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Medicus Power Meter

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  • Medicus Power Meter

    Just a for fun thread and because I am curious. I have a medicus power meter thing. Its from like 2009, and its fun to mess with and try different swings techniques. I find it extremely inconsistent when hitting a ball. Different ball, same swing, same strike, drastically different number. A bad strike will also make it give some very inconsistent numbers.

    It is very consistent when practice swinging, but I am unsure if it is very accurate. I can consistently get it to read 130 mph+ and it seems plausible that it could be my max but I want to be sure. I want to know for sure my max so i can continue to work on making that max occur at the ball. I enjoy the long drive side of golf, though I doubt i will ever try to compete, its a lot of fun to work on for golf scrambles.

    Anyways, has anyone tried one of these devices? Was it accurate?

  • #2
    Nevermind, just proved its accuracy with my swing speed radar and a weighted club I built that eliminates the guesswork of what part of the clubhead the radar picked up. Verified I top out around 130, so the medicus powermeter seems to be accurate, at least for practice swings with no ball.


    • #3
      That's some swing speed. Only 18 players average above 120 mph swing speed on the PGA tour.


      • #4
        Im a firm believer that everyone has a pretty high ceiling if they put the effort in.