The camera doesn't lie
GOLF: How good or bad is your golf swing?Last week I was put under the spotlight on the insistence of Sarah Wilson, the director of golf at Suffolk Golf & Water Park at Bramford.
HOW good or bad is your golf swing?
Last week I was put under the spotlight on the insistence of Sarah Wilson, the director of golf at Suffolk Golf & Water Park at Bramford.
It certainly doesn't take long to find out the flaws in your swing!
In one of the bays at the impressive driving range, a camera is set up which will film your swing.
All you have to do is to bring your own video tape and for the cost of £4 you will be filmed from different angles for 15 minutes.
Then you go into the bar where the tape will be shown on a split screen and Sarah or one of the other two professionals, Shane Warren and Mike Garwood, will analyse your swing.
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"It's proving very popular," said Sarah. "With the help of Swingcam it will help to show exactly where you're going wrong!"
In addition, the three professionals are still offering lessons at £9.99.