Title:
Driving dynamics accura swing system
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
A golf training device has an elongated body, including two closely-spaced elongated members moveable, relative to each other, along an axis parallel to the body, so the length of the body may be adjusted to accommodate different sized players. A protractor is attached to one end of the body. Once placed on the ground proximate a golf ball, so the longitudinal axis of the body is aligned with a target, and the protractor end is further from the target, the body provides a visual cue to a player of a path, along which the player should swing a golf club. Graduations, and optional moveable markers, on the body may be used to indicate proper placement of the ball and the player's feet, so the ball is located at the player's center of gravity. The protractor may provide a visual cue as to when the player should turn his/her wrist.



Inventors:
Piper, Jackson R. (West Palm Beach, FL, US)
Application Number:
11/360823
Publication Date:
01/08/2009
Filing Date:
02/23/2006
Primary Class:
International Classes:
A63B69/36
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Primary Examiner:
LEGESSE, NINI F
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Jackson R. Piper (West Palm Beach, FL, US)
Claims:
I claim the following:

1. The Driving Dynamics Accu-Swing device is a Golf training tool that will allow the student to hit the golf ball long and straight from tee to green. It is unique in that it is telescopic which allows the golfer to adjust to fit his or her individual stance. This allows the golfer to place the ball at his center of gravity which will allow him to reach equilibrium in relation to center of gravity thus producing maximum power at impact when the club meets the ball. This device is also unique in that it has a protracted end which gives the golfer a cue as to when to turn his wrist and reach equilibrium as respects two intersecting lines when degrees change from degrees to inches. There is no other device like this on the market today.

Description:

  • 1. The graph on page one of one shows a golfer how to reach equilibrium, The center and most powerful point of impact in hitting a golf ball.
    • a. this is achieved by simply placing the ball in the center of the graph.

  • 2. The protracted end of the graph guides the golfer as to when to turn his wrist To reach equilibrium as respects moving the golf club from degrees to inches.
    • a. The Accu-Swing system is telescopic and is therefore adjustable
    • b. Whether a golfer is two feet tall or six feet tall the system guides him or Her as to where to place their feet.
  • 3. The Driving Dynamics Accu-Swing System helps you tee up the ball on plain 18 to 36 inches before your address and follow-thru, giving you the ability to hit the ball long and straight every time.