Golf Technology Used by Tony Emma
Tony has been teaching golf professionally for over 30 years, over that time we have seen several shifts in the golf instruction industry, teaching methods, teaching aids, high-speed video analysis software, pressure mapping and most recently the introduction of launch monitors to help quantify the numbers (clubbed speed, ball speed, distance, & smash factor) of a students golf swing.
Tony continues to evolve his teaching and stays current on the latest trend. He is proud to represent the following companies and use their products as a part of his teaching program.
V1 Pro Mobile Swing Analysis Software
V1 Pro Software is the #1 Golf Swing Analysis, with a 30 year history as the game leader.
The industry leader in video analysis and integrated ground pressure data.
V1 PRO is the ultimate instruction software solution, for in person and remote coaching.
Students can download the Student Version to keep track of their lessons and interact with Tony between lessons!
Foresight Sports GC3 Launch Monitor
Launch Monitors are no longer just for Tour players. Tony spent several years watching the progress and staying on top of the latest models and offerings before deciding on the FORESIGHT GC3 model. He was looking for something that would provide his students with the feedback and numbers that really mattered for them to improve and would have the greatest benefit on their game.
Teaching outside off grass and not in a studio provides a specific set of challenges, the GC3 has 3 precision cameras for both ball and club data.
A touch screen display that’s easy to read outdoors.
V1 Sports Pressure Mat
During your routine set up and swing, the pressure mat will capture everything about your movement.
Easily diagnose problems within your swing utilizing the real time data using the BodiTrak App.
Using the information given to you, you can now drastically improve your game.
How you put force into the ground throughout your golf swing can determine how consistent you are and how much power you put into the ball. Using a V1 Pressure Mat or other force plate monitor is key to understanding this.