Putting Analysis Software - Quintic Ball Roll

 
 

The putter... the most used club in the bag but often the most overlooked part of the golfer's practice. Golfers around the world are using the technology available in today's market to help analyse and improve their golf swing. Technology has transformed golf tuition and club fitting, offering golfers three dimensional frame by frame swing analysis, high-speed video and precise spin rates and launch angles that apply to the golf ball after impact. However, when it comes to putting, rather than analyzing what our putting stroke and the ball are doing in detail, we simply opt to buy another putter with little more than hope (as well as what it looks like, brand name etc) as to whether it will truly improve our putting performance. How the putter and golf ball interact is crucial for success on the greens...

Quintic Ball Roll Technology
Our latest Quintic Ball Roll system has been designed to meet the various needs of our wide range of clients - including Club manufacturers, Teaching professionals, Universities, Research and Development and of course the golfer themselves. Quintic is start of the art software that specializes in the performance of the golf club and ball during impact.

What is Quintic Ball Roll Software all about?
Quintic Ball Roll software utilises a high-speed camera tracking the golf ball and putter during impact. The software automatically provides all of the information you need regarding the putter and ball, both graphically and numerically, in a way that was formerly only available in full swing analysis software for irons and woods. Following a simple calibration procedure (right or left handed golfers), the Quintic software can be used indoors in a controlled putting studio or outdoors on the putting green with the same degree of accuracy.

 

The Software Captures:

  Impact Club & Ball Speed
  Impact Ratio
  Face Angle & Face Rotation during the Impact Zone
  Face Twist (Face deflection as a result of impact!)
  Lie, Attack and Shaft Angle
  Ball Speed during the first 16 inches of the putt (how the ball slows down!)
  Launch Angle & Vertical Bounce
  Skid, Backspin & Roll (Angular rotation & revolutions per minute)
  Hook or Slice Side Spin
  The point of Zero Skid / Time to Zero Skid
  The average of up to 200 putts including the range & standard deviation, for easy comparison of putters and putting technique
  Create a PDF summary report
   
 
   
 
 

"The software measures the speed, launch & spin characteristics of the golf ball which is ultimately what matters... How the golf club creates those numbers is crucial in order to fully understand the putting stroke"