Toptracer Range

Toptracer

We are very excited to be partnering with Topgolf for the Toptracer software. Toptracer Range redefines the driving range experience—from a functional training day to an exciting experience for everyone. The technology provides instant shot replays and statistical feedback on interactive game screens in your hitting bay, which allows players to make swing adjustments and immediately see the impact on their golf shot. With several game options, Toptracer will offer FUN for the entire family!

Toptracer History

The company was founded in 2006 with the goal to enrich the experience of watching golf on TV. By developing a unique software capable of tracking the flight of a golf ball in a camera feed, and adding graphics to make this visible on screen, Toptracer has achieved this. Several of the world’s largest broadcasting companies expressed interest, and soon Toptracer was being featured in TV coverage from the biggest golf tournaments in the world, such as The Open Championship and the Ryder Cup.

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Game and Data Modes

Toptracer Range features games and modes suited for all ages and skill levels. Take on the world in a long-drive competition, play Closest to the Pin with your friends, dive into advanced analytics to fine-tune your swing, and virtually tee it up at some of the world’s greatest courses. Your range experience will never be the same.

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A Real Game Changer

Toptracer Range redefines the driving range experience—from a functional training day to an exciting experience for everyone. The technology provides instant shot replays and statistical feedback on interactive game screens in your hitting bay, which allows players to make swing adjustments and immediately see the impact on their golf shot.

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Toptracer Range

In 2012, we launched the first prototype of Toptracer Range, a system utilizing the original Toptracer TV technology to track and analyze golf shots on the a driving range. The result? More fun and rewarding practice sessions for players, and more golf balls sold for range owners.