Bushnell Launch Pro Vs. Full Swing KIT Comparison Overview
With the Launch Pro system, Bushnell is looking to compete in the mid-tier launch monitor space. Full Swing has also emerged as a player in this same market with the Full Swing KIT. So we thought it only fitting to test these two devices against each other.
The Full Swing KIT retails for about $4000 while the Bushnell Launch Pro is a bit cheaper at $3000. But which one would suit your needs the most? Find out in the following comparison overview.
Bushnell Launch Pro Overview
The Bushnell Launch Pro is a viable option for indoor and outdoor use. It can also be used as a golf simulator if you have an indoor net/projector setup.
The most interesting thing about the Launch Pro is that it uses a combination of 3 high-speed cameras and infrared sensors instead of radar. According to Bushnell, this unique combination means that it won’t be sensitive to direct sunlight like many outdoor launch monitors are.
Indeed, we can attest to the accuracy of this device even when playing in sunny or low-light conditions. It has a nice touchscreen heads-up display and can be connected to your phone via Wi-Fi for nearly instant shot metric readouts.
The Launch Pro can read carry distance, ball speed, total spin, launch angle, club head speed and smash factor.
Full Swing KIT Overview
The Full Swing KIT is also a device that can be used both indoors and outdoors even as it relies solely on a radar sensor.
The Full Swing KIT is also more compact than the Launch Pro so its a more practical option if you plan to take it out to the range or course often. One thing we really liked about the Full Swing KIT is that unlike the Launch Pro, you don’t need any club markers for it to track data.
The Full Swing KIT also provides more data for free. It reads metrics like spin axis, club path, apex height, carry distance, total distance, face angle and more. Plus, you don’t have to pay for the software package that it comes with.
The Bushnell Pro Launcher is very accurate both indoors and outdoors. However, we liked the fact that the Full Swing KIT provides more metrics for free. There are no subscription fees and it is also more compact and easier to use than the Launch Pro.