Trackman 4.0 

Analyze and diagnose with fact-based confidence. Band together the forces of feel with real. Nurture and develop all levels of talent.
The introduction of TrackMan 4 is the culmination of a three-year journey which began as an initiative to design and engineer the most powerful and accurate golf Launch Monitor ever built. The outcome is Dual Radar Technology – a radical transformation in the way radar technology is applied in golf today. Using two radar systems instead of one to obtain maximum data quality and increased pick up rates.
Data delivered in its purest form.

Science and Motion Sam Putt Lab

SAM PuttLab is an analysis and training system based on accurate ultrasound measurements. It analyzes the 28 most important parameters of your putting stroke and displays the results in easy to understand graphic reports. Discover your individual strengths and weaknesses for better and more efficient training.

Within seconds the system gives you individual feedback on your putting strokes. The analysis reveals even the smallest details of your movements and allows you to develop improvements and training strategies. SAM PuttLab utilizes ultrasound sensory analysis and therefore is far more precise than any other similar system on the market. 

The K-Vest

KVEST is the industry’s only human motion learning system. The all-in-one wireless system that instantaneously measures players’ power signatures and 3D data. The system that assesses player characteristics and generates insightful reports. The system that automatically flows those reports into a powerful coaching and training program builder.

V1 Video Analysis Software

V1 golf technology captures, compares and helps to improve your golf swing on your iPhone, iPad or Android device. It records and analyzes your swing or allows players to compare their swing side-by-side to V1 Golf’s library of Tour Professionals. V1 is great for analyzing the swing with instructors while on the range or in the studio.

Boditrak System

At Bocking Golf, we feel that balance is one of the key components to maintain consistency in your game! Regardless of your ability level, you can improve your overall balance in the golf swing, which will result in improving contact and more power, thus resulting in lower scores. We offer the BodiTrak SHIFT System, which is a thin portable mat used to capture center balance during a golf swing.


What is Optical 3D Motion Capture?
Optical 3D motion tracking provides the most accurate and in-depth analysis of movement for athletes of all sports and skill levels. This works by affixing small reflective markers at key joints and segments of the athlete, our cameras detect their location in 3D space and use that data to create an avatar for the athlete based on their unique size and measurements. Every movement is recorded at 360 frames per second…from every single angle. With our portable system, GEARS can set just about anywhere to capture various skills in a game-like setting. This has an enormous impact on the results as this environment generates the truest mechanics of the athlete when they are on the court or in the field.

What can 3D Motion Capture tell us?
We all know that no two athletes are the same. With variations in anthropometry, coordination, and strength to name a few, we can expect to see differences in some of the mechanics that still allow different players to produce a comparable outcome. Having said that, what GEARS has developed is a biomechanical model of movement for various skills. Taking into account the unique features of each athlete, we have found that the most successful athletes use the same underlying coordinative pattern and energy transfer methodology to create the best and most consistent skill execution. THIS is what cannot be seen with the naked eye, and it is the true value of 3D motion capture technology.
Elite athletes have an extraordinary ability to execute a skill with a high consistency. Their body’s ability to compensate and create alternative movement patterns to achieve the desired outcome is exceptional. Consequently, we mostly focus on the result, and as success increases, attention to the intricate movement patterns responsible for that outcome decreases.