You were probably blown away by the 18,000 frames per second image that was being shown on your high definition television screen. Watching up close right in your face, various players at impact is a site to behold. Being able to see how the clubface reacts through impact is a powerful image, and one that can get you in trouble in your own game if you’re not careful...
Herein lays the problem:
1) What the viewer is seeing is a 110+ mile per hour swing cover the span of about a foot in a split second, slowed down to 18,000 frames per second which makes it looks long and slow.
2) What they probably don’t realize is that the club face is only “square” for perhaps a thousandth of a second in most swings. The Swing Vision camera is a great addition, but it is misleading in a sense that it makes impact look much different than it really is.