Everyday Golf Coach, has just released an update to the successful app series that raises the bar in sports coaching apps.
Among other improvements to the app, all 38 coaching videos have been filmed to broadcast production quality including ‘Phantom’ slow motion footage.
Brainchild of PGA professional Noel Rousseau, the coaching app delivers a library of high definition instruction as well as a unique interactive SwingSequence feature.
The company says its Power app gives users a unique insight into the different aspects of the golf swing that enable the professionals to generate extreme swing speed, power and distance.
The ‘Phantom’ camera used to capture all the slow motion footage in the app was originally designed for military use and was used by the BBC in filming their remarkable and highly acclaimed ‘Frozen Planet’ and ‘Africa’ series presented by Sir David Attenborough.
Rousseau said: “I wanted to give golfers all the technical information and resources that they would need to better their game and become their own coach.
“Switching between the archive of coaching videos and the swing analysis suite, the golfer can soon identify key areas of their method to work on. It can be frustrating to practice without a clear purpose, worse still, working on the wrong concepts. Now golfers can have real direction to their practice.”
Everyday Golf Coach: Power is available on iTunes for both iPhone (£3.99) and iPad (£4.99). Visit www.everydaygolfcoach.com for more information.
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