Jim McLean’s 8 Step Swing Program

The world’s first automated Video Swing Analysis system based on the renowned Golf Instructor Jim McLean’s “8 Step Swing

“Step by step, a golfer is able to perfect every element of his swing.”

Jim McLean

Jim McLean’s 8 Step
Swing Program

Jim McLean has taught more than 100 PGA Tour, LPGA and Senior PGA Tour players and his Eight Step program is both the best-selling golf DVD and golf book in America. Now, through HD Golf™ simulators, anyone can access this method of training that has helped build some of the greatest golfers in the world.

The HD Golf™ simulator records and analyzes a golfer’s swing in real time. When the system detects that the golfer’s position and swing are out of the “corridor of success” or have committed a “death move”, the simulator will automatically alert the golfer and presents him or her with video coaching from a “virtual”Jim Mclean.

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Real time swing analysis

HD Golf’s™ Golf Simulator records and analyzes a golfer’s swing in real-time, breaking it down into McLean’s 8 steps – from setup to follow through.

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McLean’s “corridors of success,”

The goal at each step is to stay within McLean’s “corridors of success,” or safety zones in which the golfer’s club and body are in a good position to strike the ball well. If the golfer remains within those corridors, the system will indicate that they have “passed” that step and can move onto the next.

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“Death moves”detection

HD Golf™ Simulators also analyzes and detects “death moves”. A death move, a term coined by McLean, are actions that will kill your game, or positions that are so far from ideal – that you cannot recover to strike the ball well. When the system detects that the golfer’s position and swing are out of the “corridor of success” or have committed a death move, it automatically alerts the golfer and presents him or her with video coaching from a “virtual” Jim McLean as well as some appropriate lessons, drills and tips to improve performance.

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