High School Trackman Combine League
What is a TrackMan Combine League?
At the Kelly Morrow Golf Academy we always say the following:
Technique through Repetition, Skill through Variation, Performance through Simulation. The Combine League is the answer to all of these facets of golf training. It also takes place in a team setting. On the surface the Trackman Combine itself works like this:
- Each combine consists of 60 shots and the player is graded on each shot on a point system ranging from 0-100.
- The player hits six total shots at each of the following yardages: 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 120, 140, 160, 180 and then driver.
- The player will receive an overall score, as well as a score for each distance.
So how does the Combine League work? – The two players will have 60 minutes to each complete a combine. While each player will see their individual score, they will take the best score from each distance to come up with a team score for that given week. The teams score will be matched against another team each week for either a win or a loss. The league will last 10 weeks starting the first week of January 2022. The cost for the league will be $320 per team. There will be a champion in both the boys and girls division.
Who can participate? Eligible players are 8th graders all the way up to outing seniors. Players may be from the same and or different schools.
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