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Hey guys, I'm a student at UC San Diego. I've been golfing for years, and am constantly trying to improve my game. As I was golfing several months back, I was thinking about how much I love golf, and want to expand its reach to new golfers. I want each golfer to walk away from the game (or the range) feeling empowered, gratified, and relaxed, just the way I do when I get out and hit some shots. I want a product that's easy to use, so that it brings out the best in each golfer's game. I'm creating an app prototype that uses just the iPhone camera to analyze every part of your swing including your body and golf ball and give you instant feedback on how to improve. My goal is to ease the frustration that comes with golfers just getting into the game, maybe they’re not ready to see a coach or can’t afford a coach. I’m looking for about 20 golfers with iPhones to tell me about their experience with golfers, helping me out with the app. The best part is that you can test it out indoors. I built a dataset of over 10k golfers from amateur to pro and was able to find several different things that golfers have in common with their swing. I’m coming to MyGolfSpy, because I respect the community’s opinion and want to help more people fall in love with the game. I look forward to your feedback and hope to see you on green soon! Broderick
Just updated my apps and whaaaat - Again - what what? Need to test it out soon and see how it compares to the sensor! May even take 2 phones with me to the range to check both lol!
Gogolf posted a topic in Training Aids, GPS Devices, Apps, Accessories & More!Hi Everyone, I wanted to share an iPhone app I've been working on in my free time while holding down a tech job. For the longest time, I have been looking for something to help me take my game from the practice tee over to the golf course and when I realized most training aids were designed to be used on the range, I decided to build it something I could keep in my pocket in practice rounds. That's how concept for the GolfBeats app started. The app has vibrating cues to help golfers know when to start the next sequence. To use the app, I just open it before I tee off and make a few swings to make sure my swing is in rhythm, then head over to the first tee. If it's a practice round, then I'll keep the app running in my pocket and test out my swing under pressure. Sometimes I notice that my swing gets ahead of the vibrating cues because of the adrenaline/nervousness and the app helps me to be aware of this. Hoping for some feedback on the product and curious to know what you all think about it! Link to the GolfBeats app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/golfbeats/id1190230444?mt=8 (also included a driver swing I made today with GolfBeats) driver 01.12.mov