KR101970181B1 - Swing monitoring golf club apparatus and method of providing golf swing correction information using the same - Google Patents

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KR101970181B1
KR101970181B1 KR1020180126593A KR20180126593A KR101970181B1 KR 101970181 B1 KR101970181 B1 KR 101970181B1 KR 1020180126593 A KR1020180126593 A KR 1020180126593A KR 20180126593 A KR20180126593 A KR 20180126593A KR 101970181 B1 KR101970181 B1 KR 101970181B1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • A63BAPPARATUS FOR PHYSICAL TRAINING, GYMNASTICS, SWIMMING, CLIMBING, OR FENCING; BALL GAMES; TRAINING EQUIPMENT
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • A63BAPPARATUS FOR PHYSICAL TRAINING, GYMNASTICS, SWIMMING, CLIMBING, OR FENCING; BALL GAMES; TRAINING EQUIPMENT
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One embodiment of the present invention provides a swing monitoring golf club device that, when a golf club is swung by a user, obtains information from the golf club related to the swing and informs the user. The swing monitoring golf club device includes a golf club having a head, a grip and a shaft connecting the head and the grip; A force sensing module embedded in at least one of the grip and the shaft to obtain information about a force applied to the golf club when the golf club is swung; And a transmitter built in the golf club and transmitting information on the force transmitted from the force sensing module to the outside.

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TECHNICAL FIELD [0001] The present invention relates to a swing-monitoring golf club apparatus and a method for providing golf swing correction information using the swing-

The present invention relates to a swing monitoring golf club device and a golf swing correction information providing method using the swing monitoring golf club device. More particularly, the present invention relates to a swing monitoring golf club device for analyzing a swing based on a force applied to the golf club during swing, And a method of providing calibration information.

Most of the current golf lessons are made up of lessons-based workforce training, so there is a growing demand for scientific golf lessons. 1: 1 lessons and teaching techniques are provided through analytical equipment, but there are limits to popularization. For example, in the case of a lesson pro coaching, it is expensive, time-space constraints are large, and individual differences are severe. In the case of the swing trajectory guidance device, too, the space limitation is large, the degree of individual correction is limited, and the application to the problem other than the swing is insufficient. Also, in the case of a swing-orbit robot, it is expensive, has a large space limitation, and is not suitable for fast swing. In addition, the apparatus for monitoring the body part is also expensive, the restriction of the space is large, and the analysis of the results is required. Also, when using an image to calibrate (for example, screen golf), a specialist (coach) is required for calibration. As such, the analytical equipment and teaching techniques are limited in reliability and utility.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention provides a swing monitoring golf club apparatus that provides swing correction information by analyzing a physical characteristic of a swing, particularly a pulling force and a torque applied to the golf club during a swing, and a golf swing correction information providing method using the same .

It is to be understood that both the foregoing general description and the following detailed description are exemplary and explanatory and are not intended to limit the invention to the precise form disclosed. There will be.

According to an aspect of the present invention, there is provided a swing monitoring golf club device for acquiring information related to a swing from a golf club and notifying a user of the swing when the golf club is swung by a user. The swing monitoring golf club device includes a golf club having a head, a grip and a shaft connecting the head and the grip; A force sensing module embedded in at least one of the grip and the shaft to obtain information about a force applied to the golf club when the golf club is swung; And a transmitter built in the golf club and transmitting information on the force transmitted from the force sensing module to the outside. The golf club is divided into an upper club and a lower club based on the force sensing module, and the force sensing module connects the upper club and the lower club, and when the golf club is swung, And transmit an electrical signal corresponding to the tensile force and the torque to the transmitter as information about the force.

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In an embodiment of the present invention, the force sensing module may include an elastic member whose lower end is fixed to the inner side of the lower club and whose upper end is fixed to the inner side of the upper club. When the golf club is swung, An elastic member receiving the applied tensile force and torque; A deformation measuring gauge attached to said elastic member; And a wiring for electrically connecting the deformation measuring gage and the transmitter.

In an embodiment of the present invention, the grip is divided into an upper grip and a lower grip, thereby dividing into the upper club and the lower club, and the transmitter may be embedded near the upper grip upper end.

In an embodiment of the present invention, the elastic member includes: a first fixing part fixed to the inside of the lower club; A second fixing part fixed to the inside of the upper club and having a hollow part, the second fixing part through which the wiring penetrates the hollow part; At least one connecting portion connecting the first fixing portion and the second fixing portion, the at least one connecting portion having the deformation measuring gauge attached thereto.

According to an embodiment of the present invention, the at least one connecting portion includes a plate-like elastic bar integrally formed with the first fixing portion and the second fixing portion, A parallel portion spaced apart from an axis connecting the center of the second fixing portion and extending in parallel with the axis, the deformation measuring gauge being attached; A lower bend extending and bent from a lower end of the parallel portion and connected to the first fixing portion; And an upper bending portion extending and bent from the upper end of the parallel portion and connected to the second fixing portion.

In the embodiment of the present invention, the elastic member has two elastic bars, and the two elastic bars are symmetrical with respect to each other and can be connected to the first fixing part and the second fixing part, respectively .

In an embodiment of the present invention, an analysis terminal for receiving information about the force from the transmitter, the method comprising: generating user swing analysis information for swing analysis based on the received information about the force; And an analyzing terminal for outputting information necessary for the user's swing correction based on the accumulated database of the swing.

According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a swing monitoring apparatus for swinging golf clubs. First, the user swing analysis information is collected using a swing monitoring golf club apparatus. Thereafter, the swing reference data for calibration is generated based on the cumulative database of the swing analysis information of the plurality of users. Then, comparison data between the user swing analysis information and the calibration swing reference data is generated. Next, calibration information necessary for swing calibration is provided based on the comparison data.

According to an embodiment of the present invention, the step of collecting the user's swing analysis information includes: receiving identification information for individual and golf club through an application installed in the analysis terminal; Continuous measurement data of the tensile force and torque from the start to the end of the swing are received from the transmitter by the analysis terminal as information about the force; And generating the user's swing analysis information including the swing speed, the swing tempo, the grip position, and the drive direction information through the analysis terminal by the application based on the information on the received power .

According to an embodiment of the present invention, the step of generating the swing reference data includes generating individual and golf club-specific swing reference data based on the database, wherein the step of generating the comparison data includes: And generating calibration data of a user swing based on the pulling force and the torque based on the golf club-specific swing reference data, wherein the step of providing calibration information necessary for the swing calibration includes: And outputting the output signal.

According to the embodiment of the present invention, user swing information is generated based on a tensile force and a torque applied to a golf club during a swing, and analysis and calibration information are generated. A swing correction information providing method can be provided.

It should be understood that the effects of the present invention are not limited to the above effects and include all effects that can be deduced from the detailed description of the present invention or the configuration of the invention described in the claims.

1 is a view illustrating a swing monitoring golf club apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.
2 is a view for explaining an example of a force detection module of a swing monitoring golf club device.
3 is a view for explaining an example of an elastic member of the force sensing module.
Figs. 4 (a) to 4 (c) are views for explaining examples of forces applied to the elastic members in a swing state.
5 is a view for explaining another example of the elastic member of the force sensing module.
6 (a) to 6 (c) are views for explaining a golf swing correction information providing method using the swing monitoring golf club apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS Hereinafter, the present invention will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings. The present invention may, however, be embodied in many different forms and should not be construed as limited to the embodiments set forth herein. In order to clearly illustrate the present invention, parts not related to the description are omitted, and similar parts are denoted by like reference characters throughout the specification.

Throughout the specification, when a part is referred to as being "connected" (connected, connected, coupled) with another part, it is not only a case where it is "directly connected" "Is included. Also, when an element is referred to as " comprising ", it means that it can include other elements, not excluding other elements unless specifically stated otherwise.

The terminology used herein is for the purpose of describing particular embodiments only and is not intended to be limiting of the invention. The singular expressions include plural expressions unless the context clearly dictates otherwise. In this specification, the terms "comprises" or "having" and the like refer to the presence of stated features, integers, steps, operations, elements, components, or combinations thereof, But do not preclude the presence or addition of one or more other features, integers, steps, operations, elements, components, or combinations thereof.

Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

1 is a view illustrating a swing monitoring golf club apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

Referring to FIG. 1, a swing-monitoring golf club device 2 may acquire information from the golf club about the swing and inform the user when the golf club 105, 110, 120 is swung by the user. The swing monitoring golf club device 2 includes golf clubs 105, 110, 120, a force sensing module 200, and a transmitter 160. The golf clubs 105,110 and 120 may include a head 105, a grip 120 and a shaft 110 connecting the head 105 and the grip 120. The force sensing module 200 may be embedded in at least one of the grip 120 and the shaft 110 to sense information about forces applied to the golf clubs 105,110 and 120 when the golf clubs 105,110 and 120 are swung . The transmitter 160 is embedded in the golf clubs 105, 110, and 120, and can transmit information about the force transmitted from the force sensing module 200 to the outside.

The swing monitoring golf club apparatus 2 may further include an analysis terminal 300 (e.g., a smart phone). The analysis terminal 300 may receive information about the force from the transmitter 160. [ For user swing analysis, for example, the user swing analysis information may be generated based on the information about the received force by an application installed in the analysis terminal 300. The analysis terminal 300 may output calibration information required for the user's swing correction based on the cumulative database of the swing analysis information of a plurality of users and provide the calibration information to the user. This will be further described below.

In this embodiment, the golf club may be divided into upper and lower clubs based on the force sensing module 200. Here, the meaning that the upper and lower clubs are divided not only in the case of being physically separated from each other but also in the case of being physically connected but different in terms of structure and function. The force sensing module 200 may connect the upper and lower clubs. The force sensing module 200 receives the tensile force and torque applied to the golf club when the golf club is swung and can transmit an electrical signal corresponding to the tension and torque to the transmitter 160 as information about the force.

In the present embodiment, the grip 120 of the golf club is divided into an upper grip 125 and a lower grip 121, thereby dividing the upper club and the lower club as described above. The transmitter 160 is embedded near the upper end of the upper grip 125 and may be electrically connected to the force sensing module 200 by a wire 290. A cap 130 is coupled to the upper end of the upper grip 125 to protect the transmitter 160. Alternatively, the force sensing module 200 may be embedded in the shaft 110. However, since the user swings the grip 120 by hand, it is more advantageous that the force sensing module 200 is embedded in the grip 120 to sense the tensile force and the torque.

2 is a view for explaining an example of the force sensing module 200 of the swing-monitoring golf club device 2. As shown in FIG.

1 and 2, in the present embodiment, the grip 120 is divided into the upper grip 125 and the lower grip 121, and the upper grip 125, as shown in FIG. 2, A fine gap G1 may exist between the upper grip 121 and the lower grip 121. [ The gap G1 may be a space or may be filled with silicon or the like. The grip 120 may have a hollow cylindrical shape, and the force sensing module 200 may be installed inside the grip 120, as shown in FIG. When the user holds the grip 120, one hand can hold the upper grip 125 and the other hand can hold the lower grip 121 mainly. In this case, when swinging, the golf club may be subjected to tensile force due to centrifugal force due to the swing. Also, as described above, a torque that causes the grip 120 to twist due to the force applied to both the upper grip 125 and the lower grip 121 by both hands of the person can be applied. Since the force sensing module 200 connects the lower club and the upper club, that is, the lower grip 121 and the upper grip 125 in this embodiment, the tension and the torque described above can be received very sensitively.

The force sensing module 200 may include an elastic member 201, a strain gage 280 (see FIG. 3), and a wire 290. The lower end of the elastic member 201 may be fixed to the inner side of the lower club and the upper end of the elastic member 201 may be fixed to the inner side of the upper club. As a fixing method, a fixing means such as an adhesive or a screw may be used, or a groove may be formed in which the elastic member 201 is shaped to fit inside the grip 120. Therefore, when the golf club is swung, tensile force and torque applied to the golf club can be applied to the elastic member 201. [ Particularly, when the lower grip 121 and the upper grip 125 are divided by a fine gap G1 as shown in Fig. 2, the elastic member 201 is very good at the tensile force and torque without any distortion or other interference. Lt; / RTI >

3 is a view for explaining an example of the elastic member 201 of the force sensing module 200. FIG.

Referring to FIGS. 2 and 3, the deformation measuring gauge 280 may be attached to the elastic member 201. For example, the strain gage 280 may be a strain gauge. The wiring 290 may be connected at one end to the strain gage 280 and at the other end to the transmitter 160. The elastic member 201 includes a first fixing part 210 fixed to the inside of the lower club, a second fixing part 220 fixed to the inside of the upper club, a first fixing part 210, And at least one connection portion 230 connecting the connection portion 220. The second fixing part 220 has a hollow part, and the wiring 290 is connected to the transmitter 160 through the hollow part. Therefore, the elastic member 201 can guide and protect the wiring 290. [

In this embodiment, the elastic member 201 has one connection portion 230 as shown in Fig. 3, the connection part 230 may have the form of a plate-like elastic bar 230 integrally formed with the first fixing part 210 and the second fixing part 220. In the example shown in FIG. The elastic bar 230 may include a parallel portion 232, a lower bent portion 231, and an upper bent portion 233. The parallel portion 232 is slightly spaced from the axis connecting the center of the first fixing portion 210 and the second fixing portion 220 and extends in parallel with the axis. The lower bent portion 231 extends from the lower end of the parallel portion 232 and extends along the axis to be connected to the first fixing portion 210. The upper bent portion 233 extends from the upper end of the parallel portion 232 and is bent and extends along the axis, and is connected to the second fixing portion. The shape of the elastic member 201 may be variously changed other than the example shown in Fig. For example, instead of the plate-shaped elastic bar 230, a columnar bar or a bar-shaped elastic bar 230 may be applied. The deformation measuring gauge 280 may be provided on the elastic bar 230. The position where the deformation measuring gauge 280 is provided on the elastic member 201 may be changed according to the shape of the elastic member 201 and may be a position capable of sensing the force, It is not.

The deformation measurement gauge 280 may be a sensor that detects a mechanical change as an electrical signal. That is, the deformation measuring gauge 280 is adhered to the surface of the elastic bar 230, and a fine dimensional change, that is, a strain, in the elastic bar 230 can be measured in this state, The tensile force applied to the elastic member 201 can be measured or calculated from the magnitude and intensity of the electrical signal. In addition, the aforementioned axial strain of the elastic bar 230 can be measured according to the direction in which the deformation measuring gauge 280 is installed, and the strain in the direction perpendicular to the axial line can be measured. Alternatively, the elastic bar 230 may have a plate shape and may have strain measurement gauges 280 and 285 on two flat surfaces, respectively (see FIG. 4). In this case, for example, the strain in the direction perpendicular to the axial direction or the strain difference measured from the strain gauges 280, 285 provided on each of the two parallel surfaces 232 of the elastic bar 230 is obtained, The torque applied to the motor 201 can be obtained. Alternatively, it is also conceivable to provide a separate torque sensor on the elastic member 201.

Figs. 4 (a) to 4 (c) are views for explaining examples of forces applied to the elastic member 201 in swing.

Referring to FIG. 4 (a), in each stage of the swing, a tensile force mainly acts on the golf club, a torque mainly acts, or a combination of tensile force, torque and bending may act. 4 (b)), the inertia of the swing and the tension due to the speed can act (see Fig. 4 (c)), Reference). In addition, a torque and torque can be applied to the impact position of the golf ball according to the impact position. These tensile forces and torques are sensed by deformation measuring gauges 280 and 285 respectively attached to two opposing planes of the elastic bar 230 as shown in Figs. 4 (a) and 4 (b) And this electrical signal can be transmitted to the transmitter 160 via the wiring 290. [ The transmitter 160 may transmit such electrical signals to the above-described analytical terminal 300 (e.g., a smart phone) as information about the force.

The analysis terminal 300 generates user swing analysis information based on the received information about the force for the swing analysis of the user and generates information necessary for swing correction of the user based on the accumulated database of the swing analysis information Can be output.

For example, an application installed in a smart phone receives user-specific and golf-club-specific information at the start of a swing, analyzes signals transmitted from the transmitter 160, and determines characteristics of the user's swing, The swing speed, the swing tempo, the grip position, the direction of the swing, and the like according to the swing speed. The application may output the analysis result to the user together with the swing correction information.

5 is a view for explaining another example of the elastic member of the force sensing module 200. Fig.

The embodiment shown in Figure 5 is similar to the embodiment shown in Figure 5 except that the elastic member 202 has two elastic bars 230 and 240 and the two elastic bars 230 and 240 are provided with deformation measuring gauges 280 and 285, Is substantially the same as the swing monitoring golf club apparatus 2 described with reference to Figs. 1 to 4, so duplicate description is omitted. One elastic bar 230 has substantially the same shape as the elastic bar 230 described in FIG. The two elastic bars 230 and 240 are opposed to each other and have a symmetrical shape and can be connected to the first fixing part 210 and the second fixing part 220, respectively. Deformation measuring gauges 280 and 285 can be attached to two opposing planes of the respective elastic bars 230 (see FIG. 5). For example, the tensile force can be mainly detected from the deformation measuring gages 280 provided on the outer surfaces of the elastic bars 230 and 240, respectively, and the tensile force of the elastic bars 230 and 240, Torque can be primarily sensed from the strain gauges 285. Or vice versa. For this purpose, it is also possible to make the installation directions of the deformation measuring gauges 280 and 285 provided on the outer side surface and the inner side surface of the elastic bars 230 and 240 different, or to provide a separate torque measurement gauge on the inner side.

6 (a) to 6 (c) are views for explaining a golf swing correction information providing method using the swing monitoring golf club apparatus 2 according to an embodiment of the present invention.

In the golf swing correction information providing method using the swing monitoring golf club apparatus, the swing monitoring golf club apparatus described with reference to FIGS. 1 to 5 can be used to collect user swing analysis information. Thereafter, the swing reference data for calibration can be generated based on the cumulative database of the swing analysis information of the plurality of users. Next, comparison data between the swing analysis information of the user and the calibration swing reference data can be generated. Next, calibration information necessary for swing calibration can be provided based on the comparison data.

For example, as shown in FIG. 6 (a), in order to collect the user swing analysis information, environment setting is performed through an application installed in a smart phone, and identification or discrimination information for individual and golf clubs is inputted . Continuous measurement data of the tension and torque from the start to the end of the swing can then be received by the smartphone from the transmitter 160 as information about the force. Further, as shown in FIG. 6 (b), the application generates user swing analysis information including swing speed, swing tempo, grip position, and drive direction information based on the received information on the force . In this case, the creation of the user's swing analysis information may be performed by the smartphone itself or may be performed by communicating information about the force to the server through communication with the server through the application, And transmits the analyzed user swing analysis information to the smartphone.

In order to generate the swing reference data, individual and golf club-specific swing reference data may be generated based on the database. For example, a plurality of users may transmit information to the server about the force with a smartphone, a server may analyze information about the force, accumulate a plurality of user swing analysis information, , It is possible to derive an optimal swing reference data or a family swing reference data.

For example, as shown in Fig. 4 (a), a step of each swing is used to determine a swing index based on a best-suited standard for each element such as a swing key element, e.g., a grip, a swing path, a release, reference data can be generated through a server or through an application of a smartphone.

For example, the user swing analysis information of a professional athlete or the like may be used to derive the swing reference data, or the swing reference data may be generated by analyzing the correlation between the tensile force, There will be. In this case, since individual and golf club-specific information is also included in the user swing analysis information, individual swing reference data based on individual body characteristics (body length characteristics such as height, leg length, arm length, Swing baseline data for different club types can also be derived.

To generate the comparison data, calibration information of the user swing based on the tension and torque may be generated based on, for example, individual and golf club-specific swing reference data.

Further, in order to provide the calibration information required for the swing correction, the swing correction information may be output to the screen through an image and text through a smartphone. At this time, the calibration may be a self calibration type that can be performed by the user himself or herself using the calibration information. In other words, no specialist or coach is required. In addition, the user can be informed of the change process by analyzing cumulative data of individual users, and may provide guidelines.

Therefore, according to the swing-monitoring golf club apparatus 2 and the swing correction information providing method using the swing-monitoring golf club apparatus 2, it is possible to obtain a substantially improved map or correction than the case where only the swing posture, the trajectory and the speed are taught through a complicated apparatus . That is, the tensile force and the torque applied to the golf club by the user are measured, and by analyzing the swing characteristic, a more obvious physical entity, that is, the force applied by the user, can be corrected, so that the golf club can be directly, easily, I can. "

It will be understood by those skilled in the art that the foregoing description of the present invention is for illustrative purposes only and that those of ordinary skill in the art can readily understand that various changes and modifications may be made without departing from the spirit or essential characteristics of the present invention. will be. It is therefore to be understood that the above-described embodiments are illustrative in all aspects and not restrictive. For example, each component described as a single entity may be distributed and implemented, and components described as being distributed may also be implemented in a combined form.

The scope of the present invention is defined by the appended claims, and all changes or modifications derived from the meaning and scope of the claims and their equivalents should be construed as being included within the scope of the present invention.

105: Head
110: shaft
120: grip
121: Lower grip
125: upper grip
200: Force detection module
290: Wiring
160: Transmitter
130: cap
300: Analysis terminal
210: first fixing unit
220: second fixing portion
230: Connection
230: Elastic bar
G1: Clearance
232: parallel portion
231: Lower bend
233: Upper bending part
201, 202: elastic member
230,240: Elastic bar
280,285: strain gauges

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  1. A swing monitoring golf club apparatus for acquiring information related to a swing from a golf club and informing a user when the golf club is swung by a user,
    A golf club having a head, a grip and a shaft connecting the head and the grip;
    A force sensing module embedded in at least one of the grip and the shaft to obtain information about a force applied to the golf club when the golf club is swung; And
    And a transmitter built in the golf club for transmitting information about a force transmitted from the force sensing module to the outside,
    The golf club is divided into an upper club and a lower club based on the force sensing module,
    Wherein the force sensing module connects the upper club and the lower club and receives a tensile force and a torque applied to the golf club when the golf club is swung and transmits an electrical signal corresponding to the tensile force and the torque to the force And transmits the information to the transmitter.
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  3. The method according to claim 1,
    The force sensing module includes:
    An elastic member having a lower end fixed to the inside of the lower club and an upper end fixed to the inside of the upper club, wherein the elastic member receives a tensile force and a torque applied to the golf club when the golf club is swung;
    A deformation measuring gauge attached to said elastic member; And
    And a wiring for electrically connecting the deformation measuring gage and the transmitter.
  4. The method of claim 3,
    The grip is divided into an upper grip and a lower grip, thereby dividing the upper club and the lower club,
    Wherein the transmitter is embedded near the upper end of the upper grip.
  5. The method of claim 3,
    The elastic member
    A first fixing part fixed to the inside of the lower club;
    A second fixing part fixed to the inside of the upper club and having a hollow part, the second fixing part through which the wiring penetrates the hollow part;
    At least one connecting portion connecting the first fixing portion and the second fixing portion, the at least one connecting portion having the deformation measuring gauge attached thereto.
  6. 6. The method of claim 5,
    The at least one connecting portion
    And a plate-like elastic bar integrally formed with the first fixing portion and the second fixing portion,
    The elastic bar may include:
    A parallel portion spaced apart from an axis connecting the centers of the first fixed portion and the second fixed portion and extending in parallel with the axis, the deformed measurement gauge being attached;
    A lower bend extending and bent from a lower end of the parallel portion and connected to the first fixing portion;
    And an upper bend extending from the upper end of the parallel portion and connected to the second fixing portion.
  7. The method according to claim 6,
    Wherein the elastic member comprises two elastic bars, and the two elastic bars are symmetrically opposed to each other, and are connected to the first fixing unit and the second fixing unit, respectively.
  8. The method according to claim 1,
    An analysis terminal for receiving information about the force from the transmitter, the method comprising: generating user swing analysis information for swing analysis based on the received information about the force; And an analysis terminal for outputting information necessary for the user's swing correction.
  9. Using the swing monitoring golf club apparatus of claim 8, collecting the user swing analysis information;
    Generating swing reference data for calibration based on an accumulated database of swing analysis information of a plurality of users;
    Generating comparison data between the user swing analysis information and the calibration swing reference data; And
    And providing calibration information necessary for swing calibration based on the comparison data. The method for providing swing correction information using the swing monitoring golf club apparatus.
  10. 10. The method of claim 9,
    The step of collecting the user swing analysis information
    Receiving identification information for each individual and each golf club through an application installed in the analysis terminal;
    Continuous measurement data of the tensile force and torque from the start to the end of the swing are received from the transmitter by the analysis terminal as information about the force; And
    And generating the user swing analysis information including the swing speed, the swing tempo, the grip precise position, and the drive direction information through the analysis terminal by the application based on the received information about the force,
    The step of generating the swing reference data
    And generating swing reference data for each individual and each golf club based on the database,
    The step of generating the comparison data
    And generating calibration data of a user swing based on the pulling force and the torque based on the individual and the golf club-specific swing reference data,
    The step of providing the calibration information necessary for the swing correction
    And outputting the calibration data of the user swing through the application program.
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