Charles is simply the vest at Edge
ALDERLEY Edge Golf Club professional Charles Le Sueur has always been at the cutting edge of technology in golf coaching and his latest innovation – the K-Vest7 has moved him to another level in his indoor studio at the club.
Charles said: “K-Vest 7 is the world’s first 3D human motion learning system being a wireless system that instantaneously measures a player’s power signature and 3D data.
“This data allows me to provide the golfer with a development programme that will help them improve faster than ever before.
“Using K-Vest7 I can break down the four phases of player development.
“The first is to measure the movement patterns in greater detail than the fastest video cameras on the market.
“Secondly, it assesses, as once I have measured the swing it is time to assess the data which can help evaluate player movement generating easy to use reports and offers recommended programmes for the areas of the swing which need improving.
“Thirdly, it aids coaching – as the software provides intuitive biofeedback that allows me to coach new skills and movement patterns – every time to player is in the correct position not only will the computer screen change colour but also play music.
“And lastly, it helps train, as improving the swing is about more than just taking lessons and needs the player to put in the practice to make the new skills and movement patterns permanent. It all helps to speed up the learning process.
“I am offering all golfers a free trial 3D lesson to help them see how the technology can help them improve and to book contact me on either 01625 586200 (x2) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.”
Pics- Charles in action with the K-Vest 7 system
Action on the course at Alderley was restricted to a ladies 5-club singles Stableford won by Sandra Smith with 17 points. It was Sandra’s second successive win since she enjoyed the KVest7 experience with Charles
There was plenty of action at Styal with a Wednesday Stableford being won by Tom Bloor with 20 points, one more than Mike Burchell.
Styal Seniors played the 15th round of their Winter League and Alan Townsend was the main man with 39 points from Mr Consistency Harry Reid 38 and Steve Wild and Jim Stokoe both 37.
Styal’s junior Cheshire star Ryan Nevins showed his class in a Saturday Stableford posting 41 points to top division one by three points from Simon Geddis, Will Dodds and Alan Brooks.
In division two Ged Stevens was out on his own with 41 points six more than David Jones, Dennis Chester and Dave Halliday.
A BB Stableford for Macclesfield’s men was won by Clive Howlett and Paul Burgess with 32 points.
A Thursday Stableford at Shrigley Hall had Martin Jackson posting a fine haul of 42 points to put him clear of Howard Stringer 40 and Roderick Scott 37.
Davenport’s men played a Two from Four Stableford and the fab four of Peter Beckett, John Bamford, Andrew Bryce and Philip Gardener led in with 79 points one more than Graham Boon, Bill Smith, Steve Travis and Jim Thornhill.
The latest round of the Styal Ladies Winter League had Claire Whitney as a clear winner with 29 points from Sue Grange 22 and Enid Laverty and Mel Hill, both 21.
The popular and successful Mark Smith Classic will take place at Stamford Golf Club on Friday May 20.
The Four Man Team event promises to be packed full of great golf, good food and superb prizes and there will be two shotgun starts at 9am and 1.30pm.
Contact the pro shop at Stamford for more details or to enter.
It’s getting down to the crunch in the Scratch Knock Out for the Manchester and District Alliance with the players aim- ing to reach finals day at Ashton-on-Mersey on April 10.
With the preliminary round and round one completed there is a high quality field of 16 left in the action led by reigning champion Graham Cox (Davenport) who beat Jamie Chadwick (Stamford) to book a last-eight tie against Colin Moroney.
The rest of the draw is: Andy Palmer (Chorley) v Gary Norcott (Stockport); Craig Daggitt (Bramall Park) v Grant Hamerton (Pike Fold); Phil Archer (Birchwood) v Mark Hancock (Cheadle); Tim Maxwell (Knutsford) v Adam Hodkinson (Chorlton); Tom Bolton (Gatley) v David Brunton (Ringway); Mark Smith (Stamford) v Graham Neville (Northenden).
●● Charles Le Sueur in action with the K-Vest 7 system