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New Innovation to Improve Golf Games

New Innovation to Improve Golf Games

Here comes another new development in the world of golf. The ES12 Digital Golf Assistant, developed by Ernest Sports, is a brand new portable technology that synchronizes with the Smartphone to provide instant distance and speed data.
The newly launched company, based in Atlanta, aims to fulfill the dream of every golfer, which is to experience improved golf performance and better scores.

The ES12 is easy-to-use, portable, and affordable. It takes advantage of the smart phones and tablet devices that golfers carry with them most of the time. Golfers can install the free mobile application to analyze the golf ball’s distance and speed during a shot. The data is instantly fed back to a mobile device through Bluetooth technology, where it can be stored and analyzed.

“It’s exactly what you need as a player. A product like this is fantastic because you can set it on the range and practice your distance and control with your wedges, which is normally very difficult to do. To have that kind of feedback after each shot develops so much more feel! It can really make a difference in your ability to score. The price point is unbelievable when compared to Trackman or FlightScope. Nothing even compares to it,” said Russell Surber, Canadian Tour Professional Golfer.

The Ernest Sports ES12 Digital Golf Assistant is priced to be affordable for every golfer at $249, while similar products cost $15,000 or more.

PGA Tour Professional and FedEx St Jude Classic Champion Dicky Pride said, “When I use my ES12 from Ernest Sports, my practice sessions are more efficient. I get data quickly and more efficiently so I can move on to what I want to do next. You immediately get feedback about how far your ball is going so that you can know if your clubs are set up correctly, taking a lot of the guesswork out your practice session. With the ES12 you can easily find out what works and what doesn’t in your golf swing.”

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