Ian Mowbray’s indoor studio consists of a projection net system, turfed floors with hitting section, GASPLab Multi Camera Software, K-vest unleashed 3D System, 3d launch monitor, online booking system and internet academy.
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For those golfers with a DIY gene, take advantage of the do it yourself install and Tim Nijenhuis a Golf professional in Lochem in the Netherlands is one such Golf Professional. After purchasing his studio equipment for us he implemented the install on his own. To find out more about Tim’s Golf School Go to his website. http://www.nijenhuisgolf.nl
Tuesday, May 25th, 2010
Closehouse Hotel and Golf in the North East of England is looking forward to using their GASP Coaching Studio at the end of this week. Not only are we installing the GASP lab video system Closehouse Golf Academy have a force Plate which is integrated directly into the GASPlab Pro software capturing important weight shift with video footage.
For the short game they have also invested into a SAM Puttlab for dynamic putting information. Training and biofeedback. So for those golfers wanting a top quality lesson in the North East Closehouse Golf Academy is certainly worth a visit.
Friday, May 21st, 2010
We have just upgraded the Gleneagles Golf Academy from their existing Dartfish Coaching system to the Gasplab system in both of their studios. This includes the GASP Lab video software along with the 3D biomechanics systems from K-Vest enableing Gleneagles to offer not just quality video lessons on their golf range and studio’s but also do a full screening of their customers and pupils with the K-vest. For anyone interested in getting a first class analysis of their golf game you would need to look no further than Gleneagles.
Not only will Gleneagles be able to have quality instruction with the latest technology they will also be able to view their lessons by mobile phone and GASP systems ebook solution which will help pupils stay in touch with their coaches.
Monday, February 16th, 2009
Mervyn’s been clocking up the air miles recently on his globe trotting studio installs.Â I early January he installed a Swing Studio for Craig West in Cologne.
A first for Mervyn as he was subjected to temperatures below -15 degrees C and that was in the day the warmest being -6 degrees C and a foot of snow.Â We thought we were having it bad here in the UK in fact the toilets were frozen up so nowhere to go except the 9th hole on the short course he was told suitable named yellow creek.Â Only joking Craig.
Back to the studio.Â As you can see from the picture below Craig has a 2 camera system with a third camera position in a fully secure room.Â Mervyn said that the room itself was very smart with podium where the computer equipment is stored and a sunken floor monitor.
I’m sure that Craig will benfit from the indoor facility maybe not at -15 degrees though.Â Best of luck Craig.