3Bays Zone Golf Swing Analyzer
Tired of losing to your friends and coworkers? Be one of the first to get the all new Orange Whip Compact , the world’s lightest, smartest and most powerful golf swing analyzer. Just plug the 3Bays Zone into the top of your club and swing away. 3Bays’ state-of-the-art technology breaks down your stroke into 10,000 data points then instantly shows you accurate, valuable stats that matter.
Eliminate doubt and start improving your game. With over 10,000 data points analyzing your swing, Zone let’s you pinpoint areas of your swing that can be corrected for optimal performance. The affordable golf swing analyzer lets you set your “Masters Golf Net Enclosure” so you can compare your movements and share them with an instructor who can help you to make adjustments to improve your game.
- GSA Zone Sensor
- Leather Carrying Case
- USB Charge Cable
- Quick Start Guide
- Free iOS or Android app
- Android and iOS User Manual
- Easily Slips Into Any Pocket
- SIG12 Golf Simulator Enclosure to Your Swinging Motion
- “Best Swing” Comparison
- Pro Comparison
- Auto-Video Recording
- Track Your Results
- 1 Year Warranty
What It Tracks:
- 3D Swing Path
- Club Head Speed
- Carry Distance
- See How Close Each Backswing is to Parallel
- See How Your Hands and Club Head Drive Forward Through Impact
- Face Angle
The 3Bays Zone Golf Swing Analyzer is a device designed to help golfers improve their swing. It is a small sensor that attaches to the golf club and connects to a smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth. The sensor measures various aspects of the swing, including club head speed, swing path, face angle, and impact position.
The data collected by the sensor is then displayed in real-time on the 3Bays Golf app, which is available for iOS and Android devices. The app provides detailed analysis of the swing, including 3D animation and audio feedback. It also allows golfers to compare their swing to that of professional golfers, and to track their progress over time.
The 3Bays Zone Golf Swing Analyzer is portable and easy to use, making it a convenient tool for golfers of all levels. It can be used on the driving range or on the course, and can provide valuable feedback to help golfers improve their game.
3Bays Zone Golf Swing Analyzer
Great product. I purchased a hitting net, putting green and hitting matt from SIG as well as the 3Bays GSA. The GSA is awesome, provides lots of data and data points to allow me to focus on the parts of the swing that I need to improve. Also, the service from SIG was first class all the way!
3Bays swing analyzer
I sometimes struggle with several different aspects of my swing. The 3Bays analyzer has helped me to realize my tempo is not consistent, my swing path and club face orientation can be off and angle of approach can be off. When all good, the swing just feels right. When something is off, I can feel it but don’t know why. This analyzer helps me find the issue.
3Bays Zone Golf Swing Analyzer
Works just as advertised.
I found it very reliable indicator of my swing. It shows just about anything you�d need to analyze and correct your swing flaws. I give it 5 stars!
This device is amazing and incredible! It helps me see everything in my swing so I can increase my power and improve my golf swing
This is useful. It took awhile to understand all the stats. For example, I had a shaft lean of -5 to-8, and I thought that meant my shaft was leaning backwards at impact. Turns out, just the opposite is true. It also seems to underestimate my swing speed. I am an eight-handicapper, drive it 250 about 8 out of 10 drives, and so my driver speed cannot be as low as 85, which is what it says—I’m six-foot, athletic and in my thirties, not a 72-year-old grandmother. My real speed is at least 100, so it’s way off there. I think this must be a result of the “hand speed” it’s reporting at super low amounts (5-8 mph), when the average is somewhere well north of there. To be fair, I had the same problem with the clip-on-your-glove device from the competitor company, so there must be something weird about my swing.
Pleased with my GSA Zone
So far I have limited use with the Zone but really like it. I thought it was fairly accurate right out of the box. Put it on my 7 iron that I hit about 155-160 yrds normally. It was showing closer to 150 yrds on my better swings. What I liked most about it is seeing a 3D graphic of my swing to check that I’m on plane, and also to get information on how much forward shaft lean I have at impact. It also confirms that I am swinging on an inside path. I thought I was coming over the top a bit, but I’m not. If anything it’s pretty straight path through impact and at times I close my face down a bit and the device also gives me that feedback. Of course clubhead speed information helps me too. Overall, I feel all the information provided is helpful to fine tune my swing especially during the cold winter. I can practice swinging in my house and just hit plastic balls (or my birdie balls which feel like real balls to me) and get similar feedback about my swing without having to take the time going to the driving range. Would definitely buy again.
Sure hope this thing works – not impressed out of the box.
Just got it out of the box and read the manual. I’ll update this after I use it. The manual is definitely lacking. It’s a quick start guide – that’s it. Doesn’t tell how to interpret the data, how to hook up the data cable (which doesn’t come with it), how to change the battery, or anything else that might be helpful. I’m hoping their website will have more. The unit I got was most likely a return, as it wasn’t in the display box on the post designed for that purpose, but was in the carrying case and the battery was already installed.
Fantastic aid, just needs a little more to be perfect
Only used this on one 15 minute practice session but already I am converted. It immediately pointed out a glaring problem I had of coming down too steeply. Would never have figured this out on my own. I think this is a must have diagnostic and practice tool. Not 5 stars only because they could do a better job explaining some of the data points. For example you get a shaft lean % but nothing to explain if that number is good or bad, so it isn’t actionable. Also it is very hard to see if the LED light is on or flashing in daylight. I will definitely continue to use it and would highly recommend.
Does not seem to register swings all the time. …
Does not seem to register swings all the time. I use it indoor with a net so I have not used it out on a driving range to confirm distances.