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Phoenix Business Journal
By Patrick O’Grady –  

Not all technology has to be monumentally significant to business. Some of it can simply help people learn how to hit a ball with a crooked stick.

Desert Mountain Club Inc. recently shelled out $1.6 million to overhaul its golf academy and become a little more tech-savvy. That has included implementing a three-dimensional motion-capture system to see how a golfer swings, a FlightScope system that uses Doppler radar to show how the club and ball are moving, and a video analysis system that the club claims Tiger Woods uses.

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