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InRange Technology Installed at Bristol Golf Centre

By: | Wed 30 Jun 2021 | Comments


Bristol Golf Centre has become the latest golfing hub to utilise InRange technology, receiving an extensive upgrade to its 32-bay facility.

InRange are quickly becoming among the industry’s leading ball-tracking system, having seen support from numerous clubs around the country.

Golfers will have a choice of several ways to play. Single player will allow the user to strike and track shots – such as yardages, curvature, apex – and the touchscreen monitors will display the data.

While InRange+ is aimed at fun and creativity, you can compete against friends or family, and a few bays installed at the Bristol Golf Centre are designed for multiple players.

Moreover, via the InRange app, you can select what bay you are using and the data will be stored on your phone, allowing you to review practice sessions at your convenience.

Darren Fairchild, general manager of Bristol Golf Centre, noted: “Our centre has a reputation for being one of the best golf centres in the south-west and we provide a warm welcome to all golfers, no matter what their skill level is.”

What is InRange?

InRange Technology

While Toptracer may have been the first to the party, InRange have rapidly become one of the industries main players.

The system uses radar sensors, which have been placed around a driving range, to create a series of interlocking radar fields.

Once calibrated, they determine what bay the ball was struck from and will track its entire flight – no matter how long or short and in real time.

The sensors can concurrently keep track of 100+ bays and provide detailed feedback on speed, trajectory, path, landing zones and more – all to within a yard.

From there, the data is then either stored on the large display screen or straight into the user’s phone, providing that they have downloaded the app and started the session.

Furthermore, unlike other competitors, the tracking system is unaffected by certain conditions such as darkness, rain, mist or audible noise. Therefore, you will continuously receive reliable information on shots that have been struck.

Finally, the InRange+ provides an entertaining experience for both single user and groups. You can hit virtual targets or play interactive games that promote golf to newcomers.

To learn more about this latest development, please visit: bristolgolfcentre.com.


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