The Golf Show 2010 – Harrogate October 26-28th

October 29th, 2010 | Putting Biomechanics, Tuition

The Golf Show 2010 has been hailed an overwhelming success with more than 1,200 PGA professionals visiting Harrogate International Centre over the three days. Stands were packed throughout the event and suppliers reported large amounts of business written as delegates conducted their forward buying for the year ahead.

In addition hundreds of PGA members filled the education programme to hear a range of speakers, business and coaching panels and seminars including Dr Paul Hurrion. The show spanned three halls of the impressive centre where delegates were able to see latest products from suppliers such as TaylorMade-adidas, PING, Titleist, Nike, Callaway, Hi-Tec and Srixon Cleveland.

The show, organised by the PGA, Foremost and TGI Golf, was open to all PGA members from across Europe and the three parties reported positive feedback at all levels. PGA chief executive Sandy Jones said: “I think the good news from the whole week is that from the first moment of the show, in fact even before it had officially opened, there was a buzz of expectation and a positive expectation that this was going to be good and that feeling has been maintained through the three days.

“The educational programme has been excellent with a wide range of seminars and speakers that have all been extremely well received. No one who has attended the show will go home without having learned something or benefited in some way and all I think are leaving with a feel good factor.”


SEMINAR TITLE: PUTTING BIOMECHANICS – Thursday 28th October 2010

Presented by: Dr Paul Hurrion :

Introduction
This is a condensed version of Dr Hurrion’s popular Putting Biomechanics all day seminar held at the PGA National Training academy. His knowledge and information about the Putting Stroke and Putting Technique and analysing the reaction of the ball to different putters is the same as is shared with the top European Tour Professionals he works with. This information should be of vital interest to every golfer who has ever had serious thoughts about understanding Putting.

Learning Outcomes
By the end of this session, participants will have a better understanding of:

• the human biomechanics of the putting stroke
• the technique of the putting stroke
• the reaction of the golf ball to different putters / techniques
• how to use this information to benefit of their own putting stroke
• how to use this information to boost putting lessons / putter fitting / putter sales
• use of technology for serious analysis of the Golfer’s technique, the Putter and Putter Fitting.

For further information please visit : http://www.golftradeshow.co.uk





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