Tag: Golf

Zepp’s training tech is heading to baseball bats, golf gloves and tennis rackets

CES 2016: Zepp’s swing analysing sensors are making friends posted on wareable.com, By Sophie Charr, 5th January 2015 Zepp Labs has announced that its digital sports training tech, which we’ve tried and loved in devices like Zepp Golf, is coming to some big sports equipment brands very soon. It’s not naming names just yet, but Zepp will be announcing … continue reading

Zepp Golf: Review of multi-sport sensor that can improve your swing

Shane O’Hara reviews Zepp multi-sport sensor for golf, which has helped him make improvements on the course By Shane O’Hara    Thursday 6 August 2015, 16:07 UK The Zepp Golf sport sensor in action Photo: Zepp Golf The Zepp Golf aid is a tiny 30mm x 30mm x 11mm, three ounce device that claims to be able to … continue reading

Zepp CEO on answering ‘so what?’ and learning from Fitbit and Jawbone

Posted on wareable.com, July 21, 2015 By James Stables Jason Fass tells us the story of growing from start up to sports giant in three years Imagine taking your startup from a garage operation to a worldwide sportsplayer in just three years. In 2012, Jason Fass and his wife were hand-printing labels to post sensors out to their first customers. … continue reading

Zepp Golf motion tracker updated: The sports wearable that genuinely improves your swing

Posted on pocket-lint.com, By Rik Henderson DIGSBY IM, EMAIL, AND SOCIAL NETWORKS IN ONE EASY TO USE APPLICATION! HTTP://DIGSBY.COM See all 13 photos Motion tracking for sports and specifically golf is not exactly new, but the best device we’ve used in recent times was the GolfSense, which strapped to the back of a golf glove and … continue reading


“Rick Smith selects GolfSense to use across his teaching academies, learning centers and one-on-one coaching. GolfSense has the ability to empower the average golfer to capture their swing. It is a game changer for golf instruction. Rick Smith, globally established Master Teaching Professional and regarded as one of the PGA Tour’s Best “Sounding Boards” for … continue reading