GolfSense Tips: Rick Smith on how to use GolfSense
30 Oct 2012
by AmateurGolf.com Staff

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GolfSense teacher Rick Smith offers tips on how to improve your consistency using the device and 3D analyzer:

Consistency: Use your GolfSense consistently for best results. GolfSense can be used at the driving range, during a round of golf and while making practice swings in your own backyard. With the option of turning the Impact Detection setting on or off, you can practice your swing and get feedback from your GolfSense just about anywhere.

Reviewing Data: Stopping to evaluate your data after each swing will keep you at the range far longer than needed. Break your practice up into segments – work on one particular aspect of your swing at a time – and record 5-10 swings before going back to review. You’ll save yourself time and be able to make adjustments for the next 5-10 swings.

Sync Your Data: Making lasting improvements to your golf swing does not happen overnight. It is important to track your progress over time for a sense of improvement. By using GolfSense’s Cloud Sync option, you will be able to review your history on your various mobile devices, enabling a larger view on your tablet. By sharing your account details with your coach, you’ll also be able to sync your data to their device, for their analysis.

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