Biomechanics for Golf Pros: Exclusive Putting Workshop from Cambridge Golf
The TP Golf Academy at the Cambridge Golf and Conference Centre is hosting a workshop for PGA Professionals and top amateurs, regarding the understanding of Putting Biomechanics on 21st April 2008. Presented by Dr. Paul Hurrion, the seminar will help PGA Professional Golf coaches to improve their teaching skills through the use of biomechanical analysis.
Understanding the relationship between muscle movement and physics can help the golf pro to assess how the size, shape and strength of an individual golfer and the movement of their putter will affect the motion of the golf ball. The PGA pro trained in biomechanical analysis can better help the student to make minor adjustments to his or her swing to improve the accuracy of his or her putting. Through the study of biomechanics, a golf coach will also have a better idea of which muscles need training and can recommend appropriate exercises specific to the individual golfer.
The workshop at the Cambridgeshire-based TP Golf Academy will be highly interactive, including detailed biomechanical analysis by Dr Paul Hurrion with high speed cameras, synchronised force platform and computer analysis, to demonstrate the technical elements of the putting stroke.
The aim of the seminar is to teach golf professionals the biomechanical fundamentals of the putting action and to demonstrate how the golfer can improve technique, develop a sound, repeatable putting stroke and become more consistent. The workshop will also cover the concepts of skid and roll, pace control and green reading. All delegates will improve their knowledge of the process of putting for their own benefit and for coaching others.
The cost of the seminar is £115 including lunch and it will take place in the lovely setting of Huntingdon, easily accessible from both Cambridge and Peterborough. The TP Golf Academy at the Cambridge Golf and Conference Centre is equipped with the latest in 3D golf swing analysis technology and a state-of-the-art golf short game practice area.
Dr. Paul Hurrion specialises in biomechanical and sporting analysis using high speed cameras, force platforms and computers with 2D and 3D analytical software. He is a leading international biomechanist contracted to organisations such as UK Athletics, ICC and ECB. He is also putting coach to Open winner Padraig Harrington as well as many other top professionals.
For more information and to arrange to take advantage of the further short game coaching opportunities contact Jamie Donaldson at the Cambridge Golf and Conference Centre (http://www.cgcc.co.uk/) via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07733255044.
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- Academy Director & Head PGA Professional
- Cambridge Golf & Conference Centre
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