We use industry-leading technology to identify club components that will provide each of our clients a measurable improvement to their game. We also use cutting edge equipment and techniques to build each club to exact specifications so they can play their best on the course.
TrackMan is a Doppler radar-based technology that allows us to measure what the golf club and ball are doing in real time. When a shot is hit, TrackMan generates 21 specific measurements that accurately identify the impact and ball flight conditions for that particular shot. TrackMan plays an integral part in ensuring that our clients receive the best performing equipment for their game.
GEARS is a full swing club and body tracking system used by PGA pros, club fitters, and club manufacturers to measure and analyze every nuance of a swing from address to follow-through, in full 3-D. GEARS is the most advanced motion capture solution developed specifically for golf.
Foresight – GC Quad
GC Quad is the industry’s first quadroscopic launch monitor. With 4 cameras providing 4 unique perspectives, the GC Quad can perceive even the most subtle changes in angle and rotation, in a wider field of view. The high-resolution system offers significantly tighter tolerances, taking launch monitor reliability to a new level.
Our patented industry-leading Club‑Conex adapter systems allow us to fit clients with the best shaft and head combination for every club in their bag. By producing all components in the U.S.A., we have control over the various manufacturing processes that are required to create precise Club‑Conex parts.
The SST PURE® Shaft Alignment System analyzes the structure of any golf shaft and identifies its most stable bending plane, or Neutral‑Axis™. When the club head is assembled in the SST PURE® orientation, the result is improved consistently from club to club within your set.
Quintic Ball Roll software utilizes a high-speed camera to track the golf ball and putter during impact. The software automatically provides all of the needed information regarding the putter and ball, both graphically and numerically, in a way that was previously only available in full swing analysis software for irons and woods.