KR20190078898A - Apparatus for golf putting practice - Google Patents

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KR20190078898A
KR20190078898A KR1020170180661A KR20170180661A KR20190078898A KR 20190078898 A KR20190078898 A KR 20190078898A KR 1020170180661 A KR1020170180661 A KR 1020170180661A KR 20170180661 A KR20170180661 A KR 20170180661A KR 20190078898 A KR20190078898 A KR 20190078898A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • A63BAPPARATUS FOR PHYSICAL TRAINING, GYMNASTICS, SWIMMING, CLIMBING, OR FENCING; BALL GAMES; TRAINING EQUIPMENT
    • A63B2102/00Application of clubs, bats, rackets or the like to the sporting activity ; particular sports involving the use of balls and clubs, bats, rackets, or the like
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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Abstract

The present invention relates to a golf putting practicing apparatus and, more specifically, to a golf putting practicing apparatus which is conveniently attached to a shaft of a golf putter and outputs analysis results of the angle of a putter head in the putting stroke, whether or not a golf ball hits the center of gravity of the head correctly, the putting distance or combinations thereof on a plurality of LEDs or LCDs provided on one surface of the golf putting practicing apparatus. Accordingly, a user can instantly recognize and correct problems about putting postures.

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[0001] APPARATUS FOR GOLF PUTTING PRACTICE [0002]

The present invention relates to a golf putting practice apparatus, and more particularly, to a golf putting practice apparatus which can be easily attached to a shaft of a golf putter, so that an angle of a putter head surface, Distance, or a combination thereof, to a plurality of LEDs or LCDs provided on one side of the golf putting practice apparatus, thereby allowing a user to instantly recognize and correct a problem with his / To a putting practice apparatus.

Modern society is faced with a transformation of the social worker circuit in a work-oriented society based on high economic growth. Due to these social phenomena, public interest in improving the quality of life has been increasing rapidly through various leisure activities such as golf.

Golf generally uses a variety of golf clubs, such as wood, iron, putter, etc., to strike golf balls located at specific locations such as tees, fairways, green, hazards, , Which is placed in a hole determined according to a plurality of courses, and refers to an athletic competition in which competitors compete with each other in terms of the number of bats required to be placed in the hole for each course on the basis of the prescribed number of bats given for each course.

Accordingly, the user intends to reduce the number of golf balls by practicing various techniques such as swing practice, a method of increasing the distance of a hit golf ball, and a method of escaping a hazard.

However, it is important to practice swing practice and other various techniques to reduce the number of balls, but putting a golf ball on the green area in the correct position and proper force to actually hit the hole will reduce the number of strokes It becomes a very important factor.

In order to perform accurate putting, when hitting a golf ball, the head surface of the putter must exactly match the running direction of the golf ball, and the golf ball must be hit accurately at the center of the head of the putter. In other words, it is very important to adjust the head surface of the putter with the correct posture. However, in the case of a professional such as a professional, it is possible to easily solve the problem of the golfer by grasping whether the golf ball rolls after the putt and accurately hit the head surface angle or the head center when hitting the golf ball. However, There is a problem that is very difficult to do.

To solve these problems, various products such as a putting exercise machine using a digital technology or a putting exercise machine using a laser technology have recently been developed and used.

The putting exerciser using the digital technique includes a plurality of sensors on a putting mat on which a golf ball is mounted, and calculates a distance to the ball based on sensing information collected from the sensor when the user performs putting, Etc., and outputs the calculated information through the display.

However, the conventional digital-based putting exerciser has a problem that it is necessary to always carry a large and heavy putting mat for putting practice. As a result, there is a disadvantage that it can only be used in a limited space provided with a putting mat, such as a home, a golf driving range, and the like.

Further, the putting exerciser using the laser mounts the laser generator in a clip form on the golf cap, and displays 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 .

Although the putting exerciser using the laser is mounted on a golf cap to overcome the space limitation to some extent, unlike the putting exerciser using the digital technology, the putting exerciser simply provides a putting line through a laser line projected on the ground, Down swing, and follow-up in accordance with the following. This does not provide information on the angle of the putter head and the exact hit at the center of gravity of the head at the time of putting, so that the user can not grasp the problem about his putting posture properly.

Therefore, in the present invention, the putter can be easily attached to and detached from the shaft, so that the user can perform putting practice regardless of places such as a golf course, a golf driving range or a home, So as to promptly recognize the problem of the user's putting operation by estimating the difference in the angle of the putter head surface of the golf ball, whether or not the golfer hit the golf ball accurately from the center of gravity of the head, And the like.

Next, a brief description will be given of the prior arts that exist in the technical field of the present invention, and technical matters which the present invention intends to differentiate from the prior arts will be described.

Korean Patent Laid-Open Publication No. 2006-0018725 (Mar. 2, 2006) relates to a golf club for detecting an impact point, and includes a center of the back of the head of the golf club, an impact sensor for sensing impact on the left and right sides, And detecting an impact point indicating a position at which the golf ball is hit at the moment of hitting the golf ball.

Although the prior art is somewhat similar to the present invention in that the swing posture of a user can be corrected through practice, the prior art provides only a hit position of the golf ball to the golf club head through a shock sensor In addition, since the impact sensor is provided integrally with a golf club, it is generally not necessary to use a golf club used in a golf game but a separate practice golf club must be provided.

On the other hand, the present invention is implemented so as to be easily attachable to and detachable from a shaft of a sporting putt, which is commonly used, and includes an angular velocity detecting sensor for detecting an angular velocity of more than three axes, And outputs information on the angle of the head surface, whether or not the golf ball is correctly hit with respect to the center of gravity of the head (whether or not the golf ball is hit), the putting distance, and the like through the LED on the basis of the collected sensing information , Allowing the user to visually and immediately recognize his or her putting problems, the prior art does not describe or suggest such a technical feature of the present invention.

Korean Patent Laid-Open Publication No. 2006-0034549 (Apr. 24, 2006) is related to a golf putting sensation practice device, and is a golf putting sensation exercise device which is combined with a head of a putter and includes a sliding member which is linearly moved in an anteroposterior direction And a housing having a height. When the user performs the putting practice using the putter, the moving distance of the putter head and the swing speed of the putter are indicated through the proximity sensor and the LED located on the upper surface of the housing, A golf putting sensation exercise device which allows the user to learn sensibly the width of the backswing suitable for the moving distance and to exercise the putter in a straight line orbit while the backswing is being moved and to exercise the golf ball in a square state in the downswing .

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

On the other hand, according to the present invention, it is possible to easily attach and detach the ball to the shaft of the putter, so that the putting practice can be performed anytime and anywhere irrespective of the place. In performing the putting operation of the user, the angle of the putter head, The present invention provides a technical configuration that enables a user to effectively correct his or her putting posture by detecting whether the head is shaken or not and providing information on the determined result through a plurality of LEDs. There is no description of the technical composition, and there is no mention of any implied or presumptive contents related to it, so the technical difference from the present invention is clear.

As described above, most of the prior art techniques are limited to the practice of golf practice only in a specific place, such as having a separate training golf club or being installed at a specific place such as a home or a golf driving range. The putting practice can be performed irrespective of the place by using the putter that has been used in the past, and the information about the angle of the putter head, the accuracy of putting, the putting distance, etc. according to the putting operation can be transmitted to the LED So that there is no technical feature that allows a user to easily grasp problems with his or her putting routine or posture.

The present invention has been made in order to solve the above-mentioned problems, and it is an object of the present invention to provide a golf putting machine which can be made compact with a size of a putter shaft or a size of a thumb nail to maximize portability, And to provide an exercise apparatus.

Further, according to the present invention, it is possible to easily attach and detach the golf club to a shaft of a putter without using a separate mounting member by using a magnet or a spring, and there is no need to provide a separate exercise golf club, Another object of the present invention is to provide a golf putting practice apparatus that can easily perform putting practice.

The golf putting practice device according to the present invention is a golf putting practice device which can prevent the golf putting practice device from slipping or moving in the direction of the head of a putter during a putting operation by using a material having a high friction coefficient, It is another object to provide a training apparatus.

The golf putting practice device according to the present invention further includes an elastic means having a certain elastic modulus of elasticity to be mounted on the putter shaft so that the golf putting practice device can be fixedly mounted on the putter shaft irrespective of the diameter of the putter shaft Another purpose is to do.

Further, the present invention provides various sensors such as a sensor for detecting angular speeds of three axes or more, a gyro sensor, etc., and provides analysis information on a putting operation to a user through a plurality of LEDs arranged on one surface of the golf putting practice apparatus, It is another object of the present invention to provide a golf putting practice apparatus which can instantly grasp a problem of the putting motion of the user.

In addition, when performing a putting practice by a user, the angle of the putter head at the time of golf ball striking and the angle of the putter head at the set point of time are compared with each other, and information about the difference is displayed through the LED, It is another object of the present invention to provide a golf putting practice apparatus which enables a user to grasp a problem such as a wrist twist during a putting operation and correct the problem.

Further, the present invention detects the shaking of the putter head at the time of putting and displays whether the golfer hit the golf ball accurately from the center of gravity of the putter head through the LED, thereby enabling the user to instantly recognize whether or not the golf ball is calm It is another object to provide a golf putting practice device.

It is another object of the present invention to provide a golf putting practice apparatus which can perform putting with an appropriate force according to a moving distance of a golf ball by estimating a putting distance and displaying the putting distance through an LED.

It is a further object of the present invention to provide a golf putting practice device that enables a practitioner and a beginner to perform putting practice through a sensitivity setting function.

The present invention relates to a golf putting practice apparatus which is mounted on a shaft of a putter according to an embodiment of the present invention to perform a putting practice, A switch part including at least one switch, a display part formed on one surface of the main body and outputting analysis information on a putting result, a transparent window or a translucent window covering the display part, at least one And a shaft mounting portion fixedly mounted on the shaft of the putter, wherein the shaft mounting portion is formed along the inner surface of the support, and the display portion is formed of a plurality of LEDs or LCDs.

The switch unit may further include a mode switch for setting a putting practice mode including an angle practice mode, a rectification practice mode and a distance practice mode, a sensitivity switch for setting sensitivity for the putting practice mode, Wherein the angle practice mode is a mode for confirming the angle of the putter head face when putting, the rectifying practice mode is a mode for confirming whether or not the putting is done, and the distance practice mode is for checking the putting distance Is a mode for carrying out the present invention.

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

The display unit may further include a sensing sensor for sensing an amount of light and adaptively adjusting the brightness of the plurality of LEDs and the LCD according to the brightness of ambient light to output the analysis information.

The transparent window or the semi-transparent window may be combined with the main body at an upper portion of the display portion to cover one surface of the main body in which the display portion is located.

And the distance between the supports disposed on both sides of the lower portion of the main body is equal to the size of the diameter of the specific shaft.

Further, the shaft mounting portion is formed of silicon or rubber having a certain coefficient of friction and thickness, and is fixedly mounted on the shaft of the putter, and is prevented from slipping from the shaft of the putter.

In addition, the golf putting practice device may further include an elastic material for connecting the supporter and the shaft mounting portion, and an elastic force is applied to the shaft mounting portion through the elastic material, thereby enhancing the fixing force of the shaft mounting portion.

The analysis information may include an angle of a putter head surface during a putting operation, whether or not the beating head is fixed, and a putting distance, and may be output through the display unit or sequentially output according to the set putting practice mode.

The angle of the putter head surface is calculated by calculating the angle of the putter head surface at the set-up position and the difference when the putter head surface reaches the set-up position during the downswing, And the putting distance is estimated based on the angular velocity of the putter with respect to the head.

In addition, a golf putting practice method according to an embodiment of the present invention includes the steps of setting a putting practice mode and sensitivity by mounting a golf putting practice device on a shaft of a putter, sensing a putting operation, Generating analysis information according to sensitivity, and outputting the generated analysis information in a combination of a plurality of LEDs or outputting a graphic composed of a character, a graphic, or a combination thereof.

As described above, according to the golf putting practice apparatus of the present invention, it is possible to easily attach and detach the golf putter to the shaft of the putter, so that it is not necessary to provide a separate exercise golf club, It has the effect of being able to perform putting practice anywhere.

The present invention also provides a method and apparatus for promptly grasping and correcting problems of a user's putting operation by outputting information such as an angle of the putter head surface, whether the putter head is flat, a putting distance, etc., through the LED when the user performs the putting practice It is effective.

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

Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of a golf putting practice apparatus according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. Like reference symbols in the drawings denote like elements. Furthermore, specific structural and functional descriptions for embodiments of the present invention are presented for the purpose of describing an embodiment of the present invention only, and, unless otherwise defined, all terms used herein, including technical or scientific terms Have the same meaning as commonly understood by those of ordinary skill in the art to which the present invention belongs. Terms such as those defined in commonly used dictionaries are to be interpreted as having a meaning consistent with the contextual meaning of the related art and are to be interpreted as ideal or overly formal in the sense of the art unless explicitly defined herein .

1 is a conceptual diagram for schematically explaining 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 an apparatus that provides analysis information according to a putting result to a user in performing putting practice or field putting, The putter 300 is easily attached to and detached from the shaft 310 of the putter 300 so that the putting practice can be performed anytime and anywhere such as home, golf driving range, field,

In addition, the golf putting practice apparatus 10 is preferably mounted at the center or the upper portion of the shaft 310 of the golf putter 300, and does not interfere with the user's gazing of the golf ball when putting, The size of the shaft 310 or the size of the thumb nail of an ordinary adult is maximized.

The golf putting practice apparatus 10 may be configured to apply a magnet or an elastic material to the putter 300 so that the weight of the putter 300 relative to the shaft 310 (generally, the diameter of the shaft 310 is 6 mm to 14 mm) As shown in Fig.

In addition, in the golf putting practice apparatus 10, the portion mounted on the shaft 310 is made of a material such as silicone or rubber having a certain coefficient of friction. Accordingly, when the user performs the putting, centrifugal force can prevent the golf putting practice apparatus 10 from slipping or rotating to the header 320 portion of the putter 300.

On the other hand, in the case of putting, since a swing or a force is used with a very small width unlike a tee shot in order to send a golf ball to a remote place with a large swing width or force, a material such as silicone or rubber having a certain- It is possible to prevent the exercising apparatus 10 from slipping or rotating.

In addition, the golf putting practice apparatus 10 is equipped with an angular velocity detection sensor and a gyro sensor, and also includes an analysis module (shown in FIG. 7) for analyzing a putting result, Information on the putting operation is derived based on the information of the putting operation and the extracted analysis information is outputted by using a plurality of LEDs so that the user can visually and immediately recognize a problem with his putting operation. The analysis module will be described in detail with reference to FIG.

Further, it is preferable that the golf putting practice apparatus 10 is mounted on the shaft 310 in a direction in which the user's eyes are located (i.e., a direction in which the handle of the golf putter 300 is positioned). However, the present invention is not limited thereto, and the plurality of LEDs may be provided on one side of the golf putting practice apparatus 10.

The analysis information includes an angle of a face of the head 320 striking a golf ball during putting, whether the golf ball is stuck or not, and a putting distance, and the analysis information is displayed by the LED according to the putting practice mode selected by the user.

The putting practice mode includes an angle practice mode, a net practice mode, and a distance practice mode. The angled practice mode indicates the angle of the golf putter 300 with respect to the head 320 when hitting the golf ball at the time of putting, , And the distance exercise mode estimates and displays the putting distance. The putting practice mode will be described in detail with reference to FIG.

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

In addition, the golf putting practice apparatus 10 provides a sensitivity adjusting function, and an expert or a novice can practice the golf putting practice using the golf putting practice apparatus 10 according to the adjusted sensitivity.

That is, the sensitivity may be set to 1 to 5, and in the case of an expert, the sensitivity may be set to 1 to determine whether or not an accurate putting operation is performed according to an angle of the head 320 or a sate of a predetermined size . For example, when an expert wants to sensitively apply the angle (320) or the sagging of the head according to his or her skill, the sensitivity can be set in five steps and the putting practice can be performed. Accordingly, the golf putting practice apparatus 10 determines that the golf putting practice apparatus 10 is not an accurate putting operation when a predetermined angle (for example, 1 degree) is deviated according to the sensitivity of the head 320, can do.

As described above, the golf putting practice apparatus 10 can be easily attached to and detached from the shaft 310 of a generally used putter 300, and can be easily used by an expert or a beginner depending on the sensitivity setting function and the putting practice mode have. In addition, the golf putting practice apparatus 10 provides analysis information on the putting result to the user through the LED according to the putting practice mode, so that the user can grasp the problem about the putting operation immediately and correct the problem .

However, the present invention is not limited thereto. By manipulating a plurality of switches (not shown) included in the golf putting practice apparatus 10, the analysis information may be provided to the head 320, and the analysis information on the putting distance.

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

2, the golf putting practice apparatus 10 according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a main body 100 for performing putting practice and providing analysis information on the putting practice performed, And a mounting portion 200 for mounting the putting practice apparatus 10 to the shaft 310 of the putter 300. [

The main body 100 and the mounting portion 200 may be integrally formed or the main body 100 and the mounting portion 200 may be separately manufactured and coupled with various joining members such as screws.

2, the shape of the main body 100 is shown as a rectangular parallelepiped, but the present invention is not limited thereto and may be embodied in various shapes such as a rhombus, a cylindrical shape, a cube, and the like.

In addition, the main body 100 may include various sensors such as an angular velocity detection sensor (not shown), a gyro sensor (not shown), and the like. When the user performs the putting practice, , Generates analysis information according to the putting result, and outputs the generated analysis information through the LED.

The main body 100 further includes a switch unit 110 including at least one switch for operating the golf putting practice apparatus 10, a transparent unit 110 for protecting the LED from the external environment, Window or translucent window (130).

The switch unit 110 is formed on one surface of the main body 100 and includes a power switch for driving the golf putting practice apparatus 10, a mode switch for selecting a putting practice mode, and a sensitivity switch for setting sensitivity .

Accordingly, the user can drive the golf putting practice apparatus 10 through the power switch, and perform the putting practice according to the angle practice mode, the rectification practice mode or the distance practice mode by operating the mode switch. Also, the user can perform the putting practice according to his or her putting skill by operating the sensitivity switch to set the sensitivity for the putting practice mode.

In addition, the translucent window 130 is for covering the display unit 120 formed of a plurality of LEDs provided on one surface of the golf putting practice apparatus 10, and it is possible to prevent the LED from being damaged due to physical force or other factors And is coupled to the golf putting practice apparatus 10 at an upper portion of the display unit 120 in order to prevent the golf putting practice apparatus. Accordingly, the user can confirm the display unit 120 through the transparent window or the translucent window 130. Here, a transparent window refers to a window through which light can pass, and a translucent window is made slightly cloudier than a transparent window. In the present invention, the degree of transparency, whether a transparent window or a semitransparent window, can be applied differently according to the preference of the user, and the degree of transparency is not limited.

The mounting portion 210 includes a shaft mounting portion 220 that directly engages with the shaft 320 and a support 210 that supports the shaft mounting portion 220.

In addition, at least one of the supports 210 is provided on both sides of the lower portion of the main body 100 with a gap of a diameter of the shaft 320 to support the shaft mounting portion 220. Further, the shaft mounting portions 220 are respectively located on the inner side surfaces of the support rods 210.

The shaft 210 may be configured such that the shaft 210 is spaced apart from the shaft 320 by a predetermined distance, Of course. The supporting table 210 and the shaft mounting unit 220 will be described in detail with reference to FIG.

The golf putting practice apparatus 10 including the main body 100 and the mounting portion 220 is made of a material resistant to external impact such as reinforced plastics, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) .

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

As shown in FIG. 3, a switch unit 110 composed of at least one switch may be positioned above the body 100 constituting the golf putting practice apparatus 10. However, the switch unit 110 may be located on one side of the main body 100, but the present invention is not limited thereto. The switch unit 110 may be disposed on one side of the main body 100 It is natural to be able to.

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

The power switch is protruded from a lower portion of the body 100 so that when the golf putting practice apparatus 10 is mounted on the shaft 310 and the power switch is pressed into the body 100, And a locker switch for allowing the golf putting practice apparatus 10 to be supplied to the golf putting practice apparatus 10. At this time, when the golf putting practice apparatus 10 is detached from the shaft 310, the power switch that is pushed into the inside of the golf putting practice apparatus 10 returns to its original position so that the power can be cut off.

In addition, the main body 100 further includes at least one LED corresponding to each of the switches, so that the on / off state of the power, the putting practice mode selected by the user, the sensitivity set by the user, Can be implemented.

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

The main body 100 of the golf putting practice apparatus 10 according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a display unit 120 and a display unit 120 provided on one surface of the main body 100, And a translucent window or a translucent window 130 that covers the translucent window.

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

The first row can also consist of a red LED, and the second row can consist of a blue LED.

Meanwhile, the display unit 120 may include an LCD. At this time, the display unit 120 may output analysis information on the putting result in the form of a graphic including characters, graphics, or a combination thereof through the LCD .

In addition, the display unit 120 may include a sensing sensor for sensing the amount of ambient light, and the brightness of the LED and the LCD may be adaptively adjusted according to the brightness of ambient light, can do.

The transparent window 130 or the translucent window 130 may be formed integrally with the main body 100 or may be integrally formed with the main body 100 through various joining members such as a hinge, And can be coupled with the main body 100.

In addition, when the visibility of the LED is deteriorated due to dust or other foreign matter, the transparent window or translucent window 130 is separated from the main body 100 by the transparent window or translucent window 130, The transparent window or translucent window 130 can be replaced with a new transparent window or translucent window 130 when the transparent window or the translucent window 130 is severely scratched .

The mounting portion 200 integrally formed with the main body 100 or separately manufactured and coupled to the main body 100 includes a support 210 formed on both sides of the lower portion of the main body 100, And a shaft mounting portion 220 for fixing the shaft 10 to the shaft 320.

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

That is, the shaft mounting part 220 is made of a specific material having a certain friction coefficient and elasticity, so that it is possible to prevent the golf putter practice device 10 from sliding or rotating from the movement of the putter 300 And can be fixedly mounted at a specific position of the shaft 320.

The mounting portion 200 may further include an elastic material such as a spring between the support 210 and the shaft mounting portion 220. Accordingly, the mounting portion 220 provides an elastic force to the shaft mounting portion 220 through the elastic material, so that the golf putting practice device 10 can be fixedly mounted on the shaft 320 more firmly.

Hereinafter, the configuration of the golf putting practice apparatus will be described with reference to FIG. 5 and FIG.

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

5, the supporting posts 210 provided on the mounting portion 200 of the golf putting practice apparatus 10 are formed on both sides of the lower portion of the main body 100 in the longitudinal direction of the main body 100 And the spacing between the supports 210 located on both sides is the same as the diameter of the shaft 320.

The support base 210 may be formed on both sides of the lower portion of the main body 100 as one support 210 having the same size as the width of the main body 100, And three or more portions may be respectively formed on both sides of the lower portion of the main body 100.

In FIG. 5, the support table 210 is shown in a rectangular shape, but it is not limited thereto, and various shapes such as a streamlined shape can be realized.

6, a battery charging connector for charging a battery is provided on one surface of the main body 100, so that when the user does not use the golf putting practice apparatus 10, By connecting the cable, a battery for supplying power for driving the golf putting practice apparatus 10 can be charged.

The battery putting practice apparatus 10 includes various rechargeable batteries such as a CR1220 (lithium battery) and can receive power from the battery.

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

7, the putting result analysis module 140 mounted on the golf putting practice apparatus includes a mode setting section 141 for setting a putting practice mode, a sensitivity setting section 142 for setting a sensitivity according to the skill of the user, A sensing information collecting unit 143 for collecting sensing information from sensors such as an angular velocity sensor and a gyro sensor, a putting motion sensing unit 144 for sensing a user's putting motion, a putting result analyzing unit for analyzing the putting result of the user And a controller 147 for performing overall control of the putting result analysis module 140 by outputting analysis information to the display unit 120 on the analyzed putting result .

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

In addition, the putting practice mode set by the user can be displayed through the display unit 120 so that the user can recognize the putting practice mode. For example, when the mode switch is operated once, the angle exercise mode is set, and one blue LED of the display unit 120 is wiped out for a predetermined time to recognize that the angle practice mode is set. In the same manner, 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.

Also, the sensitivity setting unit 142 sets the sensitivity for each of the putting practice modes according to the skill of the user based on the operation of the user's sensitivity switch.

Further, the sensitivity is set so as to increase by one step each time the user operates the sensitivity switch, and is again set to the one-step sensitivity when the sensitivity switch is operated in the final step (e.g., step 5). In addition, the sensitivity setting unit 142 sequentially illuminates red LEDs for each of the steps through the controller 147 to recognize the currently set sensitivity. That is, when the user operates the sensitivity switch 3 times, a total of three red LEDs are sequentially turned on.

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

The golf putting practice apparatus 10 includes an angular velocity detection sensor and a gyro sensor for detecting angular velocities of at least one or more than three axes. The sensing information collection unit 143 receives the user's putting- The sensing information on the acceleration, the angular velocity, and the X-axis, the Y-axis, and the Z-axis of the set-up, the backswing, and the downswing during operation are collected and analysis of the putting operation result is performed based on the collected sensing information.

Also, the putting motion sensing unit 144 confirms the putting operation of the user. That is, when the user performs the putting practice, the putting motion sensing unit 144 senses a user's putting operation by sequentially sensing a series of operations such as a setup, a backswing, and a downswing.

In the case of the setup, if the putting motion detection unit 144 does not move within the critical range for a preset time based on the sensing information measured from the gyro sensor, the putting motion sensing unit 144 regards it 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 sensing unit 144 is initialized.

Next, the putting motion sensing unit 144 senses, via the sensing information of the gyro sensor, the y axis of the gyro sensor is +4 degrees (that is, the direction opposite to the traveling direction of the golf ball) It is determined that the backswing has been started. If it is determined that the y-axis of the gyro sensor has decreased or stopped for more than a predetermined time (for example, 0.1 second), it is determined that the backswing is finished.

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

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

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

In addition, in the course of sensing the putting operation of the user, the putting motion sensing unit 144 may detect that the movement of the putter 300 does not proceed in a predetermined swing order, or when the sensing information is out of a preset threshold value for each swing state And the putting motion detecting unit 144 is initialized.

For example, if there is a sudden change in acceleration during the swing of the putter through the acceleration sensor, it is determined that the object has collided with another object, and it can be determined as an abnormal state. Also, since the X axis of the gyro sensor is a value that appears when the putter 300 is pushed toward the front of the user or pulled toward the user, it is theoretically a value that hardly changes since the setup, so that the change of the X- If the predetermined threshold value is exceeded, it can be judged as an abnormal state. Further, if the change of the y-axis of the gyro sensor moves more than 4 degrees in the target direction in the set-up state, it can be judged as an abnormal state. In other words, it means that you hit the ball immediately in the setup, so it must be reset. Also, the Z axis of the gyro sensor is a value that appears when the user rotates the putter 300 by hand, and can be determined as abnormal if the change of the Z axis is greater than the angle of the Y axis or 3 degrees.

In addition, the putting result analyzing 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. The user performs putting practice in the angle practice mode In other words, when the user performs the putting practice in the net practice mode, the angle calculating unit 1451 calculates an angle of the putter head surface when the golf ball is struck by the golf ball, And a putting distance estimating unit 1453 for estimating the putting distance when the user performs the putting practice in the distance practice mode.

The angle calculator 1451 can recognize how precisely the golfer hits the golf ball at the correct angle. The angle of the head surface of the putter 300 at the time of setup and the head surface of the putter 300 at the downswing The difference of the angles of the head faces of the putter 300 when it is brought to the set-up position is calculated and the difference of the calculated angles can be displayed through the display unit 120.

Further, the angle calculating unit 1451 measures the Z axis angle of the gyro sensor at the time of setup (at this time, the angle of the Z axis becomes 0), measures the Z axis angle of the gyro sensor at the point of time when the downswing ends, And calculates an angle with respect to the head surface of the putter 300 when the golf ball is hit by calculating a difference with respect to the Z axis angle of the gyro sensor at the time of setup. If the difference value is positive, it means that the head surface of the putter 300 is opened in a direction opposite to the user. If the difference value is negative, Head face  It means that it is closed in the direction of the user. Accordingly, when the difference value is +4, Head face  It means that the golfer hits the golf ball in a state where the golfer is off by 4 degrees or more in the direction opposite to the user.

The angle calculator 1451 may display the calculated angle of the putter 300 with respect to the head surface through the display unit 120. For example, if the calculated angle is +4, the leftmost LED among the red LEDs is turned on for a predetermined time (this means + angle, conversely, when the rightmost LED is lit-means angle) The above-mentioned 4 can 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 be set to indicate 1, and the rightmost blue LED is set to indicate 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. Accordingly, when the fourth blue LED is lit, the number 4 can be displayed. If it indicates 19, the rightmost LED among the red LEDs may be turned on and 19 may be indicated by simultaneously lighting the fourth and fifth blue LEDs.

The maturity determining unit 1452 determines whether or not the golfer 300 accurately hit the golf ball at the center of gravity of the putter 300 head 320, The smudge determination unit 1542 can determine whether the smudge is caused by the swing of the putter head 300 after hitting the golf ball.

In other words, as the user hits the center of the putter head 320, the putter head 320 will not swing more and the swing of the putter head 320 will become more severe as the hit point moves toward the edge.

Accordingly, after the downswing ends (that is, after hitting the golf ball), the determination unit 1452 measures the amount of change with respect to the Z-axis angle of the gyro sensor, and if the amount of change is less than a predetermined threshold value It is determined that the golf ball is not hit accurately at the center of gravity of the putter head 320 and information about the golf ball is output through the display unit 120. [

For example, if the golf ball is not correctly struck at the center of gravity of the putter head 320, the red LED may be lit. If the golf ball is correctly struck at the center of gravity of the putter head 320, can do.

Also, the putting distance estimating unit 1453 estimates a distance (i.e., a putting distance) between the golf balls according to the putting result performed by the user, and provides the estimated distance to the user. The swinging distance estimating unit 1453 senses the swing speed suited to the putting distance .

 When the putting operation of the user is completed, the putting distance estimating unit 1453 calculates the putting distance based on the angular velocity of the head 320 of the putter measured during the downswing collected through the sensing information collecting unit 143 , And outputs the estimated putting distance through the display unit 120. [ At this time, the putting distance estimating unit 1453 may estimate the distance the ball moves based on the angular velocity of the putter head 320 measured up to the setup point when the downswing is performed after performing the backswing after the setup. That is, the putting distance can be measured only by the speed up to just before the ball is hit.

Meanwhile, the memory 146 may store a mapping table in which the angular velocity of the putter head 320 and the putting distance of the angular velocity are mapped to each other. At this time, the putting distance estimating unit 1453 estimates the putting distance, It is possible to estimate the putting distance according to the user's putting result by extracting the putting distance with respect to the corresponding angular velocity with reference to the mapping table based on the angular velocity of the user.

Also, the putting distance may be output as a combination of a plurality of LEDs through the same process as described in the angle calculating unit 1451. [

In addition, the controller 147 controls the golf putting practice apparatus 10 such as driving each constituent part of the golf putting practice apparatus 10, data movement between the respective constituent parts, and the like.

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

8, a procedure for performing a golf putting practice using a golf putting practice apparatus 10 according to an embodiment of the present invention is as follows. First, a user places the golf putting practice apparatus 10 on a golf putter 300 And sets a desired golf putting practice mode and sensitivity by the user (S110).

The putting practice mode includes an angle practice mode in which the putter head 320 practically exercises so as to hit the golf ball by accurately maintaining the angle of the putter head 320, a practice exercise to accurately hit the golf ball from the center of gravity of the putter head 320 And a distance exercise mode in which the putting distance can be learned sensibly according to the swing speed and the static practice mode.

In addition, the sensitivity can be set according to the putting skill of the user, and it is possible to set the sensitivity of the putt head 320 with respect to the angle or the accuracy of the puttting operation so as to determine whether the puttting operation is correct according to the set sensitivity will be. That is, in the case of a beginner, the sensitivity is set to be low, so that the golf putting practice apparatus 10 can recognize the golf putting practice device 10 as an accurate putting operation even if the angle of the putt head 320 deviates from a predetermined size or more.

Next, when the golf putting practice apparatus 10 senses the putting operation of the user (S120), the golf putting practice apparatus 10 analyzes the putting result according to the putting practice mode set by the user (S130) Information is output through the display unit 120 (S140).

The golf putting practice apparatus 10 detects a putting operation by determining that the user has performed a putting operation when sequentially detecting a sequence including a set-up, a backswing, and a downswing.

If the golf putting practice apparatus 10 senses an abnormal state in the course of sensing the putting operation, the golf putting practice apparatus 10 is initialized. When the user again performs the putting practice mode and the sensitivity setting, Allows you to practice.

In addition, the analysis information includes an angle of the putter head surface 320 at the time of hitting the golf ball, whether the golf ball is stitched or not, and a putting distance, and the golf putting practice apparatus 10 Or outputting the angle of the putter head surface 320, whether or not the putter head is flat and the putting distance, in sequence.

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 constituted by an LCD, the analysis information may be output as a graph composed of characters, graphs, or a combination thereof.

Next, when the new putting practice is performed (S150), the golf putting practice apparatus 10 is initialized, and the putting practice mode and the sensitivity are newly set, or in the existing putting practice mode and sensitivity, To perform putting exercises.

As described above, the golf putting practice apparatus 10 according to an embodiment of the present invention can be easily attached to and detached from a generally used putter 300, There is an effect that the putting practice can be performed at any place such as a driving range, a field, and the like.

In addition, the golf putting practice apparatus 10 according to an embodiment of the present invention outputs analytical information according to a putting result through a plurality of LEDs, thereby visually and promptly grasping a problem of a user's putting operation, The problem can be easily corrected.

While the present invention has been particularly shown and described with reference to exemplary embodiments thereof, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited to the disclosed exemplary embodiments. .

While the present invention has been particularly shown and described with reference to exemplary embodiments thereof, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited to the disclosed exemplary embodiments, but, on the contrary, It will be understood by those skilled in the art that various changes and modifications may be made without departing from the spirit and scope of the present invention.

While the present invention has been particularly shown and described with reference to exemplary embodiments thereof, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited to the disclosed embodiments, but, on the contrary, I will understand the point. Accordingly, the technical scope of the present invention should be determined by the following claims.

10: Golf putting exercise device
100: main body 110: switch section
120: Display 130: Transparent window or translucent window
140: putting result analysis module 141: mode setting section
142: Sensitivity setting unit 143: Sensing information collecting unit
144: Putting motion detection unit 145: Putting result analysis unit
1451: angle calculating section 1452:
1453: Putting distance estimating unit 146: Memory
200: mounting part 210: support
220: shaft mounting part 300: golf putter
310: shaft 320: head

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  1. A golf putting practice apparatus which is mounted on a shaft of a putter to perform a putting practice,
    A switch part formed on one surface of the body of the golf putting practice device and including at least one switch for operating the golf putting practice device;
    A display unit formed on one surface of the main body and outputting analysis information on a putting result;
    A transparent window or a translucent window covering the display unit;
    At least one support base formed on each of both lower sides of the main body; And
    And a shaft mounting portion formed along the inner surface of the support and fixedly mounted on the shaft of the putter,
    Wherein the display unit comprises a plurality of LEDs or LCDs.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein,
    A mode switch for setting a putting practice mode including an angle practice mode, a nettening practice mode and a distance practice mode;
    A sensitivity switch for setting sensitivity for the putting practice mode; And
    And a power switch for driving the golf putting practice apparatus,
    The angle practice mode is a mode for confirming the angle of the putter head surface when putting. The static practice mode is a mode for confirming whether or not the putter is to be pitched, and the distance practice mode is a mode for confirming the putting distance Golf putting practice device.
  3. The method according to claim 1,
    The display unit includes:
    Wherein the analysis information is output as a combination of a plurality of LEDs or is outputted as a graphic including characters, graphics, or a combination thereof through an LCD.
  4. The method of claim 3,
    The display unit includes:
    And a sensing sensor for sensing an amount of light,
    Wherein the controller is adapted to adaptively adjust the brightness of the plurality of LEDs and the LCD according to the brightness of ambient light to output the analysis information.
  5. The method according to claim 1,
    The transparent window or the translucent window may be a transparent window,
    Wherein the golf putting exercise device is configured to cover one surface of the main body, which is coupled with the main body and is located on the display unit, on which the display unit is located.
  6. The method according to claim 1,
    And the distance between the supports positioned on both sides of the lower portion of the main body is equal to the size of the diameter of the specific shaft.
  7. The method according to claim 1,
    The shaft mounting portion
    Is formed of silicon or rubber having a certain coefficient of friction and thickness and fixedly mounted on the shaft of the putter to prevent it from sliding off the shaft of the putter.
  8. The method of claim 7,
    The golf putting practice apparatus includes:
    And an elastic material connecting the support and the shaft mount,
    And an elastic force is applied to the shaft mounting portion through the elastic material to improve the fixing force of the shaft mounting portion.
  9. The method of claim 2,
    The analysis information includes:
    The angle of the putter head surface, the accuracy of putting, and the putting distance when putting,
    And the golf putting exercise device is output through the display unit or sequentially outputted according to the set putting practice mode.
  10. The method of claim 9,
    Wherein the angle of the putter head surface is calculated by calculating an angle of the putter head surface at the set-up position and a difference when the putter head surface reaches the set-up position during the downswing,
    The correcting of the putter is determined by detecting an amount of change in the angle of the putter head surface at the time of putting,
    Wherein the putting distance is estimated based on the angular velocity of the putter with respect to the head.
  11. Setting a putting practice mode and a sensitivity by mounting a golf putting practice device on a shaft of a putter;
    Sensing a putting motion;
    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 outputting a graphic composed of characters, graphics, or a combination thereof.
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