TruGolf TruFlight 2: A Conclusive Guide

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If you’re planning to buy a golf launch monitor with unparalleled accuracy, TruGolf TruFlight 2 is your best option.

Watch it in action at the 2019 PGA merchandise show:

Credit to Par2Pro Golf Simulator & Analyzer Specialists

I’ve done an extensive research to come up with an in-depth analysis of this golf launch monitor.

Without further ado, let’s hop into it. 

TruGolf TruFlight 2: Overview

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When it comes to indoor golfing experience, TruGolf has a reputation, and their launch monitor, TruFlight 2, has taken the game to the next level.

Some technological improvements include three high-speed overhead cameras to capture every ball and club data at 3200 FPS to provide highly accurate feedback so that every shot can be measured under real-world conditions.

With its exclusive ball-flight engine and sonic triangulation technology to capture ball flight characteristics, every shot is analyzed instantly and displayed on a swing analysis screen.

Its real-feel golf mat with one of the most realistic simulator experiences allows you to shape your shots as if you’re playing on a real golf course.

With its advanced design, TruFlight 2 can be easily mounted to the ceiling of a hitting bay or can be added to any existing hitting bay with retrofitting technology, and once you’ve mounted it, you’ll have all the training tools to analyze and improve your game.

One of the most exciting things about TruFlight 2 is that it comes with a minimum one-year basic subscription to E6 Connect simulation software. 

This means that you’ll have access to 27 famous golf courses, driving ranges, putting and chipping areas, mini-games, practice modes (like stroke play and best ball), and online events.

To focus on your game improvement, you can also keep track of your session history and analyze your historical data.

Some of its prominent metrics include distance, carry, the height of the flight, sidespin, backspin, angle of attack, and angle of descent.

Here’s a quick YouTube video by Par2Pro Golf Simulator & Analyzer Specialists showing TruFlight 2 in action:

In a nutshell, this simulator is all set to meet your expectations.

Highlighted Features

  • Specifically designed for indoor use
  • 3 high-speed overhead camera system
  • Simultaneous club and ball data
  • Uninterrupted play for both right-handed and left-handed golfers
  • All recording and analysis technologies removed from the ground
  • No marked balls

What’s in the Package?

  • Club head camera housing
  • Ball camera housing
  • 35″ x 12″ (89 cm x 30.5 cm) replaceable hitting surface
  • 33′ USB 3.0 fiber optic cable (10 m length)
  • 6′ USB 3.0 extension cable A-B (2 m length)
  • 6′ 2-Pin Molex cable (2 m length)
  • 2–33′ USB 2.0 cables (10 m length)
  • 3′ computer power cable
  • TruFlight 2 calibration grid
  • Reflective club stickers
  • Replacement fuses
  • Mount
  • Mounting screws

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Setting Up TruGolf TruFlight 2 Launch Monitor

Setting up TruFlight 2 can take a little extra time, but in the end, it’s worth the hassle.

Before you begin to install, make sure to have:

  • A computer with two open USB ports on the motherboard
  • 110-volt power (a standard electrical outlet)
  • A halogen spotlight mounted just forward of the tee position on the hitting mat (to illuminate the sensors properly)
  • Dark floor covering (the more contrast between the dark floor and white golf ball, the better)
  • A drill
  • A plumb bob
  • A piece of masking tape

Installing the launch monitor:

  1. Position the camera housing:
  • 48″ in front of the tee position (where you place the ball for a full shot)
  • Centered with the tee position
  • Parallel to the screen
  • 110″–124″ above the floor and level
  1. Verify that the sensitivity adjustment knob is pointing toward the screen (away from the tee position) and then secure the camera housing to the ceiling (with the supplied mounting screws).
  1. Using a plumb bob, determine the exact center (both side-to-side and front-to-back) of the camera housing and mark that location on the floor with a small piece of masking tape.
  1. Place one golf ball on the masking tape and another golf ball in the exact center of the tee position.
  1. Attach the power cable.
  1. Plug both cameras into the appropriate USB ports.

After this, you’ll need to make camera alignments and final settings for shot testing. Once you obtain your desired calibration and settings, you’re all set to golf.

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Installing E6 Connect:

To install E6 Connect, make sure that your PC meets the following requirements:

  • Intel i5 Processor
  • 8GB RAM
  • Nvidia 1070 Graphics Card or equivalent
  • (Dedicated GPU with DirectX 11 Support)
  • 25GB of Hard Drive Space
  • Windows 10 (Required)
  • Internet Connection (Required)
  1. Double-click the E6 Connect icon on your desktop to begin the installation.
  2. After installation, the license activation screen (below) is displayed.
  3. Click the red login button under “Activate” and then enter the email and password for your account.
  4. The Select License screen appears. Select the license you want to use with this computer and then select ACTIVATE.

In the next step, you’ll need to perform “system configuration” and allow “admin permissions,” which will lead you to the “main menu.”

Source: e6golf

Once on the main menu, you can start playing your game in whatever mode you want to begin with. 

Measurable Data Points in TruGolf TruFlight 2

TruFlight 2 can precisely measure a whole lot of data points to help you analyze and improve your game.

Measurable Club Data

✅ Clubhead speed 

✅ Club path

✅ Smash Factor

✅ Face angle

Measurable Ball Data

✅ Ball speed

✅ Spin rate

✅ Height

✅ Launch direction

✅ Launch angle

✅ Landing angle

✅ Carry distance

✅ Total distance

Here’s the TruGolf TruFlight 2 interface showing club and ball data:

Source: TruGolf 

Accuracy Analysis of TruFlight 2 

Accuracy is one thing that TruFlight 2 repeatedly claims, especially with a bit more built-in technology, but we’ll go for a more in-depth analysis.

Let’s see the reviews of different YouTubers who have tested TruFlight 2 and hear it from the golf community to have a precise idea about its accuracy.

TruGolf TruFlight 2 Test Video From GSK Golf Simulator Systems

Oliver Ripel, a fully qualified PGA golf professional, from Australia tests TruFlight 2 and compares it with other launch monitors like TrackMan, GSpro, and SkyTrak.

Some drivers need improvements; however, those are not really big ones, and they’re all on the software side, so we can expect updates to fix those issues.

He finds it a really good machine. When it comes to tracking the club and the ball, it’s easy and fast.

According to Ripel, when compared to the GCQuad, it’s not much better, but it’s not less than that.

Overall, he recommends buying TruGolf TruFlight 2.

Community Reviews

I’ve also gathered some reviews from the golf community to share the user experience of TruFlight 2. Let’s see the conversation between Kuckie and Hacksalot on Golf Simulator Forum.

I have a Truflight 2, not sure if it measures spin, but the spin numbers on the HUD are very accurate with what I feel and how the ball reacts on the course.


How does the TruFlight2 compare to GC2 or GCQUAD readings. I would consider the two Foresight products as the industry benchmark.


All i can add is that my local golf retailer has a gc2 and i find the numbers the same when i go there to test clubs. What i don’t like is that the gc2 has a small window to see the ball and i spend more time getting a green light than hitting. At home the truflight 2 has a large well defined area to hit from.


Summing up from the above reviews, we can safely say that TruGolf TruFlight 2 is very accurate at analyzing data points.

Compatible Software With TruGolf TruFlight 2: E6 Connect

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TruFlight 2 comes with a minimum one-year subscription to the E6 Connect Basic Package, which is, by far, one of the most powerful and realistic software available in the market. 

The basic package includes:

  • 27 famous golf courses
  • 17 practice areas 
  • Putting and chipping areas 
  • Mini-games
  • Practice modes (like stroke play and best ball)
  • Online events

Now that’s not the limit. If you want more out of E6 Connect to enrich your golfing experience, you can also opt for the annual subscription which expands your access to over 90+ golf courses.

Check out a real-time experience of TruFlight 2 with E6 Connect in this YouTube video by Trugolf Bogey Boys:

TruGolf TruFlight 2 Cost: Should You Buy It?

TruGolf offers two different variants with two different deals. Before we break into the cost analysis, let’s have a look at them. 

Option 1: Signature Trim

Cost: $39,950 or $348 per month with Acorn Finance


  • Measurement: 14’2″ W x 19′ D x 9’8″ H
  • Recommended Space: 14’6″ W x 20′ D x 10′ H
  • 2-Year Expanded Subscription
  • HD 1080p 4000+ Lumen Projector
  • TruGolf Level (3) Computer
  • 21″ Touch Screen
  • TruFlight 2 Tracking System
  • Premium Green Turf
  • Full Enclosure
  • Portable Speaker Audio
  • 2-Year Limited Warranty
  • Fabric Interior

Pro Upgrade Cost: $4,000

Pro Upgrade Specs:

  • Laser HD 1080p 4500+ Lumen Projector
  • 27″ Touch Screen
  • Soundbar Audio

Option 2: Premium Trim

Cost: $49,950 or $481 per month with Acorn Finance


  • Measurement: 15′ W x 20′ D x 9’8″ H
  • Recommended Space: 15’6″ W x 24′ D x 10′ H
  • 2-Year Expanded Subscription
  • Laser HD 1080p 5000 Lumen Projector
  • TruGolf Level (3) Computer
  • 21″ Touch Screen
  • TruFlight 2 Tracking System
  • Premium Green Turf
  • Complete Enclosure
  • Soundbar Audio
  • 2-Year Limited Warranty
  • Sound Dampening Carpet Panels

Pro Upgrade Cost: $10,000

Pro Upgrade Specs:

  • Laser 1080p 6000 Lumen Projector
  • 27″ Touch Screen
  • Soundbar w/ Subwoofer
  • Custom Trim

Source: TruGolf

After reviewing the prices, we can say that the minimum cost that you’d have to bear for TruFlight 2 would be around $40,000, which is a lot of money.

Should you buy it? 

Well, I won’t recommend spending this much, especially when there are other options available at half price to that unless you’re super rich or too desperate about your game. 

This is surely one of the best launch monitors you can go for, but it depends on what it means to you.

Final Thoughts 

Now that you’ve read this article this far, I’m pretty sure that you have all the information required to make a purchase.

TruFlight 2 is undoubtedly one of the best launch monitors available in the market with its unbeatable technology.

However, when you look at the price tag, it’s expensive, but it’s also value for money. If you can afford that, I’d give you a green signal, but I won’t recommend losing your savings to it.

That is my take on TruGolf TruFlight 2. I’d leave the rest up to you.

Happy golfing!

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