Here are six golf gadgets that will help you recover some of your good karma on the greens.
The TaylorMade RocketBallz HL 4-PW set are high-launching irons that delivers pin-point accuracy with the help of great technology. These clubs feature large club faces from heel to toe and a center of gravity lower and deeper for enhanced play ability.
Leupold RX-600i Laser Range Finder with DNA Engine, is a rugged, waterproof gadget you can carry in your bag at all times. It gives accurate measurements up to about 500 yards and uses infrared technology to let you point a laser directly at the hole, or any spot on the course, and see how far away it is.
Garmin Approach S3 GPS Watch doesn’t make you look like a total nerd, and you can wear it even when you are not golfing. This watch is designed primarily to help you find your place on each hole and estimate your shot distance. There’s also a pedometer, a digital scorecard, and maps for 30,000 courses.
GolfSense 3D Golf Swing Analyzer is a sensor clips to your golf glove and connects to your Apple or Android tablet. You can see a precise rendering of your swing that shows finer details such as the twist of your wrist and your club posture.
This sensor about the size of an index finger, that can be clips to any club, about halfway down the shaft. You can set your phone in front of you or have a friend film your swing. The app, available for iPhone and Android, records your swing automatically when you start, sensing the movement, and stops after follow through.
SKLZ Gold Flex training club is not high-tech devices, but it uses a high-tech principle. As you swing, the 48-inch club, which has a 2.5 pound yellow head on the end, reveals deficiencies such as an under swing, a poor vertical or horizontal stance, and poor arc.
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