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    GC2 or Trackman ?

    Prob been on here before, but for custom fitting, wot is the best, or are they about the same ?

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    Re: GC2 or Trackman ?

    Trackman tracks the balls, GC 2 doesn't, trackman would be my choice if I had one.

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    Re: GC2 or Trackman ?

    Am I right in thinking that TrackMan just follows the ball?
    Does it give strike location, swing path and all that stuff..?
    GC2 + HMT or GCQuad does give you that.
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    Re: GC2 or Trackman ?

    Trackman sits behind you so it won't pick up strike location. I think it's GCQuad that will give you that.

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    Re: GC2 or Trackman ?

    GC2 is definitely the more accurate of the 2 because it gives you closed data.

    However, trackman is hardly going to give you a bad fitting!

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    Re: GC2 or Trackman ?

    the real important piece of the fitting puzzle is the PGA Pro/specialist fitter that's working with whatever LM - it's the knowledge of how to interpret the #'s both to the golf swing & how that plays into the club specs required that would be optimum for that particular individuals swing
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    Re: GC2 or Trackman ?

    Quote Originally Posted by the_coach View Post
    the real important piece of the fitting puzzle is the PGA Pro/specialist fitter that's working with whatever LM - it's the knowledge of how to interpret the #'s both to the golf swing & how that plays into the club specs required that would be optimum for that particular individuals swing
    Very true. Seen some really awful fitters and any LM wasn't going to change the lack of knowledge. I think I'd prefer GC2/4 given the choice

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    Re: GC2 or Trackman ?

    Interesting, thanks all, must admit, no idea why really, thought trackman would be most people's choice.

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    Re: GC2 or Trackman ?

    Quote Originally Posted by macca64 View Post
    Interesting, thanks all, must admit, no idea why really, thought trackman would be most people's choice.
    Because Trackman is more active in its marketing.

    I can see the value for pros using trackman over GC2 as it enables them to understand the environment they are In better

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    Re: GC2 or Trackman ?

    will be gc2 for me on friday when sorting out top end of the bag, not too worried about the machine, its all about the fitter for me
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