Q : The sensor doesn’t recognize my swing when putting, and it's too difficult to put a short putt.
A : The tittle sensor is designed to analyze the swing in the steps of “Setup> Backswing> Down Swing> Impact”. In other words, in order not to recognize body movements other than the swing as a swing, it is designed to not enter the next step if a certain range of backswing speed is not met after the setup position. When it comes to putting, many golfers have very different swing types. If your swing is not recognized well for the short putt, try to backswing a little faster, or change the Sensitivity setting to “High” or “Very High” in the setup menu. Sensitivity is a function to adjust the recognition of an incorrect swing when there are a lot of waggle (moving hands a lot before setup), and if a swing is not recognized well because of the slow backswing, set Sensitivity to "Very High" to recognize the swing more easily.
Tips & Tricks : While playing, click the More button at the bottom left of E6 Connect and change the shape settings of the ball. For the tittle user, you can putt more comfortably when the ball is visible on the screen. (Refer to the lower right figure)