Falcon 1 Game Improvement System
The Ultimate in Golf Swing Teaching Systems Is Here!!!
Welcome to the Falcon 1 Game Improvement System. The Game of golf has seen many teaching, fitting and swing improvement systems involving cutting edge technology. Unfortunately all these individual methods of improvement are independent of each other.
With Falcon 1 we integrate instruction and club fitting in a unique method and process we call Positive Co-relation. Our methodology differentiates the Visual plane of a player from the Effective plane of the Player. The term Effective plane was discovered and introduced by Asian tour and Indian tour professional Gurbaaz Mann in 2010 along with Jessie Grewal who is currently the director and head of the National Golf Academy of India.
Positive Co-relation is a process that has been identified, invented and implemented by Gurbaaz Mann to mathematically design and establish the relationship between physical attributes of a specific golf club and the corresponding reaction of a player in terms of bio- mechanics.
Several professionals on the Professional Golf tour of India and the Asian Tour have successfully been through the process and had their best finishes ever within a couple of weeks. The Falcon 1 system claims a hundred percent success rate for players of any proficiency and skill level. Players have vouched for the process and have called it the fastest and simplest game improvement system.
Our research has proven that many protocols of teaching are in contradiction to the protocols of club fitting in the industry. We believe that there is one integrated system for both.
Falcon 1 and FitChip
The FitChip shaft analysis and frequency matching software was invented in the 1990’s by Lloyd Hackman and its success over the years could only be seen in patches. As a result, some people were skeptical about its accuracy. Today we have bridged the gap between the FitChip Data and the player’s golf swing to arrive at the protocols that ensure perfect readings of a players release timing in relation to swing speed and club weight. The evolution of FitChip technology has recently conceived the new FitChip Player. It uses a high speed camera to visually track the player’s swing and the corresponding role of the shaft through the shot.
A Frame by frame analysis gives the player a perfect understanding of his technique and efficiency of the shaft to be able to help him find the right specifications. Post the process there will be an immediate and considerable improvement in the player’s ball striking. The ball flight will be visually better and spin rate ideal.1. Digital High Speed Video combined with digital shaft load and unload Data.
2. See swing faults not obvious to the naked eye or on High Speed Video alone.
3. The most accurate and advanced patented shaft fitting system available.
4. Match the shaft to the players swing timing/shaft kick release.
5. Note, the loaded club in the picture above shows it is loaded, getting the shaft back to straight at impact does not depend on swing speed but depends on coordinating the players swing timing with the natural frequency or spring action of the shaft. The straight shaft at impact produces both the best accuracy and club head speed.
Perfected Golf Group, Ltd. the parent company of Lotus Golf is currently offering the the first phase of a new Teaching System which offers a major step forward in swing analysis tools. The new Teaching System better allows the teacher and student to see the cause and affect of the timing of each move in the students swing in minute detail. With the current high speed video we can see the moves in detail but there is no link to cause and effect which the new system will provide.
Advanced Digital Teaching System
Why The Digital Teaching System?
With the High Speed Digital Camera and the FitChip’s capability of gathering swing data, combined with the teachers understanding of the golf swing, swing faults never seen before become apparent. FitChip uses an accelerometer that records the acceleration pattern and club head speed throughout the swing, from which the teacher can derive club release timing and other critical swing parameters. Using this information coordinated with the corresponding high speed video frame of the player’s swing, the teacher can now see, analyze and correct swing faults invisible to the naked eye. Any video camera can be used but the higher the speed the better the definition of the swing faults.
The Teaching Session
Step 1. We will first establish basic swing faults of the player. This is accomplished through the use of a video and FitChip gathering the swing data.
Step 2. The video and FitChip data will be brought together on the computer for analysis by the teacher and student.
Step 3. The student and teacher will decide on which swing faults will be addressed to achieve the students objectives.
Step 4. The teacher will begin the lessons concentrating on the swing faults that were selected by him and his student. At the end of each session more data will be gathered to assess the progress in eliminating the swing faults.
Using the PERFECTED TEACHING program the specific video swing will be selected and then the corresponding FitChip swing data. The frame speed of the Video will also be entered into the computer to facilitate coordination of the specific video frame with the swing data. The video and FitChip swing data will be shown on the computer side by side. On the large computer screen we can actually view the acceleration swing pattern and club head speed side by side with the video. Figure 1 and 2 are representative of the type of acceleration and club head speed data provided by the FitChip along with the corresponding video. The blue line of the graph represents the player’s club head acceleration or shaft load curve. The red line represents the club head speed in the down swing. Once the data is in the computer the video is played and the ball impact frame is identified. The computer then sets a vertical line on the chart at ball impact. Then when the video is replayed this vertical line will move across the data at the corresponding data time and video frame time. In Figure 1 we can see the vertical line shows the shaft being loaded while if we look at the video frame we can see the flex in the shaft indicating loading. While in Figure 2 we can
See the vertical line is now on the unloading side of the load curve. In the video you can also see that the shaft is almost back to
straight. If there was an obvious swing fault in this load curve, as many as 6 snapshots can be taken in time increments across this fault area and displayed on the screen, all at the same time. Being able to see this swing fault area, frame by frame, all at one time will enable the teacher to better analyze the cause of the swing fault.
Additional phases will be added to this program, over the next couple of years, providing digital data for other important full swing parameters.