Wexham Park Golf Centre has selected Inrange® Golf to upgrade the facility’s 32-bay driving range with its industry-leading ball-tracking system. Inrange will create a perfect environment that promotes a fun, stress-free entertainment for casual and beginner golfers as well as technologically aided practice sessions for avid players.
There are three ways to play Inrange: – Single player which allows you to hit and track your shots on the touchscreen monitors, and through the app see and store all your data from your practice session. The 24 indoor bays are fitted with Inrange® tracking, which will consist of touchscreen monitors and gallery screens.
– The Inrange app which can be used on the 8 outdoor bays. Download and open the app, choose your bay and all of your shots will appear on your phone and the data will be captured and stored for post-session review.
– Inrange+ the multiplayer experience which provides a whole new level of fun with interactive multiplayer games for every skill level.
“Wexham has built a strong reputation for being a welcoming and inclusive club. From families and beginners to avid and high-profile golfers, our facility is utilised across the board. We selected Inrange® for this reason. Their technology is appealing to players of all skill levels and the user interface adds a whole new level of fun to the driving range experience.” said Sharon Lowthian, General Manager of Wexham Park Golf Centre.
“This is an exciting time for the club as we invest in our facilities and future. Our hope is that by installing Inrange® we will grow the club’s reputation in the region and with the successful technology bring more revenue to our profit centres “ adds Sharon.
The Inrange system consists of radar sensors placed in and around a driving range that create a series of interlocking radar fields. Once calibrated, they can determine the origin of each ball (which bay it was hit from), and track its entire flight, no matter how long or short, in real time. The resulting data is relayed either to an in-bay touchscreen or via the cloud to the Inrange app on the player’s mobile device.
Easily covering a range of 100 bays or more, the sensors can track dozens of balls hit simultaneously, each from a different origin, and provide detailed data on speed, trajectory, path, landing point and more, to within a yard. Unlike competitor systems, they are impervious to all ambient conditions such as darkness, rain, mist and audible noise.
Inrange continues to build its presence around the world, in the past month the system has debuted in a variety of regions, including Abu Dhabi and South Africa.