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Zedomax DIY118 – HOWTO Make a Golf Club POV training aid!
Golf Club POV – version Ben Hogan
(We want to thank Carlos from CertaPro Painters in Foster City for letting us borrow his warehouse for the shooting!)
The other day, Garrett hit up on some basic POVs.
So we were thinking about how we could have a POV while making it useful. Well since people like to hit up the driving range or the golf course at times, we figured we could just make a POV out of a golf club. At the same time, we can make it kinda useful too.
As you can see, the letters will go backwards on the backswing and forwards on the forwardswing. Ben Hogan’s “Five Lessons” has a good picture of correct swing arc for a golf swing.
Actually that is the reason we named it after the great American golfer, Ben Hogan. I am sure Ben Hogan would be proud of our little POV that can allow you to capture your swing arc using a digital camera. You take a look at Taking It Further page for more information on how this device can help your golf swing analysis.
Anyways, here’s some pictures of the Golf Club POV.
The World’s very first Golf Club Persistance Of Vision!
(Programmable Golf Club)
(Ready for some action!)
8 High Output Blue LEDs (Part #: 183222) $3 each
1 empty semiconductor sleeve (or some type of plastic enclosure) Find something like it!
8 100 Ohm resistors (Anything between 50 to 100 Ohm will work) $1 each
1 9V Battery $2
(available from Jameco)
1 Golf Club (preferably something between 7 iron and 3 iron)
You can also get various LEDs at Alan’s store!
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