Many golfers feel that they have the ability to play much better, even if they consistently score 90 or below on each round. Many also believe that, at their current talent level, they could break 80 or even shoot par. If you want to make the most out of your golf game, then it will take more than hitting a bucket of balls on the range.
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New technology has been created which allows users to place a sensor on the golf club's shaft. It captures your swing mechanics. After concluding your round of golf, take the sensor off and plug it into your smartphone, tablet or laptop to retrieve the analytics for each swing.
The statistics provided will show the club head speed for each golf swing as well as the swing path for each shot. You can share a video file of your golf swings with an instructor for immediate feedback and turn your best golf swing into your normal golf swing. Remember, practice doesn’t make perfect, it makes permanent!
Videos are a great way to show a golf swing in slow motion. The golf swing motion can be captured in a comprehensive sequential format which illustrates the inherent strengths and weaknesses of the golf swing. A video can make it easier to see the proper mechanics of a golf swing in order to emulate them on the course.
Confidence is the single most important factor in the game of golf. It doesn’t matter how great your natural ability is, confidence is necessary to achieve your full potential. You need a demeanor which never changes, especially after hitting consecutive bad shots, and the understanding that negativity is counter-productive. Better players know how to “shut out” negative thoughts.
Video Feature: Golfing Apps That Improve Play From Tee to Green, NYTimes.com Inside the Golfer's Mind, Golfdigest.com