SensoGlove World’s First Golf Glove that Analyses Grip in Real Time

[25/05/11] 

The SensoGlove is the world’s first golf glove that reads and displays the pressure of your grip in real time. It’s probably useful for a variety of other things such as testing your patience when your computer crashes, but its real value is of course helping you maintain a consistent grip when you’re having a swing.

If you’ve got ambitions to replicate the achievement of Tiger Woods you’ve got to ensure your grip is light but firm. [Insert joke about Tiger's promiscuity.] In contrast, most golfers squeeze the club too hard, leaning towards what’s hyperbolically called a ‘death’ grip. To eradicate this mistake, the SensoGlove provides instant feedback during your swing, helping you avoid the horrors of Hades.

The glove works by providing audio feedback the moment your grip becomes too tight. The difficulty then becomes taking that information and improving your game, but the glove at least gives you the framework you need to push on.

The little warning sound the glove emits might get up the noses of fellow golfers every time you massacre your swing – you know how twitchy they get in golf clubs – but at least you’ll be able to wave to your ball disappearing into the distance before you’re kicked out.

One swing at a time.


SensoGlove
Price: US$89 (excl. shipping)
www.sensoglove.com


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