Reef makes some awesome golf flip-flops with spikes for 18-hole play, but Reef’s Mulligan II thongs are made for laughs and post-game beers at the 19th hole. The footbed’s lined with faux turf, the heel sports a cushy “golf ball” pad, and the sole hides a built-in bottle opener.
This slimline cooler bag lets you carry a six-pack of beer with you when you hit the links. It’s skinny enough to fit inside the outer pouch of many golf bags or can be carried solo by its handle or shoulder strap. Its interior is insulated, and it includes two ice packs to ensure drinks stay cool for all 18 holes.
Rain or shine, the game must go on. Weatherman Umbrella makes cloudy golf days less soggy with the Arnold Palmer Collection, paying tribute to one of golf’s greatest stars with two designs in 40” and 57” widths. Both styles have fiberglass shafts and water-repellant vented canopies that can withstand winds up to 55 mph.
The TPC Louisiana golf course is home to numerous alligators. Among them is a three-legged beast nicknamed “Tripod.” Blake McFarland was commissioned by Zurich to immortalize the big guy. Like some of his other sculptures, he carved Tripod’s body from foam, cast a fiberglass shell, and covered it with recycled tires.
Process X takes us inside Japan’s Miura Golf Co. to see how the factory produces heads for golf clubs. They start by chopping up steel rods, then heating, shaping, stamping, fine-tuning, polishing, and sandblasting them until a club head emerges. The process for making wood golf clubs is quite different.
Inspired by driving range games like TopGolf, the TruGolf Mini golf simulator lets you play on a virtual golf range right in your living room. Its club has a built-in sensor that lets you play virtual skills challenges, mini-games, and even tour world-famous golf courses. Save $70 off the MSRP in The Awesomer Shop.
When it comes to golf, your short game is even more critical than your long game. One missed putt can spell disaster for your score. This simple yet effective training tool uses a parabolic arc to help you perfect your putting distance, direction, and speed. It returns balls that are hit properly and rejects putts that are offline.
If you’re even a halfway decent golfer, a rangefinder is an essential tool to boost performance. The Cobalt Q6 Slope Rangefinder calculates distance and slope like a tech-whiz caddy. It has premium optics, an integrated display, an adjustable diopter, and a waterproof aluminum housing to prevent water hazard disasters.
There’s no law that golf clothes must be boring. Iconic Australian fashion house COOGI lends its bold sweater patterns to a collection for Birds of Condor, a streetwise Aussie golf brand. A kaleidoscope of colors update classic polos, ring-neck tees, hats, and accessories in moisture-wicking organic cotton and recycled poly.
When Fred Flintstone played golf, he used clubs made from sticks and rocks. Now you can hit the links prehistoric style with RSVLTS’ official Flintstones Flop Shot Freddy golf shirt. The comfortable spandex-blend polo is done up in Fred’s classic orange and black speckled fashion, with a teal collar inspired by his necktie.
We’ve heard of alligators and snakes popping up on golf courses, but this is the first time we’ve come across a land shark. This stainless steel ball marker from artist Nikki Heikkinen pokes its fin out of the grass instead of the water, protecting your spot on the green from other players who might mess up your next shot.
When we first read the headline for Nick O’Hara’s Golf Club Shooter, we thought it was for throwing clubs when you’re having a bad day. But it’s much more helpful. This machine is a remote-controlled caddy that rotates to the specific club you want then tosses it to you. It can also recommend a club using a voice assistant.
This playful pair of Nike Air Max 90 golf sneakers is designed to look like a picnic on your feet. It features a red and white checked tablecloth pattern, with basketweave patterned inserts and a packet of mustard for its tongue. We suggest gluing some plastic ants onto the shoelaces. Drops in early 2022 for $150.
G/FORE makes golf shoes that don’t look like golf shoes. We really dig these ones done up with an onyx camouflage pattern on its knit upper. They’re water-repellent and have a padded interior with an anti-microbial mesh lining. A custom cleat design ensures optimal traction.
Improve your distance, speed, and swing on the golf course with this weighted swing trainer from UnLocked. The set uses interchangeable weights to help build muscles, muscle memory, and endurance during your practice sessions. The set includes a stiff graphite shaft along with 380g and 260g weights.
If you’re just guessing the distance to the pin, your golf game is going to suffer. Callaway’s rangefinder can accurately scope distances within 1-yard, helping to ensure you pick the right club for the job. It can even compensate for slope in its distance calculations. Save an extra 15% with code VIP15 through 10.5.2021.
Practice your short game any time, any place with this roll-up golf mat. It resists creasing and has a rubber backing to prevent slipping. Its artificial turf simulates medium-to-fast greens and provides about 9 feet of practice ground. Includes a carrying case. Save an extra $4.99 with code PUTT4 at checkout.
This party game combines miniature golf with beer pong. It features an artificial turf mat with a set of six golf holes at each end. Instead of bouncing a ping pong ball, the objective is to sink golf balls. It folds up small for storage and includes 2 putters, 12 hole covers, and 2 golf balls. Save 15% with code ANNUAL15 through 8.4.2021.
Apparently, the guys from How Ridiculous have gotten bored with dropping stuff off of a tower. They recently expanded their destructive repertoire by tossing stuff into the air from an airbag, and now they’re smacking stuff with a giant golf club on the front of a truck. The Phantom slow-mo footage really adds to the experience.
Improve your golf swing in the comfort of your living room. The PhiGolf swing sensor works with your clubs or the included swing stick to track your every move. When used with the WGT Golf app mirrored from your smartphone to your TV, you can even see where the ball went.
LEGOParadise designed and built this really fun and clever interactive LEGO set. The minifig-size mini golf course has three unique holes, and includes moving obstacles like a spinning windmill and a golf ball elevator. Show your support for the project on LEGO Ideas, and it might just go into production.
Trouble keeping your golf ball straight? This training aid from Watson Golf can help eliminate that unwanted slice or hook. Its design provides instant wrist and hand position feedback when your clubhead isn’t square to the ball, and can also help to keep downswings more consistent. Save 20% in The Awesomer Shop.
The guys from How Ridiculous take a momentary vacation from tossing stuff off of a tower to play some golf. While on the fairway, they performed various destructive and unscientific experiments, including testing many hollow-core doors and panes of glass they could drive a golf ball through.