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  • Ecco Biom Hybrid 2
    Review: ECCO Biom Hybrid 2

    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 shoe with bold looks, the BIOM Hybrid 2 is the best...

    • Posted 39 days ago
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  • Game Golf Digital Tracking System
    Review: Game Golf

    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 the true distance and accuracy of each of their clubs to formulate a...

    • Posted 137 days ago
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    Review: Oakley Golf Apparel

    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 have enough style options no matter what you’re into. At $65 and $75...

    • Posted 143 days ago
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    Review: Sun Mountain ClubGlider Meridian Travel Bag

    Pros: Sun Mountain’s ClubGlider Meridian is the only golf travel bag that comes equipped with four wheels — one pair with retractable legs — that hold 100 percent of the weight. That provides stability and convenience while...

    • Posted 150 days ago
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  • Oakley Sunglasses Review
    Review: Oakley Performance Golf Sunglasses

    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 golf-specific G30 iridium lenses and most styles are further customizable. Cons: They’re $110+ per...

    • Posted 164 days ago
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    Review: Sunfish Animal Headcovers

    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 the look of sock puppets, these playful wool headcovers add more personality than...

    • Posted 164 days ago
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    Review: Kikkor Selects Golf Shoes

    Pros: Lightweight, stylish and durable, the Kikkor Selects are an excellent casual golf shoe for the money at $120 MSRP. Color schemes range from straightforward white or black to some more adventurous blue, black-and yellow and red...

    • Posted 172 days ago
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    Arccos: The real time shot-tracking system for your phone

    Professional golfers have all kinds of systems and tools for tracking their performance so they can identify their strengths and weaknesses and work on improvements. For the amateur golfer, there really was no such tool a few...

    • Posted 172 days ago
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    Review: Oakley Carbon Pro 2 Golf Shoes

    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 and only available in three colors on Oakley’s site: white, ivory and...

    • Posted 199 days ago
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    Review: Clicgear Model 8 Pushcart

    Pros: Very stable. Easy rolling and handling. Dual front breaks operate with one lever. Folding and unfolding is as simple as it gets. More aggressive look than other push carts, eliminating “shopping cart” comparisons. Cons: Designed for...

    • Posted 207 days ago
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    Nike releases NG360 app for iOS devices

    Nike Golf has released of the latest version of its NG360 golf app for iOS devices. Nike’s foray into this evolving world combines both fun and instructional capabilities in a neat package. Features include: Score and stat...

    • Posted 224 days ago
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  • G/FORE
    Review: GFORE Golf Gloves

    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 find a wider selection of colors and styles from another golf...

    • Posted 252 days ago
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    Review: Bushnell Pro X7 and Tour Z6 Rangefinder Shootout

    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 easier to read all the data. Cons: These will speed up your pace of...

    • Posted 260 days ago
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  • The Pill Review
    Review: The Pill

    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 your stroke is off, The Pill won’t lie. It’s affordable, portable and easy...

    • Posted 323 days ago
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  • Orange Whip Putting Wand Review
    Review: The Orange Whip Putting Wand

    Pros: Intuitive and familiar device. Its overall weight and flexible shaft force users to pay attention to the length and pace of their strokes, as well as where they contact the ball on the face. Works for...

    • Posted 324 days ago
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    Review: FootJoy DNA Shoes

    Pros: The FootJoy DNAs are an excellent all-around shoe, comfortable enough that you won’t be disappointed if you find yourself lingering in the pub post-round without street shoes, and functional enough to wear in a casual round with...

    • Posted 347 days ago
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  • Delilah Club Covers
    Review: Delilah Club Covers

    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 new flat stick, and my husband’s putter cover needed an update as...

    • Posted 390 days ago
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    Review: Club Crown

    Confidence and comfort win the day. It’s a simple partnership to envision, but not always a cinch to incorporate. When you tee up a golf ball, any number of notions serve to distract your thoughts from the...

    • Posted 394 days ago
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  • GolfSense Swing Analyzer
    Review: GolfSense Swing Analyzer

    There is no shortage of swing analyzers on the market today. They come in different flavors and styles, some focusing on showing every data point possible and others focusing more on delivering simple visuals. Each one promises...

    • Posted 406 days ago
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    Review: Callaway women’s golf apparel

    Recent lines of Callaway apparel seemed to have been aimed at my parents, not me. But the company has really stepped up its game with its new line, which targets a younger, more athletic crowd. Outfit 1 Take...

    • Posted 431 days ago
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  • TRUE Linkswear Ladies Golf Shoes: Editor Review

    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 it. Thankfully for me, True Linkswear’s quest to master the barefoot golf shoe...

    • Posted 461 days ago
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    The Best Golf Rangefinders of 2013

    Golfers are always looking for new technology to help them play their best. While rangefinders don’t have the cool factor of a new driver or set of irons, they’re one of the easiest way for golfers to...

    • Posted 466 days ago
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    Just4Golf Headcovers for Ladies: Editor Review

    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 and President of Just4Golf, Linda Faye, started her company because she was...

    • Posted 502 days ago
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    3BaysGSA PUTT: Editor Review

    All golfers inherently understand that to score well, they need to putt well. We all know the cliché, but we don’t always listen to the voice in our head telling us to go to the practice green...

    • Posted 515 days ago
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    Golf MTRx: Editor Review

    Legendary golf instructor Harvey Penick compared the sequence of a golf swing to that of lopping off the heads of dandelions with a weed cutter to convey the right sensation to his students. Many of us still...

    • Posted 540 days ago
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    Swingbyte 2 Golf Swing Analyzer: Editor Review

    When Swingbyte, a lightweight swing analyzer that provides robust data and 360-degree views of your swings, burst onto the scene at the 2012 PGA Show, I wrote that it would be the best new golf instruction product...

    • Posted 551 days ago
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  • skycaddie WATCH
    SkyCaddie WATCH: Editor Review

    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 may take time to adjust to wearing the unit during a round. ...

    • Posted 561 days ago
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    Dark Sky and Forecast.io Weather Apps: Editor Review

    This app saved my round, it is as simple as that. As golfers, we have control over the courses we play, the ball we play, the clubs we play and hopefully, the shots we play. We have...

    • Posted 590 days ago
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  • ProT
    ProT offers alternative to the classic tee

    Most people don’t put a lot of thought into what tees they’re using on the golf course. They find the right length and move on. But I recently discovered a company called ProT that offers high quality, classy...

    • Posted 598 days ago
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