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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How long does a fitting take?

A: Depends if you’re getting fitted for a driver or full set. Driver book ½ hr and full set 1hr or even up to 1 ½ hours for full set.


Q: What is the cost of fitting?

A: ½ hr $50 1 hr $90 or whatever time it takes to complete fitting eg: 1 ½ hrs $140. This price however is taken off the end price if you purchase from MVP. Otherwise you can buy your specs at cost of $50 plus time taken.


Q: What is Flight Scope?

A: Flight Scope is a 3D Doppler tracking radar for Golf and other sports. It accurately measures the launch and flight of balls and clubs and provides quantitative data about player and equipment performance.


Q: How does Flight Scope work?

A: Flight Scope creates a low level electromagnetic field through which the golf ball and the golf club move. The movement creates a disturbance that is detected and processed to extract position and speed data.


The measured launch and flight data is sent to a PC program where it is displayed in various views, and stored. Measurements include: ball and club head speeds, launch angles, spin, carry distance, smash factor, and more.


Q. How is Flight Scope different from other golf measurement systems?

A: Flight Scope is fundamentally different from most other launch monitors because it measures ball speed, position and direction continuously along the ball’s flight path.

Flight Scope measures what the ball is actually doing, and is much more accurate than camera or light beam methods that take only single launch data points and estimate what the ball will do.


This is even important in short flight situations e.g. in a hitting cage. Flight Scope is not dependent on ambient lighting conditions (it can work in complete darkness), nor does it create blinding flashes of light.


Q: How accurate is it?

A: Flight Scope represents the state of the art in measuring technology for projectiles in flight. It is in a different class to launch-only monitors, and is able to track speeds extremely accurately and determine ball positions to within single yards.