Example Reports

The Golf BioDynamics Software has a number of different reports. Some of them are shown below. You can read a short description of each one and if you click on the links, an example of that report will load in your browser. At the end of the page is a document to help you and your coach understand the information contained in the Advanced Report.

The basic report is designed for clinic situations where you want the golfer to get a simple report that highlights a couple of key variables important in the swing. It is also appropriate for beginning golfers too. Click on the image to see the entire report. 
Basic report
The advanced report is designed for the serious golfer and the golf coach/instructor. It gives detailed information about Setup (alignment, bending forward and tilting sideways), Backswing (turns of the pelvis and upper torso as well as dynamic stability), Downswing (rotations and weight transfer) and lastly the swing Dynamics (timing, sequencing, speeds of movement of each body segment). Click on the image to see the entire report. The report for the Standard Model is slightly different to the Club & Body Model in which some information on swing plane and club movement is provided. 
Advanced report
The putting report provides the key information for the putter and the golfer's body. It is the ONLY report in the world that combines both the club and body for putting! Click on the image to see the entire report. 
Putting report
The special report was designed specifically for use by Jim McLean instructors for players in three day golf schools. It provides key variables at a couple of the steps in Jim's 8-Step Swing. Click on the image to see the entire report. 
McLean special report
  • Understanding Your 8-Page Report (8 pages)
  • This document will guide you through the Advanced Report so that you can begin to understand many of the variables that are used to describe a golfer's swing mechanics. Click on the image to see the document. 
    Understanding your report
  • Understanding Your 1-Page Report (2 pages)
  • This document will guide you through the 1-Page Report so that you can begin to understand many of the variables that are used to describe a golfer's swing mechanics. Click on the image to see the document. 
    Understanding your report