2011 Buyer's Guide Accessories

Golf equipment isn't just clubs and balls

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Hybrid Laser GPS
Want pinpoint accuracy to the flag and a device that measures distances to the front, middle and back of green (not to mention creeks, bunkers and one that measures your drives)? Consider Bushnell's new Hybrid Laser GPS. That's right—laser and GPS. As the company says, it's "distance made simple." We liked how easy it was to use (we used the GPS portion more than the laser because its side display is very accessible). Features Pinseeker Technology that hones in on the flag to the exclusion of trees, homes and other background distractions, like hackers on the next tee. Comes with 16,000 courses predownloaded and a rechargeable battery.
bushnellgolf.com | $499


lT Golf
The Eazy Bag
The Eazy Bag eliminates the need to lift your clubs up and over the edge of the bag, greatly reducing the strain on your shoulders and back. The unique Club Lock System keeps your clubs secure, organized and protected. Comes with wheels on its base.
ltgolf.com | $159
The new Hybrid stand bag from Cleveland features a 10-inch, 14-way top and full-length club dividers, plus 10 strategically placed pockets. But look harder and you'll notice a few nifty features like a Velcro strip for your glove or putter cover, a rangefinder pocket, a trunk handle, tee sleeves, an oversized towel ring and a pen and cardholder sleeve. Weighs 5.9 pounds and comes in three color combinations.
clevelandgolf.com | $170
Sun Mountain
Superlight 3.5
We love the big, roomy mouth of the 3.5, not to mention one of the most comfortable strap systems (E-Z Fit Dual Strap) we've tried. We also dig how the bottom of the bag was designed so it doesn't slip off a golf cart. That's smart stuff.
sunmountain.com | $139

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