V1 Pro Instructor Rob Labritz Has Stellar Performance at Saucon Valley Country Club
Paired with former World #1 Ernie Els in the final round of the U.S. Senior Open, V1 Sports Ambassador Rob Labritz finished tied for fourth against a field including past champions Steve Stricker, Gene Sauers and David Toms. This was Labritz’s best finish so far this season, and he credits his hard work and use of V1 Sports video and ground force technology on helping him continue to improve.
“I’ve used V1 Pro video analysis and online lesson delivery technology for many years to help both my students and my own game. Adding the V1 Pressure Mat this year to measure how I use the ground has really helped me to improve my game to compete on the PGA TOUR Champions,” says Labritz.
After medaling at the 2022 PGA TOUR Champions Q School this past December – the qualifying event for professional golf’s senior circuit (age 50+) – Rob Labritz has established himself as a formidable competitor against the legendary lineup on the PGA TOUR Champions. His T5 at the Rapiscan Systems Classic and T4 at the US Senior Open Championship plot a steady, consistent path of improvement.
Labritz adds “Smooth tempo and good balance have always been important in my golf swing but visually I could not tell if my footwork was efficient. Having ground pressure and force data from the V1 Pressure Mat synchronized with my swing video has provided incredible insight to help me get better.”
Rob Labritz’s Center of Pressure Trace Using the V1 Pressure Mat
Rob Labritz knows that video plus ground force analysis is essential to improvement. This is why he chooses V1 Pro video analysis software combined with the V1 Pressure Mat — a portable ground force interaction tool that measures pressure, velocity, and dynamic force throughout the golf swing — when he practices or when he’s teaching students.
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