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Been following this company for a year or so and saw this video. I'm not generally a fan of swing gadgets but this look like it has a few good features. Has anyone else had any experience of it?
Reply : Mon 18th Feb 2013 14:20
Hopefully myself and/or Owen will be testing soon.
There is another similar post on affordable trackman which lists some of the other products, all due to be reviews on Golfshake very soon >>>>>
Reply : Tue 19th Feb 2013 05:09
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Reply : Tue 19th Feb 2013 08:24
Got to admit, this looks quite good. I'm sure it will never, ever replace a quality coach, but as long as they continue to update the software and the coaching drills it could be quite good
I hope its not stupid money though.
Reply : Tue 19th Feb 2013 08:42
I read on a blog somewhere that it was initially being priced at $199 + shipping in the states.
So maybe around the £150 mark over here when released?
Sadly no good for me as I don't have a smartphone
Reply : Tue 19th Feb 2013 08:45
Bloody hell, £150, that's stupid money. I could get nearly 10 lessons with my pro for that. I'd have paid about £50 for one.
Ah well, is there a cheaper alternative in the app store? I wonder.
Reply : Tue 19th Feb 2013 08:48
Its only a guess Chris based on $199 in the states if that is correct.
Reviews were mixed with some saying another type of product was better until the glitches on Skypro are dealt with.
Be interesting to see what Darren thinks when he gets to test it in the near future
Reply : Tue 19th Feb 2013 08:52
Found a link, that quotes the $199
Reply : Tue 19th Feb 2013 08:54
Darren will have to let me test it for him Thanks for the link.
Reply : Tue 19th Feb 2013 13:34
Just got the SwingSmart to test Chris. Currently charging up for a full test on the range tomorrow
Reply : Tue 19th Feb 2013 18:08
That looks fantastic. Let us know how you get on.
Reply : Thu 21st Feb 2013 21:33
There has been some interesting discussion on the skypro over at golfmagic. One of our lead developers even chimes in:
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