Miami, Florida – With a new brand and updated app, Golf Boost is ready to help golfers take their swing to the next level. For those who aren’t already familiar with it, Golf Boost is a comprehensive swing analysis tool and golf lesson provider mobile app. With the app, users simply record their golf swing and the Golf Boost proprietary video recognition software returns a personalized golf lesson within seconds. With its recent release, Golf Boost has added hall of fame golf instructor Jim McLean to the team.
“Golf Boost is going to be the future of golf swing analysis and I want to be a part of it” says McLean.
McLean is a member of six halls of fame including the World Golf Teachers Hall of Fame. The renowned celebrity instructor frequently appears on the Golf Channel and other TV golf shows, and he offers advice in golf publications and on his own weekly PGA TOUR Radio show on SIRIUSXM.
As owner of nine Jim McLean Golf Schools in the U.S. and abroad, his academy is regarded as the world’s #1 golf school. He has taught more than 100 of the top PGA TOUR pros as well as numerous celebrity and top amateur golfers. Golf Boost by Jim McLean is now fully integrated, utilizing his system and teachings within each lesson. Users download the free Golf Boost by Jim McLean app and receive an introductory lesson, which consists of a video swing critique and a video solution, at no cost. Subsequent unlimited lessons are available for a nominal monthly charge of $4.99 and golfers can film and submit unlimited swings for analysis.
“With Jim McLean joining Golf Boost, it validates our patent pending technology which we have worked so hard to develop,” says CEO and Founder Paul Jaure. “Golf Boost by Jim McLean offers the most sophisticated swing analysis technology available anywhere.”
Golf Boost by Jim McLean also uses state of the art video recognition software to identify problems with the recorded swings that users upload. Once a user has recorded his swing and submitted it for analysis, the Golf Boost system is able to correctly identify issues with the swing mechanics and will provide a customized list of video lessons on how to correct problems. In a world that expects information to be readily available, Golf Boost by Jim McLean brings personalized lessons to golfers everywhere.
Features of the Golf Boost by Jim McLean app include:
* Personalized video lessons based on the unique needs of the recorded swing
* Jim McLean’s teaching system available on a mobile device to golfers worldwide
* Instant video feedback and swing analyzation
* Easily understood tips and instructions
* Engaging social network where users can share and track their progress with other golfers
* Low cost in comparison to actual golf lessons
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 8.0 or later
* 66.3 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Golf Boost by Jim McLean 3.0.0 is Free (with in-app purchases) and available worldwide through the App Store in the Sports category. There is also an Android version available on Google Play. Users download the free Golf Boost by Jim McLean app and receive an introductory lesson, which consists of a video swing critique and a video solution, at no cost. Subsequent unlimited lessons are available for a nominal monthly charge of $4.99 and golfers can film and submit unlimited swings for analysis.
Golf Boost develops the golf industry’s only fully-automated golf swing analysis app that can identify a golfer’s swing key positions and correct them in just seconds. Golf Boost’s proprietary technology utilizes world renowned golf instructor Jim McLean’s system to substantially improve golf swing performance. A user simply records a golf swing and immediately receives personalized corrective analysis and solution videos. Supporting a social community across multiple modules, Golf Boost’s golfer entertainment is both holistic and fun. Golf Boost intends to disrupt the golf analysis industry and has already improved thousands of golf swings. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2016 Golf Web Academy LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.Click here for reuse options!
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