Several top golf professionals have used the K-Vest 3D Teaching Technology to improve their golf swings which allows the golfer to view video, 3D animation and key swing data.

Three wireless sensors on a vest worn by the golfer collects 360 degree data from the golf swing including alignment of hips, shoulders, arms and posture. The revolutionary technology enables 3 Hammers Golf Instructors to more effectively analyse the golf swing in 3D and provide real-time audio and visual feedback with outstanding results. This technology beats normal video as video is shot at 30 frames per second and the K-Vest at 120 frames per second.

Top golf teaching expert David Leadbetter supports the technology saying: “The K-VEST makes it possible to collect precise biomechanical data allowing unprecedented insight into the mechanics of the golf swing. I’m confident that this technology is the future of golf instruction”.

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Professional Piers Ward said: “The Golf Performance Studio will allow us to take golf teaching into a new dimension. Golfers keen to improve their game, whether amateur or professional, will benefit from this unique indoor, air conditioned facility”.

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