March 2010

The Latest in golf equipment, instruction, training aid, apparel and more

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Bag Boy’s new Express Auto Push Cart ($189) features a one-step folding mechanism that enables the cart to open and close with one simple fold, making it easy to collapse and store. The lightweight model can carry any-sized bag and is equipped with G-Force wheel technology. It includes an adjustable handle, parking brake, beverage holder, scorecard holder and mesh storage bag.

The Wire golf bag ($110) is yet another out-of-the-box offering from OGIO Golf. The Sherlock Plaid design (shown) brought to mind 19th century London when we first saw it. But there’s no mystery as to what makes the Wire a must-have. It has a seven-inch Woode top, 2-to-1 Crossbow shoulder-strap system, neoprene handle, fleece-lined valuables pocket and magnetic tee pocket. Also comes in Hoth Camo, Stealth and Red colors.

Built with Sun Mountain’s four-wheeled Micro Cart in mind, the company’s new MCB (Micro Cart Bag) ($209) features a 15-way top that will appeal to golfers using any cart, although its bottom was molded specifically for the Micro Cart. Nifty design features include two velour-lined valuables pockets, insulated cooler pouch, two full-length clothing pockets, ball pocket with two-way zippers and matching Reinhold. Women’s version is one inch shorter.

Looking for waterproof shoes with superior traction and comfort? Etonic’s Dri-Tech Golf Shoes ($95) deliver just that. Made with premium waterproof leather uppers, the Dri-Tech has a Shocksorb Insole Bed for premier cushioning and a microfibre sock liner for cool, dry comfort. Comes in a saddle-style design with four different color combinations: white/black, white/brown, black and mocha/dark brown. Women’s version features two color combos.

The Klenz multipurpose sanitizer ($289-309) cleans your golf shoes, even if you haven’t previously done so. How? Via nano silver and an ozone system that bombards the bacteria. Only takes eight minutes!

FootJoy’s ProDry Extreme Roll-Top socks ($9) feature Dri-Lex Moisture Control Technology to help lift moisture and vapor off the skin for a drier, more comfortable sock.


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