So this device sees/measures the face behind the ball at impact and any resulting gear effect imparted on the face as a result of the collision between the ball and the face?
Could you post a video with FS and P3 analyzing the same shot?
No. It sees the face two times couple of inches before impact and bit after impact and calculates the numbers between those points, so we can say it can see somehow the rate of closure.
I don't know if you have already understood how TM and FS makes it, but effective face angle is really good definition to that. You understand much more about those when you hit some really bad shots and look at the results of club head measurements. Or I'm really not sure you will, but majority of us will.
I think the question is not as much about whether a machine performs certain functions as how well it does, in consideration of the situation in question, when we talk about things other than TM or Flightscope.
I got a different brand of cheaper simulator for indoor winter use for my kids starting last winter simply to answer the question whether they are hitting straight toward the net and if off, how much off. I think the machine is reasonably acceptable for that purpose and I think using it last winter indoor is better than not using anything at all. Repeating the same motion into the net with no feedback is pretty scary.
Last Edit: Jan 12, 2012 12:01:36 GMT -5 by golfdad