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      We are the first facility in the Greater Belfast area to use the Boditrack pressure mat system which is widely used on the PGA Tour. Here we can see how we move our pressure in the golf swing. For me at this moment in time this linked with Trackman will be a complete game changer for your golf game. 


      How we move in our golf swing is absolutely pivotal in hitting the best shots we can. This video explains nicely where your pressure needs to be and a nice common trait in recreational golfers. All may not be as it seems until you can measure where your issues may be arising. We use the V1 Boditrack pressure mat so we can measure where your pressure is and at what time and then it is my job to help you move how we want you to move.

      It can be difficult to feel where your pressure is and when, but you will be amazed what you can find out about your golf swing when we use the V1 Boditrack pressure mat.

      Dynamic movement vs static movement

      Here is a video from a friend of Chris Jelly Golf – Richard Hughes explaining really well how we need to MOVE during the golf swing. Don’t get confused with staying still and moving WELL. With the Boditrack we show you how you move during your swing and how we can help you move better which in turn will help you on the way to hitting the ball more solidly, straighter and further all being well.


      Forget all the nice to know and how good your swing looks, if you can get better at controlling these 6 factors of your golf you are guaranteed to play better golf.

       Trackman vs GC Quad

      This video is very Interesting and try to watch to the end – taking note there is a noticeable difference in clubhead speed with both units.  Questionable you may ask but what’s important isn’t that one tells you that you are faster or slower they are simply measured at a different time. GC quad is measured just before impact and trackman is measured at impact or to be exact at the maximum point of compression. So with this in mind it seems obvious why the readings will be different. Who knows who is correct but bear in mind all of the data you read from the PGA tour is measured from a trackman so if using a GC quad your clubhead speed may not be as fast as you think!!!

      The important this is that you aren’t measuring one day from a trackman and the next from a GC quad.