Using GCQUAD Technology for More Efficient Golf Lessons

In this video Golf Simulator Videos takes the Foresight Sports GCQuad Outdoors with PGA Professional Darren Husse to do a live golf lesson using the GCQuad club data at the Coyote Preserve Golf Club in Michigan. This video was done on the fly but it was well worth showing as a good example of the Foresight Sports GCQuad Golf Launch Monitor capabilities outdoors and how it can make golf lessons more efficient.

If you live in Michigan and looking for a golf lesson from Darren? You can Book Online Now. Darren Husse currently is at Warwick Hills Country Club doing both lessons and club fitting for golfers along with Indoor Golf Lessons at Tyron Hills Golf Club during the winter months.

Most people do not understand that the Foresight GCQuad Launch Monitor and Golf Simulator works so well outdoors. The GCQuad uses 4 high speed cameras with infrared allowing for it to put you essentially in a bubble taking out the elements of wind and other environmental impacts. This allows PGA Professionals to to club fitting and golf lessons regardless of wind and other factors and still have the data they need for a proper golf instruction. About the Foresight Sports GCQuad The Foresight Sports GCQuad is a portable golf launch monitor that is high-speed camera and infrared based. The Quadrascopic technology takes detailed pictures of the ball and club still while still allowing the the unit to be placed almost two feet across from the ball on the ground. This advanced camera technology allows the Foresight GCQuad to be a simple setup in most environments from outdoor driving ranges to smaller indoor simulator rooms.

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2 Comments

  1. Deborah Hamilton

    Greetings! Very useful advice in this particular post!
    It is the little changes that will make the largest changes.
    Many thanks for sharing!

    • Darren Husse

      You’re welcome Deborah. Yes in many cases sometimes it’s the simple things that make all the difference. Not necessary to overcomplicate things.

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