Golf Shoes 2018: Callaway-New Balance

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The Callaway-New Balance partnership has yielded some excellent, functional golf footwear in recent years, but its own 2018 footwear collection features three new high-performance models that deserve a fresh spotlight. Like all Callaway footwear, they are ready to wear right out of the box. LaGrange is their most premium and advanced golf shoe to date, Read more…

Golf Shoes 2018: Ecco Biom Hybrid

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The Hybrid 3 is the newest model of the Ecco Biom line, featuring the Tri-Grip outsole with a multi-purpose zonal performance structure for optimal traction and stability. Specifically engineered to move with the foot through the swing, the multi-purpose zonal performance structure is focused on three key segments: Zone 1 centers on delivering outstanding lateral Read more…

Apps 2018: 80Breakr Scorecard

Tired of trying to keep score with a busted pencil, or worse, no paper card at all, forgotten until you’ve finished the first hole? Check out 80BREAKR, the only golf scorecard app partnering with golf courses, golf associations and PGA pros. 80BREAKR’s mission is to help golf courses thrive, and help amateur golfers improve. The Read more…

Apps 2018: e-Gull Per-Hole Payment System

Pretty much ever since the Scots settled on 18 holes as the standard golf round, the time it takes to play those holes has gotten longer and longer even though modern equipment hits the ball farther and farther. Today the quandary seems just as deep with distractions and other time sucks demanding the modern golfer’s Read more…

Accessories 2018: SkyGolf SkyCaddie LX3 Watch

SkyGolf has rolled out the SkyCaddie LX3, the next addition to its very popular LX family of watches. Preloaded with over 35,000 ready-to-play course maps, the LX3 provides dynamic distances to the front, center and back of each green from any of approach along with “Fairway Target’’ and “Layup Target’’ into the green. The LX3 Read more…

Apps 2018: Arccos Caddie

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Golf’s first artificial intelligence platform — and now conforming to USGA competition rules as long as users click into “Tournament Mode” — Arccos Caddie gives golfers more confidence in their club selection. It leverages a data set of nearly 100 million shots hit during 700,000-plus rounds played by the Arccos community, and 418 million mapping Read more…

Apps 2018: FlightScope Mevo

The FlightScope mevo, a portable and light-weight multi-sport radar that debuted in mid-2017 but is now better than ever, provides distinct data parameters and action video capturing capabilities for athletes to practice with a purpose. “For the past 16 years, FlightScope’s products and unmatched technology have served as a trusted tool among professional golfers to Read more…

Apps 2018: Game Golf Pro Tracking System

While the original Game Golf tracking system is still available with its belt-attached sensor, the Game Golf Pro is a godsend for folks who just can’t seem to incorporate that belt-tap into their pre-shot routines. Instead it uses a stand-alone sensor that communicates via BlueTooth to new, smaller grip-mounted sensors dialed into each club in Read more…

Apps 2018: V1 Instruction System

V1 instruction continues to evolve its leading platform by announcing a new product matrix offering options for all levels of teaching. “Golf instruction and how instructors teach continues to evolve,” Chris McGinley, CEO of V-ONE Sports, said. “By asking the right questions including where and how, and listening closely to our V1 teaching professionals, our Read more…

Training Aids 2018: InPutt Stroke Trainer

InPutt is a simple training tool that simply guides a golfer’s body to replicate the same stance and stroke on every putt. Made from high-density polyethylene and the result of 15 years of development, Its patent-pending curvature on a plastic mold that keeps the putter head square while maintaining the position of the arms, shoulders, Read more…