Technology in Teaching

Bernie Najar - Better Golf from the Ground Up

NOTE: Audio doesn't come in until the 6 minute mark. Our apologies. Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher Bernie Najar has become a leader in teaching with ground reaction forces and, in this presentation from the 2016 Proponent Group Summit, he goes into a variety of examples of how to improve your teaching effectiveness by incorporating ground force data into your diagnostics.

Ann Marie Gildersleeve - From Little Red Book to Little Orange Box: How to Blend Traditional Student Relationships with Today's Technology

Director of Instruction at Austin Country Club since 1999 and both a PGA and LPGA Member Ann Marie shares how to blend the simplicity of her mentor Harvey Penick's instruction with today's technologies. Building relationships with students is an art that requires technical skill and a personal touch to ensure their trust. Ann Marie shares how to do both during her presentation at the 2018 PGA Show.

Brian Manzella - How TrackMan and 3-D Data are Refining 21st Century Teaching, Part 1

Brian Manzella presents his findings using TrackMan Data on a variety of teaching topics.

Brian Manzella - How TrackMan and 3-D Data are Refining 21st Century Teaching, Part 2

Brian Manzella - How to Utilize New Ball-Flight and Golf Swing Science to Improve Your Teaching (Part 1)

Brian Manzella, owner of the Brian Manzella Golf Academy at English Turn in New Orleans, LA, breaks down recent discoveries in ball/club contact and how it may change the way you teach the game.

Brian Manzella - How to Utilize New Ball-flight and Golf Swing Science to Improve your Teaching (Part 2)

Brian Manzella, owner of the Brian Manzella Golf Academy at English Turn in New Orleans, LA, breaks down recent discoveries in ball/club contact and how it may change the way you teach the game.

Brian Manzella - How to Utilize New Ball-flight and Golf Swing Science to Improve your Teaching (Part 3)

Brian Manzella, owner of the Brian Manzella Golf Academy at English Turn in New Orleans, LA, breaks down recent discoveries in ball/club contact and how it may change the way you teach the game.

Brian Manzella - How to Utilize New Ball-flight and Golf Swing Science to Improve your Teaching (Part 4)

Brian Manzella, owner of the Brian Manzella Golf Academy at English Turn in New Orleans, LA, breaks down recent discoveries in ball/club contact and how it may change the way you teach the game.

Virgil Herring - How to Use Doppler Radar with Your Students, Part I

Virgil Herring, who runs his teaching operation out of Westhaven G.C. in Nashville, TN, has been a long-time user of TrackMan and offers his ideas for most effectively using Doppler radar during lessons.

Virgil Herring - How to Use Doppler Radar with Your Students, Part II

Virgil Herring, who runs his teaching operation out of Westhaven G.C. in Nashville, TN, has been a long-time user of TrackMan and offers his ideas for most effectively using Doppler radar during lessons.

Mark Sheftic - Teaching with Boditrack (Part I)

Mark Sheftic provides his insights into Teaching with Boditrak. Since 2008 he has been the teaching professional at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, PA, not too far from where he grew up in New Oxford. Before Merion he had stints teaching at John"?™s Island in Vero Beach, Florida and Sunnybrook Golf Club in Pennsylvania. As one of the younger generation pros who grew up with technology and computers, he has adapted well to all the new diagnostic tools in the game today and will share with you his thoughts on how you can best leverage force plate technology in your teaching in this session from the 2017 PGA Show.

Mark Sheftic - Teaching with Boditrack (Part II)

Mark Sheftic - Teaching with Boditrack (Part III)

Mark Sheftic - Teaching with Boditrack (Part IV)

Jon Sinclair - Discovering the Differences Between 2D Video and 3D Motion Capture (Part I)

Jon Sinclair, owner of Sinclair's Golf Training Center in Euless, TX, is a leader in 3D swing analysis. Here he explains the clear differences and advantages when being able to analyze a swing in three dimensions. Recorded at the 2016 PGA Show.

Jon Sinclair - Discovering the Differences Between 2D Video and 3D Motion Capture (Part II)

Jon Sinclair - Discovering the Differences Between 2D Video and 3D Motion Capture (Part III)

Martin Chuck - The Role of Technology in Development

Chuck relives his development in junior golf starting with his experiences shagging balls for Moe Norman and the mentorship George Knudsen provided. Chuck shares the simplicity of the technology his mentors utilized: A mirror and a weighted stick with a golf grip on it to his coaching environment today with iPad, TrackMan, Foresight Quad, physical screens, Coach Now and more.

Kevin Sprecher - Using Technology in Coaching

Kevin Sprecher of Sleepy Hollow Country Club in New York, shares how technology has evolved throughout his teaching career from early printouts with a medical printer to his current use of TrackMan. Sprecher also highlights how the technology he uses accelerates the learning curve for both student and the coach.