Golf.com adds free online video swing analysis

Interactive Frontiers, Inc., creator of the V1 Pro Digital
Coaching System, has partnered with Golf.com,
the digital home of GOLF Magazine and Sports Illustrated
’s
Golf Plus, to offer free online video swing analysis to consumers. The free swing analysis program available on Golf.com is sponsored by
The Royal Bank of Scotland Group (RBS). Golfers can take advantage of
the offer and learn more by clicking on http://www.golf.com/v1/.

“Golf.com and RBS provides us a tremendous
means to deploy the V1 platform to the everyday golfer,

said Interactive Frontiers CEO Chris Hart.
“Golf.com
attracts more than three million unique users per month and is the
pre-eminent portal for the avid golfer.

With this program, golfers are invited to download a free copy of V1
Home, a consumer version of their V1 Pro software, which allows them to
capture a video of their golf swing and send it to a V1 certified golf
teaching professional to receive their free swing analysis and
prescribed drills from Golf Magazine
’s Top 100
Instructors. In addition to Golf.com, V1 is developing several similar
programs within golf and other sports that allow user generated video
content to be submitted online for professional analysis by coaches and
instructors.

“The V1 platform allows us to deliver
personalized one on one instruction with our audience

this is a first,
” said GOLF Magazine Editor
David Clarke.
“The golf industry, especially
golf instructors has used their V1 Pro system for years to conduct video
swing analysis for golfers. The V1 Pro system is the #1 swing analysis
system in golf and is a preferred technology partner of the PGA of
America. That reputation and the company
’s
record of sustained excellence was the main reason we wanted V1 to
create this opportunity for Golf.com.

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