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FlightScope is the world's leader in 3D ball tracking technology. Using FlightScope for custom club fitting we can see in minute detail how each club is performing and how to make you and the club perform better. Using the state of the art FlightScope technology we measure club and ball speeds, shot shape, launch angles and backspin, carry distance, total distance and accuracy and much, much more. This can be used for woods and irons and will help lower your handicap - Guaranteed!
With all these checks, you are in the best possible position to ensure your new golf clubs are perfect for your swing, stature and physical condition. Take the doubt out of choosing your new clubs - book your own FlightScope fitting now! You can book your FlightScope fitting now for only £19.99 which includes a 45 minute fitting session. Best of all, you get the full amount refunded against any purchases you make following your fitting. Call Now on 01642 498772 to book your very own FlightScope® session!
FlightScope is an ideal tool for custom club fitting as it provides accurate ball flight and club travel information, rather than only launch data as provided by most other instruments on the market. To optimize shaft selection, the Acceleration Profile provided by FlightScope makes it easy to determine when players are fitted with the correct shaft for their specific swing and loading of the shaft during the swing. The Acceleration Profile measured by FlightScope provides an instantaneous measure of the quality of the golf shaft fit for the player being tested. Accurate club and ball speeds, shot shape and launch angles, carry distance and backspin comprise the dataset required in order to perform a custom fitting procedure. In addition to the club head speed at impact, the FlightScope system also provides the club head speed profile before, through and after the strike. In addition, the FlightScope system also measures a 3D club path through the strike zone, providing the fitter with angle of attack in both the vertical and horizontal directions. For more information visit www.flightscope.com.