Gloucestershire golf complex invests £200,000 in state-of-the-art TrackMan Range technology

A new system that tracks golfing perfomance is helping Gloucestershire players improve their game and have interactive fun on the driving range at Brickhampton Court Golf Complex in Gloucester.

By Emma Luther  |  Published
The new TrackMan system brings tour-proven technology to Gloucestershire.

Offering a whole new way to practice golf, play and have fun, Brickhampton Court Golf Complex is introducing a £200,000 state-of-the-art TrackMan Range system to its driving range.

New for 2023, TrackMan Range offers flexible golf ball tracking feedback via tour-proven technology and is considered the industry's best virtual golf, practice, and entertainment software.

It lets the user play on some of the best courses in the world, work on any aspect of their game and get insightful reports, with golfers able to play alone or challenge friends to games like nearest the pin, bullseye and hit it.

There are also children’s games on the system, making it versatile for all the family.

Brickhampton Court's general manager, Damian Brooks, said: 'Activity reports provide comprehensive insights on how golf levels are progressing to help improve performance - and it's already proving popular.

'More than £200,000 of investment in TrackMan Range technology gives our golfers instant feedback and a data driven experience which allows them to maximise their practice.

'It is not just about practice either, the entertainment software available on TrackMan Range makes the driving range at Brickhampton an ideal place for groups of friends and families of all ages.'

For more information, or to book a TrackMan Range session, visit

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