Charles is sim­ply the vest at Edge

Macclesfield Express - - SEARCH - GOLF GE­OFF GAR­NETT

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 pro­fes­sional@aegc.co.uk.”

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

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