There we were, side-by-side – me, and my (way) better, younger, blonder, professional golf “sister.” It was an eye-opening, awesome, absolutely instructive moment, and one that I can view to my heart’s content because it’s stored on my computer.
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Few of us yearn to see ourselves on video, but according to the National Golf Foundation, golfers learn 3 times faster that way! Time to get before the camera? Here are 5 reasons to give it a go.
- Power of the picture
65% of us are visual learners. We absorb and recall info best by seeing it, so for us video is a super-efficient teaching tool.
- Versatile video
With slow motion, stop action, overlays of lines and angles, videos are extremely good at explaining elements of a swing.
- Teacher aid
Video assists an instructor in diagnosing swing flaws and then working with a student to develop a plan to improve.
- Make the change, see the change, feel the change
A new move our instructor suggests may feel awkward and strange. Video confirms the feeling of a proper move and helps a student correlate a feel with positive results. Practice is much more productive and change happens faster.
- Take it with you
We can put our video on our smart phone and watch it before practice. It can live on our computers, an individualized teaching tool that lasts and lasts.
“Every picture tells a story don’t it” – and just maybe that story is all about golf game improvement!
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