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Supervised Practice with TrackMan
Because of the immediate feedback, when you practice on TrackMan you can be certain you are doing what you intend...or you will have the chance to make any adjustments that are needed.
One of Dom's favorite ways to have students practice on TrackMan is quite simple. Based on the ball flight a player wants as their "stock" shot, he sets up three parameters: "Launch Direction" (where the ball starts,) "Face to Path" (the primary influence on the curve of the shot) and "Side" (the measurement of where the ball actually ends up.) For a draw, for example, Dom wants the student to consistently start the ball to the right of the target, to be certain that the clubface is consistently closed to the path and to consistently see the ball land just a bit to the right of the target so that it can roll towards the hole when it lands. Here's a screen shot of what this set up would look like.
Dom says, "By selecting a few relevant TrackMan parameters to share with students while they practice, they learn how to have focused and purposeful practice sessions, even when they are away from TrackMan. This is important because too often, golfers end up chasing swing ideas and ideals that don't really improve their performance."