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    Re: Best golf swing analyser/sensors?

    Quote Originally Posted by rksquire View Post
    I got the zepp and I've found it, mainly, incredibly useful. I have (had?) a slice and an over the top swing - whilst the data may not be accurate I trust it sufficiently to trust the data against itself if that makes sense. For example, the tempo it recommends is 3:1 - my swing would have been substantially quicker than that. The device has helped significantly in that I now know that a 3.3:1 swing tempo (read by the device) for me yields better physical results, albeit not necessarily a better zepp swing score. Also, mapping the hand and club head path has helped me come from inside out or just marginally outside - this is actually a big improvement.

    It has disadvantages of course - I have shanked / thinned / topped some shots and it's returned a great score which isn't good because the result was awful; but on analysis there was some good things in the swing (relative to other previous data)... club head speed, tempo, backswing and club plane - these these accumulated give me a good score, but for example hand plane was off.

    I can't comment on the other ones as haven't used them, but I've found zepp to be useful in that I have marked the numbers that have yielded good results, and in practice I can either see how to replicate these or what is going wrong.
    Go and get a lesson!

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    Re: Best golf swing analyser/sensors?

    Quote Originally Posted by drive4show View Post
    That is a hell of a lot to think about. Do you breathe in or out on your backswing?
    It's not really. Golfs full of numbers, planes, angles and stats - some people like them, some don't. I do.

    I find breathing helps when playing golf, and in life generally. The zepp add-in spirometer has really helped optimise this.

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    Re: Best golf swing analyser/sensors?

    Quote Originally Posted by rksquire View Post
    It's not really. Golfs full of numbers, planes, angles and stats - some people like them, some don't. I do.

    I find breathing helps when playing golf, and in life generally. The zepp add-in spirometer has really helped optimise this.
    OK fair enough. I prefer to stand there and just swing the club back and through without getting bogged down by technical stuff. Seems to work pretty well.

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    Re: Best golf swing analyser/sensors?

    Yes Ive found the same results with mine, especially with the tempo
    In My Bag: Driver: Cobra Amp Cell 9.5 Deg, Cobra Amp Cell 3 wood, Cobra Amp Cell 2 Hybrid, Mizuno MP5's 3-PW, Taylormade ZXT 52 and 58 Wedges, Scotty Newport FastbackCurrent HCAP - 6.6, aim to get to 4.5. Chester le Street Golf Club

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    Re: Best golf swing analyser/sensors?

    Good for you, not everyone is a natural...
    In My Bag: Driver: Cobra Amp Cell 9.5 Deg, Cobra Amp Cell 3 wood, Cobra Amp Cell 2 Hybrid, Mizuno MP5's 3-PW, Taylormade ZXT 52 and 58 Wedges, Scotty Newport FastbackCurrent HCAP - 6.6, aim to get to 4.5. Chester le Street Golf Club

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