The indoor Performance Studio is equipped with the latest Teaching Training Aids. The practice balls are Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x.
Trackman 3e Pro
The worlds most accurate radar launch monitor.
Trackman has its own powerful swing and ball flight analysis tools. Students receive a screencast of their lesson and this is stored in their own personal lock on www.mytrackman.com
4D Motion Golf 3D Wireless System
Powerful Full Body and Club 3D Motion Capture
3D visualization, data, graphs, angular velocities, and much more.
Swing comparisons and even acceleration vectors!
Scale to your height or even specific bone lengths for increased accuracy.
Simplicity & Ultra Portability
Lightweight straps or even tape sensors directly on skin.
You will forget they are there!
Flexible configurations using as little as 2 sensors or up to 16 sensors.
You can record swings on the golf course
BODITRAK GIVES YOU REAL-TIME DATA ON HOW YOU/YOUR ATHLETE INTERACTS WITH THE GROUND & INSIGHT ON HOW TO IMPROVE.
BODITRAK IS THE INDUSTRY LEADER FOR GROUND REACTION FORCE-SENSING MATS AND ASSOCIATED EDUCATIONAL INSIGHT.
Initial Launch Angle: provides you with the launch angle of the ball leaving the putter face. This is helpful to see if the ball is going too high in the air or being driven downwards into the ground and bouncing back up! The ideal launch angle is based upon the green speed and type of grass; however ideally you are looking for a launch angle of between 0.75 degrees and 2.0 degrees. Between 2.0 and 2.5 the number will turn Orange, but over 2.5 and the number will turn Red! The goal of launch angle in putting is to get the ball up out of the “nest” of grass it is sitting in just high enough to ride up on top of it. If you launch the ball to high, it has a better chance of bouncing when it lands and not rolling out smoothly. If it isn’t launched high enough the grass may pop the ball up causing an unexpected loss in speed and again not allowing a smooth roll out. For further analysis of the Launch Angle, click on the ‘Launch Angle’ Tab. Please Note : You can zoom in by left click and drag a rectangle. The rectangle you draw will be the new area…
Ball Speed: In the example above, after impact, there is a small drop in speed. This is followed by a constant ball speed to 4 inches, this can only be achieved if the golf ball is in the air (air resistance is significantly less than the friction created by the ball and the grass!). From 5 inches to 7 inches, there is a large drop of in ball speed, as the ball lands on the green, followed by constant ball speed from 8 to 11 inches (again airborne). Imagine if the ball was hit into the grain, the speed drop off would be even greater, down grain, not as much, thus making judgement of pace very difficult. it becomes very difficult to judge the correct line if the ball is jumping and slowing indifferently. In an ideal situation, you should look for a constant slope for the ball speed as it slows down. Pace determines line, a uniform deceleration of the golf ball ensures the ball is hugging the ground, thus enables the golfer to have a better feel for pace and line.