“To date, PGA Tour pros have been far better able than amateurs to take advantage of the new wave of analytic golf data. It makes sense: Being pros, they and their swing coaches are looking for the smallest deviations from perfection. Many tour pros these days travel with personal $25,000 TrackMan radars and work with other high-tech gear back home.
But most amateurs wouldn’t know what to do with a TrackMan if they owned one. Unlike tour pros, amateurs’ swings are usually a mess. There are analytic tools available for the average…”