South Korea\u2019s Infinics promises that its golf putter, the DiXX Blu Digital Instructor, will improve your short game thanks to a set of sophisticated sensors that measure your stance and swing.The Dixx Blu has a small liquid crystal display (LCD) screen that is used to aim. Users adjust their stance and the position of the putter so that a small red dot is centered in crosshairs displayed on the screen. When the user\u2019s stance is correct and the dot is centered, it turns green, signaling that the user is ready to hit the ball.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nDiXX Blu DigitalThe putter, which goes on sale later this month, was on display this week at the Ceatec exhibition in Chiba, Japan. It will be priced at 98,000 yen (US$832) in Japan.Using an intertial navigation system that tracks the putter\u2019s position and a micro electromechanical system motion sensor, the Dixx Blu is able to collect detailed information about a golfer\u2019s swing, including the path of the swing, swing speed, impact position and the angle of the putter\u2019s face.Based on this data, the putter is able to analyze the swing, presenting a detailed report immediately after the golfer swings. This helps players to identify the areas where they need improvement, Infinics said.Once golfers have perfected their swing with the Dixx Blu, they can swap the putter\u2019s terminal, which includes the display and sensors, for a dummy weight designed to be used on the golf course.-Sumner Lemon, IDG News Service (Singapore Bureau)Related Link:\n\nMastering the Secret Etiquette of GolfCheck out our CIO News Alerts and Tech Informer pages for more updated news coverage.