Daniel Forsgren was watching golf in 2006, and he wanted to know more.
He wasn’t able to see where the ball was going. Couldn’t get a grasp of the shot shapes and strategy involved on certain holes.
Thus, Protracer was born and the way we watch golf and appreciate players changed forever. Now known as Toptracer and owned by Topgolf, the technology continues to evolve with the help of social media and its obsession with “traj.”
With so many divisive issues such as course architecture, bifurcation and the distance debate, that’s one thing pretty much all golf fans agree on these days: more Toptracer.
Thanks to a new deal with NBC Sports, that’s exactly what we’ll see beginning at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Now as the exclusive technology for NBC Sports’ PGA Tour telecasts, Toptracer will be available on all 18 holes during every NBC Sports broadcast.
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