Swingbyte knows what your golf club does during your swing. Swingbyte doesn’t directly measure the ball or your body. Below are a few items we are frequently asked about that Swingbyte does not capture:
- Quality of ball/club face contact: Swingbyte does not know where on the club face contact is made with the ball. Swingbyte does calculate a ball flight shape (i.e. push slice). This calculation is made based on the ball making contact with the center of the club.
- Ball Launch Angle: Launch angle is affected by many factors, some of which Swingbyte measures (club loft angle, swing speed, angle of attack) and some that cannot be accurately measured without high-speed camera equipment and or a doppler radar based device.
- Ball Spin: This metric depends largely on where the ball hits the club face, the type of ball, and environmental conditions – items that Swingbyte does not directly measure.
- Ball Carry Distance: Without knowing the exact launch angle, spin, and environmental conditions for your shot, it is not possible to accurately predict how far your ball will travel.
- Body Movement: Swingbyte is attached directly to your club, not your body. Swingbyte only presents information that is directly measured or calculated to the highest degree of accuracy.