of the PGA TOUR
aG Studio is a 3Trak-powered device that provides the most accurate ball and club data available on the market. Much more than a launch monitor, aG Studio creates an indoor performance environment that facilitates meaningful instruction and tangible improvement.
aG Studio measures and reports data on: backspin, side spin, rifle spin, ball speed, club speed, angle of attack, horizontal strike position on face, horizontal path, trajectory angles, carry distance, total distance, shot height, yards offline and smash factor.
aG Studio’s ideal above-the-tee mounting location protects the unit from damage and eliminates the need for ongoing calibration. It is a great solution for fixed indoor hitting bays, creating a hassle-free environment that supports both right handed and left handed swings with the most trusted data available.
The same proprietary 3Trak technology that powers aG Studio also powers PGA TOUR Simulators and is trusted by some of the top names in golf, including PGA TOUR, Golf Channel and European Tour. 3Trak is a unique kind of machine vision with a superior rate of image collection, high-resolving power and no minimum ball flight requirement. The result is the highest quality tracking, with virtually no missed shots and accurate shot recreation every time.
aG Studio is compatible with Perform Pro and aG Range software and can be configured with a hitting net and LCD monitor, or a full-display screen-simulation environment. It is compatible with aG Modules.
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