Science and Golf II: Proceedings of the 1994 World Scientific Congress of Golf

By A. J. Cochran; M. R. Farrally | Go to book overview

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Possibilities available in teaching using videos and computers

P.A. Brostedt

Swedish Golf Academy AB, Stockholm, Sweden

Abstract

At Swedish Golf Academy video plays a major role in the learning situation. Recent advances in desktopvideo has provided us with tools that has raised the quality in our instructional material and given us new ways in providing the student with videotaped feedback.

Keywords: Visual feedback, Examples, Equipment.


1 Introduction

Visual communication plays an important part in golf instruction. Modern technology is now providing the golfteacher with tools that earlier were only found in sophisticated research set-ups, requiring expert knowledge to handle. A distinction can be made between using that type of equipment, for research, i. e. biomechanical analysis and used as a tool for visually communicating in the actual teaching situation. To use such equipment on the lesson-tee places high demands on speed, ease of use and low cost. It is fascinating that this technology is now available to the golfteacher.

The video camera is now a very common tool in teaching, and modern technology now makes it possible to bring live video into and out of the computer. Once in the computer, it can be manipulated, edited and mixed with graphics. This enables the teacher to show the student alternative ways of doing something, more clearly than video can show, which in fact only shows what the student is actually doing. The student can therefore be given more information and help in answering important questions such as “What am I doing, in relation to what the teacher is proposing?”

Science and Golf II: Proceedings of the World Scientific Congress of Golf. Edited by A.J. Cochran and M.R. Farrally. Published in 1994 by E & FN Spon, London. ISBN 0 419 18790 1

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