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SwingSmart: The golf coach in the palm of your hand

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HILVERSUM, NETHERLANDS - SEPTEMBER 10: Paul McGinley of Ireland plays his tee shot on the 17th hole during the second round of The KLM Open Golf at The Hillversumsche Golf Club on September 10, 2010 in Hilversum, Netherlands. (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)  - 

Technology is always improving on the course, making it easier all the time to effectively diagnose your swing problems, and with The SwingSmart Duo Self-Training System, everyone can have their own personal swing coach in the palm of their hand.

With SwingSmart, you can get instant feedback on every swing from putter to driver that shows your tempo, clubhead speed, angle of attack and face angle at impact and breaks it down in 3D and from 360 degrees, so you can see every aspect of your swing from start to finish and then use that information to fix it.

Perhaps the best feature of SwingSmart is how simple it is to use. Simply download the free app, connect via bluetooth to your smart phone or tablet and swing away. On the range or in your home, with or without a ball, SwingSmart tracks your swing. And with the app you can compare your current swing to your saved 'best' swing side by side, email your swing to instructors, friends or your computer, view demonstration golf swings and even access instructional videos with top teaching pro and CBS golf analyst Peter Kostis.

The SwingSmart Duo Self-Training System retails for $249.99 and comes with the SwingSmart sensor, 2 adapter plates making it even easier to use the analyzer on more than one club at once, the Peter Kostis aiming triangle, a quick start guide, micro USB charging cable and a carrying case. For more information or to make a purchase, visit SwingSmart online.