The TrackMan Combine is a standardized test that not only enables you to identify the strengths and weaknesses in your golf game, but also allows amateurs and professional alike to compete on an even level.

The contest is available worldwide as long as you have access to a TrackMan.

Former Combine Leader - Steven Tiley.

“What is a TrackMan Combine?”

This is how it works.

You shoot a total of sixty shots towards ten different targets, starting with 60 yards wedge shots, ending with your driver. To spice things up, you hit three shots at each target incrementally over two rounds.


You hit three shots in a row to distances of 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 120, 140, 160, 180 yards and driver, where after you repeat it. Each shot equates to a score from 0-100 points, where 100 is the optimal or best possible score.

The test can be taken in 30-45 minutes.

Upon completion, your score must be uploaded to the global TrackMan Open leaderboard in order to be part of the contest. Ask your local TrackMan facility to do it for you.

You will see your score on the leaderboard here on BMWTrackManOpen.com