Technology

Throughout his successful career as a coach, Dylan has been able to experience first-hand the positive impact technology has on his players’ speed and ability to learn.

TrackMan

TrackMan

Besides being the ball tracking technology of choice for the most recognized professional Organizations and Tours (PGA Tour, European Tour, R&A), TrackMan provides the player with an unparalleled platform to understand the true cause and effect of ball flight. Additionally, it is a fun technology that enables the players to train distance control and test their shot accuracy.

Mizuno Fitting

Mizuno Fiting

The most precise and revolutionary system for club fitting that deciphers the players swing DNA to better select the correct club design and shaft specifications. It is extremely difficult to maximize your true potential when your equipment is holding you back.

K-Vest

K-Vest

This is a 3D wireless-sensor-based technology that allows real time capture of the movements performed by the player during their swing. It not only provides detailed analysis of the swing itself but also enables the player to properly train the correct postures and movements, receiving real time auditory and visual feedback.

V1 Pro

V1 Pro

The most popular teaching video analysis system enables capturing the technique from multiple angles simultaneously; thereby allowing the player to gain a visual understanding and pinpoint what is happening in their game.

Edufii “connected coaching”

Edufii

Edufii is a digital app that allows the coach and player to be in constant communication wherever they may be. The coach can closely monitor the player’s progress ensuring consistent improvement.

Shot-by Shot

Shot-by-Shot

Shot-by-shot is a stat performance app allowing players to keep track of their strengths and continue working on specific weaknesses to achieve lower scores.

Swinguru 3D

Swinguru 3D

The Swinguru Pro 3D Motion & Balance Tracking System gives the instructor a better understanding of weight shifting and balance patterns during the golf swing by providing details of center of gravity (CoG) distribution (left/right, heel/toe) but also vertical measurements (up/down).

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