This Instantly Lowered My Handicap // Hack Motion Sensor

Looking to Lower Your Handicap without going for lessons? I tested out the Hack Motion Golf Sensor to see if it actually works.

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Thanks for watching the video This Instantly Lowered My Handicap // Hack Motion Sensor

00:00 Introduction
01:07 How it works
03:10 How it helps you improve
05:23 Next level
07:58 Impact Drill
11:10 Putting
13:38 Conclusion


6 Replies to “This Instantly Lowered My Handicap // Hack Motion Sensor”

  1. This is by far the best Hack Motion video I've seen, and I've probably watched every video with it in at this point haha

    Well done to you sir!

    I am this close to buying one, probably should just order it, and save the mental gymnastics.

  2. John Beck says:

    Another great video bud. Well done šŸ‘

  3. Steve Rupert says:

    This looks good but fails to address one significant issue; determining whether your wrist position is too cupped or too bowed is directly related to how strong or weak you grip the club at address, and this device seems to have no idea how it's being gripped. Thus, having these general wrist positions is helpful in some ways, but may still cause slices or hooks depending on how the club is being gripped (club path is obviously a concern too). Hopefully I'm wrong and the device addresses this, but it doesn't look like it.

  4. J W says:

    This is actually kinda awesome

  5. Zach says:

    ''F*ck you to extended'' i lol'd at that. Classic.

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