How to read HackMotion putting data

Watch the video (3:30 min) to understand the differences of how putting data is displayed.
Absolute numbers are displayed in tiles, but the graph shows changes in wrist motion relative to address position.

Contents:
1) Comparison between Tile and graph view: 00:00
2) Global rotation in putting data: 01:40

 

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The HackMotion wrist sensor in front of various devices showing data in the HackMotion app
  • HackMotion sensor is used by world’s leading coaches – Phil Kenyon, Allen Terrell, Scott Cowx, Mark Blackburn, David Orr, Brian Manzella, Mike Schy and many others. Join the rank of the most the educated coaches.
  • PGA Tour winners Dustin Johnson, Bryson Dechambeau, Brad Faxon and European Tour winners Thorbjorn Olesen, Lucas Bjerregaard and many others have used it to measure and optimize their wrist motion.
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  • Audio feedback helps to fix common swing faults – too much wrist cupping (extension) in full swing causing open club face and inconsistent wrist angles in your putting stroke.

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