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the most accurate and versatile launch monitor available.

With the GCQuad, you can have the most accurate club and ball data at your finger tips.

Book an introductory session with us to see what your numbers are, and learn how you can optimize your launch conditions to get a tour-like ball flight! We will explain in-depth what these numbers mean and how it relates to your game, and what you can do to improve those numbers.

Below is a sample of the stats provided by the GCQuad. 


  • Ball Speed

The measurement of the golf ball’s velocity measured just after impact; this is the main component in generating distance.

  • Launch Angle

The initial vertical angle of ascent relative to the ground plane measured in degrees; the launch angle, combined with ball spin and speed, will determine the ball carry and total distance.

  • Azimuth

(Also known as side angle or deviation angle) The initial horizontal angle relative to the target line; the azimuth, combined with side spin, will determine the final ball position down range relative to the target-line.

  • Side Spin

A component of total spin that defines ball curvature or shot shape; related to the spin-tilt axis.

  • Back Spin

A component of total spin that defines ball lift and trajectory.

  • Spin Tilt Axis

The Spin-Tilt Axis is the axis that the golf ball rotates around to create shot curvature and lift. When the spin-tilt axis is oriented to the left (looking down range), the ball’s trajectory will move from right to left. When the spin-tilt axis is oriented to the right (looking down range), the ball’s trajectory will move from left to right.

  • Total Spin

The total amount of spin around the spin tilt axis that creates curvature and lift.

  • Carry

The total distance of flight produced by initial launch condition.

  • Total Distance

The combined ball flight with bounce and roll.

  • Peak Height

The apex of the trajectory measured from the ground plane.

  • Descent Angle

The angle of the trajectory measured from the apex to the ground.

  • Offline

The end position distance to right or left, measured from the target-line.


  • Head Measurement

Measurement of the delivery of the club head, described by path, face plane, velocity and impact location of the golf ball.

  • Head Speed

The instantaneous speed of club center point along the club head path.

  • Efficiency

The ratio between club head and golf ball velocities to determine the quality of the ball strike. Described as ball speed divided by head speed = ratio, efficiency or smash factor.

  • Attack Angle

The descending or ascending path of the club head measured in degrees.

  • Club Path

The angle between the target line and club head path line projected on the ground plane at impact.

  • Face Angle

The dynamic measurement (in degrees) of the club-head’s face plane position at a right angle 90 degrees perpendicular, relative to the target line or swing path. Also known as yaw.

  • Face to Target

The face angle relative to the target-line at impact.

  • Face to Path

The face angle relative to the club path. The main component in generating side angle and curvature of the golf ball.

  • Loft

The dynamic measurement in degrees of the club head’s face plane position vertically, relative to the ground plane. Also known as pitch.

  • Lie

The dynamic measurement in degrees of the club head’s face plane position horizontally, relative to the ground plane. Also known as roll.

  • Impact Location

The measurement (in millimeters) of the club face relative to face center.

  • Closure Rate

The rotation of the club head heel-to-toe measured about the face center in degrees per second or rpm.


the market’s premier 3D body motion sensor

Use KVEST to find out where you’re leaking power. And then FIX IT with our unique biofeedback system. 

You can now see and understand how what you do with your body causes the club and ball to do what they do. No more guessing. It’s true cause and effect. You will now understand how your swing directly affects launch parameters and ball flight. 

The Pros

  • Video vs 3-D

The problem with video (2-D analysis) is that what you see depends hugely on the camera angle and where the player is at in their swing. This is known as parallax. With 3-D motion sensors you can a much more accurate depiction of what your swing is really doing, which is impossible to see with video alone.

  • Style vs Efficiency

Video gives a great snapshot of the stylistic element of the player's swing, but 3-D capture can tell you the efficiency of that swing in terms of the timing and sequencing of the body parts.

  • New and upgraded wrist data

With the new upgrade, we can now measure and dynamically track your wrist angles, which are your primary influencers for club face control.

  • Biofeedback training system

We can now train your body to make every swing your best swing. This unique biofeedback system literally reprograms your brain and body to get comfortable being in the optimal positions for your swing.


center of pressure and vertical force data to provide a completely fresh perspective into your golf swing

Every move you make is reflected in how you use the ground. It’s impossible to see this from video. 

Most golfers use the ground completely the wrong way.

You’d be very surprised to find out what the great ball strikers do instead. 

Use BodiTrak to uncover your center of pressure trace and find out the missing ingredient in your swing. 


 the best software-to-hardware intergration.

Our swing analysis software has a wide range of drawing tools, and integrates perfectly with our other technologies.

We have have two high-speed high-definition cameras from the face-on and down-the-line view, automatically recording every shot you hit to our database. 

Our room is fitted with custom lights designed to provide the best lighting for optimal video capture. 

The GASP software provides a huge range of drawing tools so you can analyze and compare your swing in as much detail as you like. 

Every client will have a custom profile so they can keep a record of their swings and track the progress they are making through each lesson.