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Improve your golf game and overall swing mechanics with the TruSwing Golf Sensor from Garmin. The TruSwing mounts securely and unobtrusively below your club grip. Once installed, it measures several swing metrics, including your swing tempo ratio, contact speed, club path, and more. This data is uploaded wirelessly via Bluetooth to Garmin Connect, where it can be analyzed to help you improve your swing mechanics and your game. This analysis includes real-time 3D swing animations, overlaid shot comparisons, and more. The TruSwing also integrates with Garmin's Approach golf devices (sold separately) for even more in-depth analysis. A mount and installation hardware are included.
The TruSwing accurately records your swing tempo, which is the ratio of your backswing to downswing time. Based on studies of professional golfers, a 3 to 1 ratio is the ideal swing tempo. With the TruSwing sensor, you can train yourself to achieve this tempo for an ideal swing.
Measure the speed of the club as it makes contact with the ball.
The TruSwing provides a measurement of your club's horizontal motion in relation to the target line when viewed from overhead as it strikes the ball. The swing path determines whether you strike the ball "in-to-out" or "out-to-in."
TruSwing measures the angle between the shaft and the ground as measured from the center of the shaft. This measurement is taken at address and again at impact. For maximum effectiveness, you want the shaft angle at impact to be close to the same angle it was at address.
The angle you open or close the clubface, compared to the target line at the point of impact.
The TruSwing can calculate your shaft lean, which is the forward or backward angle you are holding the club when hitting the ball, measured from a 90-degree vertical angle. This measurement is taken at address and again at impact. The amount of shaft lean at impact affects the loft angle of the club.