Hot Golf Products for Summer 2016

Colorful new golf balls, a pain-fighting glove, distance clips, a Pebble Beach book and more
Warm Up July 2016

POCKETEC COPPER-INFUSED GLOVE It’s as inevitable as death, taxes and double-bogeys: If you’re a golfer, somewhere along the line those hands are gonna start hurting. Fatigue, arthritis, basic muscle ache, whatever — thousands of gribs over a lifetime will take their toll. That’s where Pocketec’s new grip comes in. The pain relief properties of its Read more…

TomTom Golfer 2 Watch

Equipment Briefs: new golfers smartwatch
TomTom Golfer 2 Watch

Just in time for your first round of the season, TomTom offers its newest golfers smartwatch, the ultra-slim TomTom Golfer 2. This easy-to-use, unobtrusive GPS-enabled watch is designed to help all types of golfers improve their game with new features including Automatic Shot Detection to see at a glance how far you’ve hit each ball, Read more…

Golfsmart Teams With Volvik

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Golfsmart Teams With Volvik

Things are heating up outside, so it’s time to load up on the kind of nutrient and energy-packed golf drink that’ll keep you strong through the entire round and keep you from losing focus. A new product called GOLFSmart, a scientifically-based dietary supplement engineered expressly for the game of golf, has entered into a co-branding Read more…

Bag Boy Electric Carts

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Bag Boy has been rolling out push carts for 70 years, and they keep coming up with cool new models sporting the latest technology. Their new line of Quad Series electric carts — dubbed Navigator, Coaster and Hunter — are 22 percent smaller than previous models. All feature digital electronics with full color displays, super Read more…

Gifts For The Golfing Dad

MISIG STRETCHING SYSTEM Fitness-minded golfers are no strangers to resistance bands, those stretchy strands of rubber that help strengthen the body from shoulders to ankles. But The MISIG — which stands for the Most Important Stretch in Golf — is something new, a complete golf performance program that includes a stretching program, swing training program Read more…

Ping Rolls Out the G Forces with New Golf Clubs

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G DRIVER Dragonflies? Semi trucks? What do they have do with golf club design? Leave it to the iconoclastic team at PING to answer the question. Take the new G Driver: A close-up photograph of a dragonfly taken by John Solheim, PING chairman and CEO, was the inspiration for the primary innovation in this sleek Read more…

Titleist Tops for 2016 Golf Clubs, Balls

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NXT, NXT TOUR & VELOCITY Once again Titleist gets to the core of the matter with its new NXT Tour, NXT Tour S and Velocity golf balls for 2016 — and the cover of the matter, too. New NXT Tour has been engineered for even longer distance, while new NXT Tour S offers its softest Read more…

Tour Edge’s Affordable Golf Quality

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EXOTICS EX9 DRIVERS The Exotics EX9 and EX9 Tour’s new Full-­Speed Impact design maximizes club head speed through a sloped crown and a subtle sole design optimizing weight distribution. The EX9 models are available in four clubheads, and feature adjustability options including loft, lie angles, and an interchangeable sole weight. The drivers encompass ideal sound, Read more…

Wilson Staff Still a Golf Leader

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WILSON STAFF DUO URETHANE BALLS Committed to innovation, Wilson Staff continues to transform golf ball technology, further solidifying its claim to offering the softest golf balls. The new 55 compression DUO Urethane is the latest addition to the revolutionary DUO line which also includes the 29 compression DUO, with two Ionomer layers, and the 35 Read more…

TaylorMade Makes Golf Waves with M2

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M2 It seems like yesterday that the highly touted M1 line of clubs from TaylorMade hit the shelves, but now we’re on to the M2, which the company calls an improvement from stem to stern, giving golfers even more power of the tee, accuracy, feel and control over their club’s settings In M2, engineers have Read more…

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