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Components

The three components of the T1 are designed to effectively work on your putting stroke through movement guidance and ball-interfering exercises.

Base Unit

The Base Unit

The hardware to enable the putting drills. It is the interface between the player that is practicing and the Smart Coach, that is choosing the right training.

  • Complete swing isolation for more feedback and better ball control
  • Microprocessing optoelectronical sensor data to ensure ball and club detection
  • Innovative EI-RandomBOX-Technology to eliminate yips-severity fluctuation
Sensor

The Sensor S1

A measurement tool that is able to track the motion sequence during the putting stroke and wirelessly transmit the data to the Smart Coach.

  • Gyroscope and Accelerometer for detailed swing detection with more than 900 datapoints per second
  • Point of Impact-Recognition enables precise and instant yips-analysis
  • Ultralight Case with polyelastomer sweeps stabilzes and ensures natural feeling
Smart Coach

Smart Coach

A virtual coach, that individually adjusts the training protocols to the player’s personal progress. It visualizes the improvement after analyzing the data from the sensor.

  • Comfortable progress tracking thru calculation and illustration of personal yips and swing metrics
  • Visualization of session progress for maximum control of the status
  • Integrated TYCHE Y-Free™ Technology for personalized session mode calculation

Dimensions

Base Station Dimensions

Lenght: 62.0 cm

Width: 29.7 cm

Height: 18.2 cm

Weight

Weight

Base Station: 5200 g

Sensor: 170 g

Power

Power Supply

3.7V DC, 400mAh

Success Stories

„I have been using the TYCHE T1 for almost 9 weeks now. My short game got significantly better. What makes it great is that I have got the confidence in my skills - with every putt.“

Thomas K.

„Because of the yips I started putting cross handed years ago. Today was the first time I putted with a normal grip again.“

Wolfgang H.

"I have been using the TYCHE T1 for almost 9 weeks now. My short game got significantly better. What makes it great is that I have got the confidence in my skills - with every putt."

Patrick J.

What is the yips?

The yips are involuntary tremors or spasms in your forearms and hands just prior to impact. They poison your putting stroke, transforming a smooth pendulum motion into an uncontrollable and inconsistent movement. The yips don’t just ruin your score. They spoil your enjoyment of the game.