We all know that the golf swing is such a fast movement that it is very difficult to analyse. A good instructor will be able to see from positions of it and analyse your swing out from that.
But even a good Pro is better out using a Analyse Device where he can see exact what
you are doing and he can also let you see what you are doing. That is an important
difference. Corrections shall be made in real time or as near real time as possible.
Many times no way to analyze and improve.
Trackman, Flightscope, Toptracer and other Ballflight Systems are good help if used in a
correct way, (far too many golfers use it only for technical purposes. Just looking
at figure-results, bad - good, bad - bad- good. You dont know what caused the bad ones,
no way to see and understan why). They are "Doppler-radars"and can measure and calculate all Club Head Data as well as exact ball trajectory and distance. Together with Video cameras and advanced Software, this is probably as exact you can come in analysing / teaching. It is not necessary to know so much about the technique behind, the important thing is that students experience a very rapid learning. After every shot we have club and ball tracking data’s and in conjunction with simultaneous swing video we can learn to understand and fulfil the important learning criteria’s. We also get results and can practise and correct as near REAL-TIME as possible.