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Putting Analysis Software Systems Quintic Ball Roll

Quintic Ball Roll Systems offer fast and accurate information for both the club and ball, without any attachments affecting either the club or player!

How does the Quintic Ball Roll System Work?

Quintic Ball Roll utilizes a high-speed camera (360-1080 frames per second) to track the putter and golf ball throughout the impact zone of either a right-handed or left-handed player. The system automatically measures over 45 parameters regarding the putter and ball, both graphically and numerically. The data is instantly delivered within the software for immediate analysis, review and intervention.

What are the parameters measured by the Quintic Software?

  • - Impact Club & Ball Speed & Impact Ratio
  • - Face Angle and Face Rotation during the Impact Zone
  • - Face Twist (Face deflection as a result of impact)
  • - Putter Path, Face to Path Angle during Impact
  • - Lie, Attack and Shaft Angle
  • - Ball Speed during the first 16/20 inches of the putt (how does the ball slow down?)
  • - Launch Angle, Surface Interaction & Vertical Bounce
  • - Skid, Backspin & Roll (Angular rotation & RPM)
  • - Hook, Slice & Rifle Spin
  • - The point of Zero Skid/Time to Zero Skid/Ball Speed at Zero Skid
  • - The average of up to 200 putts including the range and standard deviation, for easy comparison of putters and putting technique

Which version of the Quintic does eGolf Megastore have in its Al Quoz Store?

Quintic Ball Roll v3.4 System – it specializes in the performance of both the golf club and ball throughout impact and captures at 360 frames per second, without ANY attachments to either the player or the club. It has been designed for both custom putter fitting and golf putting coaching, for players of all levels and ability.

Feedback on the Quintic Ball Roll System

“The Quintic Ball Roll system is an essential central feature of the putting Studio in our national Performance Centre for England Squad training her at Woodhall Spa. This state-of-the-art analysis equipment and technical support we’ve received from Paul Hurrion and his team allows our England Coaches to make coaching interventions based on the digitalized facts generated from the collision between the club and ball. Basing opinions on information received buy the naked eye is no longer enough in the world of elite performance when accurate data can be captured so fluently and effortlessly. Not only does Quintic provide the starting point on the journey to world class putting, repeated data can be captured and analysis also benchmarks improvement along the way, providing evidence for player and coach alike that changes the hard work are having a positive effect. The confidence this gives players can’t be purchased elsewhere.”

- Stephen Burnett, Performance Manager (men’s golf). England Golf

Features and Functions of v3.4 available at eGolf Megastore

Club Data:

  • - Impact Face Angle / Impact Shaft Angle / Impact Lie Angle
  • - Clubhead Twist, Impact Club Speed, Impact Ratio
  • - Clubhead Acceleration profile before and after impact
  • - Clubhead Attack-Angle, Clubhead Low Point Position, Clubface Rotation
  • - Address Clubface Angle, Address Shaft Angle, Address Lie-Angle
  • - Difference between Impact and Address (Face Angle, Shaft Angle & Lie Angle)
  • - Clubface angle during impact (Clubface symmetry)
  • - Clubhead speed and acceleration during impact, including the percentage Drop in Speed at impact
  • - The projected direction of the Ball relative to the Impact Face Angle (Push/Pull)
  • - Club Pre/Post-Impact Acceleration/Deceleration values
  • - Shaft Deflection at Impact Value
  • - Shaft Graph
  • - Lie Graph
  • - New Push / Pull table for holing putts up to 20 feet!
Plus all the additional features in v2.4 (Ball Only)

Ball Data:

  • - Initial Ball Speed, Ball’s Initial Launch Angle, Ball’s Initial Total Spin
  • - The three components of this initial spin (Forward/Back, Cut/Hook, Rifle Spin)
  • - The Direction of the Ball’s Initial Spin Axis, Start of Forward Rotation
  • - Time/Distance/Speed at Zero Skid
  • - Ball’s Roll angle, RPM and Vertical Height for its initial 16/20 inches
  • - Ball’s Initial Flight Angle, difference between the Ball’s Initial Launch and Flight Angle
  • - The Ball’s Surface Interaction Period, The Ball’s Maximum height during launch
  • - The Ball’s First Contact, The Ball’s speed during the initial 16/20 inches
  • - The percentage drop in ball speed during the initial 16/20 inches
  • - The percentage drop and speed of the golf ball at Zero Skid
  • - Research Tab
  • - A summary of all the variables measured in the system (average, minimum, maximum, standard deviation, range) for a maximum of 200 putts

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