UL Innovation Series: Laser and GPS technology
Gary Williams sits down with former USGA technical director Frank Thomas to discuss the impact that laser and GPS technology is making on golf.
Game Golf: Furyk's stats on No. 18 at Firestone
Check out Game Golf's stats of Jim Furyk's play on the 18th hole Tuesday at Firestone Country Club, host site for the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
Range changer: Foresight Sports' new simulator
Matt Ginella takes a look at Foresight Sports launch monitor and swing simulator tools at 2014 PGA Merchandise Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.
PGA Show: Best of the Day Wednesday
Wednesday show highlights from Morning Drive on location at the 2014 PGA Merchandise Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.
GPS and range finders make golf easier, quicker
Need some help with yardage on the course? Take a look at these GPS yardage and range finders from Garmin, Ucom and Bushnell. Charlie Rymer, George Savaricas and Matt Ginella have the report from 2014 PGA Merchandise Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.It's a GPS watch. It knows where you are. You select the golf course . The rest of the day, you look down, it tells the front, the back, the middle, even has a green mode. You
Fast track: FlightScope's ball-club tracking tech.
George Savaricas takes a swing on FlightScope’s ball-club tracking monitor system at 2014 PGA Merchandise Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.the ball flight. You can also see the data parameters on the central pressure which we get from our pressure mat there. Throughout the swing, pressure on right foot, left foot , heel and toe. We can also see what the top teachers use in terms of the D-plane. -Now, that is quite complex
SOG Extra Credit with Sir Nick Faldo
School of Golf's Martin Hall and Holly Sonders are joined by 6-time Major Champion Sir Nick Faldo who shares how technology improved his game and answers questions. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 7PM ET.Martin Hall. And our special guest this week, six-time Major champ, Sir Nick Faldo . Thanks so much for being with us. -Sure. Pleasure. -Nick, thank you for staying around a little bit for this one. We
Leadbetter: Effect of technology on instructors
Holly Sonders talks with David Leadbetter about how technology is helping instructors improve the games of tour players and amateur golfers.nowadays has a smartphone and iPad, something in their pocket in their golf bag . Are there any apps that we as amateurs can use to help-- -Yeah. There's a lot of apps out there. I mean
Best of the best: PGA Show Thursday rewind
Thursday show highlights from Morning Drive on location at the 2014 PGA Merchandise Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.hole off of the pace of play. -You walk up on the tee box wherever you are shot the number pull the club and you hit it. -Robo club -sweet -Pull this out of the box in a workshop table I was tinkering on Adam Scott says this is where I'd like to go. So it goes to January on tinkering to winning the masters that's unheard of.
Technology systems and swing tools at PGA Show
Find out about technology systems and swing tools from Spark Motion, Swing Byte and Ernest Sports. Charlie Rymer, George Savaricas and Matt Ginella have the report from 2014 PGA Merchandise Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.data is right here and the video is right there and the golf courses don't have a chance against me with all this technology and here's what's really cool. If you're a student or a teaching
There's an app for that: SkyPro's new swing analyzer
Charlie Rymer checks out SkyPro’s swing analyzer and training tool app at 2014 PGA Merchandise Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.and through Bluetooth, it sends it over to an iPad or an iPhone app that you download from the internet. Once the data is in there, you can do all sorts of cool stuff. You can look at your full swing, you can analyze everything. New for this year was Sky Pro, is a putting app, really cool stuff right here. You can change the angle around, you can find all kinds of information about your putting stroke. You can see what your face angle is and address, you can see what your face angle is at impact, you can see the path of your stroke. Really, the golf course doesn't have the chance when you got technology like this on your side.