GOLF COACHING DEDICATED TO DELIVER
Joe has established himself as one of the best young PGA coaches in the South West. Popular with members at his Saltford Golf Club base, he is dedicated to helping golfers of all ages and abilities develop their skills and improve their game.
Joe’s approach to his coaching is based on keeping things simple and understandable for all level of golfer. He has built up experience working with beginner golfers all the way up to European Tour golfers. Joe is currently working with Somerset U16's Squad as lead putting coach, a role he is very proud to be in. in 2023, Joe also took up the role of Head Coach for Somerset Academy Girls Squad, this role enables Joe to expand his knowledge of working with a variety of ages and genders.
To help players develop their learning, Joe is a Level 1 & 2 Capto Coach and utilises the latest golfing analytical technology including CAPTO Putting System, HackMotion Wrist Sensor and GC Quad Launch Monitor.
PUTTING LESSONS WITH TECHNOLOGY
Capto Putting System is a state-of-the-art technology and training system designed to analyze and improve a golfer's putting stroke. It utilises a specialised putting sensor and software to provide detailed feedback on various aspects of the putting stroke, including path, face angle, impact position, tempo, and more.
The system captures precise data during the putting stroke, allowing golfers and instructors to identify areas for improvement and make necessary adjustments. It provides visual representation and numerical data to help golfers understand and correct their stroke flaws.
Capto measures over 40 real time parameters of the putting stroke to give you the best data about your stroke. Information given by Capto is crucial to making the correct changes within your lesson to get you putting better and lowering your scores.
Nearly half the strokes you make in a round of golf are used with a putter, therefore improving your ability on the greens will help you shoot a lower score.
Putting lessons using CAPTO will enhance one of the most important yet under practiced shots in golf.
GOLF LESSONS WITH TECHNOLOGY
Do you know that clubface control gives the ultimate control of your golf ball.
In fact, more than 80% of golf ball's initial direction is determined by the clubface position when at impact.
To improve ball flight, many coaches focus on aligning the player’s body position without paying that much attention to the wrists.
However, your hands are the only part of the body which is in direct contact with the club. Meaning that your wrist alignment directly determines the clubface angle.
Hackmotion is strapped to your lead wrist like a wristwatch, to provide feedback on wrist angles which directly influence clubface. This can not only be used within the full swing but is important within short game and putting. Hackmotion complements Capto putting system to help you master the greens.
HackMotion is a great addition to the ever growing relationship between teaching and technology to help you learn more about the game and understand your own tendencies!
GOLF LESSONS WITH TECHNOLOGY
The Foresight GC Quad is a highly advanced golf launch monitor that provides accurate and detailed data about a golfer's swing and ball flight. It uses high-speed cameras and advanced algorithms to track the club and ball movement, allowing it to provide precise measurements of various parameters such as clubhead speed, ball speed, launch angle, spin rate, carry distance, and shot dispersion.
The GC Quad is known for its accuracy and reliability, making it a popular choice for professional golfers, instructors, and club fitters. It offers real-time feedback and analysis, helping golfers to understand their swing mechanics and make necessary adjustments for improvement. Additionally, the GC Quad can be used both indoors and outdoors, making it suitable for practice sessions and club fittings in various settings.
The device picks up all its data using four sophisticated cameras. They measure everything between the club and contact to the ball. It measures: speed of club, angle of attack, dynamic loft at impact, where the club hits the ball on the face, .dynamic lie of the club, rate of club face closure, efficiency of impact, ball speed, spin of ball, spin axis of ball, launch angle, gives distance and carry data.