Watch: Is it good to “Zero Out” your Trackman numbers?


In this video, I discuss the value of “zeroing out” your Trackman numbers. While it’s excellent to be able to hit dead-straight shots, there are some dangers to playing golf this way. Watch the video to learn more.

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Coach to GB & I Squad Member
Head Coach to Birmingham University Teams
Coach to Solihull College AASE England programme
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  1. Hi. Great video. I used to manipulate my ball flight by adjusting my path and keeping my face neutral or on target. Is it better to open or close the race at address? Or is it better to change path? Which is more consistent?

  2. Ben Hogan, upon hearing that Moe Norman was hitting dead-straight balls, one after the other, on the range at Augusta National, said, “Straight? That’s a mistake.” This got back to Norman, who replied, “Come watch all my mistakes.”