2016 Buyer’s Guide Accessories

Golf Tips Equipment Guide

KLVN BAGS KLVN (pronounced kel-vin) took the PGA Merchandise Show by storm — or, rather, by robot — when it launched what the company calls the world’s most versatile golf bag, which is really two bags in one. Which requires some explanation. “When we decided to launch the KLVN bag at the PGA Merchandise Show, Read more…

2016 Buyer’s Guide Tech & Apps

Golf Tips Equipment Guide

ARCCOS Looking for the ultimate way to turn your iPhone — or Apple Watch — into a cool game-improvement tool? The Arccos system features 14 sensors that attach to the grip end of a club and pair via Bluetooth with the company’s free iPhone app, while the newly introduced Arccos Driver, which attaches to the Read more…

2015 Buyer’s Guide Accessories

The Best Of The Best In GPS & Swing Analyzers

Arccos Arccos | $399 arccosgolf.com The game’s only GPS + Live Shot Tracking + Tour Analytics platform, Arccos maps, measures and records every shot taken during a round of golf. Using GPS and Bluetooth technology, the system automatically captures critical data—club distances, putts per round, greens hit in regulation, driving accuracy and more—to help players Read more…

2014 Buyer’s Guide Accessories

GPS, Train & Wear and Training Aids

Finally, a golf rangefinder watch with some color. It’s preloaded with 34,000 high-precision, error-corrected golf courses, and sports a clear, high-definition, sunlight-read-able display with both positive and negative polarity.

2012 Buyer’s Guide Shoes And Accessories

Who says the game is played with just clubs and balls?

In this section, we highlight a number of this year’s best accessories, from comfortable shoes to talking GPS units. The future is now.

2011 Buyer’s Guide Accessories

Golf equipment isn't just clubs and balls

While it’s true that most of your playing time is spent sizing up a shot and hitting it, to become a better player, you need more than just the latest clubs, shafts and balls.

Accessories Buyer’s Guide 2007

Think the only things that make you a better golfer are clubs and balls? Well, think again. There?s a lot more to the game and it can all fit right in your bag.

We live in a modern world, where technology has become an integral part of our daily lives, from mapping our commutes via onboard navigation systems to wearing clothing with materials specifically designed to wick away moisture to capturing moments in time with our cell phones. We’re happy to report that the golf world isn’t immune to many of the same technological advancements.

Accessories Buyer’s Guide 2006

Accessories take many forms, but the most important are the bag, performance eyewear and a quality rangefinder

Golf accessories run aplenty in the Golf Tips offices, and they’re a big part of the game. But after you sift through the multiple cigar butt/puttershaft holders, groove cleaners, face-mark indicators, ball retrievers, sunblock applicators, iron head covers, ball markers and scorecard holders, you’ll discover that only three items are true must-have golf accessories: bags, golf-specific eyewear and rangefinders.