Fairfield, NJ, May 25, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Motion Golf welcomes Kensey Snider, a former all-American golfer, as their newest instructor in their Fairfield, NJ headquarters. Mr. Snider will also instruct at the company's New York studios.
Previously a Director of Instruction at Hawk Pointe CC in Western New Jersey, Kensey has been a teaching professional for over 12 years. Prior to this, Kensey was an instructor in Palm Beach, Florida, at Old Palm GC for Raymond Floyd. He has also taught at PGA National and Willowbrook Golf Center.
Considered an expert on many aspects of the game, Kensey has hosted a series of instructional videos on Golf Etiquette, “Golf Course Etiquette: Manners for On & Off the Green". A self described "lifelong student of the game", Kensey said of his new role, "I could not have asked for a better position. Not only do I help our clients improve their swing, I am constantly improving my own game. This technology is phenomenal and is going to produce a lot of great golfers. It's a good feeling to know you are making a permanent improvement to someone's game."
Adds Joe Luciano, co-founder of Motion Golf, “Kensey is a great addition to our team. With such an energetic and positive approach to learning, he makes the perfect ambassador for the Motion Golf technology. His own passion to constantly improve upon his own game plus his thorough understanding of this advanced technology makes him a great instructor for everyone from beginners to tour players."
ABOUT MOTION GOLF
Motion Golf (www.motiongolf.com) brings the most advanced 3-dimensional real-time immersive golf teaching system to today’s avid golfers. This system generates unparalleled 3D visualization that dramatically changes the way golfers can analyze, understand and learn. The centerpiece is the Motion Golf Analysis (MGA) System. This system uses six high speed cameras to capture your swing and/or putting stroke, and renders a 3-dimensional computer image in virtual real-time. This is the same multi-million dollar technology that, before now, was only available to top PGA and LPGA Golf Professionals. The premise of the system was to use it for club fitting for Taylor Made Golf Company. The research engineers, spearheaded by a Professor at Auburn University, also create other motion sports analysis systems that have recently been purchased for training purposes by the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox baseball organizations. In addition, the engineering Company, known as “Motion Reality, Inc.”, also received a 2005 Academy Award for Technical Achievement for the use of this 3D technology in Lord of the Rings, Polar Express and King Kong films, just to name a few.