Ben Emerson Golf Performance uses Trackman 3e to help enhance the precision of a lesson with Ben.

Trackman is the choice of the PGA Tour and The R&A for swing and ball flight analysis. A staple on professional tours, with leading club fitters, manufacturers, retailers, universities, academies, instructors, players and broadcast TV, TrackMan is the industry standard for accuracy, flexibility, reliability and ease of use.


Trackman 3e has enjoyed the status of being the de facto training tool amongst the leaders of the game; from hundreds of Tour players to thousands of coaches to every golf equipment manufacturer in the industry.



Using data collected from 3D motion analysis systems, we can look at how golfers generate speed and transfer the speed or energy throughout their bodies. We have found the most efficient sequence of how they get this speed to the club head. We call this the “Kinematic Sequence”.

The amazing thing is that all great ball strikers have a remarkably similar kinematic sequence of generating speed and transferring speed throughout their bodies. That means if you compare Ernie Els’ kinematic sequence to Jim Furyk’s kinematic sequence, it’s hard to show a difference. That is a bold statement since there is an obvious difference on a video camera. All great ball strikers begin by generating speed from their lower body and transferring that speed through their torso into their arms and then into the club. What style they use to complete this signature is completely unique to each player.


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