What to expect from a lesson
Scott began by explaining that the lesson would start with fun before technology. Alissa then used the Robo Golf Pro to see what happens after using robo gunfire.
Dr. Scott Lynn from Swing Catalyst then took a look at Alissa’s pressure traces to help better understand how they could program the Robo Golf Pro to address her swing flaws.
Analyzing the data
Scott explained that the data showed how Alissa was interacting with the ground. He noticed that her pressure was slightly less, which may lead to an over the top swing. He also noticed that she had a little too much sway in my golf swing.
Perfect model swing
Scott then programmed the Robo Golf Pro with what he calls the perfect model swing. This allows Alissa to train her swing inside and under the swing plane while learning to roll the club face through impact.
In a regular session, Scott recommends doing a few reps on the robot to get the most out of the lesson. He also recommends creating opposites to get to a middle ground.
Tracing the robot
Alissa also loved the drill where she used her own club to trace or follow the robot through the swing path. This drill helps to create the opposite feeling and allows Alissa to master the swing.