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Friday, January 18, 2013
Swingbyte To Unveil Next-Generation Enhancements at Demo Day And PGA Show; Top Instructors To Demo Golf's Most Trusted Mobile Swing Analyzer
CHICAGO, Ill. (Jan. 18, 2013) - Swingbyte, which was one of golf's breakout products in 2012, returns to the PGA Merchandise Show with next generation enhancements that will be demonstrated by the company's volunteer Professional Advisory Board of leading instructors. In addition, Swingbyte will introduce multiple business solutions to PGA Professionals who incorporate the 3-D mobile swing analyzer into their instruction program.

Members of the Swingbyte Professional Advisory Board, including Brad Redding, Kevin Weeks and Chris O'Connell, will participate in multiple Swingbyte demonstrations during Demo Day and at the PGA Merchandise Show.

Redding, a PGA Master Professional and a Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher, will kick off the Swingbyte demonstrations by leading instructors at Demo Day at 1:30 p.m. O'Connell, vice president of Plane Truth Golf and a Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher; and Weeks, one of Golf Digest's Top 50 instructors, also will meet with PGA Professionals and media at Swingbyte's PGA Show booth (No. 781).

Swingbyte uses a lightweight sensor, an advanced mathematical algorithm and Bluetooth connectivity to digitize a golfer's swing and communicate in real-time key swing measurements including club head speed, swing path and impact angles.

Swingbyte weighs less than an ounce and attaches to any club just below the grip. As the club makes contact with the ball, the wireless sensor transmits a 3-D digital version of the swing to the Swingbyte app, which is available on Apple and Android smartphones and tablets. The swing image - along with measurements of club head speed, swing plane, face angle, loft and lie angles and tempo - can be viewed during practice sessions and archived in the cloud for future reference.

Swingbyte can be ordered through the company's website, Swingbyte.com, and purchased at more than 1,800 AT&T retail stores. Swingbyte's price of $149 includes the Swingbyte unit, the free Swingbyte app and an online account that includes additional analytics, community rankings and personal trends.

About Swingbyte
Swingbyte is a patent-pending 3-D golf swing analyzer that helps golfers improve their golf swings, whether they are working by themselves or with an instructor. Swingbyte captures key metrics from a golf swing and wirelessly transmits the information and an interactive visual representation of the swing to a smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth technology. For more information, including a video that shows how Swingbyte works, please visit swingbyte.com, email founders@swingbyte.com or call 877-293-2549.
Contact:
Bill Bryant, Bryant Marketing Communications
bbryant@bryantmarcomm.com, 678-366-3232

Brian Payne, Swingbyte
founders@swingbyte.com, 877-293-2549 (x702)

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