Learn the Motion with HackMotion Audio Biofeedback

Biofeedback - a game changer for every golfer

HackMotion’s biofeedback is the fastest and most effective tool to improve wrist motion! It gives a sound signal when you are in your selected wrist angle range, providing objective, immediate feedback and data. Our data shows that by using biofeedback players are able to significantly improve clubface control, even after a short lesson.

Take a look at the video above where golf coach Tom Saguto explains the features of biofeedback and demonstrates that it is a big game changer for every golfer wanting to improve!

Wrists are the difference between you having a good or a bad swing. Many inconsistent golfers deal with a lot of cupping (extension) in their lead wrist. With cupped wrists it is hard to play well since it keeps the clubface open. The wrists should instead be flat or even a bit bowed. This in turn will help you to stay in the zone of consistency, just like the pros. 

But how do you know what is the zone of consistency? This is where HackMotion’s biofeedback provides guidance, because it gives you a signal when your wrists are within a set range. You can set the range to whatever you want. 

Tom Saguto has set the range within 0 to 25 degrees*  to keep his wrist close to flat and demonstrates how to stay within the range during the backswing, downswing and impact.

* Note: This recommended range is for a neutral grip. Stronger grip will have more extension throughout the swing, while weaker grip will have less extension. Visit our Benchmark page to learn more! 

Pay attention to the wrist angles – on the left the wrists are flat as needed, but on the right they are bowed resulting to be out of the range.

Learn how to use Biofeedback step by step

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Step 01:

Make a few shots to measure your wrist movement. Pay attention to the lead wrist extension (cupping) at the top and in the downswing. Are you within the recommended range?


Step 02:

Set the biofeedback range for wrists based on your data. (Tom Saguto set it between 0 and 25 degrees to keep his wrists flat).

Test the biofeedback and get used to it. Move your wrist around so that you can get comfortable with the audio feedback.

Step 03:

Do slow rehearsals with real-time biofeedback. After you get used to the new feel, take some full speed swings.


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