New Flightscope Xi -- club and ball data -- $3995!
Posted 24 March 2013 - 06:51 AM
Radar to the net. Hopfully you'll hit in front of the radar....
The question is do you need 18 feet in front of hitting area? Is it 6 feet from hitting area then 12 feet to the net? Or can it be 12 behind hitting area and hitting area 6 feet to the net. Here is a diagram to help you understand.
R-----12 feet--------h---6 feet--N
R is the radar
h is the hitting area
N is the net
Hope this helps you understand! Most home hitting areas like mine can accommodate the middle diagram but not the other.
Didn't quite need the diagram to understand... but thanks.
As written in the confidential email from our sales assistant, FlightScope Xi will be able to be used both outdoors and indoors and will require a minimum total distance of 18 feet from radar to net for indoor use.
The description is minimum TOTAL distance. So as you've laid out if the radar is 6' behind the tee and you have 12' of ball flight you're good to go.
Posted 24 March 2013 - 09:33 AM
I have read some good things about the PRGR Red Eyes Pocket. It's $180 + $20 shipping from another JDM site. $20 shipping as it comes from Japan. Here's a review. Don't see how FS can charge another over $1k without spin and anyone would pay.
Posted 17 May 2013 - 03:10 PM
Posted 18 May 2013 - 10:18 AM
In all actuality, $2500 isn't a bad price point. Doesn't help teachers/fitters much that need to physically see the numbers, but for a home simulator or for someone that doesn't understand all the numbers and just wants to see the end result, it's a nice fit.
Comparing it to the ES12 or a Red Eyes is not even valid, they are not even in the same ballpark, city, or state.