Launch Pro now comes with data options, and we’re here to help you decide which unit is best configured to help improve your game.



Your pursuit of longer drives, more accurate carries, and lower scores requires knowing the critical data points of your swing. A personal launch monitor will give you these data points, however, not all launch monitors are created equal. With Launch Pro, you get the combination of Tour-level accuracy and true-to-life simulation to give you the most complete personal launch monitor available.

Thanks to the advanced photometric technology inside, the Launch Pro remains accurate and reliable both on the range and in your home simulator. Combine it with the FSX performance and gaming suite and enjoy hundreds of world-class courses, skill-building games, and global leagues and competitions.



In partnership with Foresight Sports, the Bushnell Golf Launch Pro brings pro-grade technology to the masses. We measure what matters, and we do it with the most accuracy and consistency of any personal launch monitor.

Launch Pro provides exact carry distance, clubhead speed, launch and spin. When you know your numbers and measure what matters most, you can take your practice sessions and performance on the course to the next level.


Ball launch data is measured by capturing images of the ball to model it in real time, and comparing it to the next captured image to determine exactly what the ball is doing post-impact. Here are the Launch Pro's key club and ball performance metrics we measure.

What Is Measured:

  • • Carry Distance: The amount of distance the ball travels through the air.
  • • Ball Speed: The measurement of the golf ball’s velocity just after impact. Ball speed is the main component in generating distance.
  • • Total Spin: The amount of total spin created around the tilt axis is expressed as total spin. This will determine the curve and lift of the shot.
  • • Vertical Launch Angle: Commonly referred to as "launch angle" for short, this metric is the initial vertical angle of ascent relative to the ground plane measured in degrees. The launch angle, combined with ball spin and speed, will determine the ball's carry and total distance.
  • • Horizontal Launch Angle: Also know as "Azimuth," side angle, or deviation angle, it's the initial horizontal angle relative to the target line. Horizontal launch angle, combined with side spin, will determine the final ball position range relative to the target line.
  • • Spin Tilt Axis: One of the most important pieces of data measure is spin-tilt axis. The spin-tilt axis is the axis that the golf ball rotates around to create shot curvature and lift.
  • • Back Spin: A component of total spin that defines ball lift and trajectory.
  • • Side Spin: A component of total spin that defines ball curvature or shot shape; related to the spin-tilt axis.


When confidence and lower scores are what you’re after, second-rate data that leaves you second-guessing on the course won’t cut it. Your game needs the accuracy only Bushnell Golf can deliver.

What Is Measured:

  • • Everything that is included with Ball data.
  • • Clubhead Speed: The velocity at which the head travels, measured just prior to ball contact.
  • • Smash Factor: Smash Factor, also know as Efficiency, is the ratio between club head and golf ball velocities.
  • • Club Path: The swing path measured in a horizontal plane relative to the target line. This data point will tell you if the club was moving from inside-out, outside-in, or perfectly down the line.
  • • Angle of Attack: The descending or ascending path of the club head, measured in degrees. A positive number is hitting up on the ball and a negative number is hitting down on the ball.