Golf Digest’s August issue kicks off a special series on the GOLFTEC SwingTRU Motion Study
The GOLFTEC SwingTRU Motion Study – the biggest study of its kind correlating body movements within the swing to a golfer’s skill level – has received a lot of press, including the likes of Golf Channel and Forbes, to name a few.
Simply explained, SwingTRU is GOLFTEC’s hold on Big Data in golf; a packaged snapshot of the evolution of GOLFTEC’s fact-based platform that boasts a 96-percent success rate and average improvement of seven strokes.
In other words, it’s kind of a big deal.
So much so, that SwingTRU’s impact on the golf industry landed GOLFTEC on Fast Company’s prestigious Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Sports list earlier this year, alongside giants like ESPN and Twitter.
While this impressive media coverage has of course come as a nice feather in GOLFTEC’s cap, the true motivation of this perpetual golf swing study is to help GOLFTEC continue improving on its mission to help people play better golf.
In that vein, the most recent spotlight on GOLFTEC’s Big Data brainchild is a multi-issue series with Golf Digest that kicks off with an August cover story authored by GOLFTEC’s Nick Clearwater.
So, be sure to check out the exclusive feature that illustrates SwingTRU’s impact on the average golfer with simple tips to fix common swing ailments, and stay tuned for subsequent issues further illustrating the significance and industry-wide impact of the GOLFTEC SwingTRU Motion Study.
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