players hit 2 x 3 shots to 9 different targets at 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 120, 140, 160, 180 yards plus 2 x 3 drives.
After taking a TrackMan Combine, results can be accessed from the MyTrackMan.com website and your smartphone. Scores can be compared with the pros or peers by handicap, gender, age or region.