The Golf Academy offers the latest in golf teaching technology — the K-Vest. With three wireless sensors that strap to the student's back, waist and wrist, K-Vest uses motion software to capture all of the elements of the golfer's swing, from set-up, to impact and follow through. Detailed information is then communicated to the instructor's laptop for review.
K-Vest studies six elements of the swing, measuring them in varying degrees of rotation, tilt and bend.
Once the software has captured the quantitative results from the golf swing, it compares the details of the swing to an ideal range. Personal results that lie within the ideal range are highlighted in green. Those that lie outside the range and need improvement appear in red. Each time a student prepares to swing, a chirping tone indicates that they have achieved the correct level of rotation, tilt or bend, in their backswing.
For more information on the K-Vest system, or to book a lesson with certified K-Vest instructor, Chris Stoudt, please call the Golf Academy at 212.336.6444.