ISSES 2019 "Golf and Woodball Athlete Development and Training"
fik.unesa.ac.id - Surabaya. The Faculty of Sport Science, Surabaya State University, held an International Seminar of Sport and Exercise Science (ISSES 2019) with the theme Golf and Woodball Athlete Development and Training. This international seminar was held on Monday (08/19/2019) in the Auditorium Room of the Rectorate Building Surabaya State University Lidah Wetan Surabaya starting at 08.00 am - 16.00 pm.
The event which was held at the Auditorium of the Unesa Rectorate was attended by 260 participants consisting of lecturers from 3 state and private universities throughout Indonesia, administrators and athletes from the Indonesian Golf Association of East Java and the Woodball Association of East Java, East Timor Sports Committee, Public Society, and Undergraduate Students especially new students 2019 the Faculty of Sport Science, Surabaya State University and Graduate students. The event was opened by Mr. Muchamad Arif Al Ardha, S.Pd., M.Ed as Head of the Organizing Committee of the 2019 International Seminar on Sport and Exercise Science (ISSES 2019).
The first international seminar material was presented by Prof. Drs. Toho Cholik Mutohir, MA. Ph.D as Former Director General and Deputy of the Ministry of Sports with the title "Long Term Athlete Development (LATD) : An Application of Sports Sciences & Technology). In his seminar, he said that the "Sport System" in Indonesia has not been well developed, even though Indonesia has the national law of 2005 on the "Sport System" is still traditionally applied, he continued that issues such as lack of training for the ratio of competition at the beginning of the year, competition that should be for adults charged to young athletes, training programs for male athletes instead used for female athletes, etc. it's still there.
After Prof. Toho Cholik delivered the seminar, on the same occasion, Prof. Chung Bing Yang (EMBA Associate professor, association director, Lions Club International manager) presented material on Golf and Woodball Training. He delivered a step by step technique in demonstrating the correct position of the body and hands in holding, swinging golf stick and woodball, so the ball can reach the target correctly. "The most important thing about golf is how to regulate how we stand", he said. Some people have a very straight position on their backs, but what is really needed is a slightly bent position when swinging a golf ball. In addition, in golf and woodball there are differences even though they look the same. The difference is the position of the hand grip when swinging between golf and woodball. In golf, to reach the main target of flying balls and there are no obstacles. Whereas the target woodball is rolling ball and there are many obstacles because the terrain is not the same shape.
In addition to Prof. Yang from Taiwan, there were 2 other presenters. They are Greg Wilson, Ph.D from ASCA with Strength & Condition for Golf Athlete material, and Matthew L. Blaylock, Ph.D with his material on Sport Psychology for Golf. (ARK/WNY).