lets say I am more interested in the potential to go to the driving range, set something up quickly and easily and play a simulated round at the driving range...will either Mevo monitor do that on a phone?
To answer questions I anticipate, I don't run with an ipad or lap top so those aren't really options for me and with a game room and music room, convincing the wife I need a golf room has not proven fruitful...and when it comes to the numbers, while I know the basics...I want an inside out swing, etc, the smash factor and angle of attack and so forth are beyond my technical knowledge or interest so it might be the, on this site, oft-maligned Garmin R10 would be better as an overpriced simulator toy, just looking at options; would prefer the better quality Mevo if it does what I want, particularly since the alignment issue I keep hearing about is something I will struggle with
I was on the fence about it last year and I’m still on the fence about it now, but I’d definitely get the upgrade if I do get it. The stuff they added is really the data I’m after for my own practice, so if anything yea it’s more expensive, but it’s also more attractive to me now.
I'm in the same boat, will be getting the Mevo+ next year when my new house is done for my garage simulator setup, but probably will have to wait on the Pro Package for at least a few months, maybe until I get a bonus at work or something.
I can get plenty of value and use out of the regular Mevo+ in terms of both helping improve my game and just to have fun with friends, I'm not sure if the added data points are going to be worth an extra $1,000 to me or not.
I mean from 60° at A6 to ~0° vs 90° to ~0°. It’s less squaring required in the same window of the downswing. But yea I see what you mean, it’s the same RoC.
Is it not a valid point, though? If the goal of reducing RoC resulted in a slower swing, that might not necessarily be a good thing. Generally when a player changes one element of a swing, others can be affected as well, right?