Stoke Park's BiomecaSwing Studio is the first of its kind in the UK

Stoke Park opens UK’s first BiomecaSwing Studio

Stoke Park has opened a new hi-tech coaching studio as the Buckinghamshire-based club continues to carry out a major renovation of its golfing facilities following its temporary closure in 2021 under new owners.

The refurbished coaching facility has been redeveloped as a BiomecaSwing Studio and contains technology unique to Stoke Park in the UK.

The studio is the first venue in this country to feature BiomecaForce 3D AI Force Plates. Designed by biomechanics expert JJ Rivet, the force plates enable Stoke Park’s coaching team to capture kinetic and kinematic data to better understand a golfer’s swing signature. This information is vital to get to the correct swing diagnosis quickly and help the golfer to fulfil their potential.

The newly refurbished BiomecaSwing Studio also includes TrackMan 4, the doppler radar system which can be used indoors and outdoors to track the flight of the ball and measure club data at the point of impact. When used indoors in the swing studio it can also be used to play hundreds of courses in its simulator application.

Stuart Collier, Stoke Park’s Director of Golf, commented: ‘This new technology enables us to offer a special and unique coaching experience for all golfers, with individual coaching programmes available for beginners right the way through to professionals.”

The BiomecaSwing Studio is open to the public and can be booked directly by emailing Chris Murtagh, Stoke Park’s Head of Instruction, on [email protected].