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Everything you wanted to know about OptimalFlight reports
Page 2 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Outline OptimalFlight – an introduction OptimalFlight Reports Summary
Page 3 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com OptimalFlight OptimalFlight is a QualityGolfStats.com Microsoft Excel application allowing golfers and club-fitters to: Take a closer interactive look at launch monitor data. Summarize results from a launch monitor session. Easily perform equipment studies (Driver, Shaft, Ball). Learn how the ball flight can be optimized and factors that can create more distance. Store ball flight results into a personal database.
Page 4 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com OptimalFlight OptimalFlight can work with results from any launch monitor system (Vector, Zelocity, Trackman, AboutGolf, Flightscope). Proven results from 12+ months of ball flight data validation. If the data is unreasonable, OptimalFlight will let you know! Established support from a growing customer base of golfers and world class club-fitters. Long Drive professionals are using it to discover optimal launch conditions for 350-400 yard drives. In 2007, a long drive pro who uses OptimalFlight has already won a competition.
Page 5 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com OptimalFlight Reports OptimalFlight reports summarize launch monitor data unlike no other software application. A single report is an equivalent to hundreds of individual ball flight reports. It gives you the power of an expensive launch monitor system on your laptop or desktop with complete analysis of up to four ball flights at the same time. This slide show presentation will help you understand all information and whats happening in each graph in 5 seconds or less.
Page 6 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Data entry Required data inputs for a ball flight: Ball Speed (mph or mps) Launch angle Backspin Optional Inputs: Club data Carry* (yards or meters) Wind (mph or mps) Altitude (feet or meters) Units Roll Calibration - match roll result to LM system or actual on course results * From launch monitor system output
Page 7 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Example Required data inputs for a ball flight: Ball Speed (mph or mps) Launch angle Backspin Optional Inputs: Club data Carry* (yards or meters) * From launch monitor system output A study of two balls is being done with a TM r7 TP driver. Vectors carry #s are reasonable with OptimalFlight carry #s. This reasonableness is highlighted by green bell shaped curves. Both results are on target !
Page 8 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Wind & Altitude ball flight summary example Flight C has a 10mph tailwind. OptimalFlight says to expect 240.8 yards, which is longer than the Vector estimate of 229.6 yards (which is based at no wind, sea level). Flight D has a -15mph headwind at 3,000 feet of altitude. OptimalFlight says to expect 216.1 yards, which is shorter than the Vector estimate of 229.6 yards.
Page 9 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Ball flight data summary Lets take a closer look at ball flight summary information. It covers: Estimated Ball Flight Time (seconds) Wind Altitude Landing Angle Roll Apex (max height of ball flight)
Page 10 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Ball flight graphical illustration Estimated Ball Flight Time ( is 6.73 seconds) Wind ( No Wind ) Altitude ( Sea Level ) Landing Angle ( 41.8* degrees ) Roll ( 18.1 yards, total distance = 228.3 + 18.1 = 246.4 yards ) Apex ( Approximately 30.9 yards ) Apex = 30.9 yards OptimalFlight Carry= 228.3 yards 18.1 yards of roll 41.8* landing angle The summary information for Flight A provides a general idea of what the ball flight looks like. A picture is more helpful with multiple ball flights.
Page 11 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Ball flight graph summary The ball flight picture shows a 6.4 yard difference due to ball choice (234.7-228.3=6.4). Ball flight marker key: A=Triangle, B=Box, C=Circle, D=Diamond
Page 12 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com OptimalFlight Advanced Reports The remaining graphs and summary tables demonstrates the power and benefits of using OptimalFlight with launch monitor data. Optimal Carry Profile Flight Summary Table Optimal Distance Profile (Carry + Roll) Relationship between Backspin and Landing Angle Roll Profile for various Landing Angles Ball Flight Distance Summary Graphical Summary of Inputs & Outputs
Page 13 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Optimal Carry Profile Two ball flight optimization strategies are available. Carry Total Distance (carry + roll) The Optimal Carry Profile graph explains how different levels of spin impacts carry distance for a given ball speed and launch angle. For simplicity, these graph examples will focus on Flight A (TM r7 w/ Pro V1x at 4052 rpm) with different levels of spin. 228 yds
Page 14 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Optimal Carry Profile In this graph, the actual drive result is not optimal. It is outside the 3 markers identifying the range of spin maximizing total distance. An actual drive result within the left half of these 3 markers is desirable to maximize roll. Lets see what if the ball flight looks with 3,000 RPM of spin?
Page 15 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Optimal Carry Profile A ball flight with 3,000 RPM of spin maximizes carry and total distance. It is also within the left two ball flight markers favoring a flatter angle of descent to benefit roll-out.
Page 16 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Optimal Carry Profile A 3 rd ball flight with 2,000 RPM is too low and cannot stay up in the air. It is outside the Max ROLL Zone defined by the three markers within the dotted rectangle. 221.6 yds
Page 17 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Optimal Carry Profile A quick review of the two ball study shows a better ball flight for Flight B due to lower spin and increased launch.
Page 18 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Optimal Carry Profile Final notes regarding Optimal Carry Profile: An unique Optimal Carry profile exists for a ball speed and launch angle combination. Altitude and wind also affect carry and its Optimal Carry Profile.
Page 19 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Flight Summary Table The Flight summary table compares current shot result to the result of an optimized ball flight. Flight A is 1000 rpm higher than optimal spin. Flight B is 503 rpm higher than optimal spin. Flight B is within the three Max Roll Zone markers. When this happens, the summary table highlights it with a YES Optimal Distance Zone result.
Page 20 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Flight Summary Table The optimal distance zone regions are: 2410-3700 rpm of spin for Flight A 2230-3570 rpm of spin for Flight B The +/- column shows the difference from optimal flight.
Page 21 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Optimal Distance Profile (Carry + Roll) It is similar to the Optimal Carry Profile and represents TOTAL distance. The Optimal Distance Zone values are defined by this graph. We can see that for Flight A, the carry + roll distance at 2410 rpm of spin is similar to at 3700 rpm of spin (approx. 251 yards total distance). 251 yds The middle marker represents the optimal distance result (255.3 yds @ 3052 rpm for Flight A)
Page 22 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Backspin and Landing Angle The Optimal Distance Profile shows the distance result for various landing angles. Both ball flights can be improved. It is easy to see Ball Flight B has a more favorable landing angle result (closer to peak) than Ball Flight A. A quick look at the this graph indicates the amount of spin it takes to achieve a landing angle. The above graph can be reviewed to determine the distance result ! For Flight B, a 35* landing angle corresponds to 3000 rpm of spin and a carry+roll result of 256 yards.
Page 23 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Roll Profile for various Landing Angles The Roll Profile graph estimates the amount of roll at the end of the ball flight. The steeper the landing angle, roll is minimized. The flatter the landing angle, roll is maximized (up to a certain landing angle).
Page 24 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Ball Flight Distance Summary It is a bar chart summary of how much of the ball flight is carry and total distance result.
Page 25 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Graphical Summary of Inputs & Outputs It contains graphical summary of all relevant input and outputs. The below example shows CARRY, ROLL, Total Distance, Landing Angle, and Delta from Optimal Spin output data in a simple bar chart form with an average calculation.
Page 26 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Ball Study conclusions A simple ball study was presented (1 driver with 2 brands of balls) and a significant effect by ball was obsererved. The golfer tested another driver, turning the simple study into a 2 drivers with 2 brands of balls study. Ballspeeds were similar. The ball effect was confirmed with an interesting twist. There was a significant effect on results by driver head. A more optimal ball flight was discovered!
Page 27 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Other noteworthy features OptimalFlight contains a sample report database.. The full 2x2 driver study in this presentation is available for interactive review ( sample report #6 ). Once the data was typed in, the driver and ball effects can be analyzed on the spot. The sample report database showcases great examples and studies with launch monitor feedback. There are now over 20 reports available for review. A special sample database can be set up to benefit teaching professionals or club-fitters with advanced classes with launch monitor data.
Page 28 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Summary OptimalFlight is a world class program that works well with launch monitor data, recreating the ball flights, and a lot more! Launch monitor time is valuable session time with golf equipment. Capture vital data in quick clubs, shafts, balls studies and save it into a personal launch monitor database. Most systems analyze one ball flight at a time. OptimalFlight can handle up to 4 shots simultaneously! Perform easy what if analysis and get quick answers you can trust. A single OptimalFlight report is an equivalent to hundreds of individual ball flight reports.
Page 29 March 07 © 2006-2007 QualityGolfStats.com Contact information Todd M. Kos ( firstname.lastname@example.org )email@example.com Creator and Developer of OptimalFlight Website Promotion ( firstname.lastname@example.org )email@example.com Website: http://www.qualitygolfstats.com Golf Services http://www.qualitygolfstats.com/golfservices.html Golf Links http://www.qualitygolfstats.com/golflinks.html Advertising http://www.qualitygolfstats.com/advertising.html
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