June 2013

20 Great items under $100

Labels: Equipment
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PUMA
PUMA Golf's breathable Faas Lite Mesh shoe ($90) may be the lightest men's golf shoe ever at 6.5 ounces. Its cleatless sole has zero heel-to-toe drop. The shoe itself is incredibly flexible, which helps increase ground contact throughout your swing for better traction and stability. (puma.com)

TRUE LINKSWEAR
TRUE linkswear's sensei shoe ($99) is mind-blowingly lightweight and comfortable. Its mesh upper keeps your feet cool, while the cleatless rubber outsole maximizes your foot traction on all surfaces. (truelinkswear.com)

TOUREDGE
The head on Tour Edge's BackDraft GT+ driver ($99) is made of a titanium-scandium alloy with a high strength-to-weight ratio, but generates the sound and feel of titanium. It's forgiving on misses, and its low-deep CG helps get the ball airborne. (touredge.com)

PING
PING's Moonlite bag ($99) weighs a tad over two pounds, and is ergonomically designed to pack your entire set, while still remaining comfortable over your shoulder. It features three pockets, plus an adjustable standing strap, that makes the bag easy to lift without bending down. (ping.com)

CLUBGLOVE
ClubGlove's six-pocket Sunday bag ($99) weighs just 2.5 pounds, and it has an outer shell made of UV-protected, water-resistant nylon that's far stronger and more durable than standard polyester. Its shoulder strap converts from dual to single quickly. (clubglove.com)

FOOTJOY
FootJoy's breathable SciFlex glove ($19) offers nice gripping power in all climate conditions. Its palm and fingers feature advanced leather that actually gets tackier as the rain picks up. (footjoy.com)

CONSISTENT-TEE
The beveled Consistent-Tee ($6.99/pack of 10) soundly demonstrates that when the ball's equator is lined up with the top of the clubhead at address, it's the optimum tee height for maximizing distance and trajectory. The biodegradable product was reformulated this year for improved durability. (consistenttee.com)

TIFOSI
Tifosi's frameless Podium S sunglasses ($80 with FotoTec transition-style lenses, $70 without) come with three interchangeable lenses that each snap into place. Weighing just 29 grams, it has adjustable temples and a rubber nosepiece. (tifosioptics.com)


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