Buyers Guide 2017: New Balance Footwear

If you’re looking for a good alternative to the golf footwear big boys, consider New Balance. Best known for its running shoes, the company has made good strides (pardon the pun) in the golf shoe market. New Balance again arrived at the PGA Show to reveal an impressive new golf shoe line, including the NBG2004 high-performance, Read more…

Buyers Guide 2017: Puma Footwear

Puma footwear has a rich history, pushing the boundaries of innovation and technology, becoming one of the first brands to introduce a laceless closure system. Their new DISC system, first used in running shoes, has come to golf. With a simple right turn of the dial, internal, durable wire laces tighten the upper, quickly and Read more…

Buyers Guide 2017: Zamst Sports Compression Braces

As golf’s bedrock demographic ages into late middle age and beyond, we’re seeing more limping and gingerly turns on the tee boxes of America. Orthopedic issues are no joke for the game’s Baby Boomer set, and that’s why a respected company like Zamst Sports, with its full lineup of knee, shoulder, elbow, wrist and back Read more…

Buyers Guide 2017: Bag Boy Bags & Carts

Bag Boy, part of the Dynamic Brands family of products, is showcasing a unique and functional cool bag-to-cart attachment system that they’ve dubbed TOP-LOK Technology, on new 2017 models of certain carts and bags. The system is designed to securely lock a Bag Boy bag onto one of the company’s push carts, creating a seamless “ecosystem” that Read more…

Buyers Guide 2017: SkyCaddie Rangefinders

SkyGolf offers perhaps more models of SkyCaddie rangefinders models and levels of rangefinding fun and functionality than any other major company, but for 2017 let’s zero in on a handful of their newest offerings in the handheld and watch departments. Start with the SkyCaddie TOUCH ($299.95), the flagship of SkyCaddie’s new product lineup, featuring a Read more…

Buyers Guide 2017: Bushnell Tour V4 Rangefinder

The Bushnell Tour V4 Shift is faster than the Tour V3, 30 percent smaller and more ergonomically designed to increase the ease and accuracy in acquiring yardages. The introduction of Slope-Switch Technology allows the golfer to conveniently toggle between Slope mode for compensated distances and non-slope mode for legal use during tournament play. “The compensated Read more…

Buyers Guide 2017: TLink Golf GPS Watch

Canadian company TLINK Golf has rolled out an updated version of what it calls “World’s Lightest GPS Golf Watch,” as comfortable as it is incredibly thin and ergonomically designed. Its GPS technology allows golfers to determine the front, middle and back portion of the green — and with the new upgrade, golfers can measure distances Read more…

Buyers Guide 2017: Cure Putters

In 2016, Golf Tips made no secret of its love-at-first-putt, near-obsession with Florida-based Cure Putters. One editor put the CX2 in his bag and there it remains, still leading the way to more made eight-footers than previously imagined possible. And he’s not alone; several Cure models are showing up on The PGA Champions Tour and Read more…

Buyers Guide 2017: The Greens Wizard

The Greens Wizard is a new putting aid created to provide instant, visual feedback to help train players to use their feet to feel the breaks and slopes of the green. With practice players will learn to trust their feet to help choose the correct line. While the concept is simple, the Greens Wizard has undergone Read more…

Buyers Guide 2017: SkyGolf SkyTrak Simulator

After years dominating the GPS rangefinder market, Sky Golf breaks into the game improvement in a big and bold way. The SkyGolf SkyTrak offers a complete practice, play and entertainment system for golf at home. It delivers commercial quality ball flight simulations that reflect a golfer’s actual performance for game improvement and entertainment at a Read more…

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