Are you having problems with your swing? Do you want to keep track of your game without having to take down notes all the time? Well, you might want to take a look at the Zepp Golf 2 3D Swing Analyzer. This device claims to be able to perform a comprehensive assessment of your swing. But is it really helpful? Let’s find out if it will live up to our expectations.
A Honolulu limo service driver recommended this to me while on was on my way to a tournament. He said a pro golfer that he serves regularly uses the Zepp. I thank him for the tip!
At the heart of the Zepp is its swing analysis. You just attach the device on your glove and information is displayed on your mobile device. All the essentials like the length of your backswing, the tempo, club plane, club and hand speed are measured. Your swings are monitored so after the game you can evaluate your performance. There’s also an Auto-Video Capture so your swing is recorded, allowing you to compare your swings later on.
The analysis is instant, and the more swings you make, the more data the Zepp can accumulate. This data is used to analyze your swing and help you find the right approach. You then use the data provided by the Zepp to make changes to your swing and get better.
The Zepp isn’t just a swing analyzer as it’s also a tool for customized training. Because it uses your own data, you can pinpoint problems with your swing and make improvements. What this means is the Zepp isn’t just for players but also coaches.
Performance and Benefits
The Zepp delivers where it matters the most, and that’s your swing, and it’s a lot better than going through books and going over your notes. The Zepp is easy to pick up, and you can use the app or Bluetooth to run it. You just need to download and install the app and let it link to the sensor. Once that’s done the Zepp is ready.
The bottom line is the Zepp does what it should, and that is record data. It’s not going to magically turn you into a better golfer, but you can use the information to change your game for the better. Whether you’re releasing too quickly, hitting too hard or not getting enough speed, you’ll see it on the Zepp.
You’ll also get to see golf from a different perspective. By looking up your tempo, for instance, you’ll know if your hip turn is correct or not. Since you can record videos of your swing, you can review what you just did and what went right or wrong.
- Provides detailed swing analysis
- You can modify the goals for the swing metrics
- Lots of tips and advice for new golfers
- User-friendly design
- The club face impact angle is not recorded
- Launch angles are not recorded
After trying out the Zepp Golf 2 3D Swing Analyzer, we can say for certain that it works. It’s not perfect but overall the Zepp is a low-cost and effective way to improve your game. This device certainly won’t take the place of frequent practice, but it’s a tool you can use to keep track of where your game is headed and as a result, help you become a better golfer.