Zepp 2 3D plus strong grip equals...?

I have a very strong grip. Like, Paul Azinger strong. And I'm wondering whether this will interfere with the Zepp 2 3D's data accuracy. The device's website tells me there are 4 grip settings and I assume at least one of those is for strong grips. But, exactly how strong? And how much will the data be impacted if my grip setting does not match my actual grip? I would appreciate any insight from folks who have used this device. Thanks.
Mizuno MP-650 10.5*
Sonartec SS 2.5 17*
Titleist 585H 19*
Fourteen Golf Type 03 3I
Bridgestone J33CB 4I-PW
Bridgestone J40 52* and 60*
Ping Redwood Zing Putter
Wilson Staff FG Tour Ball
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  • jeggolfer68jeggolfer68 Members Posts: 233 ✭✭
    The strongest grip setting seems to have both V's pointed well right of right shoulder. I've been using the Zepp2 for a few years now, Golfsense previous to that. I believe the top attribute to the Zepp is it's consistency. The first few sessions you are setting swing baselines. After that you can make swing changes and see your numbers change accordingly. I find a lot of value in the Zepp2 and highly recommend it.
  • SilveirdSilveird Members Posts: 39 ✭✭


    The strongest grip setting seems to have both V's pointed well right of right shoulder. I've been using the Zepp2 for a few years now, Golfsense previous to that. I believe the top attribute to the Zepp is it's consistency. The first few sessions you are setting swing baselines. After that you can make swing changes and see your numbers change accordingly. I find a lot of value in the Zepp2 and highly recommend it.




    This is very useful information. Much thanks.
    Mizuno MP-650 10.5*
    Sonartec SS 2.5 17*
    Titleist 585H 19*
    Fourteen Golf Type 03 3I
    Bridgestone J33CB 4I-PW
    Bridgestone J40 52* and 60*
    Ping Redwood Zing Putter
    Wilson Staff FG Tour Ball
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