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Tech Products to Improve your Golf Game – Global TV TechTalk July 13, 2015
Blast Golf Motion
A sport like golf requires a lot of precision in order to make the perfect shot – posture, speed, release time and angle all make a difference. Even the best golfers started as amateurs at one point and would have benefited from all the great devices available on the market today. Especially since it’s not easy to measure these without the help of technology. Blast Golf Replay is a sensor that can capture all that data for you. It syncs to an app on your phone so you can track your performance and improve your game.
Zepp Golf Analyzer
When practicing, golfers have to deal with many variables that they can’t change such as wind speed, wind direction and the angle of the ground. It’s not always easy to make sure that your swing is adapted to these conditions. Zepp Golf Analyzer is a small wearable tech device that can be leveraged by both professionals and amateurs. You simply attach the sensor to the back of your golf glove and go for your best swing. The Zepp Golf Analyzer will measure your performance and save the metrics.
Bracketron Swing N Click Kit
We introduced you to several great sensors you can use while playing golf. It would be a shame not to capture your improved performance! Sometimes to get the perfect swing you just need to see what you’re not doing right, that’s why Bracketron launched a cool kit called Swing N Click. It is especially designed for golf but of course you can use it for other sports such as baseball where you might need to improve your moves.
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