Accessory Reviews

Accessory Reviews

Pros: The Navigator offers immediate feedback on alignment. It's compact, lightweight and attaches directly to any putter. At $60, it's cheaper than most lessons and new putters. Cons: Users...

Pros: Extremely soft, Cabretta leather. Well-placed seams. Exceptional durability. Cons: Roughly $22 each. Available in just two colors, pearl and black. Who they're for: Better golfers are the ones who tend...

Pros: Weighs only 7.9 ounces. Its small frame (about the size of an iPhone 6) fits easily in the palm of your hand and...

In April of 2015, a definitive guide to purchasing a Push Cart was published by GolfWRX. Soon after its release, readers began to wonder why we hadn't included...

Playing music on the golf course has become both acceptable and convenient at many golf courses and driving ranges, and as a result more...

Pros: All of the capabilities of a fitness-centric wearable, combined with on-course GPS functionality and full statistical analysis of your golf game, which includes comprehensive...

Pros: Stunningly simple to use despite its slew of premium features. Gear heads and tournament players will love Bushnell's new Exchange Technology, which allows users to...

“Don’t call it a comeback... I’ve been here for years.” LL Cool J’s assertion might as well be Callaway's slogan moving forward for its...

Pros: The UTx ($6.99), UTx Wrap ($6.99) and Wrap-Tech ($4.99) grips offer top-shelf performance at an affordable price. The UTx and UTx Wrap are full-cord grips...

This story is part of our new “GolfWRX Guides,” a how-to series created by our Featured Writers and Contributors — passionate golfers and golf...

If you have spent time the last few years looking through GolfWRX photos from PGA Tour events, you likely noticed more Tour pros are...

Pros: Comfortable, impressive traction, off-the-course wearability, modern look. Cons: Reflective accents may be too bold for some. Bottom Line: If you’re in the market for a spikeless...

Pros: Combines GPS and motion sensing technology to track every shot with minimal disruption to the flow of the game. Advanced data capture lets golfers learn...

Pros: Oakley's golf polos and Take 3.0 pants are engineered to keep sweat at a minimum, stretch enough to allow for freedom of movement and...

Pros: Sun Mountain's ClubGlider Meridian is the only golf travel bag that comes equipped with four wheels -- one pair with retractable legs --...

Pros: Lightweight, comfortable sunglasses that meet the high standards in precision optics and impact resistance. They're available in more than a dozen styles with Oakley's...

Pros: Sunfish's head covers are 100 percent hand-knit in New Zealand, but you'd think they were hand sewn in your grandmother's living room. With...

Pros: Lightweight, stylish and durable, the Kikkor Selects are an excellent casual golf shoe for the money at $120 MSRP. Color schemes range from...

Pros: These offer the complete package: they're comfortable, good-looking, unbelievably stable, totally waterproof and have great traction. No break-in period required, either. Cons: They're $200 a pair...

Pros: Very stable. Easy rolling and handling. Dual front breaks operate with one lever. Folding and unfolding is as simple as it gets. More...

Pros: Extremely soft, comfortable fit with distinct, colorful styles. Cons: Price ($35 each). No children's sizes. Bottom Line: They're pricey, but you'll be hard pressed to...

Pros: E.S.P. 2 and new "JOLT" technologies offer faster, more accurate readings. Bushnell's brighter screens, made possible with its Vivid Display Technology (VDT), makes it...

Pros: The Pill is idiot-proof; you set it on its edge to practice your putting or on its side for chipping and bunker shots. If...

Pros: Intuitive and familiar device. Its overall weight and flexible shaft force users to pay attention to the length and pace of their strokes,...

Don’t let the website name girlygolfer.com fool you. Delilah Club Covers are for everyone. I was in desperate need of a putter cover for my...