BIG MAX Designs is far from dull

Style and Substance – No compromise with BIG MAX

  STYLE AND SUBSTANCE – NO COMPROMISE WITH BIG MAX Europe’s #1 golf bag brand BIG MAX is set to bring a splash of color to the fairways with the release of two new models that are packed with features and boast distinctive European styling. The Dri Lite Hybrid Tour and Dri Lite Seven, benefit Read more…

Garmin – Approach Z82 laser range finder with GPS

Featured in the "2020 Holiday Gift Guide"

The Approach Z82 from Garmin has more than 41,000 preloaded courses mean that we have the one you play — and thousands of others.  The hole can’t play hard to get with flag finder; lock in with a buzz.  Going dancin’. See distance to the front, middle and back of green. Beat the wind when Read more…

Here’s Your Next Golf Outfit

A Three-Piece Getup To Wear Right Now

The holidays are fading into the rear-view mirror, and somehow you didn’t get the golf outfit you wanted. No worries. Here’s a set of shirt, slacks and socks that’ll set you up for your next round, hopefully somewhere it’s warm. SHIRT: BUTTER CLOTH Golf Tips tested this breathable, soft, breathable polo in Hawaii in December, Read more…

Lynx Prowler VT Stinger Driving Iron

New Hybrid Club Is A Fairway-Finding Beast

Lynx Golf’s brand new Prowler VT Stinger Driving Iron is both a throwback of sorts to the age of the 1-iron – golfers of a certain vintage will relate, whether they actually dared to keep such “butter knives” in their bags — and a huge leap forward in the hybrid iron genre. While all the Read more…

AcuAim Putters Make The Game More Fun

New Alignment System Removes Guesswork

Historically, putting has been 50 percent fear and 50 percent fun. Reading, aligning and stroking the putt are anxious parts of the game. AcuAim Putters will get rid of the fear in a surprisingly simple way: By giving every golfer a focus point on the golf ball itself via an ingenious reflective “halo.” The halo Read more…

Lynx Black Cat Is Back In A Big, Powerful Way

Driver, Fairway Metals, Hybrids Usher In Strong New Era For Fabled Company

The new Lynx Black Cat line of drivers, fairway metals and hybrids aren’t your dad’s circa-1970s brand of feline-themed golf clubs. They’re nowhere near the popular, Brit-born sticks that Fred Couples and Ernie Els employed to win the 1992 Masters and 1994 U.S. Open, respectively. They’re a breed apart, and miles better. Now Lynx is Read more…

Tour Striker PlaneMate Puts Pro Move In Easy Reach

Training Aid Makes Tension A Good Thing
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Two guys with serious cred in the golf training aid biz, Tour Striker Founder Martin Chuck and Driven Golf honcho David Woods, have really outdone themselves with the PlaneMate, which ingeniously and simply gives every golfer instant feedback on what a world-class golf swing feels like. How? By assuring that the backswing goes up and Read more…

Royal Albartross Is One Beautiful Golf Shoe

Handmade Quality Comes Through With Every Swing
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The big trend in golf shoes for several years now is what might be called translatable comfort. It’s footwear that’s built for golf but can be easily and legitimately worn anywhere. Designed and hand-made in Italy, Royal Albartross shoes take this concept to new heights. Yes, they sport a big-grip Vibram sole and uppers that Read more…

Lamkin Sonar Tour, Sink Fit Grips Make For Winning Connection

New Club & Putter Models Promote Soft, True Feel

Lamkin has made believers out of Golf Tips testers over the past couple years, and its two latest offerings — the semi-tacky Sonar Tour for every club except the putter and the brand new Sink Fit putter line — only make the company’s grip on us even firmer. Not tight, mind you … firm, as Read more…

Sun Mountain ClubGlider Still Impresses

Travel Bag Offers Finger-Light Ease Of Use
sun mountain clubglider

Like most serious golfers, Golf Tips editors love to get out there on the road — meaning, of course, airplanes as well — dragging our sticks with us every step of the way. Emphasis on dragging. But now that we’ve finally gotten our hands on the Sun Mountain ClubGlider (which has been around for a Read more…