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What Does it Mean for Pros and Coaches?

Randy SparksDirector of InstructionPureStrike Medicus Golf AcademyDestin, Florida “If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it” The Golfer's Pivot and Golf MTRx The body (pivot) How the body moves in the golf swing is often called the pivot. The pivot consists of the feet, knees, hips and [...]

By |March 19th, 2013|Categories: Uncategorized|

San Diegans Create Unique Golf Instruction App

By Tod Leonard It is golf instruction that no one could have fathomed only a couple of years ago, because who knew we were going to have a gyroscope readily available in our phones? Golf instructor Devin Fitzmaurice, the co-founder of the San Diego Golf Institute at Riverwalk, was working [...]

By |March 12th, 2013|Categories: Uncategorized|

Bernard Sheridan

Owner Founder Par Breakers Golf Academy Golf MTRx Comes to Par Breakers Par Breakers Golf Academy is on a quest to help you, "Take Control of Your Game!" We have added Zeroline Golf MTRx app to our arsenal of tech toys to help you get the most out of your [...]

By |February 23rd, 2013|Categories: Uncategorized|

Randy Sparks

Director of Instruction & Coaching PureStrike Golf Academy, canadian viagra Destin Florida I wanted to share with everyone the following information regarding the Golf MTRx app and its use at PureStrike Golf Academy in Destin, Florida. The below jpegs were of “M” - a 15-year-old junior golfer who is a [...]

By |February 13th, 2013|Categories: Uncategorized|

Rigo Laborin

This app is far better than any other golf improvement training software that I’ve seen. Golf MTRx, unlike typical professional training aids, actually focuses on the functionality of movement in the golf swing and uses this data to evaluate efficiency make recommendations for improvement. Other products form their opinions through [...]

By |February 13th, 2013|Categories: Uncategorized|

Golf MTRx: A Different Way to Improve Swing Mechanics

By John Strege Sensors and apps that provide swing analysis are in vogue these days, but Zeroline Golf has introduced a system that differs from others. Golf MTRx does not come with a sensor. Instead it uses an iPhone's "integrated gyroscope to measure how the body moves," Tom Gibbings Jr., [...]

By |February 9th, 2013|Categories: Uncategorized|

What do the Kinematic Sequence & Swing Efficiency have to do with a lower handicap?

Are you as flexible and athletic as Dustin Johnson? Can your hips rotate and stabilize as fast as Rory Mcllroy or do you have as much power as Tiger Woods? All of us have watched videos of our favorite tour player, analyzed their every move, and spent countless hours trying to duplicate their perfect swing. But could you actually be delaying results in lowering your handicap by trying to mimic a swing that is impossible to reproduce based on your own body mechanics and athletic build? If you want to make improvements in your swing, you must understand that the golf swing is dynamic and unique to each individual. There are many different swing styles on the PGA Tour, but what is the common component of an efficient swing behind a successful 300 yard drive? Biomechanic Researchers discovered that efficient golfers generate and transfer power throughout their body in a specific order, called the Kinematic Sequence.

By |December 31st, 2012|Categories: Uncategorized|

Successful Beta Testing

Zeroline Golf ( has reported successful beta testing of its innovative Golf MTRx™ smartphone application and has initiated the process of submitting the app to the Apple App StoreSM. Golf MTRx has been tested by both individual golfers and golf instructors who have used the app in lessons with their students. Golf MTRx measures a golfer’s hip mechanics during a swing, displays the data in a visually simple and intuitive format, prescribes drills to help a golfer improve, and provides a platform for more frequent and effective interaction between instructors and their students.

By |December 25th, 2012|Categories: Uncategorized|