Here are a few items that can help you make your next round of golf more recreational.
This year we decided to do something different. Rather than make room for anything and everything that hit our inbox with the subject line of “Holiday Gift Ideas”, we decided to offer you a Holiday Guide full of gift ideas that we actually believe in.
What’s here is nothing less than the best products we tested in 2015. With prices that range for less than $20 to just a hair under $800, our guide has that proverbial something for everyone, or at least every golfer on your list.
Look, we get. While there is more choice than ever before in the marketplace, some of you are fiercly loyal to your favorite brand. Your not interested in what the other guys are doing, you simply want to know which driver from your favorite manufacturer is best suited to your game.
TaylorMade fans, we have your answers.
When shopping for a swing analyzers, you need to focus on two words: Actionable Data.
Those two words define the foundation of what matters when choosing the right digital swing analyzer for your particular needs.
While nearly every model tested offers a standout feature, our Most Wanted Swing Analyzers are those that reliably collect data, and present that data in an easy to digest format through clean and intuitive user interfaces.
Which push cart is the best?
Which carts are the most maneuverable? Which offer consoles with massive storage space? Which carts hand cart bags as well as carry bags? Which fold up light and tight? That’s quite a few questions, but don’t worry, we have the answers.
Ownership of launch monitors (accurate ones) has traditionally been limited to golf teaching professionals, club fitters, and the rich (and potentially famous). That’s understandable given the cost of these systems, but that’s changing…quickly. As the technology to measure ball flight becomes more accessible and more affordable, several manufacturers have entered what we call the personal launch monitor space.
That sounds great, but a launch monitor is only useful if it really is accurate, and at an absolute minimum, consistent.
Can a personal launch monitor offer that? [READ MORE]
Lately we’ve been inundated with a rash of direct to consumer golf balls. Each claims to be something extraordinary. They’re “Tour Level’ or “Really straight”, and each ball pushes some sort of outstanding value.
Each one has some sort of distinct hook; subscription services, charitable donations, eco-frienly packaging (or lack thereof), or a metal core. No doubt some of these value-added features will be of interest to some of you, but at the end of the day it should be about performance and value.
What we really want to know is: Are any among this new wave of direct to consumer golf balls worth putting in your bag? [READ MORE]
Looking for the absolute best carry bag in golf? Man, it ain’t an easy thing to sort out.
Is there a more confused category in golf than stand bags? Call them carry bags and you imply something that isn’t true for 90% of us. What is it you’re really looking for?
Do you buy a stand bag because it weighs practically nothing, ideal for your 54 hole marathon; or do you simply want what amounts to a lightweight cart bag, something with plenty of storage, that’s just a bit easier to carry from the car to the driving range and back?
Whatever your reason for choosing a carry/stand bag instead of a cart bag, we’ve got you covered. This guide will help you zero in on the BEST bag your particular needs. [READ MORE]
Whether you push a cart or ride in one, we’ve put together a list of cart bags guaranteed to satisfy your every need. These bags will hold your clubs, and plenty more.
For this year’s Most Wanted Cart Bag Test we examined 24 bags from 10 different manufacturers. As you’ll see, our top 3 finishers were very close, but we can confidently say that our winner is the best cart bag on the market for 2015.
Time for a new cart bag? Let’s look at your options. [READ MORE]
Handheld Golf GPS Units may all appear to be nearly identical on the surface outside of screen size, but when you start to dig in and ask, why would a golfer use this, the test results quickly separate the winners from the rest. Your biggest question this year for handheld GPS will come down to if you want a small, medium or large screen and if you’d prefer to do software/map updates via wifi or through USB interface.
While the answers may appear simple, the testing was thorough and The Most Wanted Handheld GPS winner was put through the paces rain and shine to give you the insight you need to make your buying decision.[READ MORE]