First of all it is important to understand that Trackman 4 is not a generic name for launch monitors, it is very much a product in its own right. The purpose of this blog is to stick to the facts so you are able to make an informed decision which best suites you.
Trackman 4 is the choice for both European and PGA Tour golfers. The list is actually quite extensive with 700+ Tour players owning one. The following Tour & Major winners have been using it for some time:
Sergio Garcia – Rory Mcilroy
Jordan Speith – Dustin Johnson
Justin Thomas – Jason Day
Henrik Stenson – Justin Rose
Danny Willett – Hideki Matsuyama
Brooks Koepka – Luke Donald
You may have heard of some of the names of top coaches on tour, when dealing with the elite athletes the following use Trackman 4:
- Butch Harmon
- Claude Harmon (Dustin Johnson)
- Hugh Marr
- Sean Foley (Justin Rose)
- Pete Cowan (Henrik Stenson, Ian Poulter, Danny Willett)
- Mike Walker
If you have watched the golf on TV before and seen the below image…That is also the work of a Trackman 4 .
The major brands: Callaway, Taylormade, Ping, Mizuno, Titleist and Wilson all use Trackman 4 to represent their brands, Nike was even using it when they were building clubs!
With all these advantages how do the launch monitors survive? Basically price, they are a lot cheaper, to invest in Trackman 4 you need a cool £18,999 and that excludes all the training costs that a coach has to undergo in order to enable you to get maximum return from a session, as a result there is only one other Trackman 4 with in 100 miles of our facility
So if you are thinking of..
– Having golf lesson
– Why do I slice, hook, top or thin shots?
– Club fitting
– Looking into what irons are best for you
– What wedges spin the most?
– What flex shaft you should be using in irons or woods?
– What putter rolls the best?
You are not going to find this out hitting a ball indoors or into a net. But you will by getting on Trackman 4.
With 5 holes to play Titleist staffer Jordan Speith and Matt Kuchar were fighting it out for The Open, but there was going to be only one winner. Speith seems to have that Tiger-esque finishing ability when he’s in contention, with 9 out of 10 wins coming when he’s been leading going into the last day.
You would have forgiven Alex Noren if he were to say he didn’t have too much to play for on Sunday at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth, certainly as he was seven shots back at the start of the day.
“I had not thought of trying to win this morning,” said Noren and you would have thought he was crazy if he said anything other. Who would have imagined 6 hours, 8 birdies, eagle on the 18th and a Course record 62 (-10) later the Swede would be the new Champion golfer at Wentworth, standing on the bridge alongside a rather large image of his own face spraying a baying crowd in Moet.
The Players champion of 2017 is Si Woo Kim. The youngest Players champion in history.
The win was Kim’s second on the PGA Tour and earned him a five-year exemption on the Tour. Although this is a massive win considered the 5th major of the year it isn’t enough to stop Woo Kim having to take a 2 year break from the game to complete military service in his home country South Korea.
Rory McIlroy’s Taylormade Bag – 222
This week McIlroy announced a big change with his golf. The world number 2 was ringing wholesale changes to his golf bag changing everything, even golf ball. Going from a mix of Callaway and Titleist he has gone all out Taylormade joining Dustin Johnson and Jason Day in the Taylormade FaM1ly..which is also the worlds best 3 golfers. Now surely this can’t just be coincidence?!