What is a golf swing? If you watch The Golf Channel you see all kinds of Top Instructors offering their golf swing advice to the viewers. Some are really good and make the process very simple but many tend to make it very technical to to get a player to do what they are talking about.
In its simplest form the golf swing is a back swing and a forward swing to a full finish, that’s it. The golf ball, which is just sitting there, doesn’t need to know all the technical jargon it just reacts to two things; the path of the club coming into the ball and the clubface orientation at impact (open, closed or square). How you do that isn’t an exact science and there really isn’t an absolute right or wrong.
Lee Trevino did it from a very wide open stance, Arnold Palmer did it from inside out, Jim Furyk does it with a big ole loop at the top and Allen Doyle made a living as if he were swinging in a crawl space. The golf ball could careless how you attack it but for all great ball strikers that 12 inches before and after impact is tells you all those swings have one thing in common; a square clubface.
At Dynamix Golf our system helps you identify what is happening in this all important 12 inches.
Integrated Swing Analysis - our sleek swing analysis, informing you at–a-glance of essential data related to your swing.
Many systems are very good at measuring and calculating ball flight, but lack the club head information needed to analyze and boost your performance. TruTrac accomplishes both. We not only know WHAT the ball did, but WHY the ball did it.