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New products: GolfSense device analyzes your golf game

3:40 PM, May 19, 2013
As you swing your golf club, a motion sensor on the GolfSense device analyzes the movement and transmits the data wirelessly to your phone via Bluetooth technology.
As you swing your golf club, a motion sensor on the GolfSense device analyzes the movement and transmits the data wirelessly to your phone via Bluetooth technology.
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Get into the swing

You love golf but don't have time to spend every waking moment on the course, so you want to get the most out of your practice time. One way to maximize your time on the course is to attach a personal training device to your glove. As you swing your golf club, a motion sensor on the GolfSense device analyzes the movement and transmits the data wirelessly to your phone via Bluetooth technology. Knowing that your swing is off isn't enough; you also need to fix it. So the program also provides tips that can help you improve acceleration, velocity, tempo and position. Just like ...

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