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Great thread. I really enjoyed reading the posts and the different ways you could record your swing.

Some really imaginative people in this group.


What's in my Mizuno BR-D2 bag

OFFICIAL TESTER FOR THE PING i500 CLUBS.

Currently playing Ping i500 w/ Alta CB graphite shafts 

  :mizuno-small: MP 25 - fitted w/ Project X shafts - stiff

  :titelist-small: 60  / 56  :mizuno-small: 52

  :titelist-small: 910 D2 driver - 9.5 degree -fitted13   F 3 wood 13.5 deg   :nike-small: CPR 3 hybrid

:nike-small: Method mallet

Dexterity:

I shoot left-handed so no one can ask me "Hey, can I try that club?" 

Twitter @GolfingHat      Instagram  @Mizunostixgolfnut

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I have my 8 year old daughter record for me, the play by play she says is priceless. I use the Hudl Technique app. Has a great slow motion and you can draw in lines for swing plane etc.

 

 

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I've never recorded my swing. Not sure what I would use the video for. I'm not good enough to say this is exactly what i need to do or not do.


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If I was to attempt to record my swing, what aspects of it should I record? What angles and views?

 

I think it would be valuable to have it along the plane of my shoulders for some shots to see how I'm lining up. And along the line to see how bad my outside in swing really is. But how high should the camera be for these? And what other angles can I get more data from?

 

And how do avoid having it used as part of a blackmail scheme? 8=)

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I'm thinking about one of these as I like to show videos in my equipment reviews:

 

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0753KQPNL/?coliid=I35CZ9OENY4Y7C&colid=2WHMQ4D9VNMM4&psc=0&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it

Did you get this?looks lightweight and easy to set up

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What's in my Mizuno BR-D2 bag

OFFICIAL TESTER FOR THE PING i500 CLUBS.

Currently playing Ping i500 w/ Alta CB graphite shafts 

  :mizuno-small: MP 25 - fitted w/ Project X shafts - stiff

  :titelist-small: 60  / 56  :mizuno-small: 52

  :titelist-small: 910 D2 driver - 9.5 degree -fitted13   F 3 wood 13.5 deg   :nike-small: CPR 3 hybrid

:nike-small: Method mallet

Dexterity:

I shoot left-handed so no one can ask me "Hey, can I try that club?" 

Twitter @GolfingHat      Instagram  @Mizunostixgolfnut

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Did you get this?looks lightweight and easy to set up

 

 

Yes I did and you can check out me using in it our Cleveland Launcher HB thread:

 

https://forum.mygolfspy.com/topic/24438-do-not-reply/?do=findComment&comment=434119

 

Next time I use it I will try the slow motion mode for golf swings as I'm betting you can see ball flight etc. better. 

 

I love it and will be using it when my son graduates from training at Ft Benning.


Callaway  Epic Flash 10.5 Driver
Callaway  XR16 4- Wood
Callaway Steelhead 3 Hybrid
Tommy Armour 845 MAX 5 - GW Irons
Cleveland CBX 2 54 Degree SW
Tommy Armour Over N Out 58 Degree Lob
Wilson Harmonized Chipper 32 Degrees
Ping  Sigma G Tyne Putter OR Odyssey Stroke Lab Double Wide

 

 

 



 

 

 

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