6+ best software for golf swing analysis

By: Madeleine Dean
6 minute read

Are you looking for a good software for golf swing analysis? Do you want to become the best golf player on the field? If the answer is yes, check out our list of the best golf swing analysis tools.

The tools listed below are suitable for both beginners, as well as advanced golf players. We selected them using a series of straightforward criteria, such as: user reviews, ease of use, features, and more.

Golf swing analysis software to improve your game

Blast Golf Swing and Stroke Analyzer (recommended)

blast golf swing and stroke analyzer

Blast Golf is one of the leading swing analyzers on the market designed to give you real-time feedback. Their sensor goes on the end of your club and captures metrics for a full swing or putting stroke. Stroke and swing metrics allow you to analyze and improve your timing, tempo, face rotation, and much more.

In the box you will get the followings:

  • Blast Golf stroke and swing analyzer (sensor)
  • Black standard grip attachment
  • Clear oversized putter attachment
  • Wireless charger and charger cable
  • Free mobile app download included

The app is intuitive and you can easily learn how to use it once you get up and running. The Blast sensor easily and securely attaches to the grip of nearly any regulation putter, driver, iron or wedge. Smart video capture, adaptive slow-mo technology, and automatic video curation are supported in iOS/Android. You can share your metrics and videos instantly via Facebook, Twitter, and E-mail without leaving the mobile app.

This is a great tool, recommended by many players and embraced as a teaching tool as well. The main focus is on putting and it’s the most accurate diagnostic tool for recreational and professional golfers. The retail price is $149.95 at the moment.


V1 Home Software

V1 Home is one of the best sport analysis tools available on the market. It also supports golf analysis, allowing you to analyze and improve your style.

Using this tool is very simple, you first capture your golf performance on video and then open it in V1 Home. Then you highlight the areas that you want to improve using V1 Home’s drawing tools.

V1 Home also offers two additional services that will help you progress faster: you can send your videos to instructors for expert analysis and online lessons, as well as activate a complimentary membership to receive online lessons and model videos.

For more information, check out the video below:

You can download the tool for free. If you want to access additional features, you can buy the Premium version.


MotionView video analysis software

MotionView is an advanced video analysis software for golf professionals and amateur golf players. The tool has a very friendly and easy to use interface, that will help you to quickly analyze your golf swing and improve your movements.

MotionView supports multi-camera video capture (up to 8 camera, including high speed cameras), slow motion video analysis, split-screen video comparison, and more. All these features will help you improve your game in no time.

The built-in video file manager allows you to organize your golf videos easily so that you can track your progress at all times.

For more information about the MotionView golf analysis software, check out the video below:

You can buy MotionView from Golf Coach Systems.


DartFish sports video analysis software

Dartfish is a powerful sports video analysis software that you can use to analyze your golf videos. This tool is very versatile, and you can use it to improve your performance in other sports as well.

Darfish is suitable for professional golf players, as well as coaches and referees. It comes with many additional analysis tools (such as the dartfish.tv video analysis sharing site) that allow you to analyze golf performance to the tiniest detail. For this reason, you really need an equally powerful computer to process all this information.

Unfortunately, we can’t tell you how much Dartfish costs as there is no price list available. The company explains that the price you pay varies depending on your needs. As a result, you need to contact a Dartfish representative to get more information about the price list.

For more information about Dartfish, go to the tool’s official website.


Swing Catalyst Software

Swing Catalyst is a complex and powerful video analysis software especially developed for golf players. The tool offers you a bevy of features that will help you pinpoint the areas where you need to improve your style. You can use a wide range of drawing tools, slow motion playback, video overlay, side by side video comparison, and more.

If you’re a coach, you can use Swing Catalyst to record video summaries of your lessons and then share them through YouTube, email or the free Swing Catalyst app. You can also organize all your videos by name, date and time and you can sort your students’ swings based on the type of club and carry distance.

For more information, check out the video below:

If you’re a golf coach, Swing Catalyst is the perfect tool for you. You can try it for free for one month or buy it for a $34.95 monthly subscription.


GASP Lab

GASP Lab is a versatile golf swing analysis software that can be used by a variety of professionals, including professional coaches and players, amateur golf players, as well as national bodies and golfing Academies.

The tool offers high speed video support, integrated 3D motion analysis, force platform data, ball flight data and club data. It supports single and multiple camera videos.

GASP Lab also offers a series of features that support the communication between coaches and students. These include the Golf Swing App, diary and email merge, among other features.

For more information, check out the introduction video below:

You can buy GASP Lab from GASP Systems.


cSwing golf analysis software

cSwing is a useful golf analysis software that will help you improve your movements and become a better golf player. Don’t get fooled by the rather old and unpolished user interface. This tool offers you a long list of features that will help you perfect your game.

You can split the screen and view step-by-step swings alongside a tour professional, so that you can pinpoint the exact differences. You can also play the video at different speeds in order to detect faulty movements and correct them.

The tempo trainer allows you to perfect your moves and learn to hit like a Pro. You can also create drawings and annotations in the software that can be edited dynamically.

The tool also comes with a golfer’s notebook compatible with Microsoft Word, allowing you to track your progress.

It is worth mentioning that cSwing is compatible with older Windows versions, including Windows XP. You can also run the software on Windows 10, we installed and tested it and everything went smoothly.

You can try cSwing for free for 15 days or buy the tool starting for $149.00.


Conclusions:

The tools listed above are some of the best golf swing analysis software that you can use to perfect your game. Some of them are suitable for golf coaches (Swing Catalyst), others are perfect for amateur golf players (MotionView). Some tools require a powerful PC to run on, while other are compatible with older Windows version.

Take a sheet of paper and list all the things that you expect to find in a golf swing analysis software and then install the software that best suits your needs.

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