Knowing how far on average each golf club falls and how far from the centre, each golf club is crucial for evaluation. You can use GPS technology, laser technology, a radar launch monitor, a high-speed and high-speed camera, or a measuring wheel to accurately measure and record distances and scatter your golf club from the target. Currently, laser technologies are still the most accurate for measuring club distances, although radar launch monitors are approaching. The disadvantage of any startup monitor is correctly calibrated. Keep in mind that the starting monitor must be calibrated correctly in order to give accurate readings, usually without a laser device. Even the best military-grade Doppler radar monitors, must be calibrated daily.
These devices will quickly and easily record the distance and scatter for each golf club in your bag as soon as it is properly calibrated.
Another useful device, a portable GPS golf device, can be taken along during the round.These devices can record and then maintain the average distance for each used beat and club. The advantage is that they store this data for a certain period of time; You get a great maximum, minimum and best distance golf ball from the club. The disadvantage is that very important information about the dispersion is lost. If you do not have access to technology, you can simply zoom out and record your shots statistics, playing each round of golf, or use a driving range in which goals are precisely set and a raised tee as a setting for individual measurements without technology aids although this method is less accurate.
HOW TO COMPLETE THE GOLF BALL CONTROL AND DISTANCE ASSESSMENT
- Use a specially designed mesh or graph paper in steps of 2 to 5 yards.
- Hit a dozen shots with each club. You can do this for a specific period of time.
- Calculate the average distance and average primary dispersion to the left or right of the target.
- Create and record a touchdown point, including dispersion from a central target point.
- Attach a small strip to the axis of each suit, which indicates your average distance and spread.
- Check the note on the shaft of your golf club whenever you have doubts about the average distance/acceleration for this club.
- (Use the method/gauge of your choice.) Use golf balls and golf clubs that you usually play.
- Be sure to use your normal workout before evaluating.