How we use Data plus some Golf

You cannot have escaped the news on the General Data and Protection regulations (the GDPR), that has come into force on May 25. Companies have to become more cautious on all data related to their customers. In this blog we will detail in short what kind of data we use for our business. We explain what we are doing with data, and what not. We have an updated privacy policy as well. Please note that we cannot deal with all aspects of the GDPR. The requirements differ between companies, and differ between the various businesses. So it cannot be complete other than a quick overview.

In the second half of this blog we present some nice results achieved on more Speed work by Tour Tempo.

What Data

We collect typically three kind of data sets. When you become a customer with us, and purchase equipment or software, your name and address details are required for order fulfillment. In order to monitor delivery your email address, and preferably telephone number are required by the courier companies.  The second data set is primarily your email address entered onto our website. The email address gets stored in Mailchimp, most often via pop-ups by Sumo. You will receive Newsletters from us via this email address. The third set of data concerns data via cookies. These data are non-personal, but tells us of webpage visits, IP locations, and tell us which pages are relevant to our audience.

You can enter your personal data into an account with us to make the next visit easier and faster. You do not have to register with an account for our services however.

What we do with the Data

This section should rather be called «what we do not do with data». First of all we collect no profiling information on a personal level. Hence, your data are to get the equipment delivered to you in the best possible time. These data are with us for a period of seven years. This is the legal requirement for our financial information. Furthermore we do not sell customer data, nor  do we provide spam. We have also made sure, that you have access to your own data, so you can change or delete the data.

Companies used by us for technical services like the provider, emailer and pop-up capability are operating in line with GDPR. We have agreements with these companies to that effect.

Actions Taken

So for us your data are (and have been) important. Throughout the process you go through on the website you as customer can control your own data. Double opt-in for your email address, and consent with our Terms and Conditions, are key in the process for your consent with the data collection. Purchasing equipment and tools with us does not make an account mandatory. You have the choice, and you have the control over your data.

Our updated Statement can be read here Tour Tempo Europe Privacy Policy For other language versions of the statement swith the language selector at top or bottom of every webpage. Should you have questions however, let us know via email to golf@tourtempo.eu

So we continue with Golf

Hit it with more Distance

John Novosel is director of golf with Tour Tempo. John is gifted with real distance off the driver, despite age and weight! John’s doctrine on achieving more distance is higher clubheadspeed in combination with the proper launch numbers, spin numbers and hit on the clubface.

How to train for 411 yards off the driver

Picture with swingtempo taken from our Frame Counter App

 

 

 

This is what we can achieve with the combination of our tools and workouts. The Speedball and PowerModule provide you the resistance needed to «load and explode». John calls it effortless power. Enjoy further reading and videos here How to increase your Speed and Distance.