The Grove introduces TrackMan technology to its practice range
The Grove, London’s country escape, today announces an important enhancement to its golf practice facilities with the installation of TrackMan Range, the flexible golf ball tracking solution featuring Tour-proven technology.
From June 6, visitors to The Grove’s all-grass, pristine practice facilities will be able to access TrackMan Range through their personal mobile devices, revolutionising their warm-up experience before heading onto the Kyle-Phillips designed 18-hole championship golf course.
By simply downloading the app, prior to beginning a pre-round session, customers will be able to unlock a wealth of game-enhancing features, including detailed shot analysis, interactive experiences, and entertaining games.
3D rendering within the app also replicates the finest details and features of The Grove’s practice range, making for the most realistic and complete player experience.
Brad Gould, Director of Golf at The Grove, commented: “By installing TrackMan Range, we are taking an already premium customer experience and moving it to the next level. We receive incredible customer feedback from golfers who love our all-grass practice facilities, but now with the added attraction of TrackMan Range, a new level of enjoyment, impactful warm-up and analysis is on offer to everyone.”
TrackMan’s radar technology precisely measures each shot, giving instant feedback on ball data including ball speed, carry and total distance, launch angle, launch direction and more.
Information is then displayed on the free mobile app which records all shot data in a player’s profile to review instantly, or later.
The versatility of TrackMan Range offers fun games, entertainment, course play and challenges for all levels of golfer, from beginner through to serious players.
Michael Malone, TrackMan’s Vice President of Sales EMEA, added: “The Grove is one of Europe’s finest golf facilities and we are proud to be able to offer TrackMan Range, the industry’s best virtual golf, practice, and entertainment software, to its customers. Our technology is favoured by some of the greatest players in the game, and we are confident visitors to The Grove will also benefit from, and enjoy, using it.”
The Grove’s 18-hole rolling parkland golf course, recently voted one of Europe’s best modern courses by Golf World, remains the only venue in the UK to have hosted a World Golf Championship event (in 2006, won by Tiger Woods). It also hosted the DP World Tour’s British Masters in 2016.
Beyond its pristine fairways and greens, The Grove’s 18th-century Mansion houses 26 rooms, suites and lounges decorated with a 21st-century spin on vintage glamour.
There’s also the thoroughly modern West Wing with a further 189 deluxe, superior and family rooms. Many of these rooms have balconies and terraces looking over immaculate formal gardens.
For further information: www.thegrove.co.uk