Why guess when you can measure
What is Trackman?
TrackManTM is used by the world's leading tour players and coaches, equipment manufacturers, golf academies, golf courses, club fitters and by golf's governing bodies: the USGA and R & A. Its industry leading accuracy and easy to use interface enables The Rob Noel Golf Academy to provide you with a new level of service and performance. TrackManTM measures the full trajectory of any shot, ranging from short pitches to 400-yard drives and measures the landing position with an accuracy of 1 foot at 100 yards.
How will it improve my game?
The Rob Noel Golf Academy describes it as "getting a feel through
"I participated in your "Trackman" event earlier this year. Using the "Yardage Knowledge" I gained from that session, scored big time for me. In the first tournament I played in since that session, I calmly, smoothly and confidently used the correct club for that distance and executed a shot that flew beautifully landed about 6 inches left and deep of the cup, spun back and in for an "ACE". The best thing about it was there was a New Car on the Line. That was the best $ 150 I have ever spent." --Kirk Michel
TrackManTM will provide real-time feedback on the swing and the resulting ball flight to the instructor and student, making lessons even more effective.
has been specially designed for use in a teaching session and/or to help the individual player when practicing. With Approach Practice, the player hits to defined targets and has distance from the pin immediately displayed. This is great for improving your scoring clubs.
"Because TrackManTM can measure attack angle, along with other variables, we can optimize club selection to best match an individual golfer's swing," says Rob Noel. A proper driver fitting with TrackManTM can often add as much as 30-50 yards to a golfer's drive.
It's not how far you hit the ball that matters; it's KNOWING how far you hit the ball that counts. Find Your Distance tells you the average distance and variation of each club in the bag, plus the gaps between them. Knowing this enables you to attack the course strategically and with confidence. Evaluating the gaps allow players to choose the most effective set make up for their style of play and course conditions.