June 22, 2007
OptimalFlight to Test Players for Free at Championships to DEMO New Launch Technology
From: USDGA - Jun 22, 2007
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Friday, June 22, 2007
OptimalFlight Golf Joins in to
Players Can Test Their System at Far Oaks
and Get a Free Analysisâ€¦
Do you know the perfect launch angle for your drives?
Are you using the right driver to cut those doglegs?
At the national championships, OptimalFlight Golf and Deaf Golfer and developer Todd Kos, will be on hand for two days offering free testing of their system to the competitors at the tournament. â€œWhat a great chance for our players to have the same tools the PGA Tour guys get,â€ commented Tournament Director Rob Strano.
At the USDGA US Championships, golfers will have the opportunity to participate in a world premiere "OptimalFlight on the Range" experience. Hit your current equipment or compare drivers in a free launch monitor session and receive a complimentary OptimalFlight analysis report.
OptimalFlight is a breakthrough golf program that helps golfers and clubfitters analyze and interact with launch monitor data. A launch monitor captures ball launch conditions after it leaves the club. OptimalFlight can recreate the ball flight and how it can be optimized to achieve longer drives (carry + roll) or a specific distance for their irons and fairway woods. Extensive data validation has shown OptimalFlight to produce results comparable to the best launch monitors in the world and validated by real-world data.
OptimalFlight runs on Microsoft Excel. It produces high quality reports of up to 4 ball flights at the same time and offers database feature to save launch monitor data. Driver, shaft, and ball studies can provide valuable insight on what's working and what's not (ex: (too much spin) so you can get the most out of your golf game.
A growing list of world-class clubfitters who use OptimalFlight are listed here ( http://www.qualitygolfstats.com/golfservices.html ). In addition, OptimalFlight is a sponsor of the Association of Golf Clubfitting Professionals who has a comprehensive list of clubfitters to meet golfer's fitting needs ( http://www.clubfitter.org/ ).
The USDGA and the Tournament Committee are excited to offer this service to the players during the practice days. Also, look for major golf companies on the range during those days for players to test new equipment.
A sign-up sheet will be available at Far Oaks Golf Club for sessions on July 15 and 16. Look for more information in the host hotel Player Hospitality Center and at Far Oaks.
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