Finding the perfect swing is just like the holy grail for a passionate golfer. There are many sizes and shapes of golf swings, with players attempting to find the perfect one by spending most of their time on the practice range.
Bubba Watson, Adam Scott, and Jim Furyk are all great players but still, there is no difference in their swings. You must focus on finding the right swing for you. But what are the elements that can help you move to perfection? Is it the combination of power and technique, and the successful thoughts from our mind?
Rory McIlroy is famous for having the best swing in the game. So, what can amateur golfers learn from him and what’s different in his swing that makes it unique?
There are many ways that you can adopt to make more out of your swings. The key is to be able to analyze your golf swing at any angle. Here is some useful information that many professionals have shared. We hope that it will enable you to learn more techniques and improve your swing.
The science behind the swing: –
Expert golfers are continuously in search of finding an extra edge, and most of them are trying to improve the efficiency on their swing by looking to the scientific analysis. In the sports institute lab at Ulster University, Professor Eric Wallace and his team try to inspect how biomechanics impact the swing with the use 3D modelling. And they try to understand the entire process by analysing the data.
3D modelling technique: –
There is a great difference between the swings of a professional golfer and an amateur. By exploring this difference with the help of this 3D modelling technique you’ll be able to get every facet of your action analysed.
None of your action and faults will be hidden because there will be many cameras picking up the markers dotted around the club and your body. In the end, you can analyse the better and worse condition of your swing with the data that you have received.
The importance of this approach is explained by the Professor Wallace who says that the fundamental building blocks of the swing are the biomechanics, and everything else will go awry if the mechanics aren’t correct. The mechanics of the swing are about repeatability.
The naked eye and video are unable to measure what 3D model can, and the players get the opportunity to make specific improvements with the details of every aspect of the swing.
Getting Your Head right: –
Your mood changes significantly during the golf game. Sometimes it goes to glorious optimism with some successful shots while sometimes it goes to dark despair due to one poor shot. Mental strength plays an important role to help you treat the golfing triumph and the disaster the same way.
As Bobby Jones (the great amateur golfer) said: “Golf is a game that is played on a five-inch course — the distance between your ears.”
Keeping these things in mind you can learn to improve your swing.