Academy Technology & Amenities
An important component in any lesson is visual feedback, instant video replay sets the mental image for the student to alter their swing. Only after you are able to alter the perception of the technique from the actual technique, will the student be able to alter the physical component and begin to build corrections into what is referred to as 'muscle memory'. Although 'muscle memory' does not technically exist, the physical feeling as it relates to the actual image of the physical motion is without question, easier to alter with video than without. Instruction with video is a tremendous advantage in any form of motor skill learning.
FlightScope’s 3D motion tracking devices are not just about ball measurement; they can also help with your golf swing analysis by measuring 24 variables related to your Ball, Club or Swing, such as:
- Ball Data
- Club Data
- Club Speed
Club Speed Profile
Club Acceleration Profile
Face to Path
Angle of Attack
Vertical Swing Plane
Horizontal Swing Plane
The ball’s entire flight is tracked, which means you have exceptionally comprehensive ball measurement information instantly available, helping you to improve your golf swing.
Titleist Performance Institute
The most efficient golf swing is not the same for every golfer, because efficiency is unique to their body. To achieve an efficient swing, a golfer must first be screened using the Titleist Performance Institute Golf Fitness Screen. This screen involves an assessment of swing mechanics and biomechanics, physical fitness, movement quality, current health and a client history.
Once this screen is finished, the results are used to create a plan unique for that golfer. The plan may include fitness training, physical therapy and treatment, coaching of swing mechanics and biomechanics, nutrition, mental strategy or all of the above.
Provides quantifiable data that illustrates how a golfer is using Ground Reaction Forces during the golf swing. It is a 3-layer fabric sensor mat consisting of alternating conductive and semi-conductive materials. As force is applied to a location, it alters the current passing through that exact location. It scans the surface over 100 times per second, reading how an athlete applies pressure to the surface below.
Without core symmetry, the body compensates and rotates the hips open or closed. Research shows that symmetry is created by three factors: stance width, grip size and posture. These highly individualized positions are measured and created as part of our Wright Balance Body Assessment.
This collaborative app and online platform allows for streamlined communication between the instructor and student. Students, parents and authorized coaches have simplified acces to practice plans, video, images and instructor communication.
Shot by Shot
Using the unique Strokes Gained analysis (as seen on PGA Tour broadcasts), Shot by Shot provides accurate and personalized analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of one's game. This is used to steer lesson and practice focus.