Days before LPGA Tour star Steph Kyriacou began her 2024 season, the Sydney native was announced as the first women’s golf ambassador for launch monitor giant, Rapsodo. Kyriacou was dialling in her irons and wedges, having changed her grip and swing slightly during the offseason, meaning her Mlm2Pro unit came in perfect timing.

“The Rapsodo is going really well, it’s easy to set up and it’s nice to dial in the wedges,” she told Australian Golf Digest at The Lakes. “The first few events for me are going to be a few short courses so I’m just trying to dial in that before I go.”

Kyriacou finished in T14 at the Saudi Ladies International, as well as a solid T41 in both the Honda LPGA Thailand and the HSBC Women’s World Championship.

The 23-year-old uses the carry distance, launch angle and total distance settings when she’s grinding away on her irons on the range.

“Carry numbers are especially important with a new swing, which I tweaked in the offseason,” she said. “It’s good to get those distances with the wedges, because there is no room for error in that part of the game. Launch angle is important to me, also, because my mis-hits are the high, spinny shot and not the strong flight. With the launch angle, I try to keep the trajectory down a bit so it comes out stronger. “

Kyriacou will be taking the compact, easily-transportable Mlm2Pro across the world this year.

“I think it’s going to go pretty good, I mean it’s very light it’s, very small. It’s very easy to set up it. It can just fit in the backpack. It’ll probably come to 10 countries.”

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