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The price for this and annual membership while it seems useful I think working with a coach for the same money would yield better returns. 

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9 minutes ago, MattM97 said:

The price for this and annual membership while it seems useful I think working with a coach for the same money would yield better returns. 

I don’t disagree that working with a coach is useful, but certain technologies can also be useful. 
the FSK launch monitor for example has truly accelerated my improvement with the other 13 clubs in my bag independent of working with the a coach.

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1 minute ago, HoganHO said:

I don’t disagree that working with a coach is useful, but certain technologies can also be useful. 
the FSK launch monitor for example has truly accelerated my improvement with the other 13 clubs in my bag independent of working with the a coach.

 

A launch monitor definitely can help the Capto I've seen some use it before and think it's cool just how much would it help? It may be one of those things I'd need to try but again price tag. 

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14 minutes ago, MattM97 said:

 

A launch monitor definitely can help the Capto I've seen some use it before and think it's cool just how much would it help? It may be one of those things I'd need to try but again price tag. 

I’ll be posting as soon as I start using it.

 

But, for example—have a session with a coach and see what the Capto parameters are when you’re doing what your coach wants…

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54 minutes ago, HoganHO said:

The subscription is $38.99 annually 

The device is about 800 dollars? Seems a bit steep but all depends if you use it regularly I suppose.

 

I did play about with the Ping free putter fitting app a little bit which seems like it does a similar job but I did fairly quickly decide I was more interested in measurement of how the ball was rolling, start line etc. so I got a Quintic type assessment instead.

 

Not being negative but units that clip onto shafts seem a bit old hat now, easy to break, lose in the golf bag, forget all about etc.

 

 

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On 9/21/2022 at 7:04 PM, HoganHO said:

I’ll be posting as soon as I start using it.

 

But, for example—have a session with a coach and see what the Capto parameters are when you’re doing what your coach wants…

Any updates on this @HoganHO? Curious if you’ve started to use it as I’m interested in getting one 

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On 9/22/2022 at 10:32 AM, hammersia said:

The device is about 800 dollars? Seems a bit steep but all depends if you use it regularly I suppose.

 

I did play about with the Ping free putter fitting app a little bit which seems like it does a similar job but I did fairly quickly decide I was more interested in measurement of how the ball was rolling, start line etc. so I got a Quintic type assessment instead.

 

Not being negative but units that clip onto shafts seem a bit old hat now, easy to break, lose in the golf bag, forget all about etc.

 

 

Do you happen to know where one could find one of the phone cradles for the ping app?

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5 hours ago, hammersia said:

I made my own using a car mobile phone holder, a dremel and some cable ties.

I ended up doing the same thing last night

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