The Braemar Golf Dome will be the only driving range in Minnesota equipped with Toptracer Range, the same ball-tracking technology the pros use, when the dome opens for the season Nov. 1.
Toptracer Range shows the ball’s flight path, offers instant shot replays and data including ball speed, launch angle, carry, curve and hang time. The information can help golfers adjust their swing and instantly see the results.
It’s the same technology seen on major televised golf tournaments. And it’s what many pros use to improve their game.
“We’re excited here at Braemar to be the first in Minnesota to bring this state-of-the-art technology to our customers. Toptracer Range technology will become a valuable practice tool for our patrons during the winter months,” said Braemar Golf Course General Manager Joe Abood.
Players can access their entire history of shot data, including specific club-by-club performance details, via the Toptracer Range Community app. They also can see how they rank against other players on leaderboards.
Toptracer Range also brings friendly competition and fun right to Braemar Golf Dome. Players can compete for closest to the pin with friends. Or test their shot length against players around the world in the long-drive competition.
It’s the latest addition to what already is the largest and longest-hitting indoor golf practice facility in the Twin Cities.
Braemar Golf Dome, 7420 Braemar Blvd., is open 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily starting Nov. 1.
For more information, contact Abood at 952-903-5754 or jabood@EdinaMN.gov.