How to Purchase and Redeem your V1Golf Online Lesson with the Brad Brewer Golf Academy.
To purchase your online lesson, contact the Brad Brewer Golf Academy directly at 407-996-3306, via text 407-595-3645 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost per lesson is $50, and includes: • Complimentary download of V1Golf App for Apple and Android • A review of up to 8 swings per lesson • Down-the-line and face-on analysis of swing using V1's analyzer tool • Voice-over analysis • Email communication with Brad Brewer Golf Academy Online Coach • Identification of your most significant swing fault(s) • Visual comparison to Tour Player swing(s) • Corrective exercise(s) and drill(s) specific to your game development
Apple Device:After purchasing an Online Golf Lesson from the Brad Brewer Golf Academy and having downloaded the V1Golf App onto your device, you will need to send your first swing video to a Brad Brewer Golf Academy Instructor by choosing Instructor on your V1 Golf app. Next, upload the swings that you want analyzed. It’s really that simple! Please allow 24 hours for the Online Lesson to be delivered to your personal locker, again, located on the easy to use V1Golf App. iOS device users, simply follow the steps below. iOS Step 1: Open the V1 Golf app. If you haven’t already, download the free V1 Golf app iOS Step 2: Login If you already have a V1 Golf Account, log in. If not, select Sign Up on the login screen to create a new account. Once your account has been created, log in with your credentials.
iOS Step 3: Connect to the Brad Brewer Golf Academy Select Instructors on the bottom main menu. Then search for and select Brad Brewer Golf Academy, then select from our instructor list. iOS Step 4: Capturing or Importing a Swing Video To capture a real time swing, select the Camera icon on the bottom menu. To start the recording, tap the red icon at the bottom center of the screen. Press the red icon again to end capture. To import video from your Photos, tap Import in the lower left corner of the video capture screen. This will open the Photos app and allow you to select a video to import. Pro Tip: The stopwatch in the top right corner can be used to delay the start of capture if you are alone.
Pro Tip: Swipe left or right on the screen to activate the guide marker. The current mode is shown above the record button. This will add an alignment overlay to the viewfinder to help you determine the proper distance between subject and camera. Move closer or further away, until the subject fits approximately inside of the overlay area. This tool is only intended for camera alignment and will not appear in your recorded videos. Pro Tip: Swing videos should be taken at waist level either face-on (directly in front of the golfer) or down-the-line (facing the target with the golfer directly in-between).
iOS Step 5: Submit a swing Select Videos on the bottom main menu. Then select the three dot menu to the right of the video that you’d like to submit. Select Send Video to my Pro. Choose Send Video to my Pro again on the confirmation page. The app will display a progress meter showing the estimated upload time. Upload time is determined by the size of the file being sent and the speed of the connection being used to send it. Once the swing capture has been sent to us here at the Brad Brewer Golf Academy, we will receive an email notifying us of your request. IMPORTANT Once a video is sent (or shared) with us, the video will move from your Swings tab to the Lessons tab. It will no longer appear in your Swings tab. You will see it in the Lessons tab with a status indication and our name, Brad Brewer Golf Academy. It will show Sent when you send the swing, Accepted when we Accept it, and Completed when we send back your analysis as a lesson.
Android Device:If you have an Android, the step-by-step to sending a swing to your pro may look a little different. Follow the instructions below for an Android-specific guide to send a swing to us. Android Step 1: Open the V1 Golf app If you haven’t already, download the free V1 Golf app from the Google Play store. Android Step 2: Login If you already have a V1 Golf Account, log in. If not, select Create an Account on the login screen to create a new account. Once your account has been created, log in with your credentials.
Android Step 3: Capturing or Importing a Swing Video Press the Camera icon on the app home page to activate the camera. When the camera starts, you will find all recording functions along the bottom of the display. To record a new video, press the large red record icon at the bottom center of the screen to start the capture process, then press the red button a second time to end capture. To import an existing video from your Android Gallery, tap Import in the lower left corner instead of pressing record. This will open the Gallery feature and allow you to select which video to use. To exit capture mode, press the Back button on your device. Pro Tip: Swing videos should be taken at waist level either face-on (directly in front of the golfer) or down-the-line (facing the target with the golfer directly in-between).
Android Step 4: Select Academy and Instructor Open video to be submitted, then tap V1/Menu > Send to start the upload process. Click Change Academy to bring up the academy selection tool. Use the "Add a new Academy" option to search for Brad Brewer Golf Academy. Select your instructor from the BBGA Instructor list. Android Step 5: The video will automatically start uploading and be submitted to your BBGA Instructor. iOS & Android Step 6: Congratulations! You have just initiated your first online lesson with V1! Sit back and wait for us to review your swing submission and provide feedback. You should expect to hear back from us within 24-48 hours.
iOS & Android Step 6: Congratulations! You have just initiated your first online lesson with V1! Sit back and wait for us to review your swing submission and provide feedback. You should expect to hear back from us within 24-48 hours.
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