Another great use of Live View Golf is to insure that you maintain a stationary post during your entire swing. Patrick Parrish shows how to monitor yourself using front facing video to insure that your head stays stationary to avoid fat or thin ball strikes.
Setting up your Live View Golf camera
In this video, Patrick Parrish explains how to get started drawing your swing plane and what to look for when working on swingplane.
When practicing indoors space is often a constraint. Our wide angle lens adapter uses custom optics to reduce the minimum distance necessary between you and your Live View Golf camera by almost a third. In the image comparison below, we placed the camera 8 feet from the target instead of the targeted 12 feet. The […]
We recently made an exciting discovery courtesy of one of our users (Thomas McDowell) that enables running the Android Version of the Live View Golf app on a Windows PC or even a Mac. The system works by running a piece of third party software called “Nox” which emulates an Android device. Once installed, you […]
Swing Plane is fundamental to a consistent and efficient golf swing. In this segment Patrick explains the fundamental nature of the swing plane and compares Jack Nicklaus, Johnny Miller, Ben Hogan and Bryson DeChambeau. Using Live View Golf it is not only easy to analyze and visualize different swing planes, it is also easy to […]
We’ve had a lot of questions about using two cameras simultaneously. Right now each device can only be paired to one camera, so using 2 cameras to check downline and front facing at the same time also requires 2 viewing devices. Using 2 cameras gives you the chance to make sure you are not cheating […]
To connect your camera to your live view golf, simply turn it on, and connect to the “LiveViewGolf#########” hotspot.