This free Range app gives you instant feedback on every shot at TrackMan Range
enabled facilities. The revolutionary TrackMan Range solution tracks all your
shots and provides you with actionable, live ball data, which will help you
unleash your true potential faster than ever imagined...
Love it! Thanks Carl’s Golfland!
I absolutely love it. I finally got to use Trackman Range for the first time on a trip to Detroit. I was so impressed that I will actively look for more locations. I’d be willing to pay significantly more for range sessions to have this type of data regularly available. There are a few features I’d love to see in future releases: 1. The ability to see more detailed stats like dispersion AFTER the session. This is probably Trackman’s most valuable feature. Maybe I should say “no” to my ego and put that hybrid or higher lofted fairway wood in the bag after all. 2. Ability to add custom clubs. Like many players, I carry more than just a pitch, sand, and lob wedge. I have a PW, 50, 54, 58. I also hit those clubs differently. It would be very valuable to be able to create separate categories on the reports for those “half wedge” shots so I can start dialing in the carry, roll, and dispersion. 3. The ability to merge data with Trackman accounts. I know Range doesn’t give all the data points, but it would be nice to see both data sets together to track improvement over time.
Good, Could Be Great
TrackMan Range works very well most of the time. There have been instances where only half or so of my shots were picked up, which is frustrating. The app is pretty good, but I would offer a few improvements. First, I wish your desired units from settings carried over to the Activity tab instead of having to change it every time. Second, I would like the ability to tag or name different versions of the same club. For example, when testing 3 different drivers, I would like to be able to tell them apart easier for easy side by side comparison.
Can’t create account
Everything works well, but I can’t create an account so I can keep my stats. Please fix this issue!
I used this app at one of the golf ranges that uses Trackman. The app is really good and it is really accurate on my hits! There is also a page in the app that shows all your hits and what club you used. Great app!!
What a mess
My phone overheats as I try to read the screen and identify myself amongst a bunch of blurry multi-colored dots. (Ever try to read your iPhone screen, even at full luminance, in full sunlight? Apparently this superhuman feat is a minimum requirement for operating this software.) I hit a few shots. I realize that I have guessed incorrectly and one of my neighboring golfers’ shots are showing up on my phone. Time to start over. Finally I have it reading me and not some other guy. Great. The barely legible display tells me carry and distance. Wow. Almost like hitting a shot and seeing where the ball lands relative to a flag with a known distance. If a productive practice session is meant to simulate the experience of hitting a golf ball on the golf course, this gimmick marches you in the opposite direction and off some kind of weird technological cliff. From a bulky metal stand where my iPhone slowly roasts in the sun, I’m expected to check in with my phone between shots. Not exactly what this sport is about. Still, I stick with it. After all, my club has invested $250,000 of members’ money in this gimmick. (At that price one would think that they would have a rep on site for the first week or two, assisting new users and observing first-hand the MANY shortcomings of their software and hardware. Nope!) At the conclusion of my practice session I move into a less lighted place to see if there is some graphic showing shot distribution or, God, anything, I don’t know...something interesting or fun? No again. Instead I am presented with a spreadsheet of microscopic numbers. This is the MySpace of technology-assisted Golf hardware/software. Betamax. 3D movie goggles. You get the idea. At best it is a promising technology in its infancy. I’m sure in a few years there will be a $30 device you can plug into your iPhone with far better results. For now, save your $250k and stay away from this white elephant. Chapter 11 can’t come too quickly for TrackMan.
Yes. TrackMan RANGE is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 29 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 3.4/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for TrackMan RANGE Is 61.3/100.
Yes. TrackMan RANGE is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 29 TrackMan RANGE User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for TrackMan RANGE Is 61.3/100.
TrackMan RANGE works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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