What is Golf MTRx? Golf MTRx (Metrics) is the first and only mobile technology that measures the movement of a golfer's pelvis through a swing and provides real-time feedback and immediate solutions to develop a more efficient and powerful swing. Create a breakthrough every time you practice and learn the metrics of your best swing so you can repeat it every time. Golf MTRx prescribes drills to address swing faults and help you improve your game.
PELVIS = POWER Why focus on the pelvis? If you had the time and inclination, you could read studies in biomechanics which determined that the pelvis is the foundation of a powerful and efficient golf swing. While higher handicap golfers just swing harder in an effort to gain more distance, golf professionals know that more efficient movement, especially movement of the pelvis as a vital segment in the swing, will result in better results, including more distance. The pelvis is the first segment of the kinematic sequence and is the first part of a golfer's body that must fire to generate the most power in a golf swing. For years this has been understood and accepted by golf professionals, many of whom have employed biomechanics and sensor systems in laboratories and research facilities to measure body movement during a swing. Golf MTRx put this technology in an easy-to-use mobile format for use on the driving range and even on the golf course -- at a price any golfer can afford.
Zeroline Golf developed Golf MTRx and the app provides customized drills to help you improve your golf swing. Drills are in the app but these are video drills to help you further your game. Devin Fitzmaurice, Co-Founder of Zeroline Golf, Co-Owner of San Diego Golf Institute and Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Certified Instructor explains the purpose of the drills and how to perform and measure using Golf MTRx iPhone & iPod touch app.
Golf MTRx helps you to find the power in your swing and based on the Kinematic Sequence. The premise of the kinematic sequence is that power is generated from the pelvis and transferred through the body to the torso, then to the arms and ultimately to the hands and club head. If any part of the sequence is out of order, power is lost and swing faults can creep in to your swing.