Lynx Golf launches fitting centre with Foresight technology

Lynx Golf is launching a custom-fitting centre in Weybridge, Surrey. Stephanie Zinser, Lynx Golf chief financial officer stated, “We are currently putting the finishing touches on a unit Lynx invested in, next to our offices, as a state-of-the-art custom fitting centre complete with a Foresight Sports simulator, powered by GC2 and HMT. This will allow golfers to come and experience all the Lynx range in a friendly and relaxed but hi-tech environment and means that Lynx stockists will be able to promote full custom-fitting as a service to their own customers.

“We see this as an extremely important and exciting project in the development of our company and we are delighted to be working with Foresight Sports, who are a proven leader in custom-fitting technology.”

Announcing the Lynx partnership, Ed Doling, sales director Foresight Sports Europe said, “We are proud to have been chosen by Lynx Golf to install our widescreen Foresight simulator with GC2 and HMT technology into their new club-fitting facility. This is another household name in golf that is looking to the future by embracing our camera-based approach to directly measuring ball and club data. As a manufacturer Lynx truly understand and value the need for trusted and accurate data to provide the ultimate fitting experience for their clients.

“It’s a perfect fit for our businesses and I hope this is the beginning of a long and mutually beneficial relationship.”

Lynx is dedicated to supporting ‘green grass’ pro shop business, with approaching 600 house accounts in the UK, and is dedicated to offering exceptional equipment for use by golfers at all skill levels.

As well as its extensive range of men’s clubs, including game-improver models as well as blades and lower-lofted irons for the more experienced player, it also has a comprehensive ladies range, underpinning its commitment to women’s golf. Next year will also sees the introduction of a full new Lynx Junior range with open-stock and accessories and bags to match.

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