Wrist angles are the key to swing consistency

The wrist angles directly control the clubface and controlling the clubface is a key skill that separates the pros from the amateurs. So we created the ultimate tool to easily learn clubface control for an improved ball flight.

How wrist angles control the clubface

Your lead wrist basically shows what the clubface is doing. And the clubface determines the direction of ball flight. The better you control the amount of flexion/extension of the wrist, the better you will control the clubface.

HackMotion sensor is the ultimate tool to learn clubface control

Watch the video to learn how wrist angles control the clubface and how you can measure and learn to control them with HackMotion sensor

How to Practice
With HackMotion?

Setup and Calibrate in Just 30 Seconds

Our super quick setup process saves time, so you can focus on practicing.

Get Real-time Data and Audio Feedback

Use data and feedback to quickly correct your swing faults.

Practice with Real-Time Data

When implementing changes it is important to measure your swing to take out the guesswork. Using HackMotion data you can precisely track if you are doing what you should be doing.

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What Our Users Say

SCOTT COWX
SCOTT COWX
PGA of Canada National Teacher of the Year
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Great thing about Hackmotion is that I can trace the pattern of what the player is doing coming into the golf ball. Clubface is king when in comes to controlling the golf ball. With a good radar unit and HackMotion I can pretty much do anything.
David Rasley
David RasleySerious Golf Enthusiast
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HackMotion allows me to understand proper wrist mechanics through biofeedback. As a side effect, my tilts and pressure motions are improving, since they don’t have to make up for the other variables, giving me added clubhead speed, ball speed and tighter dispersions.
Allen Terrell
Allen Terrell
Dustin Johnson's Swing Instructor, PGA, Golf Digest Top Ranked Coach
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HackMotion is one of the most multi-dimensional teaching aides you can find. Wrist movements are quite difficult to analyze through camera. HackMotion has simplified this illusion for the instructor but most importantly for the student.
Jose Antonio Alonso
Jose Antonio AlonsoProfessional Golfer
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HackMotion allows me to understand proper wrist mechanics through biofeedback. As a side effect, my tilts and pressure motions are improving, since they don’t have to make up for the other variables, giving me added clubhead speed, ball speed and tighter dispersions.
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Improve the Consistency of Your Putting Stroke

One of the most important aspects of being a great putter is the consistency and repeatability of your stroke. Inconsistent wrist motion leads to poor accuracy. Use HackMotion to develop consistent putting mechanics.

Clubface Is Key to Mastering the Short Game

Correct use of the clubface and the bounce is key to learning different short game shots. HackMotion sensor can be used for bunker shots, pitching and chipping.

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Access recordings from HackMotion webinars and watch coaches explain how they use the data to fix common swing issues.

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