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  • Publisher: VYP Ing.
  • Genre: Sports
  • Released: 6 Apr, 2010
  • Size: 2.2 MB
  • Price: $5.99
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** Works only on iPhone & iPod Touch **
MyPuttCoach is the first software turning your iPhone or your iPod into a real tool of analysis and it will help you to improve your putt.

MyPuttCoach works on 2 fundamental elements of a putt : the tempo and the amplitude, to improve in a spectacular way the precision of your putts.

By capturing these elements on your putts and by allowing you to analyze them, you will understand what makes that some of your putts are too long, the others too short and someone at the good distance.

The tool contains 2 main parts : a "Statistics" part allowing the capture and the analysis of your putt, and a "Training" part allowing the work and the improvement of your tempo and the precision of execution of the movement.

************ PARTICULAR ATTENTION ************

The use of MyPuttCoach requires a certain handling of the application, so that the results are exploitable.

The analyzer of MyPuttCoach requires that your putt is of pendular type and whether it is made with rhythm.

A too slow movement, either too jerky will lead to an analysis which can be erroneous.

The position of the device in the glove during the capture of the movement is also essential for a better precision during recording.


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