Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
In a continuation of its commitment to deliver high-quality, affordable golf clubs to golfers, Cosmo Golf Canada has partnered with U.S.-based AccuSport to develop a proprietary club fitting system that will combine the industry’s most advanced launch testing equipment (Vector Launch Monitor) with Cosmo Golf’s new Tad Moore Fitting System.
“Cosmo Golf Canada has completed months of research in seeking an alliance with a manufacturer that would be able to supply testing equipment that provides accurate, real-time data that the clubfitter and consumer can easily understand,” said Cosmo’s director of marketing, Rick Harris. “This research led us to AccuSport.”
A recent trip to the Las Vegas PGA Merchandise Show made the choice a clear one, added Harris. “I spent two days with the AccuSport team at the show and was blown away by the data supplied on each shot tested. It was obvious that AccuSport was the company that everyone was chasing. We felt their technology would be a perfect complement to our new Tad Moore Fitting System. All relevant shot data (ball velocity, launch angle, ball spin, etc.) will be calculated so that golfers will get the perfect match with the new Tad Moore shafts and clubheads.”
AccuSport’s Bill Brawley commended Cosmo Golf on its commitment to providing golfers with the best-fit clubs possible. “Cosmo is ahead of the curve on this project, and is currently the only Canadian company working on this technology that I’m aware of,” he said. “The result will be a perfect fit when you combine the launch monitor data with Tad Moore’s precise fitting system.”
The portability of this new fitting system will also enable Cosmo Golf to effortlessly fit custom-fit golfers anywhere, and in short order, said David Rankin, AccuSport’s C.E.O.. “In the past, shot analysis and data retrieval required large, bulky equipment that wasn’t portable and cost tens of thousands of dollars,” he explained. “Now, our new Vector Launch Monitor will deliver this information instantly, all from a machine that weighs less than 20 pounds.”
Harris said the new system is designed to do one thing. “It will help golfers get the right equipment in their hands and as a result, they’ll play their best. This technology doesn’t come cheap, but this is the investment Cosmo Golf had to make in order to continue on as Canada’s leading-edge golf club manufacturer. The only way to do that is to embrace innovative new technology, and we believe we’ve accomplished that.”