Golf has always been a great source of recreation and fun activity for sports freaks. Working on your swing and upgrading it is a great way to take your game to another level even if the person is just plying it for unwinding and is not a pro.

Talking about swings, their development is greatly based upon proper body positioning which is of crucial importance in the game. Affording a golf coach can be really expensive at times, hence the latest technology amalgamated into wearable – the SwingLync – brings body positioning analysis to everyday golfers. It gives some real-time feedback at the range, helps in identify and fix the biggest swing flaws.

The SwingLync consists of three wireless sensors which can be fasten to the users waist, wrist and back. It can capture the movements even in the micro details and the data can be synced to the Bluetooth to the corresponding smart phone for further user-based analysis according to customizable skill level.

The data analysis can represent a visual snapshot of body posture at every stage of swing. It color codes the movements in green and red based on how correct they are, and hence helps in making adjustments to them. This could be, for example, “rotate more”, “rotate less”, or “bend more”. The settings allow you to adjust the gadget to your skill level.

The SwingLync can be used to capture setup, top, impact, and finish; which are the most important swing movements. The movements can be recorded over time and can be presented in a chart according to the progress. For the time, it is available at a price of 199$ and up, crowdfunded by Kickstarter.