FlightScope to launch new Mevo+ Pro Package at the 2022 PGA Show
ORLANDO, Florida – In its ongoing pursuit of adding value for its customers, FlightScope, a global leader in tracking and analyzing sports performance data, will officially launch the FlightScope Mevo+ Pro Package add-on option for its Mevo+ tracking radar at the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, January 24-28.
The Mevo+ is an advanced indoor and outdoor tracking radar and golf simulator that offers 16 data parameters, golf course simulation and customizable skills challenges. The Mevo+ is a popular product in the launch monitor and simulator space and offers customers an accurate tracking device for practice and entertainment sessions.
The FlightScope Mevo+
Pro Package is an exciting new add-on option for existing and new Mevo+ users that has been made possible by the addition of FlightScope’s patented Fusion Tracking technology.
Fusion Tracking technology, which had previously only been available in their top-of-the-line X3 model, will now be available for all Mevo+ units free of charge. This combination of 3D Doppler radar tracking and synchronized image processing equates to more accurate performance data, which makes it suitable for teaching professionals, players and club fitters.PGA Tour players Bubba Watson and Bryson DeChambeau endorse the FlightScope Mevo+ Pro Package
PGA Tour players Bubba Watson and Bryson DeChambeau endorse the FlightScope Mevo+ Pro Package.
The Mevo+ Pro Package offers 11 additional data parameters – including the full d-plane dataset – to the 16 data parameters offered by Mevo+. Mevo+ currently retails for $1,999, and existing and new users can purchase the Mevo+ Pro Package add-on option for an additional $1,000. Especially attractive for Mevo+ owners is that after paying for the Pro Package add-on option, there are no additional annual subscription or license fees.
“With the launch of the FlightScope Mevo+ Pro Package, golfers, instructors, coaches and club fitters can now access an incredible amount of performance data at a price point never seen before in the industry for a launch monitor that offers so much information,” said Henri Johnson, FlightScope Founder and Chief Executive Officer. “Our number one goal is always to add value for our customers who trust our products to improve their games, teaching or fitting. One of the big things we have learned from listening to customer feedback is that they want more club and ball performance data in an affordable and portable package. The Mevo+ Pro Package add-on option offers unmatched accuracy and will continue to help players at all levels.”
The 16 data parameters that come loaded with Mevo+ are: carry distance, ball speed, club head speed, smash factor, spin rate, spin axis, spin loft, angle of attack, horizontal launch angle, vertical launch angle, lateral landing,
roll distance, total distance, shot type, apex height and flight time.
“The PGA Merchandise Show is the perfect setting for us to launch the Mevo+ Pro Package, as it allows dedicated golfers, teaching professionals and golf media around the world the opportunity to experience all the benefits it offers,” Johnson added.
FlightScope is an industry leader and pioneer in tracking and analyzing sports performance data. Its products represent the pinnacle of tracking technology, enabling players and coaches to measure and analyze every aspect of performance data with unmatched accuracy.
Two-time Masters Champion, Bubba Watson says of Mevo+: “Golf is fun for me and Mevo+ is an incredible product that makes the game fun for everyone from professionals to someone holding the club for the first time. Mevo+ does it all, you’re welcome.”
With accurate, performance-driven technology, FlightScope transforms the way the game of golf is analyzed and how players pursue game improvement. The company’s renowned products are trusted by a large and growing number of TOUR players and top teachers, including teachers like George Gankas, Mike Schy and Andrew Park, and touring professionals like Bryson DeChambeau, Bubba Watson, Hideki Matsuyama, Bernhard Langer and Davis Love III.