TOP 4 GOLF GADGETS

1. Ballfinder Scout

1. Ballfinder Scout

It won’t be able to find balls that landed in water or are completely covered, but as long as a ball is one percent visible, this handheld device will search up to 600 square feet in just one second. When it locates the ball, it will vibrate and display a red cursor bracket around the ball. Eliminating one job for the caddie.

2. SensoGlove

SensoGlove is the first and only golf glove with built-in sensors that constantly read the pressure of your grip. Practicing with SensoGlove will teach you the correct grip pressure for a smooth, consistent swing that delivers greater distance, enhanced precision and lower scores, or so the website claims. Does look a bit clumsy, though..

10. Q-Link Performance Bracelet

Everyone who plays golf knows that your mental game has to be just as strong as your physical one. Q-Link manufactures pendants and bracelets that are meant to “tune up your biofield through a resonant effect that harmonizes your energy and helps you to navigate smoothly through a stressful world.” Stylish and sublte, as well as useful.

4. Dancin’ Dogg Shot Making Simulator

8. Dancin' Dogg Shot Making Simulator

A golf shot simulator a step above the Wii Sports golf game. Use the included swing pad, balls, and tees to practice by choosing on your computer screen where you want to hit the ball; then the Dancin’ Dogg dashboard will display your performance results, including distance traveled, yards off target, and swing speed.
No longer will you need to practice in the cold, the rain, or the dark!

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