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Tittle X Golf Simulator

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  • Tittle X Golf Simulator

    This is something new I found. It's the Tittle X Golf Simulator from Mine just arrived two days ago. The Tittle X device is not meant to be a full impact simulator, but more of a practice tool with simulator feedback. It comes with a short two foot club called a swing stick that's weighted to feel like a real club and has a mechanical head that provides a 'kick' when the club is at it's lowest swing trajectory giving it the haptic feedback of striking a ball. The Title X device is very similar in concept to the R-motion device. You have a small thumb size bluetooth device that clips onto the the 'swing stick' that does what the R-motion does. It records all of the club swing parameters and calculates clubs speed, ball flight distance. The software provided is the E6 Truegolf simulator with a 12 courses. Tittle provides a very professional looking middleware that reads the bluetooth data and feeds processed swing data to the E6 Truegolf software. I also found on the Google play store that Tittle has an beta version Android golf simulator that gives you a diving range and a few holes of golf. In addition to the Tittle deice, they also give you two additional clips for your own clubs, one for your 7-iron and one for your putter although they say on their website not to use real balls because it 'will' damage the device. They say nothing about foam balls though. So the way it's designed it's perfect for practicing in your living room or office, were ceilings may be low. It's a great system for the kids, or for folks trapped in a snow bound apartment building. For indoor use, indoor practice, or teaching your kids golf, it's a wonderful device and safe for your ceilings.

    The quality of the Swing stick, and Tittle device are excellent and durable. The Tittle X thumb size device has a very readable white LED display that shows displays info on the status of the chip. It shows charging scale, 'Ready' message, 'Swing' the time, swing speed and yardage. The E6 Truegolf simulator is very responsive with very very little lag between ball impact and simulator action. Same with the Android beta simulator. It's a Great device to just have fun with.

  • Am enjoying using the device, mainly on the range for now but a few rounds also.
    An E6 Connect update went on today, a refresh of the layout and menus but were there other updated things to look out for?
    Also, is there an explanation to how it works out swing score - often the ones I think are good rate lower than the pull hooks 😲😁


    • Anybody have any experience with TittleX and using a Galaxy watch or Apple Watch instead of the tittleX sensor? Looks like an interesting option but would love to know how it plays.


      • I had some experience with the galaxy watch. It works and it seems to work well with the swing stick. For real clubs, it really generates some funky ball flights and on real ball strikes the game gave really horrible results. It's a free watch app download from the Galaxy app store, search for 'tittleX'. If you already a Tittle license on E6 Connect, that is all you need. You just select the tittle-w Bluetooth-id in the simulator configuration area of E6 connect and that's it. By the way, if you already have a galaxy watch 2 or galaxy watch active 2 (probably 3 as well), you can download the E6 Connect free demo and it should work as well for testing. If you already have the Tittle license and the watch, just give it a try. I saw that somewhere on the tittle sites that you can buy a stand-alone 'galaxy watch tittle license at a pretty reasonable price. But I would try the demo first to see it in action.

        Tittle is supposed to have a version for the Apple watch if anyone has that but since I don't I've never looked into it.
        Last edited by Chuck; 11-21-2020, 12:01 AM.