I'm not sure how helpful it is in terms of telling you what to work on. It wanted to give me anti-slice advice, and I never slice! Seriously though, my miss is a big hook, so I wasn't sure what to make of it.
i think the best part is how it records video of your swings automatically and cuts them perfectly. You can easily delete the ones you don't want. Only thing I haven't figured out is how to export them. The built-in editor leaves something to be desired, and I'm not sure you can share them outside of the Zepp app.
124 yards to the green. I had no sight of the green because I was tight up against large bush which was to my right. The green was at a forty five degree angle to my right. All I could do was to loft the ball very quickly and put a lot of fade on it. I ensured the ball was towards my left foot, and put my right foot forward of my left foot. I took out my 7 iron, because I knew that whilst a higher lofted club would give me greater height more quickly, it wouldn't give me the distance. It all came to together beautifully and the ball ended up 10ft from the pin. Unfortunately the rest of the round was dreadful !!
It's important to me to always be working on one swing improvement area. However, this past season I'm not always sure what to prioritize my focus on. I'm much better than I used to be, but still nowhere near where I know I could be. So I'm considering a swing analyzer like Zepp to help me identify what to work on. Seems like something I can use on my own and at any time is a good idea. Or is it? What's the best tactic to help you identify what is happening with your swing and where to focus your practice? I took lessons a couple seasons ago and will again but I'd like something more frequent.