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Record on the course with SwingShot's Cyclops Pro

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In the constant effort to shoot lower scores, golfers are increasingly turning to technology. Whether it’s GPS devices, swing aids or recording ourselves and watching the tape, if it will lower the handicap, most of us will try just about anything. 

If you can't see it, you can't fix it, and thanks to SwingShot's Cyclops Pro video camera, you will definitely see it. The revolutionary device records audio and high-definition video at 720p 60fps or 1080p 30fps resolution, and includes a rechargeable battery with enough power to film up to four rounds of golf or about four hours in lesson or range modes. So you can use the Cyclops Pro to relive that hole-out for birdie from the bunker or to watch and critique your swing, possibly even with a coach. You can save the videos on the camera's internal memory, or back them up on your computer via the USB port.

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One would think all of this extra recording would slow the game down and might inconvenience you’re playing partners, but that’s the real genius behind (or actually holding up) the Swing Shot camera: the shaft and stainless steel turf spike. Because of this unique club-length design, anyone can carry the Cyclops Pro in their bag. Think of it as your 15th club. Pull it out, stick it in the ground, press a button and action – it's your honors. And you’ll know which club to choose because the GPS antenna detects location to within 1 yard. Check out how easy it is to operate anywhere on the course or practice facility in the video below.

SwingShot's Cyclops cameras start at $199, with each package including a rechargeable battery, 2-piece shaft, stainless steel turf spike, AC charger, instructions and USB cable for easy hookup. For more information or to make a purchase, visit SwingShot online.

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