When you have a lesson using Trackman you will also be able to set up your own personal account with them at trackmangolf.com. This account is called My Trackman and will keep all of your data we send from your lesson as well as other useful and interesting videos, Screen casts, inside the tour articles, plus much more.
Trackman is a great tool for any pupil to help them improve. It gives feedback and fact to help you understand why the ball is behaving as it is. You only pay for the time and it can be used to help you chip the ball close to improving the distance of your driver…plus everything in between. If you haven’t experienced a lesson using Trackman then it will honestly blow your mind and is worth a try!
Some of the most common uses for Trackman
Gapping Reports – As Trackman is so accurate it may be time to take advantage of it and check your yardages. This can be done for just your wedges (30 minutes) or for a full set from your longest to your shortest club (60 – 90 minutes). Gapping reports will tell you 2 main things. Firstly how far you are hitting each club and secondly if you have any clubs which are either over or under performing. This can be an array of reasons from shaft flex to lofts or lies. A good game of golf is based around complete conviction and gapping reports can confirm what you do and potentially what you may need to address.
Shaping the ball – It is not secret that the ball will start nearer to the face aim than the swing path – Trackman told us this. Therefore shaping the ball has never been so easy…. Wit the help of clear simple feedback you will be able to hit those draws or indeed address those slices in a short space of time. The key is to make ‘feel real’. In other words allows technical feedback for your feelings. What may feel correct could actually be detrimental to changing your ball flight.