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TrackMan4 to be unveiled at The Irish Golf Expo

9.44am 16th October 2015 - Exhibitions & Conferences

The TrackMan booth at The PGA Merchandise Show
The TrackMan booth at The PGA Merchandise Show

The 2015 Irish Golf Expo has announced a partnership with innovative golf technology firm TrackMan for this year’s event which runs from Saturday 28th– Sunday 29th November at the Eikon Complex.

World leader in ball flight and club data measurement technology, TrackMan will be unveiling the new and exciting TrackMan4 at the Irish Golf Expo, which will be the first time the product will be showcased to a mass audience in Europe.

This is a must see for any golfer and is the culmination of a three-year journey, which began as an initiative to design and engineer the most powerful and accurate TrackMan ever built. The outcome is Dual Radar Technology – a radical transformation in the way radar technology is applied in golf today, using two radars instead of one to obtain maximum data quality and increased volumes of accurate data pick up rates. In addition, this new standard will also lead to important discoveries of new, powerful data points.

“TrackMan is thrilled to be involved as a partner in the Irish Golf Expo again in 2015,” says Michael Malone from TrackMan UK. “It’s the perfect platform to showcase our revolutionary new dual-radar technology, and also give golfers and coaches a first-look at the latest TrackMan Pro & Simulator/Studio products.”

Stewart Kyle, Co-founder of the Irish Golf Expo comments: “We are very pleased to have TrackMan on board. Their thought leadership position ensures the bar is set high at this year’s expo.”

To find out more on TrackMan’s participation in this year’s event and for further ticket information on this year’s Irish Golf Expo visit

TrackMan A/S

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