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The Science of Check-GO
GO generates Fxi which is the force that spins the ball in the direction of the arrow.
Upon impact the ball shoots forward with a velocity of about 50-100 MPH. At the same time the loft angle of the clubhead causes the ball to spin at about 2,000-10,000 RPM.
The effect of the back spin imparted generates two newtons of lifting power (five times the power of gravity). This is called the Bernoulli principal. It is the lifting principal which determines the flying distance of the ball.
Received the Check-GO Pro and wanted to let you know it is a vast improvement over the Check-GO. Much easier to use and marks the ball exceptionally well. I’ve been using the original one for about 2 years and despite it’s shortcomings, it was and improvement over my old methods of marking the ball. The Pro edition is really an improvement, I actually showed it to the local Golf shop who had not seen the product yet. I’m guessing I made believers of them. It’s really improved my alignment in both driving and putting the ball, good product in the vast wasteland of golf ‘stuff’ that ends up collecting dust. The Check-GO Pro will not.
I have been using your Check-Go Sweet Spot Finder for the past two months in Florida, and I am amazed at how well it has improved my game off the tee and especially on the green. The idea of dynamically finding and marking the natural spin axis of each ball for better alignment and truer ball direction has been more successful for me than than trying to select the best brand of golf ball. I’ve already dropped two strokes in handicap. Thanks for bringing advanced technology to bear on the game of golf! If I can help it, I won’t play with a ball that isn’t marked by your little device.
Simply, the ball seems to fly straighter off of the club and stay in bounds on pushed hits that would normally hit hard and continue another 10 to 15 yards right. I haven’t mentioned anything about a longer ball, but it just went with the entire days events. Just like the long putts, when the ball stayed on line longer it increased the distance of the hit by not moving dramatically right or left. I consistently hit 1 full club less on almost every shot after my drives. How’s that for distance with the product on the first few trys.