Welcome to golf simulator guys reviews.
Today we’re going look at the Skytrack golf launch monitor and the first impression
is wow what an amazing product. The Skytrack is a photometric launch monitor. Which
means it uses high speed cameras to track the ball and once you get into
ball tracking, thats when you achieve very high level of accuracy. When you
just track the club there is so much that is estimated when you just track the club
that you never really going to achieve a high level of accuracy. The Skytrack has
been tested against other launch monitors on the market such as the trackman and the GCC. We ourselves tested against multiple products including the
Trugolf and we have found that there is very little difference between the readings
you get from the sky track and the readings you get from other high-end
launch monitors. That being said Skytrak does separate itself from other launch
monitors by cost. They’re the first real low cost ball tracker on the market.
Another thing that really separates the Skytrak from other companies on
the market is their willingness to allow multiple companies to create simulated
play software for them. Skytrak has been integrated with Trugolf’s E6 software
which is really considered an industry standard in simulated play software. Also, there are new comers on the market that Skytrak is integrated with including The Golf Club and Perfect Parallel Golf. Also new to the market is the World Golf Tour. All
three of these are console or PC games that Skytrak is now integrating with.
The launch monitor includes standard a driving range feature. All of these other
software options will be sold separately. Some of these software companies may offer free trials. These trials most likely will be 30 days with limited features.
But these try before you buy test drives will definitely give the end consumer the opportunity to see software and choose which
software they prefer before they make their purchase. The Skytrak is very accurate, it’s very cost-effective and with multiple software options it’s going to be very
exciting product. However, there are a couple drawbacks. For starters, the
Skytrak sits on the mat system parallel to the target line, therefore making it
very inconvenient for left- and right-handed play at the same time. Also,
after impact there is a delay before the simulation appears. And this delay is
present regardless of the software your playing. In the end, after period of time
you don’t even notice the delay. Due to its low cost and multiple software
options we’re given Skytrack our recommendation for anyone looking for a
launch monitor. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us. Thank you