Golf can be a brute of a game. You can play for years, think you are really starting to master the game and one day it all falls apart and you are writing 12 somewhere on the card! there are no two ways about it, getting better is a never-ending process and you never really … Read more
I have always been wary of using a practice golf net. Outdoors, in the garden say, I am always a little concerned about hitting a driver or long iron straight through the netting and hearing that horrible shattering sound as it shoots through my neighbour’s window. And don’t even get me started on indoors! As someone who has known the occasional hosel rocket or two, especially when chipping, I just imagine a ball missing the net altogether and heading merrily towards the TV 🙁
Swingbyte 2: It’s Like Having a Golf Pro In Your Pocket
I remember as a young man going to the local driving range with my uncle. I can remember thinking to myself that this game is boring, and there’s nothing to it! Fast forward to today as I sit and watch golf pro, Dustin Johnson, battle to win the 2016 US Open by bombing shots off the tee, boring is no longer a word I would use to describe the game of golf. It is incredible how intricate the game is. There is so much that you need to consider both physically and mentally to have a successful golf game.
Whether you are new to golf, an avid golfer, or just an occasional putter, according to world-renowned golf pro-Jack Nicklaus, the most important factors for any player are confidence And consistency, especially in the area of the golf swing.
Any player that is serious about improving their game should be willing to practice the mechanics of the golf swing as much as possible. It is important to remember that the desire for success must be stronger than fear of failure. Practice makes perfect!
John Feinstein called golf “a good walk spoiled.” Feinstein here alludes to the ease with which a beautiful round of golf can descend into an afternoon of frustration and irritation. Nothing will spoil a good walk more than a bad round of golf. So, how can you ensure that your next round of golf won’t end up with you throwing your clubs into the river? Innumerable products are on the market all purporting to be the secret answer to one of sport’s greatest challenges: the golf swing. Most over-promise and make claims that no product alone could produce. But some are certainly helpful and useful for analyzing, learning, and practicing your swing to improve your techniques.
In this article, we’ll examine one such product: the Zepp Golf 3D Swing Analyzer. The Zepp Golf 2 3D Swing Analyzer was the winner for the “Best Swing and Game Analyzers” at Golf Digest in 2016 (http://www.golfdigest.com/story/best-golf-swing-and-game-analyzers). With this Zepp review, we’ll take a look at what this analyzer can offer you and help you decide whether this golf swing analyzer is right for you.