How senior golfers can get more distance with new wrist technology in bay area

Balbi Golf releases a new technology of K-Coach 3-D Motion Analysis for their senior golfing clients. Further information can be found at https://www.balbigolf.com/.

San Carlos, United States - July 11, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Balbi Golf today announced the acquisition of the new K-Coach 3-D Motion Analysis system with wrist angle sensor and FlightScope launch monitor integration.

David Balbi, PGA has been using 3-D motion analysis systems since 1995 and was a pioneer in the field of 3-D analysis of golf swings. “The K-Coach system is a game changer” says Balbi, “through the use of biofeedback, golfers can connect onscreen cues and audio tones to enhance and speed learning”

For the first time ever, you can now precisely measure and train wrist angles for every shot with every club anywhere. Think about it as understanding and coaching the clubface, because how the lead wrist performs during the golf swing directly controls the clubface. Whether you are working on a player’s flexion/extension or radial/ulnar, K-COACH is the tool that lets you measure in 3D and then train with biofeedback.

K-COACH and our launch monitor will now be fully integrated. Think about it as cause and effect. You can now objectively see how your student’s swing directly affects the ball. With this integration, K-COACH is the only tool that seamlessly links the player’s body to the lead wrist to the club face to the ball, providing the complete picture of the golf swing. No more guessing.

The process is both simple and revolutionary. Using auto-capture, you collect a group of swings, pick the best one or use the average of a group and let the software automatically convert that swing into a customized training program. Next, the patented biofeedback guides golfers through the swing or shot that you have chosen. You help the golfer create the shot, K-COACH helps them repeat it.

The business will celebrate the launch by giving new clients a special offer.. It is their hope that it will give golfers an inside look at what they need to correct.. This is to be expected from a business who places huge amount of value on helping golfers get real results.

David Balbi PGA, owner at Balbi Golf also wanted to add “Other coaches might have the K-Coach system but very few golf instructors in the world has my experience in 3-D analysis and training.”

For further information about Balbi Golf or the new K-Coach 3-D Motion Analysis service, go to https://www.balbigolf.com/

Contact Info:
Name: David Balbi
Email: david@balbigolf.com
Organization: Balbi Golf
Address: 1300 Industrial Rd #15, San Carlos, CA 94070, United States
Phone: +1-650-595-2748

For more information, please visit https://www.balbigolf.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 375421

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