Another great use of Live View Golf is to insure that you maintain a stationary post during your entire swing. Patrick Parrish shows how to monitor yourself using front facing video to insure that your head stays stationary to avoid fat or thin ball strikes.
In this video, Patrick Parrish explains how to get started drawing your swing plane and what to look for when working on swingplane.
We have another video on Revolution Golf with Martin Hall this time. Martin explains how Live View Golf helps you monitor your shift and rotate move on the downswing using a “from the behind” Camera angle that is impossible to achieve with a mirror.
We have a new review from Chris Ryan Golf! Chris does a great job explaining how to use the camera and what the main benefits are. Check out his review below and subscribe to his Channel!
Martin Chuck does a review explaining Live View Golf and how to use it to make your practice more efficient. To see the Video at Revolution Golf, click the image below and follow the link to Revolution Golf.
Swing Plane is fundamental to a consistent and efficient golf swing. In this segment Patrick explains the fundamental nature of the swing plane and compares Jack Nicklaus, Johnny Miller, Ben Hogan and Bryson DeChambeau. Using Live View Golf it is not only easy to analyze and visualize different swing planes, it is also easy to […]
Posture is possibly the most important part of your swing. Good posture sets up your swing for success and gives you greater efficiency and therefore power and distance. Patrick Parrish analyzes the 5 most common posture problems, and explains how to set up properly.
Much like a mirror, Live View Golf is a great tool to help you monitor your own swing from the front. Using our video feed and some alignment objects we can draw in stationary posts for reference to show swaying off the ball. Seeing this movement in real time helps you learn to swing without […]
Live View Golf is ideal for instructors in a group setting . Using multiple cameras, an instructor can work effectively with several students, to allow each student to continue to make progress.
One key component to improve your distance is creating good clubhead lag through impact. Patrick Parrish shows a drill to teach yourself how generate more lag using the “Pump Drill”. The pump drill can also be simulated effectively using the Live View Golf camera, by drawing a vertical line next to your left hip in […]