Toptracer poised to steal the Show in Orlando

Toptracer will be showcasing its ground-breaking range technology in style at the PGA Merchandise Show 2019 in Orlando, Florida later this month.

This year’s Toptracer stand at the show’s Demo Day will be bigger and better than ever, covering nine bays where  visiting PGA Professionals will be able to experience each of the fun and interactive game modes that the system has to offer, with a view to investing in the tech that is already in place at iconic global golf destinations like Pebble Beach, Le Golf National and Wentworth Club.

Golf club decision makers wishing to discuss the implementation of Toptracer at their facilities can also meet with the Toptracer Europe sales team on regular show days, at booth #1513.

Transforming driving ranges into innovative entertainment destinations, Toptracer Range combines technology and fun to create a superior golf experience for players of all skill levels.

The technology is already in use at 100+ venues in the USA and Europe, as well as facilities in Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and South Korea.

Toptracer Europe General Manager, Paul Williams, will be on hand through the show to demonstrate the full benefits of Toptracer Range technology.

He said: “The PGA Show is a prestigious event and we are looking forward to demonstrating to industry professionals the incredible impact that Toptracer Range technology is making to clubs and practice facilities across the world.

“We have big global ambitions as a company and we are keen to exhibit on our biggest and best stand yet at what is always a fantastic event in the golf industry calendar.

“As expected, our meeting requests are through the roof from prospective club owners and PGA pros, so I’d advise contacting us quickly to reserve a meeting spot either on demo day or at the Show proper.”

Using cameras mounted around the facility and 21-inch monitors found at each hitting bay, Toptracer Range technology displays an array of details of each shot – including distance, speed, launch angle, shape and more. Data is instantly recorded and displayed on the screen through a player profile that can continuously be accessed through the Toptracer Range community application.

For PGA Show meetings contact Paul Williams, General Manager, Europe at

For further information on Toptracer visit

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As an avid golfer since the age of eleven Dan lives and breathes all things golf.  With a current handicap of eleven he gets out and plays as often as his work life (and girlfriend) allows. Dan confesses to still being like a kid at Christmas when it comes to seeing the latest golf equipment. Having served as GolfPunk’s Deputy Editor, and resident golf geek for the past 13 years and working for golf's oldest brand, John Letters Dan brings to GOLF RETAILING an excellent understanding of the sector.