Improve your swing anywhere and anytime with this $200 golf swing trainer – Boing Boing

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Finding the time to get out on the golf course can be challenging. And even though it sounds great in your head, skipping out early from work isn’t necessarily the most responsible choice. With the Phigolf Premium Swing Trainer, you can play golf anywhere and anytime
Improving your swing takes a lot of hard work, practice, and dedication. Unfortunately, professional golf lessons can be expensive and don’t always fit into a busy schedule. The Phigolf Premium Swing Trainer is an affordable alternative that allows you to work on your swing on your own time. It’s compact and easily fits into any bag for easy transport. Take it with you on travel, to the office, or enjoy playing in the comfort of your own home. Bonus points if you work remotely and can squeeze in some swings while on a call!
Phigolf uses Bluetooth to connect the weighted swing stick to the 9-axis 3D swing sensor. The on-screen avatar mirrors your swing onto a TV and can double as a simulator on a wall and records your speed stats as you go. In addition, the app has a variety of game modes — putting game, driver range, etc. — so you can focus on the areas you need improvement in the most. 
The mobile golf simulator has stunning photorealistic graphics that will make you feel like you’re right on the green. Visit virtual recreations of world-famous courses with other players in the Phigolf community and participate in friendly competitions with other golfers worldwide. Set up the Phigolf in your living room, workplace, hotel room, backyard, or game room. It makes a unique form of fun indoors and outdoors with family or friends. 
Reachpar.com gives a full review of the product listing all the perks of having it in your home. Rated 4 out of 5 stars on Amazon, golf lovers love this nifty swing trainer. One Amazon customer said, “As an avid golfer, I get restless during the cold months when outdoor golf is not comfortable. This great product is a fun and effective way to keep my golf game in shape when I can’t be on a course. The presentation on the apps is fantastic, and you get great feedback on your swing (head speed, tempo, angle of attack, etc.).”
Get the Phigolf Premium Swing Trainer Bundle for $199.99 (reg. $698), a savings of 89%! 
Prices subject to change. 
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