The most advanced Bio-System in Golf

“Accurate to 3/100 of and inch and 1/6 of a degree, giving real time feedback and quantitive information”.

When Justin Rose recently told one of my lessons who is a Pro that this system is “A must have to use for the serious golfer” then that made my mind up to finally take the plunge to get it.

I have been closely involved in using the system for over three years now and could see it’s benefits however last year I decided to buy Trackman4. To say Trackman4 has helped people would be a huge understatement however I feel the 3D Bio system now completes the picture.

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I put a tremendous amount of time and research into the various systems and softwares looking at Body-track, K-Vest, Swing Catalyst and other systems however there seemed to be limitations and drawbacks with every system.  Then on the eve of last years Open at St Andrews, I had a very long talk with PGA European Tour Trackman player liaison representative, James Martin.

James told me that the Bull3D bio-system was by far the best and most accurate data collection system out there and the only one the top players on Tour trusted. He explained to me the benefits of working it closely with Trackman4 and immediately I knew that working with higher level players it was absolutely of paramount importance to have both systems.

Three years ago I was very lucky to visit the US tour players TPI centre in San Diego. Rory Mcllroy had been there the week before testing and I was fortunate enough to see his 3D Bio data. It was absolutely fascinating. They told me how much he gained by learning his own values. Then last year I was privileged to see Jason Days Bio data. What was amazing was how close the values were to Rory, it amazed me.

Finally what separates this Bio system from any other in golf is the actual ability to be able to quantify and see the measurable changes between swing changes, lesson and movements. Being able to see “exactly”what is and has changed and having the facts as opposed to trying to “aesthetically” view and guess what has / is changing are in reality two different ways of working.

As they say why now guess on a subjective opinion when you can exactly measure what is factually happening, think of it like an MRI scan…but better!