Zepp Golf 2 3D Swing Analyser

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  • Overview

    Rather like having a personal coach on your iPhone, the Zepp Golf 2 3D Swing Analyser and its companion app help you better understand your swing. Just attach the sensor to your glove and quickly start improving your game.

    3D swing analysis

    Measure the most important aspects of your swing: club speed, hand speed, club plane, tempo, backswing length and more. Then review your swing in 3D from any angle. Zepp’s Auto-Video Capture will even record your swing so you can compare your data with video of your actual swing.

    Instant evaluation

    Receive immediate analysis and evaluations on your iPhone or iPad that help you focus your training. Simply take a few swings and Zepp will process thousands of data points to identify the right training program - just for you. Then test your swing to see how much you’ve improved and where you should focus your training next.

    Smart coach

    Speed your improvements with personalised training programs from PGA/LPGA players and coaches that make use of your data. Smart Coach eliminates the guessing and identifies where your swing can improve the most. See your advances in real-time and then share your progress with the world.

    Highlights

    3D swing analysis measures club speed, club plane, tempo, backswing length and more

    Instant Evaluations help you focus your training where you can improve the most

    Smart Coach uses your data to personalise training programs from PGA/LPGA players and tour instructors

    Replay and review your swing in 360 degrees from any angle

    Record your swing in HD video and compare directly to the pros

    Sensor easily attaches to any golf glove

    Wirelessly sends data to your iPhone or iPad after every swing

    If you're a coach, Zepp Coaching features help you manage all your students

    Includes Zepp sensor, glove mount and apps for iPhone and iPad

    What’s in the Box

    Zepp Golf 2 sensor

    Glove mount

    Charger

    Tech Specs

    Other Features: Bluetooth

    Bluetooth Compatibility: Bluetooth 2.0 Compatibility

    Batteries: Rechargeable Lithium Ion

    Battery life: Up to 8 hours

    Height: 1.23 cm/0.48 in.

    Length: 2.54 cm/1 in.

    Width: 2.54 cm/1 in.

    Weight: 6.25 g

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: ZA2G1NE

    UPC or EAN No.: 852067005975

    Warranty

    Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.

  • iPhone Models

    iPad Models

  • 3.5 Average
    3 out of 5 stars
    Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      club speed

      Best feature of it that 3D swing analysis measures club speed, club plane, tempo, backswing length, and more.

      • Written by Fiza K

      40 of 58 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?club speed

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Great idea, but disappointing

      Im a 13 handicap and was looking for a swing analyzer to help work on my swing plane. I tend to swing in to out and am trying to get more on plane. Pros: Th Im a 13 handicap and was looking for a swing analyzer to help work on my swing plane. I tend to swing in to out and am trying to get more on plane. Pros: The app has some cool features (when working...see cons) and is pretty easy to get around. When the sensor actually worked, it did confirm my in to out tendencies and by making some adjustments, I could see my swing getting much more on plane. I did like the 3D swing view and it helped me pinpoint where there were issues. If you have never seen what your swing plane actually is and are willing to learn a little bit about it, this tool will definitely help you. I also like the goal oriented approach of the app. Cons: 1) The app did not work properly or connect easily to any device I had. Notably, getting the sensor to connect is very finicky and the "Pro Players" feature where you can look at a professional swing and compare it to yours, simply did not exist. (I tried on iPad, iPhone, and Galaxy s7edge) 2) It didn't seem like there were as many instructional videos as advertised. Also, most of the videos appeared geared towards golfers who tend to come over the top. The app encourages an inside to outside swing path, which isn't necessarily bad unless that is your problem. Most of these videos, or ones like it, are on youtube anyway. 3) The sensor is a pain in the *. The app struggled mightily to pick it up. The sensor inexplicably fails to show if it is on or off. It took me 30 mins for it to finally pair at the range, and if you try to switch users during a session, forget about it. At the end of my session, battery was 90%. I turned it "off" as the app said it was no longer connected. The next day I went back to practice and it was dead. 4) Since the app does not take into account club face, you may score very high on a swing that produced a terrible shot. Understand it is really only useful for working on tempo, speed, and plane. 5) No short game or putting features. 6) You cannot login, switch users, or save information for later if you are not connected to wi-fi or data. My first swing evaluation and 20 swings disappeared because my iPad was not connected to wifi. I really wanted to like it, but I expected the product to work much easier. I was hoping to just snap it on, practice as usual, and then either take breaks to analyze or do it at the end. I don't want to be fiddling around with bluetooth connections and calibrations every few mins during my practice sessions. For someone of average technological skills, I found getting this to actually work to be very annoying.For more serious golfers, the information is good but doesn't give you the whole story.

      • Written by Edward B from Pelham

      2 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Great idea, but disappointing

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Great idea, but disappointing

      Im a 13 handicap and was looking for a swing analyzer to help work on my swing plane. I tend to swing in to out and am trying to get more on plane. Pros: Th Im a 13 handicap and was looking for a swing analyzer to help work on my swing plane. I tend to swing in to out and am trying to get more on plane. Pros: The app has some cool features (when working...see cons) and is pretty easy to get around. When the sensor actually worked, it did confirm my in to out tendencies and by making some adjustments, I could see my swing getting much more on plane. I did like the 3D swing view and it helped me pinpoint where there were issues. If you have never seen what your swing plane actually is and are willing to learn a little bit about it, this tool will definitely help you. I also like the goal oriented approach of the app. Cons: 1) The app did not work properly or connect easily to any device I had. Notably, getting the sensor to connect is very finicky and the "Pro Players" feature where you can look at a professional swing and compare it to yours, simply did not exist. (I tried on iPad, iPhone, and Galaxy s7edge) 2) It didn't seem like there were as many instructional videos as advertised. Also, most of the videos appeared geared towards golfers who tend to come over the top. The app encourages an inside to outside swing path, which isn't necessarily bad unless that is your problem. Most of these videos, or ones like it, are on youtube anyway. 3) The sensor is a pain in the *. The app struggled mightily to pick it up. The sensor inexplicably fails to show if it is on or off. It took me 30 mins for it to finally pair at the range, and if you try to switch users during a session, forget about it. At the end of my session, battery was 90%. I turned it "off" as the app said it was no longer connected. The next day I went back to practice and it was dead. 4) Since the app does not take into account club face, you may score very high on a swing that produced a terrible shot. Understand it is really only useful for working on tempo, speed, and plane. 5) No short game or putting features. 6) You cannot login, switch users, or save information for later if you are not connected to wi-fi or data. My first swing evaluation and 20 swings disappeared because my iPad was not connected to wifi. I really wanted to like it, but I expected the product to work much easier. I was hoping to just snap it on, practice as usual, and then either take breaks to analyze or do it at the end. I don't want to be fiddling around with bluetooth connections and calibrations every few mins during my practice sessions. For someone of average technological skills, I found getting this to actually work to be very annoying.For more serious golfers, the information is good but doesn't give you the whole story.

      • Written by Edward B from Pelham

      2 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Great idea, but disappointing

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      club speed

      Best feature of it that 3D swing analysis measures club speed, club plane, tempo, backswing length, and more.

      • Written by Fiza K

      40 of 58 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?club speed