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As a golfer, you find your rewards on the course. That is where your hard work will hopefully pay off, and you’ll be able to shoot scores and hit shots that you’ll remember for a lifetime. As for the hard work part of the equation, that will be done on the driving range.

As a professional golfer, I can confirm something you may already know to be true – this game is hard.

Really hard.

Amateur golfers tend to think that the pros make the game look easy, but I’m here to tell you it doesn’t feel easy. Golf is a challenge, no matter how many rounds you have under your belt. I like to use the best technology available to help me rise to the challenge I face on the course, and the GCQuad quadrascopic launch monitor fits that bill perfectly.

 

In golf, every shot you hit is important. You can’t take any of them for granted because they all have the potential to go wrong in one way or another. From the longest drive to the shortest putt, each and every stroke is crucial—which is why driving a golf ball is such a valuable step on the road to playing better golf.

As a golfer, you know it’s nearly impossible to hide from a poor swing. The game has an uncanny way of finding and exposing weaknesses. But if you’re committed to reaching your goals, reducing strokes, and generally playing a better round of golf, it’s critical to start improving your swing as quickly as possible.

Foresight Sports has announced the latest addition to its line of cutting-edge solutions designed for the rapidly growing commercial entertainment range market. DTS, short for Downrange Tracking System, is a modular, easily installed camera system which measures final ball placement and shot distances. When combined with the company’s GC line of launch monitors – including the GCQuad and the new GCHawk – DTS delivers a precise view of players’ ball’s performance from the moment of impact to the exact resting spot on the green.