Suunto G6 golf watch

This watch gives you some great feedback on your golf swing.

Dave Phillips
Dave Phillips is one of the founders of the Titleist Performance Institute in Oceanside, California; he is Class A member of the PGA of America and has devoted the past 18 years to becoming a world-class instructor. He has his own television show on the golf channel, Golf Fitness Academy, and is regularly featured as a writer in several major golf and sports publications as well as on his site MyTPI.com. When he is not working at the Titleist Performance Institute, Phillips lectures around the world on golf-specific fitness and sports technology.
Dave Phillips

The Suunto G6 is a cool gadget for those golfers looking for some help with their swing. PGA tour star Davis Love III is just one of many tour players that have used the G6 to measure things such as tempo,rhythm,backswing length and clubhead speed according to suunto.

The watch uses miniaturized sensors called "accelerometers" to measure various aspects of your golf swing. From takeaway to contact the watch records some 200 plus measurements during your swing.

I have used the G6 and it definitely has some benefits, the clubhead speed numbers are the only ones that I have a problem with, the watch is on your wrist so how can it possibly measure clubhead speed, it is more like hand speed. I do however like the tempo and backswing length calculations.

I think the Sunnto G6 is just a sign of things to come and it is definitely worth looking at.