Introducing New Club & Hand Plane Metrics For Zepp Golf
We’re excited to announce a new Zepp Golf app update with club and hand plane enhancements. Now you can tell whether your downswing plane is coming over or staying inside your backswing plane by looking solely at your club and hand plane metrics on the dashboard. A positive number means coming over and a negative number means staying inside. Previously, this could only be done by looking at your swing on the 3D screen. The meaning of the percentage has also changed. It now represents the percentage difference between your backswing and downswing. A low percentage means that your paths are closely matching.
Instead of seeing a percentage that tells you how closely your backswing matches your downswing, you will now see either a (+) positive or (-) negative percentage. The percentage represents something new. It now tells you the percentage difference between your backswing and downswing. A low number or 0 means that your planes are closely matching. Here’s the cool part. If you see a (+) positive percentage, then you now know that your club or hand plane on the downswing is outside your backswing (“coming over the top”). If you see a (-) negative percentage, then your club or hand plane on the downswing is inside your backswing (“staying under plane”). The great advantage of these new metrics is that you can now hit balls in the dashboard view and receive instant feedback on whether your swing shape is over the top or inside without needing to view your swing in 3D.
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