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Online video golf swing analysis
By Jason Sobel
You may feel like smooth-swinging Ernie Els on the driving range, but trust us: You look like slap-chopping Charles Barkley. For many hackers, taking lessons from a pro seems like a daunting -- and potentially embarrassing -- proposition. Enter SwingCzar. Through the company, golfers can record their swings on anything from high-powered video cameras to those on phones, then upload for analysis from a PGA instructor. A single swing analysis costs just $24.95, while a set of three -- through which you can be critiqued on your improvement -- runs $69.95. There's no guarantee that you'll resemble the Big Easy afterward, but you will look a lot less like Sir Charles.
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