Rating score

Based on 6 ratings

8.3

Score breakdown

  • Accuracy
    9.0
  • Ease of use
    8.7
  • Enjoyment
    8.0
  • Meets expectation
    8.3
  • Quality
    9.3
  • Stability
    9.0
  • Support
    7.3
  • Value for money
    6.3

John Miller / 2016-08-14, 10:59 AM

+1 -1

5.0 "good launch monitor but there are better one for less money"

  • Age 40-59
  • Low handicap golfer
  • +good measurements for ball flight good data
  • -lacking ability to move too different handed players without moving unit. Also amount of playable games for this price is really what took the fun out of this unit and found myself going to my other simulator to have access to more selections. my review is to pass on this.

Sam Firth / 2015-12-11, 11:57 AM

+5 -0

9.5 "Best Launch Monitor - Full Stop"

  • Age 40-59
  • Competitive golfer
  • Low handicap golfer
  • +Ball data launch monitors beat club data monitors hands down, each and every time. This is not debatable, it's a fact of life. I bought my GC2 for $3300 as a reconditioned unit so the value for money is incredibly good. Units can still be found for these amazing prices if people look around. The accuracy is second to none. You can trust all of the data as being totally reliable. For sim play it's brilliant at short chips and putting alike which is a concern for people with other harware manufacturers. It is also ultra portable so it's not just a one trick pony.
  • -The unit takes images and requires the inbuilt flash to be replaced once in a blue moon. This is similar to one replacing the bulb in a projector.

mthunt / 2015-12-11, 03:23 AM

+4 -0

9.0 "It's extremely accurate and easy to use. "

  • Age 40-59
  • Competitive golfer
  • Low handicap golfer
  • +-open it and use
    -numbers are dead on
    -easily portable
  • --terrible when sharing with a left handed and right hander
    -needs to be aligned based on side view. Not a real big deal.

JR / 2015-12-11, 01:52 AM

+0 -1

8.3 "It never misses a beat"

  • Age 40-59
  • Low handicap golfer
  • +Just a very solid unit which I can depend upon when fitting golfers.
  • -Lacks data like measured swing speed and angle of attack and the HMT is way overpriced.

Ron Burke / 2015-12-10, 09:20 PM

+0 -0

9.8 "If you can aford one either new or used you won' be disappointed."

  • Age 60+
  • Low handicap golfer
  • +Easy to set up. Almost no ball flight length requirement means it can be used indoors in short length areas, This makes hitting all your clubs possible since the higher lofted clubs still don;t get all that high. A rather large ball placement area means you don't wear your mat in one place. Accuracy is best in the business for the things it measures.
  • -Software is pricey but it has standard features the cheaper competition is still making vapor ware claims about.

    I have the older version of the software which runs just fine and have had no reason to ask for any Foresight support except the initial product transfer which they provided flawlessly (I bought a used model with the basic software and 8 other courses)