Can you imagine having a golf shot that’s accurate enough to hit a tiny 9-inch metal gong at a distance of 200 yards? Most of the pros in this video come awfully close, but David Howell hits it dead on.
Grab your clubs and kill all the golfers! The 30th Anniversary edition of Caddyshack hits Blu-ray today, chockful of bonuses. Update: Contest has concluded. Congrats to the winners!
The Mantys personal electric golf cart is controlled by shifting your weight with ski-like movements. It’s got enough juice to go 36 holes, tops out at 12.5 mph and has the power to take 20° inclines.
Will anyone care that you can’t break 90 while driving the $52K Garia Edition Soleil de Minuit Golf Car, with 12″ wheels, double wishbone front suspension and heated windshield? Nope.
With the R9 Supertri’s sleek looking head, aerodynamic shape and 24 different ways to alter the face angle, you’ll outhit all your buddies off the tee box and look cool doing it.
Stay under par and under the influence at the same time with the Covert Golf Bag Cooler; it’ll fit into your golf bag shoe compartment while keeping nine 12 oz cans on ice.
Oakley spares no expense with its Banger Golf Bag; it features a 7″x11″ top with 6-way divider and putter pit, swivel bucket carry system, shoe & umbrella storage, and wide-stance stand.
Nike’s Slim Fold Golf Wallet is up to par for a full 18 holes; the bifold wallet sports a durable nylon outer, a supple leather inner, six card pockets, and a double currency pocket.
With a calf leather upper, dual density footbed and memory foam, FootJoy’s Icon golf shoes are not just technically sound but also come in a collection of 5 swanky patterns and 19 styles.
Used by Vijay Singh to fine tune his tempo, rhythm and timing, Sonic Golf’s System-1 actually lets you hear these variables by converting swing data into a real-time audio soundscape.
We’ve seen many multifunction gadgets, but the DivPro Golf Divot has us truly wow’ed: it’s a ball marker, cigar holder, shotgun opener, club cleaner, golf grip saver and of course, a divot.
If Tim Allen went golfing, he’d bring this Nuts About Golf set: it’s a perfect marriage of hole-in-one and home improvement, with three bolt-shaped tees, a nut marker and matching balls.
Due out Spring 2010, Nike’s Method line of putters is official; it consists of 5 models, all with polymer grooves that dampen vibration and put forward spin on the ball.
Gravitee 2 is essentially a 31st century version of not-so-miniature golf: you’ll not only contend with holes, hoops and balls, but navigate your way around planetary gravity wells.
Leica lends its pricey and prestigious name to the Pinmaster, a laser rangefinder that can “pin”-point the distance to a pin; it’s good up to 820 yards with 7x magnification and auto-dimmer.
If you’re picky with your putters, Tom Slighter’s Slighter Golf Company will custom make a putter just for you; customers choose everything from the length and weight to sight alignment.
This can’t be a good idea for your game, but we think this Golf Bag Drink Dispenser is perfect for clandestine booze hounds; it’ll hold up to 48 ounces of hot or cold beverages.
Like a real caddy but minus the grumbling, Shadow Caddy is a robotic cart that follows you via a transmitter on your belt; object detection prevents collisions with objects and other golfers.
FineTuneGolf’s RoboCup makes practice putting infinitely easier: simply place it in a cup up to 14 feet away, and it’ll return your golf balls over 15,000 times on 4 AA batteries.
Available in March, TaylorMade’s new R9 drivers and fairway woods allow golfers to adjust the clubhead in one of eight positions using a wrench; only the drivers get weight ports.
Forget those sissy one-beam laser putters: the Argon Laser Putter packs three laser rails for fine tuning your putting skills without worrying about the ball blocking the beam.
Just like beer goes with bowling, this Jack Daniels Golf Flask is perfect for golfers who sip between swings; it includes a stainless steel flask, four tees and a pitch repair tool.
Callaway’s Ft-IQ Driver hits balls faster, straighter and farther, thanks to a hyperbolic face, high moment of inertia and precise center of gravity which reduces backspin.
For golfers who like high-tech, Ogio’s Anomaly Golf Bag features a lightweight exo-skeletal frame, a 10″ Uniter 15 club top, 3-point ergo handle and 13 accessory pockets. Thanks, Ben!
World Golf Tour is a beautifully rendered golfing sim, all the more amazing that it’s free and playable online. Based on the Bali Hai course in Vegas, it uses Google Earth-like tech.
Traditional golfers tend to frown on Hybrid clubs, but most who try Adams Idea’s A3 Boxer Hybrids swear by them: they’re easier to hit with, and hit straighter, longer and higher.
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