Accessory Reviews

Accessory Reviews

Pros: A hand-held doppler radar launch monitor for only $349.99, thousands less than leading models. Different game modes make practice more entertaining and possibly more...

Pros: Provides comprehensive statistical data and analysis of your game, as well as GPS capabilities, all delivered in real time via superbly designed, user...

Review by Todd Hibbert and George Campbell What is it? New iPING putter app targets consistency for improved putting. iPhone mounted on shaftThe iPING...

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...

Review by Richard A Vintage Leather head covers for drivers, Fw metals, Hybrids and putters. Simply awesome. Functional Leather covers are easy to get on...

If you want to add a feminine and personalized touch to your golf bag, you might want to take a look at Just4Golf headcovers. Founder...

Pros: Very accurate. Simple and intuitive to use. Auto hole locator works great. Scoring built in. Good battery life. Cons: Yearly subscription (cost) required. Non-watch wearers...

When you're the original barefoot golf shoe company, you just don't set out to make another barefoot golf shoe -- you want to master...

Grafalloy are far better known for their fairway and driver shafts like the Prolaunch and Epic than for hybrid shafts but the C-Note and...

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...

In the first few months of its release Aldila's new shaft, the VooDoo, has been a roaring success by any standards.  Not only was...

Rob Rigg, president of TRUE Linkswear, and the rest of the TRUE team dusted off their high school biology education to help build a...

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

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

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: The TomTom Golfer 2 watch does three important things: provides yardages, keeps score, and tells time/date. The first two are particular to golfers and...

If you think of golf gloves, especially premium golf gloves, you will naturally think of the usual suspect: Nike, Callaway, Mizuno, TaylorMade and of...

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...

Editor Review by: Richard A 7/9/2012 Pros: Easy to setup, great quality, does what you want it to without hassle. Front/center/back of the green with...

New XPS-1 is the most stable golf shoe on the market with advance technology for precision fit and all condition comfort. Click below to...

Editor Review by Richard 6/30/12 Inspired TW ‘13 shoes Pros: Got to have them if you watch a lot if golf and look to Tiger for...

Pros: OptiShot is simple to install, set up and use. It's also extremely portable. And because it can be used with a golf ball,...

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...

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, 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: 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: 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...

"Think New, think Pure, think Modern styling with a classic retro American feel" This is how Cary, NC-based Stitch Golf describes their products. The 'Racer Collection' (black & white,...

Pros: A great training aid for golfers who struggle with the "flying elbow," or staying connected during the swing. The Swing Shirt is simple and...

A few months ago, after much anticipation, I had the opportunity to speak with one of the folks involved with PING's soft goods development,...

Champ, best known for being the number one spike brand on the US Tour, has released a range of accessories for those of us...

By Don Smith GolfWRX Contributor ____________________ Tested: Swingbyte mobile swing analyzer I’m always looking for the next swing improvement tool, because it is often the Indian, not the...

It is said that the right tie can make or break a man’s outfit. For serious golfers, the right golf GPS or rangefinder can...

SkyTrak is a personal launch monitor packed with impressive features and accuracy. It sells for $1995, and is aimed at golfers looking for a high-quality,...

One of the mainstays on the US Tour, Grafalloy pride themselves on being the manufacturer of "the #1 ultralight shaft on tour" and as...

19th Hole

So, Rory McIlroy dished on his career goals, and GolfWRX members dished on his dishing. OldTomMorris, praised be his name, started the thread with reference...