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この製品は意匠登録(1364960 )と実用新案
(3152866)により2028年まで保護されています。

2mを入れるのに1.5度(時計の1秒の1/4の角度、
3mを入れるのに1度(時計の1秒の1/6の角度の誤差しか
許されません。円弧ストロークで確実に入れるのは不可能です。

誰が何と言おうとこれは事実です。


世界のトッププロが実践するパッティングストローク

世界一確実、シンプル、軽量。
夢のシステムがここにあります。

現在ご使用のパターで簡単に利用できます。
完全な縦振り子ストロークが出来る訳があります。
これで引っ掛けや押し出しは完全に無くなります。

 




ドライバーやアイアンのフルスイングは体の回転と腕の回転による
ダブルレバーシステムです。しかしパッティングに腕の回転は不要です。
フルスイングと同じ円弧スイングは大きなミスを起こす原因になります。
背骨が水平に設定されグリップが肩の真下にあれば完全な縦振り子運動
が簡単に行えます。これで引っかけや押し出しは完全になくなります。
 顔面が水平を向くと胸骨は地面に
水平になります。グリップは肩の
真下にあります。そのポスチャーか
ら完全な縦振り子ストロークが可能
となます。肩の回転は後ろではなく
地面に対し縦方向に回転します。この
矯正機を使い左背中の大きな筋肉で
ストロークを行って下さい
確実に
安定します。 
(詳細)
地面に水平に設置された胸骨に
あたる回転軸。背軸から垂直に
下ろされたアーム&グリップ。
そこから生まれるストロークは完
全な縦振り子ストロークです。
そのグリップに握られたパターも
ライ角は付いているがパターヘッ
ドは常に目標を向く縦振り子スト
ロークになります。


下記ロボットのストロークを見てください。
これはマジックではありません。
単純で正しい動きです。 
 

価格:16,000円+税
オリジナルDVD & Gol*Mu CD付き
パターは付属しておりません。
ご注文は yamada-putter@dream.jp



この素晴らしいアドレスを
見て下さい。明らかに縦振
り子ストロークを行おうとし
ています。

縦振り子ストロークが
出来れば、引っかけや
押し出しはなくなります。

下記商品が1992年に弊社から特許出願され販売されものです。

これが理想のパッティングストロークだ!


2本のガイドレールに挟まれたリングが、強制的に理想の
パッティングストロークを体に覚え込ませる
この世の中に数々の練習機はあるけれど、視覚的、理論的、物理的に、
これだけシンプルにすべての要素を網羅した練習機はほかにない。
当社特許出願済みオリジナル練習機。
(オリジナルパター、両脚、リング、ガイド棒、説明書付き)
                   価格15,000円
現在こちらは販売しておりません。
         
 このストロークを行うには!

理想的なアドレス
左写真は、ゲーリー・ワイレンのパッティングアドレスです。
下半身は不動の土台のごとく締まり、背骨は地面に平行に設定されています。
上記のパッティング練習機と同様のストロークを行うのに、最適なアドレスです。
このアドレスから予想されるスイング起動は、 in to in のドアスイング(円弧運動)ではなく、
ターゲットライン上を直線的な動きの出来るストロークです。
ちょっと古いがトレビノ、バレステロス、ニクラス、ゲーリープレーヤーも同様のアドレスをとっている。
グリップは、いつでも自由に動かせそうな柔らかい雰囲気で、
ボールを見る頭の位置も、ラインが確認出来る位置にきている。
このアドレスから推察するに、市販のパターは一般的に長過ぎるのかもしれない。




この写真は私の大切な方から提供して戴きました。

この製品は意匠登録(1364960 )と実用新案
(3152866)により2028年まで保護されています。



世界新記録スコア”55”を出したラインギブソン選手。
彼もDream54をいつも使っています。



   

World Record Score Putter - Yamada Emperor
"55" Rhein Gibson Model





私のヤマダ・エンペラーとパッティングストローク矯正機Dream54は
グリーン上の私に自信と最適なストロークを与えてくれます。

そのパターの打感と最適な重さ、
Dream54から享受されるシンプルで的確なパッティングストロークが
私の”55”ストロークを可能にしてくれました。

ヤマダさん感謝します。


ラインギブソン




この製品は意匠登録(1364960 )と実用新案
(3152866)により2028年まで保護されています。
 

How to hole every 2meters6.56ftputt you look at

 

The easiest way for a golfer to score better is by improving their putting. Putts account for nearly 43% of shots taken during a typical round of golf. If we are able to improve this one aspect, then we can vastly improve our overall score!

 

Unfortunately, It doesn't matter how much or how hard you practice, human error makes it impossible to consistently make 2 meters putts with an arc (or in-to-in) putting stroke. It sounds like a strong statement, but it's true.

 

If the putter face is more than 1.5 deg open or closed at impact, then a straight 2 meters will always miss the hole. Since it is impossible for a human being to consistently square the putter face within this 1.5 deg margin of error during an arc putting stroke, golfers need to find a better method if they want to make more putts. That better method is the pendulum putting stroke.

 

 

The square-to-square stroke (another version of the pendulum putting stroke) has been gaining popularity among European teachers and players, with many of the top European players switching to this method. The pendulum putting stroke has even been advocated by one of the most famous American short game instructors. However, it has been very slow to be adopted by the majority of golfers and teaching professionals here in the States. Most instructors have continued to think of the putting stroke as a smaller version of the full swing. As a result, they teach a method in which the player must make adjustments during the stroke in an attempt to square the putter face at impact. These adjustments are impossible to repeat with any consistency, and therefore many short putts are missed.

 

One way to explain the difference between the full swing and the putting stroke is to look at baseball. A batter swinging for the fence employs a completely different technique to that of a batter attempting to advance a base runner by laying down a bunt. It's very similar in golf. A full swing uses the hands, arms and body turning in concert to create enough energy to launch the ball with ideal backspin. This allows the ball to rise into the air and fly the necessary distance for the given shot. However, the aim of the putting stroke is entirely the opposite. In order to make the most putts, we need to get the ball rolling toward the target with forward spin as soon as possible following impact. Since the purpose is so different, it follows that the technique must be different as well. Therefore, we must not only change our way of thinking, we must also change our technique. That is why the pendulum putting stroke makes such good sense. It's designed to produce the desired result, and the desired result is making more putts!

 

 

Many teaching pros and coaches have also taught that putter design has an impact on the putting stroke. A face-balanced putter promotes a square-to-square stroke, while a toe-down putter best fits an arc stroke. Mr. Yamada has been able to prove through Physics that this is not the case. Many people refer only to the center of gravity of the putter head and the force it creates. However, the true center of gravity of a putter lies part way up the shaft (where you can balance the putter on your finger). During the putting stroke, this true center of gravity acts with nearly 9 times the force exerted by the putter head alone. Therefore, all putters actually behave the same during the stroke regardless of clubhead design. This means you can continue to use your favorite putter, no matter the design, and always perform a perfect pendulum putting stroke.

 

To perform a pendulum stroke, you must first address the ball with proper posture. Posture is critical to making a consistent pendulum stroke and making every 2 meters putt. The back of the head, the neck, and the top portion of the back should be horizontal to the ground. Your arms should hang vertically from your shoulders. From this position the large muscles of the back can simply rock the shoulders vertically to perform the stroke. With no use of the wrists, the putter will move as a perfect pendulum and the putter face will remain square throughout the stroke. To check if you are performing the stroke correctly, the shoulder on the target side of your body should move down and then up during the stroke. During the backswing the target shoulder should move vertically down, and during the through swing the target shoulder should move straight up.

 

Once you've learned the correct posture and shoulder movement to perform the pendulum putting stroke, the next step is to remove the hands, wrists and forearms from the stroke. Human hands are amazing. They can be used to play the piano, count money, and they can even be used to communicate an entire language. Unfortunately, they are terrible at making 2meters. The hand, wrist and forearm action required during the full swing is necessary to create power. However, there is no need to create power when striking 2 meters putt. The distance the putter head travels as well as the amount of time the ball is in contact with the putter face are both much less than during that of a full swing. Again, this makes the amount of time spent practicing an arc stroke, or a stroke which involves squaring the putter face with your hands, an act of futility. It is impossible for a human being to make this minute adjustment consistently. If the hands are involved in the putting stroke, then the putter face will likely be more than 1.5 deg open or closed, and a large number of short putts will be missed. Even professional golfers, who have spent years and years practicing putting, have difficulty squaring the putter face consistently with this type of stroke. They miss too many short putts, lose confidence in their putting, and begin searching for answers.

 

One answer is to use a putting aid. If a person wishes to make a straight line, they must use a ruler. If a golfer wishes to learn how to perform a perfect pendulum putting stroke, they need a practice aid that provides proper feedback to let them know when they are doing it correctly.

 

Yamada has designed a putting aid that not only provides proper feedback to the player to swing the putter in a straight-back and straight-through motion, it is also the only putting aid that forces the player to keep the face square throughout the entire stroke. This teaches the player the perfect technique for the pendulum stroke. As technique improves, more putts will find the hole. When you begin holing putts consistently your confidence will grow. Ultimately, you will hole every 2 meters putt you look at! 

 

 


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