Technology

 

State-Of-The-Art Technology

Brandon utilizes PGA and LPGA Tour-Proven technologies with all of his students. It's critical to take the guesswork out of swing deficiencies and body movement restrictions to provide the most efficient path to improvement. See below for more details on Brandon's arsenal of technology he brings to the lesson tee.

 

Foresights QuadPro

THE MOST TRUSTED LAUNCH MONITORS IN THE WORLD.
Our latest and greatest, the GCQuad delivers unprecedented ball and club performance data as well as a spectrum of professional features in a compact, ergonomic design.

Trackman

Golf practice and player development are going through a period of tremendous change, and technology is a central component in that transformation. The mapping of swing DNA is now possible, as is the quantification and comparison of swing feel vs. real. Technology also empowers us to monitor granular swing changes over time. These are just a few, compelling examples of how to unleash talent more effectively. With TrackMan, you have all those tools to jump ahead. From our groundbreaking club and ball tracking golf radar systems to the best performance enhancing software available in the industry today.

Blast Motion

Every golfer struggles with 3-putts because they can’t control timing.
Blast Golf is the solution. The Blast Golf swing analyzer sensor captures your stroke metrics, helps you analyze your data, and provides drills to improve your timing. By improving your timing, you will make more putts.

JC Video

An important component in any lesson is visual feedback, instant video replay sets the mental image for the student to alter their swing where traditional instruction without video fails. Only after you are able to alter the perception of the technique from the actual technique, will the student be able to alter the physical component and begin to build corrections into what is referred to as 'muscle memory'. Although 'muscle memory' does not technically exist, the physical feeling as it relates to the actual image of the physical motion is without question, easier to alter with video than without. Instruction with video is a tremendous advantage in any form of teaching motor skills.