I know. My point was that rotation will read as translation when the sensors are mounted where they are. So it’s important to understand that stuff.
I have a lot of experience with motion capture stuff. GolfTEC is pretty primitive.
Let me start out by describing our league. We have a 40 player, 2 player team league. All ages and handicaps.seniors can play from the gold tees. Everyone else from the whites. Pretty casual, general USGA rules, but we all know we're there for fun and just to enjoy the game.
We require everyone to pay a set league fee that applies to skins, proximity prizes and payouts for 1st and 2nd place at the end of the year.
The issue some members have is we have one player that is a +3 handicap and generally takes a good majority of the prize money every week. Once was a tour player and has no problem telling everyone that he's only on our league for the money. As the league president I feel it's my duty to try to address this but I don't know what is within my rights to try to make it fair. I don't want to loose members and I don't want to seem like I'm singling this guy out.
Please, any ideas...
For those interested in learning more about how Motion Capture may help the golfer, here is a link to an article: The Importance of Side-Bending at the Top of the Swing
Biomechanics in Action: The Importance of Side-Bending at the Top of the Swing | K MOTION
By Chris Poulin Attaining Effective Sidebend Ranges Among the golf professionals with whom I’ve worked, it’s widely accepted that there needs to be some side-bending of the upper body at the top of the backswing. But...
Please note most of the articles available are by vendors of Motion Capture devices and/or coaches using these devices.
True. My course took those away. They’re spraying baskets then we get them ourselves. Basically the gloved attendants spray everything before and after they’re touched. Of course my range is semi-private and I’m usually the only one here.