Everyday Golf Coach, the leading golf game improvement app, has introduced a free update for Smart Phone users to download its highly acclaimed SwingAnalyser suite.
The SwingAnalyser – previously only available on the iPad’s Everyday Golf Coach HD version – allows users to upload videos of their own swing and compare them to the model professional, European Tour player David Griffiths; alternatively they can upload videos of some of the world’s most famous golfers like Lee Westwood, Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy.
The upgrade cements Everyday Golf Coach’s place as the complete game improvement app. Golfers can now view the 32 easy-to-follow videos and learn key techniques and principles. They can then put these into practice, filming their own swing on their iPhone before checking their progress in the Analysis Suite, which allows users to view their action at four different speeds, frame by frame aided by a number of graphics.
The app covers all aspects of the game, broken down into seven sections looking at the core fundamentals, the swing, balance and timing, ball flight, putting, chipping and on-course challenges. It boasts a wide range of videos, including tee shots, playing from sloping lies, shots from the rough and an array of short game skills, all created with the philosophy of ‘no gloss, no cheap tips, just an expert package that will ultimately improve your game.’
Experienced Hertfordshire-based PGA professional Noel Rousseau, who designed, produced and presents the app, guides users through the SwingAnalyser, showing them things to look out for through the eyes of the professional.
Noel, a PGA professional for 12 years and accomplished coach who has worked with European Tour players, said: “The SwingAnalyser has been a great success on Everyday Golf Coach HD and I have received a lot of positive feedback from users who have been able to learn from the coaching videos and then compare their swings to golf’s top players.
“Now I want to help Smart Phone users benefit from the analysis suite with a free upgrade so they can view their swing, compare it to the professionals’ and, with the help of the coaching videos, become better players.”
Everyday Golf Coach has been downloaded more than 50,000 times on Apple iTunes since its launch, in March 2010, and both iPhone and iPad versions have consistently received five-star ratings and enjoyed glowing customer reviews on the iTunes App Store.
The imminent release of the next generation iPad is set to enhance Everyday Golf Coach HD even further, with the introduction of a built in camera making it much easier for users to record their swings.
The app can be downloaded to Smart Phones for £3.49 or £3.99 for the iPad version.
For further information visit www.everydaygolfcoach.com