Unleash your golf potential with a TrackMan experience

Now you can experience precision swing analysis and ball tracking just like a PGA Tour Pro with our new Trackman system.

Whether it’s improving your game or getting the right clubs expertly fitted, a Trackman experience will unleash your golf potential!

What We Track

The data we capture provides instant feedback on the full array of factors for any shot, in real time. And it doesn’t matter whether it’s a little 10ft chip shot or a 250m drive, the Trackman system will track 10 critical measures:

  • Club Path
  • Attack Angle
  • Face Angle
  • Dynamic Loft
  • Impact Zone
  • Club Speed
  • Ball speed
  • Smash Factor
  • Ball Spin
  • Shot Carry

The TrackMan lesson or club fitting takes approximately an hour and costs only $140.

Use the contact details below to book your Trackman lesson or club fitting experience.


To book a lesson call, email or click the button below.

Mobile – 0457 444 279



More on TrackMan

Golf practice and player development are going through a period of tremendous change, and technology is a central component in that transformation. The mapping of swing DNA is now possible, as is the quantification and comparison of swing feel vs. real.

Technology also empowers us to monitor granular swing changes over time. These are just a few, compelling examples of how to unleash talent more effectively.

With the TrackMan experience, you have all those tools to jump ahead.


Data that really matters

We also call it TrackMan’s heart as all insights derive from here. It is the very foundation on which all analysis and performance enhancing software are developed; pure, precise, and reliable data that allows you to dissect and understand the DNA of your swing.

This is why all the leaders of the game trust and use TrackMan.

With TrackMan, you will discover the importance and advantage of receiving instant and actionable feedback on club delivery, launch, ball flight, and landing.

The TrackMan numbers are the brain behind it all.

Players use and trust our numbers for two main reasons: precision and reliability.

With the TrackMan lesson, you will quickly understand why and how to use your data.

With a TrackMan lesson, you’ll be using one of the most revolutionary training tool in golf.

We track the full trajectory of any shot, from 6m pitches to 300m drives, pinpointing the landing position with an accuracy of less than 30cm at 100 ym.

The TrackMan also displays the shot’s 3D trajectory together with 26 impact and ball flight parameters in real time (data is delivered within 1 second).


Smash Factor is ball speed divided by club speed. Smash Factor relates to the amount of energy transferred from the club head to the golf ball. The higher the smash factor the better the energy transfer.

Spin Rate is the amount of spin on the golf ball immediately after impact. Spin rate has a major influence on the height and distance of a shot. Spin rate is one of the least appreciated numbers, especially in windy conditions.

Launch Angle is the angle the ball takes off at relative to the ground. Launch angle is highly correlated to dynamic loft. Launch angle will always be a little less than dynamic loft, but will have a similar value.

Carry is the distance the ball travels through the air. An important thing to know about carry is that the value is given for a landing area that is the same height as where the ball is hit from. Then the golfer can adjust for uphill and downhill shots on the course.

Ball Speed is the speed of the golf ball immediately after impact. Ball speed is created by club speed and impact. Bad impact such as shots hit on the toe or heel will reduce the potential ball speed.

Club Speed determines a golfer’s potential distance. Club Speed is the speed the club head is traveling immediately prior to impact. More club speed equals more potential distance.

Dynamic Loft is the amount of loft on the club face at impact. The golfer’s attack angle, how the shaft bends, how the golfer releases the club head, whether the club face is open or closed to the club path, and where the ball makes contact on the club face can all impact the dynamic loft.

Attack Angle is the direction the club head is moving (up or down) at impact. Shots hit off the ground should have a negative attack angle in order to create “ball first” contact. However, golfers with slower club speeds should be careful not to hit too much down (negative attack angle) with their irons.

Club Path is the direction the club head is moving (right or left) at impact. Most golfers relate this number to hitting the ball “in-to-out” or “out-to-in”. A positive value means the club is moving to the right of the target at impact (“in-to-out” for a right-handed golfer) and a negative value means it is moving to the left of the target (“out-to-in” for a right-handed golfer).

Face Angle is the direction the club face is pointed (right or left) at impact. Most golfers refer to this as having an “open” or “closed” club face. A positive value means the club face is pointed to the right of the target at impact (“open” for a right-handed golfer) and a negative value means the club face is pointed to the left of the target (“closed” for a right-handed golfer).