Carvinggolf News 2016
 
CARVINGGOLF - „QUADS“ – IRONS FOR THE SHORT PRECISE GAME -
ENJOYING THE GAME USING FOUR IRONS „ironQuad“ PW/9/8/7
08/2014
„Quad“ club head for ironQuads PW/9/8/7
„Quads“ the precision clubs
„Quad“ club head for
ironQuads PW/9/8/7.
„Quads“ are clubs with equally long shafts – suited to the size of the player. The uniform lengths of the shafts always let the player`s distance to the ball remain the same. Another effect is that the swing pattern (Carving pattern) of the club’s head is always the same, regardless of the iron used. Clubs with equally long shafts allow the player to learn a movement much easier, his goal being, to achieve a high level of movement consistency. ... more
 
CARVINGGOLF - THE CORE OF THE SWING MOVEMENT
SENSIBILITY - THE FOUNDATION OF THE SUCCESSFUL GOLF SWING
12/2013
dynamic stabilizing
The human movements are, in regard to their possibilities and markedness, often traced back to basic simple principles. Such is also the case with the golf swing. The basic element of the golf swing ist the physical pendulum motion. In order for the pendulum motion to function correctly, certain prerequisites are required.These also include, next to rhythmic and dynamic conditions, the geometric conditions of the swing pattern. If these former conditions are disturbed, thereby causing the pendulum motion system to become unstable, the built up energies cannot fully be transferred to the ball at contact. They are partially lost. ... more
 
CORE MOVEMENTS
WITH CARVINGGOLF – CORE OF THE SWING MOVEMENT
12/2012
Carvinggolg Core Movements
Bending and tilting the upper body sets the pendulum free
for the full swing.
The idea of simplifying the golf game by using clubs of equal shaft lengths and applying a unified swing technique led to the isolation of the pendulum dynamics from the active body rotation. Both elements of movement stand in relation to one another. The golf swing is composed of numerous partial movements.
This complex system as a whole cannot be easily coordinated. CARVINGGOLF, however, does define core movements, which make such a systematic training of movement possible. ... more

 
CARVINGGOLF PENDULUM MOTION APPROACH
A MORE RELIABLE APPROACH
10/2012
CARVINGGOLF PENDULUM MOTION APPROACH
The pendulum motion approach during the backswing and the follow through, triggered and steered through an “up and down“ movement of the shoulder.
When chipping, the head of the golf club has to hit the ball precisely, otherwise the grass is chipped but not the ball. No player around is free from having experienced this stress of approaching the ball, and numerous tournament near-victories have been lost at the last hole, due to poor chipping. Even the phenomenon of
the chipping yip exists. All of this is now past tense. CARVINGGOLF provides the player with a new approaching technique called the pendulum motion approach. This allows the player to achieve a more reliable and stress-free approach to the ball. ... more
 
CARVINGGOLF “super“
THE TECHNIQUE FOR SUPER GOLFERS
09/2012
CARVINGGOLF CLUBS with shafts of equal lengths
CARVINGGOLF clubs with
shafts of equal lengths.
They create the optimal prerequisites
for unified geometric conditions of the swing movement.
These clubs also fit to the CARVINGGOLF “super” technique.
The core element of the golf swing is the physical pendulum (ref. Grosser 2001). On the basis of this fundamental principal, Dr. Ferdinand Tusker and Florian Kreuzpaintner have developed a sport science training concept and in collaboration with Thomas Thöni – PGA 1 star professional – have defined its possible and practical use in a textbook. Up to now, CARVINGGOLF has rested upon three pillars: muscular tension, clubs having equal shaft lengths and a new technique called the CARVINGGOLF technique.
The development of this technique led to new insights regarding improvement of kinetic energy and precision and led to the
>> CARVINGGOLF “super” technique. ... more
 
CARVINGGOLF: Hcp with 60 or older
05/2012

Eichenrieds pro Barry Rixom, shows the standing position, starting the swing, back swing and down swing, point of contact and follow-through of CARVINGGOLF.
Scientific studies have shown that a player can, through regular training, continuously improve and stabilize his playing performance even at a higher age. Therefore, a 50 to 60 year old player can , through a correctly measured training dosage, reach the biological performance of an 30 to 40 year old player. Hereby, an ideal “fountain of health” can be tapped, given a regular fitness work-out in combination with playing a round of golf. (Grosser). ... more
 
THE HIPTURNER® – How to practice hip turning in a sensible manner
01/2011

The HIPTURNER – How to practice hip turning in a sensible manner

Prof. Dr. Manfred Grosser, the inventor of the “Universal Golf Learning System (UGLS)“, was the first to recognize the meaning of the HIPTURNER. By using this learning tool, the pupil can, through the use of peripheral vision, learn more rapidly and with less difficulty to turn correctly into the swing. The HIPTURNER is a much used learning tool at the Golf Academy within the Hartl Golf Resort at Bad Griesbach, Germany .
... more
Pro Sebastian Lahmer, assistant manager of the golf school within the Hartl Golf Resort at Bad Griesbach, demonstrates the HIPTURNER.
 
NEW TEACHING METHOD – Step Wedge Technique combined with Carvinggolf – The new way to golf
12/2010
Step Wedge Technique combined with Carvinggolf

Learn to feel the pendulum rhythm with the STEP WEDGE IRON (step 1)
Executing the physical pendulum, the basic element of the golf swing, the core of the total movement to be exercised with the golf pupil, is the primary task of a golf teacher. It doesn’t matter what swing theory he prefers or which empirically derived training method he follows. The first task of the pupil is to learn how to correctly move to the rhythm of the physical pendulum, the basic element of the golf swing. An absolute necessity before being able to give his swing the necessary dynamics. ... more
 
MAGIC NET SOCK
A snow chain in the shoe – the chain grip sock
09/2010
Magic Net Sock

MAGIC NET SOCK

The net under the front foot
improves blood circulation
and supports a better foot
stimulation.
The French word for foot sole means: the dynamo-metric map of equilibrium. A very fitting definition. Insoles, which encourage the front part of the foot to revive its natural function of support and movement could prove to be a real winner.
The patented MAGIC NET SOCK could be this winner. This sport sock has an open netting patch under the front foot, securing a direct contact between the sole of the foot and the shoe sole. This direct contact keeps the foot from slipping, improves blood circulation and supports a better foot stimulation. ... more
 
STEP WEDGE PLAY UND GOLF - A symbiosis with a future
A faster and more open lead – into the game of golf for all?
07/2010
Step Wedge Technique

STEP WEDGE TECHNIQUE

with special clubs and
special swing technique.
STEP WEDGE PLAY is a new way to play golf, where the player only approaches and putts. It is no secret that approx. 2/3 of all strokes pertain to the short game, meaning at least 36 putts and 18 approaches. The remaining 18 strokes made by a professional are long drives. STEP WEDGE PLAY is 100% golf, played as a short game using special clubs called Wedge Irons, and using a special swing technique called the STEP WEDGE TECHNIQUE played upon a special playing area, the golf park. ... more
 
HERE IT IS – THE MAGIC NET GLOVE
270% grip security when the playing gets “wet“
03/2010
MAGIC NET GLOVE
MAGIC NET GLOVE
With white imitation leather
and a net that breathes
when the hands get wet
It’s secret lies in the net structure made of synthetic material. The fibres of the net press lightly upon the surface of the grip and skin, there where the player develops grip pressure. The surfaces that are pressed upon each other remain immovable and the moisture drains throught he mesh. Similar to tires needing chains in the winter on ice and snow when the roads are slippery, the MAGIC NET GLOVE gives the player the secure grip when the playing gets “wet”! ... more
 
STEP WEDGE IRON
ONCE UPON A TIME, THE YIP AND OTHER CHIPPING PROBLEMS EXISTED!
02/2010
STEP WEDGE IRON
STEP WEDGE IRON
ONCE UPON A TIME, THE YIP AND OTHER CHIPPING PROBLEMS EXISTED!
To all experienced golf players, when putting, the Yip is a well known concept and much feared opponent who seldom can be consciously defeated. The most prominent victim was Bernhard Langer, well-known German golfer. Earlier, holding the club with both hands always presented the risk of an uncoordinated move of the hands, resulting in the danger of hitting the ball with a lack of precision. The broomstick, a putter reaching up to and being held at the upper chest of the player and moved through pendulum motion, brought Mr. Langer back into the top international rankings. The putter is hereby held with the left hand under the players chin and with the right hand moved in the rhythm of the pendulum. The Yip was everywhere! ... more
 
CARVINGGOLF “Magic Net Glove“
A secure grip, especially when the hands are wet!
10/2009
Carving Golf - Magic Net Glove von KOMPERDELL

A secure grip,
especially
when the hands are wet!
Which golfer doesn’t have problems with his swing when it begins to rain and the grip of the club gets wetter and wetter? The towel, used to dry the hands and the grip, soakes up more and more moisture and at the same time the rain glove totally gives up its capability to keep the hands dry. At this time, frustration reaches its peak. The club slides in the hand, is loose, and the swing is shot!
The secret of the “Magic Net Glove“ lies in its net structure, made of synthetic material. The fibres of the net press lightly upon the surface of the grip and skin, there where the player develops grip pressure.
The surfaces that are pressed upon each other remain immovable, the moisture draining through the mesh.
... more
 
Carving-Golf goes international
09/2009
Dr. Ferdinand Tusker
Dr. Ferdinand Tusker
The 27th annual conference of the international society for biomechanics in the sports (ISBS) took place in Limerick from August 17th to August 21st. It was the first time that the Carving golf swing technique was introduced to an international, scientific audience.
... Consuming up one can note that Carving golf is continued to be observed with high interest. The trade is waiting for further research results at this interesting new movement technique. ... more
 
WHAT IS CARVINGGOLFSPA
12/2008
CarvinggolfSpa is a combination of Carvinggolf and Spa. Carvinggolf is a swing technique allowing the beginning golfer to learn the game much easier and faster and helps the advanced golfer to improve his consistency. ... more

... The Spa on the basis of „ayuropa GolfSpa“ is a very meaningful and important partner and training assistant for Carvinggolf.
 
The Made-to-Measure Golf Swing
10/2008
GONE
is the vicious circle which has driven unsuspecting players toward more and more effort and continuously weaker strokes in their game finally driving them to desperation. Gone is the frustration which made players aggressive and then as a result depressive. Gone are the muscular cramps. Gone are the pains caused through slipped discs and slipped knee joints. Gone is the necessity to look up the doctor or go to the drugstore for pain relief. Muscular flexing instead of muscle pain. Made-to-measure golf is needed. ... more
 
FASTER HEALTHY GOLF - WITH CARVINGGOLF TECHNIQE
CRITERIA MAIN EMPHASIS
05/2008

Less active muscle power -
More passive muscle tension.
SENSE AND VALUES
Sport researchers from the Technical University of Munich in collaboration with Thomas Thoeni, head instructor of the Carvinggolf School and Juergen Bechler, inventor of Carvinggolf, have, within the framework of a research project pertaining to the comparison of the techniques of movement in the golf swing, developed an optimal sequence of movement for Carvinggolf and titled „CARVINGGOLF- Simple Steps Toward Success“. ... more
 
DER MENSCH STEHT IM MITTELPUNKT!
03/2008

Trainingsstunde mit Trainer
Thomas Thöni in Asolo.
Unter dem Motto, jeder kann und soll sein “WISSEN”, “KÖNNEN”, wenn er die Möglichkeit bekommt,
erweitern, vertiefen und noch viel mehr.
Es ist nie zu spät etwas „NEUES“ dazu zu lernen.
Als Ausbildungsmanager der GGTF habe ich bereits im Oktober 2007 zum ersten Mal die Information in
einer Demonstrationsstunde innerhalb der Ausbildung zum Golflehrer der GGTF an der TU München
erhalten. Seit diesem Zeitpunkt habe ich mich immer wieder mit dem „Carvinggolf“ auseinander gesetzt,
um mir über verschiedene Aspekte innerhalb dieser Technik klar zu werden. ... mehr
 
CARVINGGOLF SEMINAR / ITALY / VENETO (GC ASOLO) 9.-14.03.08
03/2008

The Seminar answer:
Less power components
More passive muscular tenseness
- less active muscular.

The Benetton golf course, the time chosen and the outer frame of the course could not have fit better to this years seminar topic: SWINGING NATURALLY WITHOUT EFFORT with the Carvinggolf technique.

A golf course surprisingly well playable especially for this time of the year, the pleasant Italian Spring climate and a rich and excellent culinary offer, all contributed in making the seminar and training week a valuable experience for all. ... more

 
CARVINGGOLF - A comparison with STACK & TILT * THE NEW TOUR SWING
01/2008
Revolutionary events usually have something in common. They emerge simultaneously but usually in different areas.Juergen Bechler (inventor of Carvinggolf clubs) in collaboration with Thomas Thöni (PGA professional and business director) and the Dept. of Sports Science of the Technical University of Munich, developed a new golf swing technique on the basis of pendulum dynamics, using less coordinative energy with the goal of simplifying the Carvinggolf technique for the amateur player. ... more
 
CARVINGGOLF GOLFLEHRER AUSBILDUNG
01/2008
Dr. Ferdinand Tusker referiert über das Thema Kinematik und Dynamik im Golfschwung aus der Sicht der Biomechanik, Florian Kreuzpointner erklärt und demonstriert die Vereinfachungen und Erleichterungen mit Carvinggolf Technik aus der Sicht der Biomechanik, Thomas Thöni erklärt die wesentlichen Unterschiede von Carvinggolf Technik zur klassischen Technik aus der Sicht der Lehrmethodik und Jürgen Bechler spricht zum Abschluss über berufliche Perspektiven für Carvinggolf Instruktoren. ... mehr
 
AUSBILDUNGSPLAN ZUM CARVINGGOLF INSTRUKTOR
01/2008
Sie beginnt im ersten Schritt mit einem Vortrag am Lehrstuhl für Biomechanik der Fakultät für Sportwissenschaften der Technischen Universität München (TUM) mit dem Thema „Biomechanik des Golfschwungs“. Hier erfährt der Interessent die theoretischen Inhalte der Carvinggolf Technik und die Unterschiede zur klassischen Technik. Er kann nun entscheiden, ob eine Ausbildung zum Carvinggolf Instruktor für seine beruflichen Ziele sinnvoll ist.
... mehr
 
CARVINGGOLF TECHNIK UND GGTF (Biomechanik des Golfschwungs)
11/2007
Auf Initiative der German Golf Teachers Federation (GGTF) hielt im Rahmen eines Seminars Dr. Ferdinand Tusker (akademischer Oberrat am Lehrstuhl für Biomechanik im Sport) am 4.11.2007 einen Vortrag mit dem Thema „Biomechanik des Golfschwungs/ Translation und Rotation.“ ... Zum Abschluss diskutierten die Seminarteilnehmer mit Dr. Tusker über Carvinggolf aus der Sicht der Biomechanik und mit Jürgen Bechler aus der Sicht der Lehrmethodik.
... mehr
 
CARVINGGOLF SEMINAR 09.03.2008 - 14.03.2008
ITALIEN / VENETO (GC ASOLO)
10/2007
SEMINAR PROGRAMM
Das Carvinggolf Instruction Seminar 2008 wird in bewährter Weise wieder von Thomas Thöni organisiert und geleitet. Neben dem Fachseminar, das sich dem Themenkreis NATÜRLICH KRAFTLOS SCHWINGEN in Ausbildung und Lehre widmet, steht eine Trainingswoche auf dem Programm mit dem Motto „mit Carvinggolf Technik 2008 EINFACH GESUND GOLFEN“. ... mehr
 
CARVINGGOLF Pendeltechnik - gestern heute morgen
07/2007
Teil II im Wandel der Methodik

Während Teil I die Pendeltechnik im Wandel der Zeit vorstellt, konzentriert sich der Teil II schwerpunktmäßig auf die Position der Pendeldynamik im Wandel der Schwungtechnik... mehr
 
CARVINGGOLF Pendeltechnik - gestern heute morgen
07/2007
Teil 1 Pendeltechnik im Wandel der Zeit

Die Ergebnisse überraschten Trainer wie Sportwissenschaftler. Die Teilnehmer der Carvinggolf Gruppe waren deutlich früher spielfähig und verblüffend treffsicherer als die andere Gruppe und waren erstaunt, wie "einfach" Golf sein kann.
... mehr
 
IRON GOLF - Schottisch 2007 - eine Turnierserie von Carvinggolf
06/2007
Was ist Iron Golf
Carving Golf setzt mit den Iron Golf Turnieren neue Maßstäbe. Die Wettspiele werden ausschließlich mit Eisenschlägern ausgetragen. Natürlich kann jeder Teilnehmer seine eigenen Eisen spielen, von Vorteil sind allerdings Carving Golf Schläger, die Eisen mit gleichen Schaftlängen. Einheitlicher Schwung, einheitliche Schwungebene erleichtern das Spielen bedeutend.
... mehr
 
FELDVERSUCH BESTÄTIGT CARVINGGOLF TECHNIK
06/2007
Die Carvinggolf School hat in Zusammenarbeit mit der Fakultät für Sportwissenschaft der Technischen Universität München einen Feldversuch durchgeführt, bei dem in einer Gruppe die klassische Golftechnik gelehrt wurde und in der anderen Gruppe die Carvinggolf Technik.
Die Teilnehmer der Carvinggolf Gruppe waren deutlich früher spielfähig und verblüffend treffsicherer als die andere Gruppe und waren erstaunt, wie "einfach" Golf sein kann. ... mehr
 
Carvinggolf sucht: Partner als Carvinggolf Lizenz-Trainer
05/2007
WIR SUCHEN:
Geprüfter Golf Lehrer (abgeschlossene Ausbildung)
Dipl. Sportlehrer mit Golfausbildung
... mehr
 
Carvinggolf sucht: Partner-Plätze
05/2007
Als Carvinggolf Partner-Platz können Sie Ihr Angebot qualitativ erweitern und attraktiv ergänzen.

WIR SUCHEN:
Dynamisches Unternehmen, das sich nicht auf dem „Heute“ ausruht, sondern bereits an „Morgen“ denkt.
... mehr
 
Die Schwerpunkte und Unterschiede Carvinggolf Technik/Klassisch
04.04.2007
Die Schwerpunkte der Carving Golf Technik und die Unterschiede zur klassischen Golftechnik:
Die Aktivitäten bei der Carving Golf Technik werden auf die Bewegungen beschränkt, die notwendig sind, um das Arm-Schläger-Pendel auf seiner Schwungbahn zu halten.
Carving Golf Technik verzichtet auf bewusste Translationsbewegungen. ... mehr
 
Comparison of Techniques:
The classical golf swing vs. The Carving GolfTM technique
27.02.2007
Since 27.02.2007 more Initial Results!
Clubhead speed in the direction of the target

The diagram below compares the club head speed dynamics of a 67 year old amatuer player using the Carving Golf Technique and the coventional technique
of a golf teaching professional swinging with reduced action. The two curves are virtually identical. ... more
 
Comparison of Techniques:
The classical golf swing vs. The Carving GolfTM technique
09.02.2007
Since 09.02.2007 Initial Results!
Clubhead speed in the direction of the target

The measured results show that the Carving GolfTM technique, whose foundation is based on the dynamics of the pendulum motion, is practically identical in terms of clubhead speed to the classical golf swing, in spite of its reduced take-a-way to parallel at shoulder height.
... more
 
GOLF TECHNIKEN VERGLEICH: Messprogramm Klassisch/Carvinggolf
10.12.2006
Im Rahmen einer Forschungsarbeit wurde am 8.12.2006 im Labor des Lehrstuhls für Biomechanik, im Sport ein Messprogramm angesetzt mit dem Ziel, die klassische Schwungbewegung und die der Carvinggolf Technik für einen Techniken Vergleich dreidimensional aufzuzeichnen. ... mehr
 
Carvinggolf geht auch 2007 neue Wege
11/2006

Das Set "RETRO" überzeugt durch moderne Technik nach traditionellen Maßstäben. 4 Eisen auf der Basis gleichlanger Schäfte - sind der traditionellen Terminologie angepasst.

Wer aber auf die 9 Eisen schwört, an den haben wir auch gedacht: Das Set "Future". ... mehr
 
1irongolf.com
10/2006
Henry Cotton hat in den 40ern mehrmals die British Open und über 30 PGA Turniere mit single-length golf clubs gewonnen.
Carvinggolfer spielen seit 2002 mit single-length golf clubs (!) und jetzt gibt es einen Hersteller von single-length golf clubs auch in den USA.
More: www.1irongolf.com
 
Citius - Altius - Fortius
10/2006
SCHNELLERER SCHLÄGERKOPF
HÖHERE TREFFSICHERHEIT
MEHR ENERGIE AM BALL


Mit Carvinggolf Technik. So etwa wird das Ergebnis eines Gutachtens lauten, mit dem sich gegenwärtig die Sportwissenschaft beschäftigt. ... mehr
 
Sport TU München
11.03.2006
CARVINGGGOLF: GOLF OHNE STRESS
Neue Perspektiven für die Sportwissenschaft

Golf an sich ist eine entspannende Beschäftigung. Wenn da nicht der Stress wäre. Dieser entsteht häufig durch Leistungsdruck. Weniger Stress bedeutet auch mehr Spaß am Sport. Mit Carvinggolf rückt der Wunsch jetzt näher. ... mehr


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