Golf Gadgets® – Ground Stake Swing Recording System | Mount Your Smartphone. Great for the Range, or Course. Compatible with Most Phones.

Ground Stake Golf Swing recording system for use with any phone model up to 85mm wide. Stick this stake into the grass to capture footage while you practice, or while you play. Now you can make epic videos to share with family and friends. Get a solid grip on your Smartphone to record your swing while practicing. The phone holder screws in place tightly for increased stability and control, making it easy to aim the camera and frame your shots with confidence. Also works with GoPro Cameras via tripod adapter that is included. Why risk dropping your device while recording your swing, or playing golf? Golf Gadgets® make it easy to share video, or immersive live streaming video with your followers on FB live, or just take pictures via camera timer app. Now you can easily record your swing for analysis, without the risk of dropping your phone. Don’t miss another opportunity to enhance your game, make a cool video, or capture pictures for social media.

Product Features

  • RECORD YOUR SWING – This Ground Stake includes the a spring loaded Phone clamp that works with most Smartphones. Opens up to 85mm wide, strong grip, no slip.
  • YOUR DEVICE TOO LARGE? – If you have a larger device, see our Jumbo Phone Holder Add-On listing (sold separately). Buy it in conjunction with this item so you can use any size of phone, it works with iPhone 6, or Galaxy Note.
  • EASY TO USE- Universal Phone Clamp attaches to the mount and provides a secure hold on your phone so it will stay in place. Use to record your swing at the range, or record video on the course. Capture video, snap photos via camera timer, or use for time lapse.
  • PRACTICE RANGE, OR COURSE – Stick this ground stake into the grass while at the range, or while playing the course. Easy to use anywhere on the course.
  • WHAT’S INCLUDED – Ground Stake, Phone holder clamp, tripod adapter, screw, screw adapter. Increases Stability: Helps you capture steadier footage compared to holding the camera by hand.

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