Sport One to One has announced the launch of Golf121, an innovative one-to-one coaching app designed to offer golfers personalised PGA Professional instruction straight to their phones.
The Golf121 app - available for immediate download on iOS platforms - has three features to enable players to get the most from their games.
Golfers can send a video of their swing to a PGA coach and receive personalised video analysis and critique back within 24 hours.
With each purchased lesson, players will also be handed a range of tailored drills and skills games to supplement the video feedback.
Golf121 also gives players access to 34,000 worldwide scorecards and a GPS-enabled range finding device to help with distances and yardages.
What's more, the personal profile function tracks the consistency of your driving and approach shots, and the app is able to generate live leaderboards for golfing groups.
There is also an opportunity to connect with other golfers around the world via Golf121's social feature.
"We are extremely proud to have designed a product that offers a total coaching solution to golfers who want to improve their game without having to see a coach every weekend," said John Robinson, CEO and founder of Golf121.
"The app is the first of its kind taking us worldwide, hence an exciting time to be part of Golf121 along with out partners, IMG and their Golf Advisory Division."
Michael Pask, Senior Vice President of Golf & Academies, Sport Leisure and Tourism, added:
"As golf moves forward the game is reacting to technology in different ways and we believe that the Golf121 application is a fantastic tool for the modern golfer to utilise technology to improve their game."
Golf121 is available to download from the app store now. For more information, visit www.golf-121.com
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