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Trackman Combine shows golfers where they need to improve

January 29, 2014

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All golfers need to improve their performance. But unless you know your exact weaknesses, it’s tough to know how to focus your practice. The Trackman Combine ends the confusion by clearly showing golfers their shortcomings. No wonder it’s one of the most popular advanced technologies available to Old Palm Golf Club members in the Golf Studio. “Trackman Combine establishes a baseline to gauge improvement in a structured manner,” says Bud Taylor, Director of Golf. “It identifies weaknesses, so members can work on those specific areas of their games.” Trackman Combine is a test of 60 shots—six shots at 10 different targets of varying lengths, starting at 60 yards. Each shot is scored on a scale of 1-100 depending on how close it is to the target. The technology takes variables such as wind, temperature and ball type in consideration when comparing a golfer’s performance during different sessions. Following the test, the Trackman Combine quickly computes a score that shows the shots’ average distances from each target. The score presents exact details so golfers know at which distances they are the most accurate and inaccurate.  

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