KR102019760B1 - Apparatus for golf putting practice - Google Patents

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KR102019760B1
KR102019760B1 KR1020170180661A KR20170180661A KR102019760B1 KR 102019760 B1 KR102019760 B1 KR 102019760B1 KR 1020170180661 A KR1020170180661 A KR 1020170180661A KR 20170180661 A KR20170180661 A KR 20170180661A KR 102019760 B1 KR102019760 B1 KR 102019760B1
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Abstract

The present invention relates to a golf putting practice apparatus, and more particularly, to easily attach to the shaft of the golf putter, the angle of the putter head when performing the putting, whether or not the golf ball hitting the golf ball at the center of gravity of the head correctly, putting Outputting the results of the analysis of the distance or a combination thereof to a plurality of LED or LCD provided on one side of the golf putting practice device, so that the user can immediately recognize and correct the problem of his putting posture golf putting It is about a practice apparatus.

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Golf putting practice device {APPARATUS FOR GOLF PUTTING PRACTICE}

The present invention relates to a golf putting practice apparatus, and more particularly, to easily attach to the shaft of the golf putter, the angle of the putter head when performing the putting, whether or not the golf ball hitting the golf ball at the center of gravity of the head correctly, putting Outputting a putt result including a distance or a combination thereof to a plurality of LEDs or LCDs provided on one side of the golf putting practice device, so that the user can immediately recognize and correct the problem of his putting posture It is about putting practice apparatus.

Modern society is facing a major transformation from work-oriented society to welfare society based on high economic growth. Due to these social phenomena, the public's interest in quality of life is rapidly increasing through various leisure activities such as golf.

In general, golf uses a variety of golf clubs (golf clubs) such as wood, iron, putter, etc. to hit a golf ball located at a specific place such as a tee, fairway, green, hazard, etc. By putting in a hole determined according to a plurality of courses, it means an athletic game that competes with the number of strokes required until it is put into the hole for each course based on the prescribed number of strokes given for each course.

Accordingly, the user wants to reduce the number of golf hits by sharpening various techniques such as swing practice, increasing the distance of the hit golf ball, and escaping the hazard.

However, while practicing swing practice and a variety of other techniques is important in reducing the number of strokes, actually putting golf balls on the green area with the correct posture and the right force to hit the hole reduces the number of strokes when playing golf. It is a very important factor.

In order to perform the correct putting, when hitting the golf ball, the head surface of the putter must exactly match the direction of the golf ball, and the golf ball must hit the head center of the putter accurately. That is, it is very important to putt the head surface of the putter in the correct posture. However, in the case of a skilled person such as a professional, you can easily improve their problems by looking at the direction of the golf ball rolling after putting, and precisely hitting the angle of the head or the center of the head at the time of hitting, but the general user grasps it. There is a very difficult problem.

In order to solve this problem, various products such as a putting exerciser using digital technology or a putting exerciser using laser technology have been developed and used in recent years.

The putting exerciser using the digital technology includes a plurality of sensors on a putting mat on which a golf ball is placed, and when a user performs putting, a distance to a ball and an angle to a direction of the ball based on sensing information collected from the sensor. It calculates information such as, etc., and outputs the calculated information on the display.

However, the putting exerciser using the conventional digital technology has a problem of always carrying a large and heavy putting mat for putting practice. For this reason, there is a disadvantage in that it can only be used in a limited space in which a putting mat is installed, such as a home or a golf practice ground.

In addition, the putting exerciser using the laser is equipped with a laser generating device in the form of a clip on the golf cap, and by displaying the horizontal laser line on the ground through the laser generator, so that the putting can be performed according to the laser line displayed on the ground It is a product.

The putting exerciser using the laser overcomes some of the spatial constraints unlike the putting exercise using the digital technology by mounting the golf hat, but simply provides a putting line through a laser line projected on the ground, and the provided putting line Depending on your ability to perform backswing, downswing, and follow. This does not provide information on the angle of the putter head, the exact hitting to the center of gravity of the head when putting, there is a problem that the user does not properly grasp the problem of his putting posture.

Therefore, in the present invention, so that the user can easily detachable to the shaft of the putter so that the user can perform the putting practice regardless of the place, such as a golf course, golf practice field or home, when the angle of the normal putter head and the user putt The difference between the angle of the putter head surface of the putter, whether the golf ball is hit correctly from the center of gravity of the head, the putting distance, etc. are provided to the user so that the user can immediately recognize the problem of the putting action. I would like to suggest a way to.

Next, the prior art existing in the technical field of the present invention will be briefly described, and then the technical matters to be made differently from the prior art will be described.

First, Korean Laid-Open Patent No. 2006-0018725 (2006.03.02.) Relates to a golf club that senses an impact point. The center of the head of the golf club has a shock sensor that detects an impact on the left and right sides of the center. The present invention relates to a golf club that senses an impact point that indicates at which position of the head the golf ball is hit.

Although the prior art is partly similar to the present invention in that the swing posture of the user can be corrected through practice, the prior art simply provides a hitting position of the golf ball against the golf club head through the impact sensor. In addition, since the impact sensor is integrally provided with the golf club, there is a problem in that a golf club used for a golf game should be provided instead of a golf club used in general.

On the other hand, the present invention is implemented to be easily detachable to the shaft of a generally used racing putt, when the user performs the putting through a variety of sensors, including angular velocity detection sensor and gyro sensor to detect the angular velocity of more than three axes By collecting various sensing information about the result, and outputting the information on the angle of the head, whether the golf ball hits the center of gravity of the head (hit or not), the putting distance, etc. based on the collected sensing information through the LED In order to allow the user to visually and immediately recognize his or her putting problems, the prior art does not describe or suggest these technical features of the present invention.

In addition, Korean Laid-Open Patent No. 2006-0034549 (2006.04.24.) Relates to a golf putting sensor practice device, is coupled to the head of the putter, a predetermined length including a sliding member linearly moved in the front and rear direction by the action of an external force. And a housing having a height and a height, and when the user performs putting practice using the putter, the distance of the putter head and the swing speed of the putter are indicated by the proximity sensor and the LED located on the upper surface of the housing. The golf putting sensory exercise device that allows you to learn the width of the backswing appropriately for the distance to be sensibly, and to move the putter in a straight trajectory to the rear during the backswing, and to practice the golf ball to be squarely impacted during the downswing. It is about.

The prior art is partially related to the present invention in that the putting practice can be performed by a specific means, but the prior art includes a housing having a predetermined size including a sliding member for guiding the putter. There is a disadvantage that the putting practice can be performed only in the place where the exercise device is installed.

On the other hand, the present invention can be easily attached to the shaft of the putter to perform the putting practice anywhere and anytime, regardless of the place, the angle of the putter head when hitting the golf ball, when performing the putting operation of the user By determining whether or not due to the shaking of the head and providing the information through a plurality of LEDs, by providing a technical configuration that the user can effectively correct his putting posture, the prior art of the present invention There is no description of the technical configuration, and there is no description of any suggestion or estimable content in this regard, so the technical difference from the present invention is clear.

As described above, most of the prior art is provided only with a separate golf club for practice, or installed in a specific place, such as a home or a golf practice, it can only be carried out in a specific place golf practice, the present invention By simply attaching and detaching to the shaft of the putter, you can perform putting practice using the existing putter regardless of the place, LED information on the angle of the putter header according to the putting operation, whether or not, putting distance, etc. By providing a visual through the user, there are no technical features that allow the user to easily identify the problem with their putting routine or posture.

The present invention has been created to solve the above problems, by putting the size of the putter shaft thickness or the size of the thumb to be compact to maximize the portability, golf putting to perform putting practice anywhere, anytime The purpose is to provide a practice apparatus.

In addition, the present invention can be easily attached to the shaft of the putter without a separate mounting member using a magnet or a spring, and does not need to have a separate golf club for golf without regard to the place, such as home, golf practice field, field It is another object of the present invention to provide a golf putting practice device that allows the putting practice to be easily performed.

In addition, the present invention is a golf putter to prevent the golf putting practice device from sliding or moving in the direction of the head of the putter when the putting operation using a material having a high coefficient of friction, such as rubber or silicone, to the putter shaft. Another object is to provide a practice device.

In another aspect, the present invention further comprises an elastic means having an elastic modulus of a predetermined size of the portion mounted on the putter shaft, to provide a golf putting practice apparatus to be accurately fixed to the putter shaft irrespective of the diameter size of the putter shaft. To do it for another purpose.

In another aspect, the present invention is equipped with a variety of sensors, such as a sensor for detecting the angular velocity of more than three axes, such as a gyro sensor to provide the user with a plurality of LEDs arranged on one surface of the golf putting practice device to provide analysis information on the putting operation, the user It is another object of the present invention to provide a golf putting practice device that can immediately identify a problem with your putting action.

In addition, the present invention by comparing the angle to the putter head at the time of hitting the golf ball and the angle of the putter head at the time of the set-up when the user performs the putting practice, by displaying information about the difference through the LED, Another object of the present invention is to provide a golf putting practice device for allowing a user to identify and correct problems such as wrist distortion during putting.

In addition, the present invention detects the shake of the putter head when putting, and indicates whether or not the golf ball from the center of gravity of the putter head accurately through the LED, so that the user can immediately recognize whether the golf ball hitting Another object is to provide a golf putting practice device.

In another aspect, the present invention is to provide a golf putting practice apparatus for estimating the putting distance to display through the LED, so that the putting can be performed with a suitable force in accordance with the moving distance of the golf ball.

In another aspect, the present invention is to provide a golf putting practice device to enable the putting practice according to the skilled, beginners through the sensitivity setting function.

In the golf putting practice device is mounted on the shaft of the putter according to an embodiment of the present invention to perform the putting practice, is formed on one side of the body of the golf putting practice device, for the operation of the golf putting practice device A switch unit including at least one switch, a display unit formed on one surface of the main body and outputting analysis information about a putting result, a transparent window or a translucent window covering the display unit, and at least one of each of the lower sides of the main body It is formed along the inner surface of the support and the support, and includes a shaft mounting portion fixed to the shaft of the putter, wherein the display is characterized in that consisting of a plurality of LED or LCD.

In addition, the switch unit, a mode switch for setting the putting practice mode, including an angular practice mode, a precision practice mode and a distance practice mode, a sensitivity switch for setting the sensitivity for the putting practice mode and for driving the golf putting practice device Includes a power switch, the angular practice mode is a mode for checking the angle of the putter head surface when putting, the rudder training mode is a mode for checking whether or not the putt when putting, the distance practice mode checks the putting distance It is characterized in that the mode for.

The display unit may output the analysis information as a combination of a plurality of LEDs or a graphic including a character, a figure, or a combination thereof through the LCD.

The display unit may further include a detection sensor that detects an amount of light, and outputs the analysis information by adaptively adjusting the brightness of the plurality of LEDs and the LCD according to the brightness of ambient light.

The transparent window or the translucent window may be coupled to the main body at an upper portion of the display unit to cover one surface of the main body in which the display unit is located.

In addition, the distance between the supports located on both lower sides of the main body is characterized in that the same as the size of the diameter of the particular shaft.

In addition, the shaft mounting portion is formed of silicon or rubber having a predetermined friction coefficient and thickness, it is fixed to the shaft of the putter, characterized in that to prevent slipping from the shaft of the putter.

In addition, the golf putting practice device further comprises an elastic material connecting the support and the shaft mounting portion, characterized in that to improve the fixing force of the shaft mounting portion by applying an elastic force to the shaft mounting portion through the elastic material.

In addition, the analysis information, including the angle of the putter head surface, putting and putting distance when putting, characterized in that it is output through the display unit or sequentially output according to the set putting practice mode.

In addition, the angle of the putter head surface is calculated by calculating the difference between the angle of the putter head surface at the set-up position and when the putter head surface reaches the set-up position during downswing, and the hitting portion is the putter head surface when putting. It is determined by detecting the amount of change in the angle, characterized in that the putting distance is estimated based on the angular velocity with respect to the head of the putter.

In addition, the golf putting practice method according to an embodiment of the present invention, by putting the golf putting practice apparatus on the shaft of the putter to set the putting practice mode and sensitivity, the step of detecting the putting motion, the set putting practice mode and Generating the analysis information according to the sensitivity and outputting the generated analysis information as a combination of a plurality of LEDs, or outputting as a graphic composed of a character, a figure, or a combination thereof.

According to the golf putting practice apparatus of the present invention as described above, by simply detachable to the shaft of the putter, it is not necessary to have a separate golf club for practice, anytime, anywhere, such as home, golf practice field, field It is effective to perform putting practice anywhere.

In addition, the present invention outputs information such as the angle of the putter head, whether the hitting, putting distance, etc. through the LED when the user performs the putting practice to immediately identify and correct problems with the user's putting action It works.

1 is a conceptual diagram showing for schematically illustrating a golf putting practice apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 2 is a perspective view showing a golf putting practice apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 3 is a plan view showing a golf putting practice apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 4 is a front view showing a golf putting practice apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 5 is a side view showing a golf putting practice apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 6 is a rear view showing a golf putting practice apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.
7 is a view showing the configuration of the putting result analysis module mounted on the golf putting practice apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.
8 is a flowchart illustrating a procedure for performing golf putting practice using the golf putting practice apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

Hereinafter, with reference to the accompanying drawings will be described in detail a preferred embodiment of the golf putting practice apparatus of the present invention. Like reference numerals in the drawings denote like elements. In addition, specific structural to functional descriptions of the embodiments of the present invention are only illustrated for the purpose of describing the embodiments according to the present invention, and unless otherwise defined, all terms used herein including technical or scientific terms These have the same meaning as commonly understood by one of ordinary skill in the art to which the present invention belongs. Terms such as those defined in the commonly used dictionaries should be construed as having meanings consistent with the meanings in the context of the related art, and are not construed in ideal or excessively formal meanings unless expressly defined herein. It is preferable not to.

1 is a conceptual diagram showing for schematically illustrating a golf putting practice apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

As shown in FIG. 1, the golf putting practice apparatus 10 according to an embodiment of the present invention is a device for providing a user with analysis information according to a result of putting when putting practice or putting is performed in a field. It is easily attached to and detached from the shaft 310 of the putter 300, thereby allowing the putting practice to be performed at any time and any place regardless of a place such as a home, a golf driving range, a field, or the like.

In addition, the golf putting practice device 10 is preferably mounted on the center or the upper portion of the shaft 310 of the golf putter 300, and does not interfere with the user's gaze at the golf ball when putting, In order to maximize the thickness of the shaft 310 or the size of a normal adult thumb.

In addition, the golf putting practice device 10 applies a magnet or an elastic material, regardless of the thickness (generally, the diameter of the shaft 310 is 6mm to 14mm) of the shaft 310 of the putter 300, the shaft 310 It can be attached and detached easily.

In addition, in the golf putting practice device 10, the portion mounted to the shaft 310 is made of a material such as silicone or rubber having a predetermined coefficient of friction. Through this, when the user performs the putting, the golf putting practice device 10 may be prevented from sliding or rotating to the header 320 part of the putter 300 by centrifugal force.

On the other hand, in the case of putting, the golf putt is made of a material such as silicone or rubber having a constant friction coefficient because it uses a very small width of swing or force unlike a tee shot to send a golf ball to a long distance with a large swing width or force. The training device 10 can be prevented from slipping or rotating.

In addition, the golf putting practice device 10 includes an angular velocity detection sensor and a gyro sensor, and also includes an analysis module (shown in FIG. 7) for analyzing the putting result, and sensing collected from the sensors through the analysis module. Deriving the analysis information on the putting operation based on the information, and by outputting the derived analysis information by using a plurality of LEDs, the user can visually and immediately recognize the problem of his putting operation. The analysis module will be described in detail with reference to FIG. 7.

In addition, the plurality of LEDs in the direction in which the user's eyes are located (ie, the direction in which the handle of the golf putter 300 is located), the golf putting practice device 10 is preferably mounted on the shaft 310. However, the present invention is not limited thereto, and the plurality of LEDs may be provided on one surface of the golf putting practice device 10.

The analysis information includes the angle of the head 320 hitting the golf ball during putting, whether the hitting and putting distance, the analysis information is displayed by the LED according to the putting practice mode selected by the user.

The putting practice mode includes an angular practice mode, a sine practice mode and a distance practice mode. The angular practice mode indicates an angle with respect to the head 320 of the golf putter 300 when hitting the golf ball during putting, and the correct practice mode accurately strikes the golf ball from the center of the head 320. The distance training mode estimates and displays the putting distance. Meanwhile, the putting practice mode will be described in detail with reference to FIG. 7.

Therefore, the user can immediately recognize the analysis information displayed according to the putting practice mode selected by the user through the LED, and can grasp the problem of the putting operation based on the recognized analysis information.

In addition, golf putting practice device 10 provides a sensitivity control function, according to the adjusted sensitivity can be experienced golfer or beginner using the golf putting practice device 10 to practice golf putting.

That is, the sensitivity may be set in steps 1 to 5, and in the case of a skilled person, it may be set to 1 to determine whether the putting operation is correct or not depending on the angle of the head 320 having a preset size or whether or not the steering is performed. Make sure For example, when a skilled person wants to apply the angle of the head 320 or whether or not to be sensitive depending on his or her ability, the sensitivity may be set in five steps and putting practice may be performed. Accordingly, if the golf putting practice device 10 is out of a preset angle (eg, 1 degree) according to the sensitivity of the head 320, the golf putting practice device determines that it is not an accurate putting operation and outputs the corresponding information through the LED. can do.

As described above, golf putting practice device 10 can be easily attached and detached to the shaft 310 of the commonly used putter 300, according to the sensitivity setting function and putting practice mode can be easily used by experienced or novice. have. In addition, the golf putting practice device 10 provides the user with analysis information on the putting result through the LED according to the putting practice mode, so that the user can immediately identify the problem with the putting operation and correct the problem. .

On the other hand, the analysis information is preferably provided according to the putting practice mode selected by the user, but is not limited to this, by operating a plurality of switches (not shown) provided in the golf putting practice apparatus 10, the head ( 320) can be configured to check all the analysis information on the angle, whether the hitting, putting distance.

Figure 2 is a perspective view showing a golf putting practice apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

As shown in Figure 2, the golf putting practice apparatus 10 according to an embodiment of the present invention performs the putting practice, the main body 100 and the golf for providing analysis information on the putting practice performed It is configured to include a mounting portion 200 for mounting the putting practice apparatus 10 to the shaft 310 of the putter 300.

In addition, the main body 100 and the mounting part 200 may be integrally formed, or the main body 100 and the mounting part 200 may be separately manufactured and combined with various coupling members such as screws.

Meanwhile, although the shape of the main body 100 is illustrated as a rectangular parallelepiped in FIG. 2, the shape of the main body 100 is not limited thereto and may be implemented in various shapes such as a rhombus, a cylindrical shape, a cube, and the like.

In addition, the main body 100 includes various sensors such as an angular velocity detection sensor (not shown), a gyro sensor (not shown), and the like, when the user performs putting practice, by using sensing information collected from each sensor. , Generating analysis information according to the putting result, and outputting the generated analysis information through the LED.

In addition, the main body 100 is transparent to protect the LED from the external environment and the switch unit 110 and at least one switch including at least one switch for operating the golf putting practice device 10 to check the analysis information output through the LED. The window or translucent window 130 is configured to include.

The switch unit 110 is configured on one surface of the main body 100, the power switch for driving the golf putting practice device 10, the mode switch for selecting the putting practice mode and the sensitivity switch for setting the sensitivity Include.

Accordingly, the user may drive the golf putting practice device 10 through a power switch, and perform the putting practice according to the angle training mode, the hit training mode or the distance training mode by operating the mode switch. In addition, the user can set the sensitivity for the putting practice mode by operating the sensitivity switch, it is possible to perform the putting practice according to his putting skill.

In addition, or the translucent window 130 is for covering the display unit 120 consisting of a plurality of LEDs provided on one surface of the golf putting practice device 10, and the LED is damaged from physical force or other factors, etc. In order to prevent the golf putting practice device 10 is coupled to the upper portion of the display unit 120. Accordingly, the user may check the display unit 120 through the transparent window or the translucent window 130. Here, the transparent window refers to a window through which light can pass, and the translucent window is made slightly cloudy compared to the transparent window. In the present invention, whether the transparent window or translucent window, the degree of transparency can be applied differently according to the user's preference, and there is no limitation on the degree.

In addition, the mounting portion 210 is configured to include a shaft mounting portion 220 directly coupled to the shaft 320 and the support 210 for supporting the shaft mounting portion 220.

In addition, the support 210 is provided with at least one each having a gap of the diameter of the shaft 320 on both lower sides of the main body 100 to support the shaft mounting portion 220. In addition, the shaft mounting portion 220 is located on the inner surface of each support 210, respectively.

Meanwhile, the support 210 may be configured to have a diameter gap of the shaft 320, but the shaft mounting parts 220 positioned at each support 210 may be configured to have a diameter gap of the shaft 320. Of course it is. Meanwhile, the support 210 and the shaft mounting unit 220 will be described in detail with reference to FIG. 4.

In addition, the golf putting practice device 10 including the main body 100 and the mounting portion 220 is to be made of a material resistant to external impacts such as reinforced plastics (PVC), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), thermoplastic poly urethane (TPU), etc. Can be.

Figure 3 is a plan view showing a golf putting practice apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

As shown in FIG. 3, a switch unit 110 including at least one switch may be positioned on an upper portion of the body 100 constituting the golf putting practice device 10. However, the switch unit 110 is preferably configured to be positioned above the body 100, but is not limited thereto. The switch unit 110 may be configured to be positioned on any one surface of the main body 100. Of course it can.

The switch unit 110 includes a power switch, a mode switch and a sensitivity switch.

In addition, the power switch is formed to protrude in the lower portion of the body 100, when the golf putting practice device 10 is mounted on the shaft 310, when the power switch is pressed into the interior of the body 100 the power It may be configured as a rocker (locker) switch to be supplied to the golf putting practice device 10. At this time, when the golf putting practice device 10 is detached from the shaft 310, the power switch pressed into the inner to return to the original position so that the power can be cut off.

In addition, the main body 100 further includes at least one or more LEDs corresponding to each switch, so that the on / off state of the power source, a putting practice mode selected by the user, and a sensitivity set by the user may be displayed through the LEDs. Can be implemented.

Figure 4 is a front view showing a golf putting practice apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

As shown in FIG. 4, the main body 100 provided in the golf putting practice apparatus 10 according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a display unit 120 and the display unit 120 provided on one surface of the main body 100. It comprises a transparent window or a translucent window 130 to cover the.

The display unit 120 may include a plurality of LEDs arranged in a form of 2 rows and 5 columns or in various forms, and displays analysis information on a result of putting practice performed by a user through the LEDs.

It can also be configured with a red LED in the first row and a blue LED in the second row.

Meanwhile, the display unit 120 may be configured as an LCD. In this case, the display unit 120 may output analysis information on the putting result in the form of a graphic including a character, a figure, or a combination thereof through the LCD. Can be.

In addition, the display unit 120 may be provided with a detection sensor that can detect the amount of ambient light, through which the brightness of the LED and LCD is adaptively adjusted according to the brightness of the ambient light to output the analysis information. can do.

In addition, the transparent window or the translucent window 130 is configured as a front surface with respect to one surface of the main body 100 in which the display unit 120 is located, integrally formed with the main body 100 or through various coupling members such as hinges. It may be combined with the main body 100.

In addition, the transparent window or the semi-transparent window 130 is invisible to the LED due to dust or other foreign matters, the transparent window or semi-transparent window 130 by separating the main body 100 from the LED and transparent or translucent window 130 can be cleaned, it is natural that the transparent window or semi-transparent window 130 may be replaced with a new transparent or semi-transparent window 130 if the scratch is severely scratched. .

In addition, the mounting portion 200 is integrally formed with the main body 100, or manufactured separately and coupled to the main body 100, the support 210 and the golf practice putting device configured on both lower sides of the main body 100. It is configured to include a shaft mounting portion 220 for fixing (10) to the shaft (320).

The shaft mounting portion 220 may be formed to be curved to correspond to the surface of the shaft 320 to be mounted, it is made of a material of a certain thickness having elasticity, such as silicone or rubber.

That is, the shaft mounting portion 220 is made of a specific material having a friction coefficient and elasticity of a certain size, thereby preventing the golf putter practice device 10 from sliding or rotating from the movement of the putter 300 and at the same time It can be fixedly mounted at a specific position of the shaft 320.

In addition, the mounting part 200 may further include an elastic material such as a spring between the support 210 and the shaft mounting part 220. Through this, the mounting portion 220 provides the elastic force to the shaft mounting portion 220 through the elastic material, so that the golf putting practice device 10 is more firmly fixed to the shaft 320.

Hereinafter, with reference to Figures 5 and 6 will be described the configuration provided in the golf putting practice device.

5 is a side view showing a golf putting practice apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention, Figure 6 is a rear view showing a golf putting practice apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

As shown in Figure 5, the support 210 provided in the mounting portion 200 of the golf putting practice device 10 may be configured in each of the lower side of the main body 100 in the longitudinal direction of the main body 100, two The spacing between the supports 210 positioned at both sides may have the same size as the diameter of the shaft 320.

However, the support 210 is one support 210 having the same size as the width of the main body 100 is configured on each of both lower sides of the main body 100, or based on the width of the main body 100 At least two on both sides of the lower body 100 may be configured.

In addition, although the support 210 is shown in a rectangular shape in FIG. 5, the present invention is not limited thereto and may be implemented in various shapes such as a streamlined shape.

In addition, as shown in Figure 6, by having a battery charging connector for charging the battery on one surface of the main body 100, when the user does not use the golf putting practice apparatus 10, the battery charging connector is charged By connecting the cable, it is possible to charge the battery for supplying power for driving the golf putting practice device 10.

The battery is composed of at least one, the golf putting practice device 10 may be built in a variety of rechargeable batteries, such as CR1220 (lithium battery), can receive power from the battery.

7 is a view showing the configuration of the putting result analysis module mounted on the golf putting practice apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

As shown in FIG. 7, the putting result analysis module 140 mounted on the golf putting practice device includes a mode setting unit 141 for setting a putting practice mode and a sensitivity setting unit 142 for setting sensitivity according to a user's skill level. The sensing information collecting unit 143 collects sensing information from sensors such as an angular velocity sensor and a gyro sensor, a putting motion detecting unit 144 for detecting a putting motion of the user, and a putting result analysis for analyzing the putting result of the user. Including the control unit 145, the memory 146, the control unit 147 for performing the overall control of the putting result analysis module 140, including outputting the analysis information to the display unit 120 in the analyzed putting results. It is composed.

In addition, the mode setting unit 141 performs a function of setting the putting practice mode based on the operation of the user mode switch. The putting practice mode is composed of an angular practice mode, a hit practice mode and a distance practice mode as described above.

In addition, the putting practice mode set by the user may be displayed to be recognized by the user through the display unit 120. For example, when the mode switch is operated once, the angle training mode is entered, and one blue LED of the display unit 120 is wiped out for a predetermined time, thereby recognizing that the angle training mode is set. In the same way, the number of the blue LEDs is displayed differently according to the operation of the mode switch, so that the user can recognize the putting practice mode set by the user.

In addition, the sensitivity setting unit 142 sets the sensitivity for each putting practice mode according to the user's skill based on the user's manipulation of the sensitivity switch.

In addition, the sensitivity is set to increase by one step each time the user operates the sensitivity switch, and when the sensitivity switch is operated in the final step (for example, step 5), the sensitivity is set to one step sensitivity again. In addition, the sensitivity setting unit 142 through the control unit 147, the red LED is sequentially turned on for each step to recognize the currently set sensitivity. That is, when the user operates the sensitivity switch three times, a total of three red LEDs are sequentially turned on.

In addition, the set putting practice mode and the sensitivity are stored in the memory 146.

On the other hand, golf putting practice device 10 has a built-in angular velocity detection sensor, a gyro sensor for detecting the angular velocity of at least one or more three axes, the sensing information collection unit 143 is the user's putting from the angular velocity detection sensor and gyro sensor It collects the sensing information on the acceleration and angular velocity of the X-axis, Y-axis and Z-axis during setup, backswing, and downswing according to the operation, so that analysis of the result of the putting operation can be performed based on the collected sensing information.

In addition, the putting motion detector 144 checks the putting motion of the user. That is, when the user performs putting practice, the putting motion detecting unit 144 detects the putting motion of the user by sequentially detecting a series of motions such as setup, back swing, and down swing.

In the case of the setup, if the movement does not move within the threshold range for a predetermined time based on the sensing information measured from the gyro sensor, the putting motion detection unit 144 considers this as a setup state. On the other hand, if no other setup state is detected after the setup state, or if the backswing state is not detected within 5 seconds, the setup state is invalidated and the putting motion detection unit 144 is initialized.

Next, after the putting motion detecting unit 144 has the setup state, the Y axis of the gyro sensor is +4 degrees or more (that is, in the opposite direction to the golf ball) through the sensing information of the gyro sensor. If it is out, it is determined that the backswing has started, and when the Y axis of the gyro sensor decreases or a moment when a stop is detected for a predetermined time (for example, 0.1 second) is determined, the backswing is determined to be over.

On the other hand, when the backswing is started and the backswing does not end within 5 seconds, the backswing is invalidated and the putting motion detection unit 144 is initialized.

Next, the putting motion detection unit 144 determines that the Y-axis of the gyro sensor is smaller than 2 degrees more than the maximum angle in the backswing after the setup state and the backswing start and end, and the start of the downswing. It is determined that the downswing is completed when the golf ball is advanced more than 4 degrees in the direction of the golf ball than the Y-axis angle in the setup.

On the other hand, if the downswing is started and the downswing is not completed within 5 seconds, the downswing is invalidated and the putting motion detecting unit 144 is initialized.

In addition, the putting motion detecting unit 144 does not proceed the movement of the putter 300 in a predetermined swing order in the process of detecting the putting motion of the user, or the sensing information is outside the preset threshold for each swing state. If it is determined that the surface is abnormal, the putting motion detection unit 144 is initialized.

For example, if there is a sudden change in acceleration during the swinging of the putter through the acceleration sensor, it may be determined that the collision with another object, it may be determined as an abnormal state. In addition, the X axis of the gyro sensor is a value that appears when the putter 300 is pushed toward the user or pulled toward the user. The value of the gyro sensor is theoretically almost unchanged after setup, and thus, when the change of the X axis ends downswing after setup. If it is out of the preset threshold value, it can be determined as an abnormal state. In addition, if the change in the Y-axis of the gyro sensor moves more than 4 degrees in the target direction in the setup state, it can be determined as an abnormal state. This means that you hit the ball immediately in the setup and must be reset. In addition, the Z axis of the gyro sensor is a value that appears when the user rotates the putter 300 by hand, and when the change of the Z axis is greater than the angle ㅁ 3 of the Y axis, it may be determined as an abnormal state.

In addition, the putting result analysis unit 145 analyzes the putting result according to the putting practice mode set by the user, and provides the analyzed information to the user through the LED, and the user performs putting practice in the angular practice mode. In one case, the angle calculation unit (1451) for calculating the angle of the putter head surface when hitting the golf ball, the hitting to determine whether or not hitting the golf ball hitting the golf ball, when the user performed putting practice in the hitting training mode The determination unit 1452 and the putting distance estimating unit 1453 for estimating the putting distance when the user performs the putting training in the distance training mode.

The angle calculator 1451 is to allow the user to recognize how accurate the angle hit the golf ball, the head surface of the putter 300 at the time of the set-up and downswing during setup The difference in the angle of the head surface of the putter 300 when it comes to the set-up position is calculated, so that the difference in the calculated angle can be displayed through the display unit 120.

In addition, the angle calculation unit 1451 measures the Z-axis angle of the gyro sensor during setup (in this case, the angle of the Z-axis becomes 0), and measures the Z-axis angle of the gyro sensor when the downswing ends. The angle of the head surface of the putter 300 when the golf ball is hit by calculating the difference with respect to the Z axis angle of the gyro sensor during setup is displayed. If the difference value is +, it means that the head surface of the putter 300 is opened in the opposite direction to the user, and if the difference value is-, the putter 300 Head side  It is closed in the direction of the user. Therefore, when the difference value is +4, the putter 300 Head side  It means that the golf ball is hit in a state that is more than 4 degrees in the opposite direction of the user.

In addition, the angle calculator 1451 may display the calculated angle with respect to the head surface of the putter 300 through the display unit 120. For example, when the calculated angle is +4, the leftmost LED of the red LED is turned on for a predetermined time (which means + angle, and vice versa, when the rightmost LED is lit). The four may be expressed according to the combination of the red LED and the blue LED. For example, a red LED indicates 10 digits, and the blue LED can indicate a 1 digit, and can be set to indicate 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 from the rightmost blue LED. Accordingly, the number 4 may be displayed when the fourth blue LED is turned on. If 19 is displayed, 19 may be displayed by lighting the rightmost LED among the red LEDs and simultaneously lighting the blue LEDs positioned in the fourth and fifth.

In addition, whether or not to determine whether or not hitting the golf ball in the center of gravity of the head (320) of the putter 300, the putter 300, so that the user can recognize it As such, the hitting determination unit 1542 may determine whether the hitting through the shaking of the head 320 of the putter 300 after hitting the golf ball.

That is, as the user hits the hitting point of the putter head 320, the shaking of the putter head 320 will not be much, and as the hitting point goes to the edge, the shaking of the putter head 320 will be severe.

Accordingly, after the downswing is finished (ie, after hitting the golf ball), the determination whether the rudder determination unit 1452 measures the amount of change with respect to the Z-axis angle of the gyro sensor, and the change amount is a preset threshold value. In the case of abnormality, it is determined that the golf ball is not hit by the center of gravity of the putter head 320 accurately, and outputs information about the golf ball through the display unit 120.

For example, when the golf ball is not hit exactly at the center of gravity of the putter head 320, the red LED may be turned on, when the golf ball is hit exactly at the center of gravity of the putter head 320 is lit blue LED can do.

In addition, the putting distance estimating unit 1453 estimates the distance (ie, putting distance) the golf ball rolls according to the putting result performed by the user and provides the user to the sensor to acquire a swing speed suitable for the putting distance. To help.

 In addition, the putting distance estimation unit 1453 may determine the putting distance based on the angular velocity of the head 320 of the putter measured in the downswing process collected by the sensing information collecting unit 143 when the putting operation of the user is finished. The estimated putting distance is output through the display unit 120. In this case, the putting distance estimator 1453 may estimate the distance the ball moves based on the angular velocity of the putter head 320 measured to the set-up point when the downswing is performed after the backswing is performed after the setup. In other words, you can measure the putting distance with the speed just before hitting the ball.

The memory 146 may store a mapping table in which angular velocities of the putter head 320 and putting distances for the angular velocities are mutually mapped. In this case, the putting distance estimator 1453 may measure the measured putter head 320. By extracting the putting distance for the angular velocity with reference to the mapping table on the basis of the angular velocity of can be estimated the putting distance according to the user's putting result.

In addition, the putting distance may be output as a plurality of LED combinations through the same process as described in the angle calculator 1451.

In addition, the control unit 147 performs a function of controlling the golf putting practice device 10 as a whole, such as driving each component of the golf putting practice device 10, moving data between the respective parts, and the like.

8 is a flowchart illustrating a procedure for performing golf putting practice using the golf putting practice apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

As shown in Figure 8, the procedure for performing the golf putting practice using the golf putting practice device 10 according to an embodiment of the present invention, first, the user puts the golf putting practice device 10 golf putter 300 Mounted on the shaft 320, and sets the golf putting practice mode and sensitivity desired by the user (S110).

The putting practice mode is to practice to hit the golf ball from the center of gravity of the angle practice mode, the putter head 320 to practice to hit the golf ball by accurately maintaining the angle of the putter head 320 when putting It includes a distance practice mode that allows you to learn the putting distance in accordance with the punctual practice mode and the swing speed.

In addition, the sensitivity can be set according to the user's putting proficiency, by setting the sensitivity to the angle or whether the putt head 320 is to determine whether the correct putting operation according to the set sensitivity. will be. That is, in the case of a beginner, the sensitivity is set low so that the golf putting practice device 10 can recognize the correct putting operation even if the angle of the putt head 320 is more than a predetermined size when putting.

Next, when the golf putting practice apparatus 10 detects a putting operation of the user (S120), by analyzing the putting result according to the putting practice mode set by the user (S130), the analysis according to the analyzed putting result The information is output through the display unit 120 (S140).

The golf putting practice device 10 detects the putting motion by determining that the user has performed the putting motion when sequentially detecting a series of sequences including setup, back swing, and down swing.

Meanwhile, if the golf putting practice device 10 detects an abnormal state in the process of detecting the putting motion, the golf putting practice device 10 is initialized and the user puts it back through the putting practice mode and sensitivity setting. Allow practice to be performed.

In addition, the analysis information includes the angle of the putter head surface 320, the hitting and putting distance at the time of hitting the golf ball, the golf putting practice device 10 according to the putting practice mode set by the user Or, the angle of the putter head surface 320, whether the hitting and putting distance may be sequentially output.

In addition, the analysis information is output through a combination of a plurality of LEDs constituting the display unit 120, as described with reference to FIG. However, when the display unit 120 is configured as an LCD, the analysis information may be output as a graph composed of text, a graph, or a combination thereof.

Next, when performing the new putting practice (S150), the golf putting practice device 10 is initialized, the putting practice mode and sensitivity newly set or the previously set putting practice mode and sensitivity the steps S110 to S150 Putting practice can be performed through.

As described above, the golf putting practice device 10 according to an embodiment of the present invention to be easily detachable to the commonly used putter 300, home, golf without having a separate practice golf club There is an effect that allows you to practice putting in any place, such as a driving range, field.

In addition, golf putting practice device 10 according to an embodiment of the present invention by outputting the analysis information according to the result of the put through a plurality of LED, so that the problem of the user's putting action can be visually and immediately, the This has the effect of making it easy to correct the problem.

Although the above has been described above with reference to a preferred embodiment according to the present invention, the technical idea of the present invention is not limited thereto, and each component of the present invention is changed or modified within the technical scope of the present invention for achieving the same object and effect. Could be.

In addition, although the preferred embodiment of the present invention has been shown and described above, the present invention is not limited to the specific embodiments described above, but the technical field to which the invention belongs without departing from the spirit of the invention claimed in the claims. Of course, various modifications can be made by those skilled in the art, and these modifications should not be individually understood from the technical spirit or the prospect of the present invention.

Although the present invention has been described with reference to the embodiments illustrated in the drawings, this is merely exemplary, and various modifications and equivalent other embodiments are possible for those skilled in the art to which the art pertains. I will understand the point. Therefore, the technical protection scope of the present invention will be determined by the claims below.

10: golf putting practice device
100: main body 110: switch unit
120: display unit 130: transparent window or translucent window
140: putting result analysis module 141: mode setting unit
142: sensitivity setting unit 143: sensing information collection unit
144: the putting motion detection unit 145: the putting result analysis unit
1451: angle calculation unit 1452: determination whether or not
1453: Putting distance estimation 146: Memory
200: mounting portion 210: support
220: shaft mounting portion 300: golf putter
310: shaft 320: head

Claims (11)

  1. In the golf putting practice device is mounted on the shaft of the putter to perform the putting practice,
    A switch unit formed on one surface of the main body of the golf putting practice device and including at least one switch for the operation of the golf putting practice device;
    A display unit formed of a plurality of LEDs or LCDs on one surface of the main body and outputting analysis information on a putting result;
    A transparent window or translucent window covering the display unit;
    At least one support formed on each of both lower sides of the main body; And
    It is formed along the inner surface of the support, the shaft mounting portion fixed to the shaft of the putter;
    The switch unit,
    A mode switch for setting a putting practice mode, including an angular practice mode, a static practice mode, and a distance practice mode; And
    It includes; a sensitivity switch for setting the sensitivity for the angular practice mode, the rudder practice mode and the distance practice mode determined through the mode switch,
    The sensitivity may be set to any one of a plurality of steps divided according to the putting skill,
    The display unit visualizes the result of putting on the putting distance and the putting distance indicating whether the angle of the putter head according to the user's putting operation, the golf ball is hit by the center of the putter head, and the putting distance based on the set sensitivity. Golf putting practice device, which allows the user to intuitively check his putting results.
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  3. The method according to claim 1,
    The display unit,
    Outputting the analysis information in a combination of a plurality of LEDs, or
    Golf putting practice apparatus characterized in that the output via the LCD as a graphic containing a character, a figure or a combination thereof.
  4. The method according to claim 3,
    The display unit,
    Further comprising a detection sensor for detecting the amount of light,
    Golf putting practice apparatus, characterized in that for outputting the analysis information by adaptively adjusting the brightness of the plurality of LEDs or LCDs according to the detected amount of light.
  5. The method according to claim 1,
    The transparent window or translucent window,
    It is coupled to the main body at the upper portion of the display,
    Golf putting practice apparatus, characterized in that for covering the one surface of the main body where the display unit is located.
  6. The method according to claim 1,
    The distance between the support,
    Golf putting practice device, characterized in that the same as the size of the diameter of the shaft of the putter.
  7. The method according to claim 1,
    The shaft mounting portion,
    It is formed of silicon or rubber having a predetermined coefficient of friction and thickness, and is fixedly mounted to the shaft of the putter,
    Golf putting practice device, characterized in that to prevent slipping from the shaft of the putter.
  8. The method according to claim 1,
    The golf putting practice device,
    Further comprising: an elastic material connecting the support and the shaft mounting portion,
    Golf putting practice device, characterized in that to improve the fixing force of the shaft mounting portion by applying an elastic force to the shaft mounting portion through the elastic material.
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  10. The method according to claim 1,
    The angle of the putter head surface is calculated by calculating the difference between the angle of the putter head surface at the set-up position and when the putter head surface reaches the set-up position during downswing.
    The hitting is determined by detecting the amount of change in the angle of the putter head when putting,
    Golf putting practice apparatus, characterized in that the putting distance is estimated based on the angular velocity with respect to the head of the putter.
  11. Mounting a golf putting practice device on a shaft of the putter to set a putting practice mode and sensitivity;
    Detecting a putting operation;
    Generating analysis information according to the set putting practice mode and sensitivity; And
    And outputting the generated analysis information as a combination of a plurality of LEDs or as a graphic composed of a character, a figure, or a combination thereof.
    The putting practice mode, which is set using a mode switch, includes an angular practice mode, a fixed practice mode, and a distance practice mode,
    The sensitivity is to set the sensitivity for the set putting practice mode using the sensitivity switch, it can be set to any one of a plurality of steps divided according to the putting skill,
    The analysis information is based on the sensitivity set by the putter head according to the user's putting operation, the putting result indicating whether the hitting the golf ball to the center of gravity of the putter head and the putting result for the putting distance of the plurality of Golf putting practice method characterized in that by outputting the combination of the LED, the user can intuitively check his putting results.
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