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Know Your Numbers: Hinge

Casting is a swing flaw that many amateur golfers have tried to correct at one point or another in their career. Besides the difficulty of trying to correct the flaw, another issue is defining it and the degree to which you are affected by it. In the past, casting has been subjective and only viewable… Read more »

Battery Tab Removal (Video)

Helpful Tips Don’t lift the cap straight up. Make sure the battery is inserted positive (+) side up. Align the ribs in the cap with the notches in the screw base when putting the cap back on. Latch the cap on both sides (listen for two clicks when doing this step). Test to make sure the… Read more »

Configuration 101

When you set up your brand new ClubHubs, move a sensor to another club, or remove a ClubHub from a club, it is important to know the proper steps to take to ensure that your ClubHubs are ready to record data the next time you take a swing. First Time Configuration Install all your ClubHubs… Read more »

Know Your Numbers: Face Angle

The Interpreting ClubHub Swing Parameters Guide states that the face angle parameter is the direction the club face is pointed at impact relative to the target line. Face angle is generally believed to be the major factor in determining the line of ball travel immediately after leaving the club face. Keep in mind that the initial line… Read more »

Refining Your Club Stats

As the 2018 golf season approaches, it’s time to start cleaning off your clubs and cleaning up your ClubHub club stats. Begin the new year with the most accurate club stats to help you analyze your data better and improve faster. By deleting finesse shots and other non-full swings that are throwing off your stats,… Read more »

Know Your Numbers: Transition Angle

As our Interpreting ClubHub Swing Parameters Guide states, transition refers to the angle of the club shaft relative to horizontal at the moment backswing ends and the downswing begins. If the head of the club is above the handle, the angle is expressed as “above” and has a + sign. If the handle of the club is above… Read more »