In addition to relying on his FlightScope Prime for club fittings and as an instruction tool, Chuck Quinton knows he can rely on the FlightScope support team as well.
In addition to relying on his FlightScope Prime for club fittings and as an instruction tool, Chuck Quinton knows he can rely on the FlightScope support team as well:
“The FlightScope team has been unbelievably supportive through bugs, upgrades and just in helping learn all the new features of the software. Anytime I’ve had a problem I’ve been able to contact (a FlightScope Support Technician) and he’d come out to the course or even to my house after business hours just to make sure I was taken care of and happy with the product. You won’t find a better support team out there.”
This quote appeared in a press release that can be read in full here.
Sugarloaf Mountain, home of the Rotary Swing Golf Academy, was named the number 1 new golf course in Florida and number 10 in the country by GolfWeek! The impressive elevation changes and great architectural vision of Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore have created a very playable and fun track with numerous options for shots off many tees. It’s not just the typical “bomb it” off each tee golf course, it has soul and requires that you shape the ball with long irons and fairway woods off certain tees for the best position to attack the relatively benign greens. The Rotary Swing Golf Academy is pround to be based out of Sugarloaf. We have access to a very beautiful and functional practice area with three practice greens and numerous targets on the driving range. With the ample tee space on the range, golf academy students have a feeling of being on top of the “mountain” all by themselves, with a very quiet and serene setting overlooking downtown Orlando 30 miles away and Lake Apopka.