Camera Alignment

1. Alignment Rods

In order to provide maximum portability, Live View Golf is designed to clip to an alignment rod that is common in many golfers’ bags. Practicing with an alignment rod insures that you get used to aiming correctly at your target and helps you create a consistent set-up to your ball.  If you do not have an alignment rod yet, you can pick one up at your local golf store or pro shop.  Our favorite trick is to use these driveway markers from Home Depot for only $1.99 each.

2. Camera Alignment

For downline video start by placing the first rod in your practice area and aim it at your target (If you don’t have a second rod for aiming, you can use a golf club as well).  Pace back about 12 feet (4-5 steps) and plant your second rod directly in line with the target line established by the first rod. make sure that the camera is set up directly behind your hands, aiming at the target line.

3. Mounting Height

Mount the camera at approximately belt height.

4. Setup Video

Patrick Parrish demonstrates how to set up the camera

WiFi Connection

3. Camera Connection

  1. If you haven’t installed the LiveViewGolf app yet, connect to App Store or Google Play to download the latest version of our app.
  2. Turn on the camera.  The camera may take 10-15 seconds to wake up and begin broadcasting its hotspot.
  3. Using your phone or tablet find the “LiveView######” hotspot and connect to it.  Your phone may ask you to confirm the connection because the hotspot does not have Internet access.
  4. Launch the LiveViewGolf App once the connection has been established.