Golf Technology

Shenandoah Valley has the latest and greatest golf instructional technology for your next lesson. We pride ourselves in staying up to date with the latest advancements in golf technology, and we work hard to help our valuable guests use it to improve their swings.

Seeing is believing, therefore we use the JC Video Software System to analyze your golf swing with our HD technology. A large percentage of everything you learn is through visualization, David understands that your mental capacity to replay an image in your mind is a vital component of the golf learning process. With our JC Video System this becomes significantly easier. At the Shenandoah Valley Teaching Center we will email video clips, burn a take home CD, or add audio instruction to a swing for later review and retention.

New to Shenandoah Valley Golf Club is TRACKMAN. TrackMan has a long history of working with golf radar technology. ... Radar technology (also called a portable golf launch monitor or swing analyzer) is an integral part of the golf instruction today.  

THE WORLD'S FIRST AND ONLY

DUAL RADAR TECHNOLOGY

THE NEXT GENERATION

"Think about it this way; you now have two independent radar systems built into one TrackMan unit.”

Fredrik Tuxen, CTO and Co-Founder

One radar system tracks everything the club does before, during, and after impact - from commonly known parameters like Club Path and Face Angle to Swing Direction and Spin Loft. The other radar system tracks the full ball flight - from launch to landing and everything in between; including Launch Angle, Spin Rate and curvature.  TrackMan 4's Dual Radar Technology is a significant milestone in the evolution of golf instruction, coaching, fitting, and entertainment.

Instant feedback of club delivery, launch, ball flight, and landing.
The TrackMan 4 launch monitor measures and displays the full trajectory of any shot, from 6-foot (2 m) pitches to 400 yard (350 m) drives, pinpointing the landing position with an accuracy of 1½ feet (±0.5 m) at 160 yards (150 m). It also maps the shot's 3D trajectory in real time, together with all impact and launch information.