THE REFERENCE FOR PUTT ANALYSIS & PUTT TRAINING
SAM PuttLab is the worlds most accurate and comprehensive putt analysis and training system. It provides complete and extremely accurate analysis of your setup, putting stroke and vertical and horizontal impact. Additional modules allow comparing different putters or putt conditions. The fitting protocols offer solutions for professional putter fitting.
SAM PuttLab is based on a structured scientific training approach and displays the results in pure and easy to understand reports. More than 60 putting parameters support your training, coaching and tracking of your player’s development.
THE COMPLETE PUTTING EXPERIENCE
The SAM PuttStudio is the most advanced putting studio worldwide. It is a modular system and can be customized to your individual needs.
The SAM PuttStudio extends the abilities of the SAM PuttLab to the ultimate level and encompasses all the different functional areas to improve your putting, including putt stroke analysis, ball performance analysis, high-speed video, balance analysis or break putt training.
SOLUTIONS FOR COACHES, FITTERS & PUTTING STUDIOS
Benefit from the wide range of possible applications of the SAM technology. Science & Motion offers perfect solutions for training and teaching, high-end putting studios, putter fitting and putter sales, science and research.
Science & Motion
43% of the golf shots are putts, however, putting is rarely trained systematically. Neuroscience tells us that efficient learning is all about accurate feedback.
For the first time SAM PuttLab allows an individual and efficient way to train for ascertainable success. The PuttLab uncovers individual strengths and weaknesses and provides relevant feedback to tailor individual training programs. The PuttLab has been used to collect a reference data sample of 100 PGA Tour players. The data reveals a wide variety of different putting techniques and putting strategies. The common attribute between players is the high consistency of the individual performance.
The implications on teaching and coaching putting are discussed. We conjecture that there is no one putting technique for all to master. Our data rather defines the framework for successful putting. Learning is defined as the search for an optimal solution in the individual motor-workspace, trading off sound technique and high consistency of movement automation.