Four Great Summer Golf Products

It’s high summer with wall-to-wall daylight, warm temps and a whole of of golf to be played. Golf Tips editors tracked down a few items that’ll add a little extra sun-splashed fun and comfort to every round.

Fitness 2018: ProBar Mobility

Serious golfers are always looking to stay mobile as well as strong. That means paying attention to how the muscles work together and coming up with a training regimen that works the most important areas of a golfer’s physique — shoulders, hips and core — efficiently. ProBar mobility does just that. A simple bar (make that bars, Read more…

Golf Carts 2018: Big Max Blade IP

Golf Tips fell in love with Big Max’s push cart technology with its four-wheeled Big Max Blade. But with the introduction of its new, three-wheel, Big Max Blade IP — the fourth generation of its Fold Flat push cart technology — the Austria-based company remains at the cutting edge of the walking cart game. At Read more…

Golf Bags 2018: Sun Mountain Lightweight Series

When it comes to hauling your golf cargo around the course, for 30 years, Sun Mountain has been an innovator with lightweight bags and the modern stand bag. Staying true to form, the Sun Mountain Lightweight Series (LS) golf stand bags offer a full range of features and weights for any golfer’s preferences. Weight matters Read more…

Golf Bags 2018: Big Max Aqua & Dri-Lite

Big Max introduces new bag designs across two award winning technologies — Big Max Aqua and Dri Lite, both available in various sizes and configurations. Aqua employs the new “Drop Stop” system that guarantees the bags are 100 percent waterproof, a rrating of over 10.000 mm — meaning it can withstand 10,000 millimeters of water 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…

Accessories 2018: Bushnell Rangefinders

Bushnell rangefinders continue to push the technology envelope, and this year’s product lineup keeps the “pushing” in high gear. Start with its top-of-the-line Hybrid, which combines the latest in laser and GPS technologies to provide better data so golfers of all levels can make better decisions on the course. Hybrid takes the guesswork out of Read more…

Oakley Prizm Sport Golf Sunglasses

The Oakley Prizm Sport Golf lens changed the game when it debuted last year, and now the same performance benefits come in a darker lens optimized for sunny days. The Oakley Prizm Dark Golf lens brings out fine detail with precise light filtering that’s specifically engineered for the golf environment. It enhances visual contrast, and Read more…

Zamst Filmista Wrist: Golf Godsend

Golfers are notorious for suffering wrist maladies, from carpal tunnel to slight sprains to just plain soreness from pounding range balls or playing many, many rounds. The Zamst Filmista Wrist is the next generation of wrist support. By taking two ultra thin film layers and fusing them together, Zamst — which also makes a variety of 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…

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