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  1. I recently purchased the Voice Caddie sc100 launch monitor and I have to say, hitting with it is more productive and way more fun with it than I ever thought it would be. I was a little skeptical about its accuracy before purchasing it but after seeing the numbers it gave me versus what I know I hit my clubs, I was thoroughly impressed. Considering the price of this launch monitor at around $200 as compared to Trackman at 19 thousand or GC2 HMT at 13 thousand, it does a great job. It displays club head speed, ball speed, smash factor, and carry distance. It does not factor in temperature, pressure, wind, or any other environmental factors; it basically says "that ball would have gone X distance if the conditions were perfect". It is super portable (its the exact same size as my Samsung Galaxy S5) and fits in my golf bag no problem. I'm bringing this with me everywhere I go now. I like the "Target" mode it has where you pick the distance you are trying to hit and it scores you based on how close you came to hitting that distance. I'm not impressed with the "Random" mode mainly because it only gives a random distance under 100 yards. I was hoping it would at least go up to 150 or 175 yards, but I guess if you want to dial in your wedges, it is pretty cool. The only thing I think it's missing is an app so you can permanently store data from your sessions. It does show averages for each club, but only for either that current session or "All" (the last 100 shots). IMO if you want a cheap launch monitor that provides relatively accurate figures (within 2% of Trackman), give this one a try. You will not be dissapointed
  2. Swing Caddie SC100 Launch Monitor - Review Follow Up (By Voice Caddie) http://www.mygolfspy.com/swing-caddie-launch-monitor-review/ So with an additional month of time on the SC100 Personal Launch Monitor behind us, I thought I would follow up with some longer term observations and open it up for forum discussion. First Nidine and I no longer visit the range without the SC100, it is just too valuable a tool to leave at home. Case in point: NIdine has been hitting weak blocks to start the season which equated to nearly a loss of 10 yards per club. She could see this via the SC100 as well. During one of my lessons (also her pro) he was watching her swing and mentioned she wasn't firing her hips fast enough. Boom, she straightens out her shots and thanks to the on hand monitor she could instantly see feedback that verified she has regained those 10 yards. Big confidence builder when practicing. Driver tuning: I was having issues getting comfortable with the fitted SLDR and wanted to play with lofts. Yesterday I hit many a ball alternating between the fitted 10.5° and switching to 11°, I was able to stay at 11° and move to neutral weight which I find easier to hit. So awesome to have the numbers on hand to reinforce what my eyes were telling me that I wasn't losing yardage. Training: Nidine gets a ton of use out of the training modes. She already has improved her wedge control this early in the season because of the time spent on the hit the target distance modes. An issue: (minor) During initial testing I had an issue one of the days getting the SC100 to pick up pretty much any shot. Well this issue came and went over the next 10 range visits. I've finally been able to pin point the problem as it's been the common factor in all instances. When sunlight is behind the range and it casts broken up long shadows (as pictured below) it seems to throw off the radar sensor. From what we can tell the SC100 does a lot better in one consistent lighting situation. Solution has been to move the monitor closer.
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