Foresight Sports launch monitors

Tour-trusted golf launch monitors, powered by our award-winning camera technology.

Ground Based Launch Monitors

Indoors or outdoors, from the PGA Tour to the home simulation studio, no other technology delivers the accuracy and reliability of our launch monitors.
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The GCQuad’s advanced technology and lightning-fast processor power the most precise, versatile launch monitor available today.

From £13,990 EXVAT or £184/pm
From $16,000
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GC3 on the course

From the range to the simulator, the GC3 is the personal launch monitor that never compromises on accuracy and reliability. 

From £6,490 EXVAT or £75/pm
From €7,450
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Overhead Mounted Launch Monitors

From an elevated position, our overhead launch monitors deliver the same accuracy and shot-after-shot reliability you’ve come to expect from Foresight Sports.

Why Choose Foresight Sports Launch Monitors

Our launch monitors use a combination of infrared object-tracking and high-speed, high-resolution camera-based technology to precisely measure every aspect of club head and ball launch performance.

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upNext Junior Player Development Programme

UpNext is our Junior Player Development Programme specifically designed to connect today’s best and most passionate players with our game-changing technology.
“GCQuad remains one of the most cutting-edge products that can help benefit golfers of all skill levels.”
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“GCQuad delivers both ball and club performance data with unprecedented accuracy and reliability.”
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“GC3’s power, portability, and value for money is a game-changer in the launch monitor space.”

As used by

Foresight technology is used by some of the biggest names in the golf industry from Tour Pros to elite golf coaches and fitters.
Professional Golf Association
Professional Golf Association Sweden
RA
Taylor Made Golf
Callaway Golf
Ping Golf
American Golf
Peter Finch Golf
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Mark Crossfied Golf

Which golf launch monitor is right for you?

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Ball data
Ball speed | Launch angle | Side angle | Backspin / Total spin | Side spin / Spin axis | Carry distance 

Club data (1 Dot)

Club head speed | Efficiency | Club path | Angle of attack 

Essential Putting Analysis
Putting for simulation play only
Camera Configuration

3 (Triscopic)

Battery Life
5 – 7 Hours
Hitting Zone
17.8cm x 25.4cm
Outdoor Use
Can be used outdoors
Connectivity
Wi-fi
Ethernet
Bluetooth
USB-C
Ball data
Ball speed | Launch angle | Side angle | Backspin / Total spin | Side spin / Spin axis | Carry distance 

Club data (4 Dot)

Club head speed | Efficiency | Angle of attack | Club path | Face angle | Loft & lie at impact | Impact location | Closure rate 1

Essential Putting Analysis
Vertical launch angle | Horizontal launch direction | Club speed | Impact face angle | Skid rate | Time to full roll | RPM’s at full roll 2
Camera Configuration

4 (Quadrascopic)

Battery Life
6 – 8 Hours
Hitting Zone
45.7cm x 35.5cm
Outdoor Use
Can be used outdoors
Connectivity
Wi-fi
Ethernet
Bluetooth
USB-C
Ball data
Ball speed | Launch angle | Side angle | Backspin / Total spin | Side spin / Spin axis | Carry distance 

Club data (4 Dot)

Club head speed | Efficiency | Angle of attack | Club path | Face angle | Loft & lie at impact | Impact location | Closure rate 1

Essential Putting Analysis
Putting for simulation play only
Camera Configuration

4 (Quadrascopic)

Battery Life
Hitting Zone
139.7cm x 65.6cm
Indoor Use
Cannot be used outdoors
Connectivity
Wi-fi
Ethernet
Bluetooth
USB-C
Ball data
Ball speed | Launch angle | Side angle | Backspin / Total spin | Side spin / Spin axis | Carry distance 

Club data (4 Dot)

Club head speed | Efficiency | Angle of attack | Club path | Face angle | Loft & lie at impact | Impact location | Closure rate 1

Essential Putting Analysis
Putting for simulation play only
Camera Configuration

4 (Quadrascopic)

Battery Life
Hitting Zone
132.1cm x 76.2cm
Indoor Use
Cannot be used outdoors
Connectivity
Wi-fi
Ethernet
Bluetooth
USB-C

Your questions answered

What is a golf launch monitor?
What is a golf launch monitor?

A golf launch monitor is a piece of technology designed to measure the golf ball and in some cases the golf club, as accurately as possible. With many years of experience and advancement, launch monitors have become an integral part of almost every aspect of the industry, including fitting, coaching, gap testing, short game, putting, practice, and benchmarking. To learn more click here

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How does a golf launch monitor work?
How does a golf launch monitor work?

Nearly all launch monitors will use either camera-based or doppler radar-based technology to measure the golf ball to try and determine ball launch conditions. Camera-based launch monitors will take multiple images of the golf ball and process launch information through a ball-flight model to show the flight that the launch conditions would have caused. Radar-based launch monitors use radar to track the flight of the golf ball and then calculate the launch conditions that would have caused that flight.

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How much is a launch monitor?
How much is a launch monitor?

Our launch monitors start from £6,490 ex VAT for the GC3. For full pricing please visit our online shop

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Is a launch monitor worth it?
Is a launch monitor worth it?

A launch monitor is the only way to accurately provide feedback about the flight of the golf ball and the delivery of the golf club. For coaching, fitting, professional tours and for home users of all abilities, launch monitors are proving to be a vital asset to fully understand each aspect of a golfer’s game.

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How accurate are golf launch monitors?
How accurate are golf launch monitors?

Our launch monitors use ultra-high-speed cameras to take up to 200 images of the golf ball within the first 30cm of ball flight. This allows our launch monitors to produce a 3D picture of the golf ball’s movement, while the high-resolution cameras allow the system to clearly see the dimple pattern of the golf ball. This is a vital component when trying to measure spin. The onboard computer will then compare each image to the next, and using a method called spherical correlation, it will measure how the dimple pattern is rotating throughout the image set.

This process means our launch monitors are incredibly accurate at not only measuring the ball speed and launch angles (both horizontal and vertical), but also at providing a direct measurement of the spin rate and the spin axis.

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How to practice with a launch monitor?
How to practice with a launch monitor?

Many golfers spend hours of their time, and significant amounts of money, at driving ranges where they hit numerous golf balls with next-to-no feedback, and have no way to measure whether they are improving or not.

Using a launch monitor not only means you can practise at home (with a golf simulator), it also means that the golfer knows exactly how their actions are causing the ball to fly. Practising in this way allows players to improve far more quickly and ensure their time is used much more valuably. To discover some of the different ways a launch monitor can help your game click here

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What is the difference between camera and radar launch monitors?
What is the difference between camera and radar launch monitors?

Camera and radar launch monitors essentially use opposite methods to provide data with a major difference being where the launch monitors are positioned. Radar-based systems are positioned behind the golfer and have no direct view of the club face whereas camera-based systems are positioned slightly in front (towards the target) of the golfer at address. Camera-based launch monitors will take multiple images of the golf ball and process launch information through a ball-flight model to show the flight that the launch conditions would have caused. Radar-based launch monitors use radar to track the flight of the golf ball and then calculate the launch conditions that would have caused that flight. To learn more about the differences click here 

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What launch monitors do tour pros use?
What launch monitors do tour pros use?

We do not provide free product to any Tour professionals. Even without paid partnerships, the GCQuad has established itself as the go-to launch monitor on the Tour, earning widespread acclaim among professionals, amateurs, and coaches alike. With it’s unparalleled accuracy and comprehensive data analysis, the GCQuad provides the game’s top golfers with valuable insights into their swing mechanics, ball flight, and club performance.

The Tour’s sweeping adoption of Foresight’s technology is testament to our exceptional quality and ability to enhance player development at golf’s highest level.

In an article with Golf.com, Foresight Sports Tour Rep, Mark Gerent sat down to discuss why the GCQuad has become the no.1 launch monitor in professional golf.

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What data is produced by a launch monitor?
What data is produced by a launch monitor?

By capturing thousands of images per second, building a virtual 3D model, and then analysing a multitude of data components, our technology is able to create the most accurate and complete picture of your ball and club head performance – and deliver the results in real-time. To find out what we measure visit here.

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Unmatched Ball And Club Data

Our launch monitors use a combination of infrared object tracking and high-speed, high-resolution camera-based technology to precisely measure every aspect of club head and ball launch performance. 

  • Ball Data
    Ball speed | Launch angle | Side angle | Spin | Side spin | Carry distance
  • 1-Dot Club Data
    Club head speed | Efficiency | Angle of attack | Club path
  • 4-Dot Club Data
    Club head speed | Efficiency | Angle of attack | Club path | Face angle | Loft & lie at impact | Impact location | Closure rate

4-dot club data only available on Falcon, GCHawk GCQuad & QuadMAX.

Professional grade analysis

Powered by the world’s most trusted launch monitor technology, FSX Pro delivers powerful data analysis and visualisation features tailor-made for the professional club-fitter and golf instructor.

Intuitive, fully-illustrated depictions of ball flight and club head data ensure easy analysis of each and every shot. Click-to-zoom data tables, and multi-ball comparison give the fitter or instructor a new level of insight. And when the session is done, player data can be emailed or uploaded to FSX Live. 

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