Q : My Driver distance is about 250 yards, but SLX MicroSim/TittleX calculates it at 230 yards?
A : The SLX MicroSim/TittleX detects instant wrist movement (wrist release movement) at the moment of impact, so the estimated distance may vary slightly depending on the golfer's swing type. Since the sensor is designed based on the general wrist release of a professional golfer, differences may occur depending on the golfer's wrist release such as power hitters and swingers. However, it has an excellent ability to calculate the exact same distance for the same swing. Please use the club-specific distance adjustment function in the E6 Connect software found here: "Blue settings gear icon in the lower right side of the home screen -> Simulator -> Tracking Sytem > SwingLogic - SLX OR TittleX [for lefties] -> Configure." You can adjust the distance for each swing type from -10% to +10%. In addition, if you are using the SLX MicroSim with a real golf club, please set club type as a real club in the club selection menu, if it is set as a default swing stick. When swinging with the swing stick, swing distance may extend up to 5% than the actual club.
Tips & Tricks : SLX MicroSim/TittleX calculates the distance by detecting wrist release at the moment of impact. Try to downswing smoother than usual and try to release it quicker than usual at the moment of impact, and you will be able to immediately feel the change in distance. Moreover, check where the "Click" sound comes from the tittle stick. It is a good swing when you hear a click sound at or after passing the location of a ball. If you hear "Click" sound before the impact moment, try to release your wrist a little more earlier
Q : After the swing, the direction of the ball continues to hook or slice?
A : Ball direction may differ depending on the type of grip in the golfer's setup posture. However, if the direction of golf is going consistently left or right, the sensor is working normally. If your ball always goes left or right, check the sensor’s horizontal position during setup. If your ball goes to the hook (left), it's possible that you normally swing with the usual club slightly open, or your wrist may be a hook grip type. During setup, swing with the sensor set horizontally or slightly tilted to the left. On the other hand, if your ball is always going to the right, it is possible that your sensor was slightly tilted to the left during setup. Try to set the sensor horizontally or slightly to the right and swing.
Tips: By slightly adjusting the horizontal position while setting up the sensor, you can manipulate the results of hook/draw, slice/fade pitches during the game. If the tree in front is distracting you and you need to swing with a hook, swing the sensor with the sensor slightly tilted to the right. You can get great draw or hook results. Try to tilt the sensor the other way for the slice. Also, try to set the Difficulty in the settings to adjust the sidespin. For beginners, if your ball goes left/right too much, try to set difficulty as Easy and you can get a straight easier. If you are an experienced golfer who can control the hook or slice with your intention, set Difficulty to Very Hard, so you can adjust the release at impact for the more dynamic game.
Q : The sensor doesn’t recognize my swing when putting, and it's too difficult to putt a short putt.
A : The SLX MicroSim sensor is designed to analyze the swing in the steps of “Setup> Backswing> Down Swing> Impact”. In other words, in order not to recognize body movements other than the swing as a swing, it is designed to not enter the next step if a certain range of backswing speed is not met after the setup position. When it comes to putting, many golfers have very different swing types. If your swing is not recognized well for the short putt, try to backswing a little faster, or change the Sensitivity setting to “High” or “Very High” in the setup menu. Sensitivity is a function to adjust the recognition of an incorrect swing when there is a lot of waggle (moving hands a lot before setup), and if a swing is not recognized well because of the slow backswing, set Sensitivity to "Very High" to recognize the swing more easily.
Tips: While playing, click the More button at the bottom left of E6 Connect and change the shape settings of the ball. For the user, you can putt more comfortably when the ball is visible on the screen.
Q : The sensor doesn’t recognize my swing when chipping short distances?
A: Again, the SLX MicroSim/TittleX calculates the distance by detecting wrist release at the moment of impact. So for shorter chips, try a shorter backswing and "flick/flip" the wrists a bit more down to impact so that the sensor can detect the slight chipping motion. To sum this up, the shorter the chip...the shorter the backswing, but making sure the wrist "flick/flip" is there for impact/movement detection for the sensor. Likewise, the longer the chip...the longer the backswing, still making sure the wrist "flick/flip" is there for impact/movement detection for the sensor.