Golf News for Friday, November 8, 2013 | Products

SwingTIP mobile golf swing analyzer now offered at lower price

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- SwingTIP, the most complete and effective mobile golf swing analysis and training system on the market, is also now the most affordable. Announced, SwingTIP's new MSRP of $99.99 in the U.S. and Canada is more than 20% lower than the previous price of $129.99. The drop comes just in time for holiday shoppers looking for the perfect gift for the golfers on their list.

SwingTIP addresses key elements to improve a golfer's game. The small, lightweight motion sensor attaches to a golf club and syncs to an iPhone or Android smart phone to provide immediate and accurate real-time swing analysis along with auto-video capture. The user interface and embedded instruction tips/videos make it easy to identify and fix problem spots in real-time.

"As we continue to expand SwingTIP's capabilities and product offerings, it's important to us that we get the technology in the hands of as many golfers as possible," said Vijay Nadkarni, CEO of Mobiplex Inc., makers of SwingTIP. "This is the most competitively priced and advanced golf swing technology product on the market today. With an even more economical price point, we're happy to give more golfers the experience of understanding their swing and improving their game."

SwingTIP will be available this holiday season at the newly reduced price through a number of physical and online retailers. For a full list of retail partners, visit the "where to buy" section of the SwingTIP website here.

A great stocking stuffer, SwingTIP is now available in the U.S. and Canada for $99.99 and is sold online and in stores. For more information or to watch a video demonstration, please visit

About Mobiplex Inc.
SwingTIP® was created by Silicon Valley-based Mobiplex®, a revolutionary venture specializing in mobile sports performance technology. Its products are based on miniature Bluetooth-enabled motion sensors and mobile device apps to help athletes improve their skill levels for better enjoyment of the game. Leveraging sophisticated technology in biomechanics, pattern recognition and motion sensing, the company has developed its patent-pending ProView™ Motion Analysis™ engine that can accurately capture, analyze and digitally reproduce a sports motion in three dimensions. The company's first product, SwingTIP, delivers real-time, visual golf swing analysis and auto-video capture via a Bluetooth app-cessory and a personal web page. For more information, please visit or

Jill Mayer