The D-Plane, Trackman, NBFL, etc. thread

Re: The D-Plane, Trackman, NBFL, etc. thread

Postby Frozen Divots » Sun Mar 04, 2018 9:38 pm

Are you saying 'spits out' or 'splits our'?

Looking at what you have there it looks like they are measuring in G-Force. Acceleration must be through impact. The top one looks like an unstable, weak club through impact. The bottom one would be more stable and better through impact. Bottom one the better player or at least accelerating into impact.

Are you asking how they measure this?
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Re: The D-Plane, Trackman, NBFL, etc. thread

Postby lagpressure » Mon Mar 05, 2018 9:38 am

Frozen Divots wrote:Are you saying 'spits out' or 'splits our'?

Looking at what you have there it looks like they are measuring in G-Force. Acceleration must be through impact. The top one looks like an unstable, weak club through impact. The bottom one would be more stable and better through impact. Bottom one the better player or at least accelerating into impact.

Are you asking how they measure this?


How are they measuring this?
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Re: The D-Plane, Trackman, NBFL, etc. thread

Postby Frozen Divots » Mon Mar 05, 2018 11:12 am

Use a radar window to capture accelerations. So you can get max acceleration and what it is at impact. The Horiztonal axis is distance from and to impact and the Vertical is simply measuring loads at various points in the radar window.

Problem is this depends on the club and you’d have to match load points/acceleration points with the club and player to really use it as a teaching tool. Easier for club-fitting.
But, it’s still isn’t measuring true energy transfer. I want to know rate from zero. This takes away the club aspect, meaning it’s a teaching tool whether you are fitted correctly or not.
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