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by Driving Range Heroes | November 4, 2019
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by Forbes | May 30, 2019
by THE ULTIMATE FATHER'S DAY 2019 GIFT GUIDE | May 29, 2019
by Golf Unfiltered - Adam Fonseca | February 23, 2019
by Scratch Golf Tips - George Connelly | February 22, 2019
One of the most effective ways to bring your golf game to the next level is by looking at statistics related to your golf swing. There is only so much improvement you can make by guessing how far you can hit the ball, approximating your angle of attack and that’s not to mention that it is nearly impossible to estimate your spin rates, launch angles and many other important stats.
The reason so many golfers don’t usually improve their game using statistics in because access to them is limited and often expensive. You can go to an indoor facility and get an hour or two on a simulator with statistics given. Aside from this being expensive, you only get that one time use, with no way to expand upon this practice and continue your forward progression.
by Until The Next Tee - Alex Toth | January 1, 2019
by Golf Tips Magazine - Vic Williams | December 18, 2018
by Until the Next Tee - Alex Toth | November 21, 2018
With American Thanksgiving here means that Black Friday and the Holiday Season is upon us. As usual, I release a holiday gift guide based on products that I’ve personally used and recommend. In the past, this gift guide has focused on products that are under $100. However, I thought that I would change it up this year simply because there are too many gadgets that are more than $100 that I’d like to recommend.
With Black Friday and Cyber Monday in the offing maybe now is the time to take advantage of some sales. So without further delay here we go.
by Sports Illustrated | November 20, 2018
by Golf Tips Magazine | November 17, 2018
by Until the Next Tee - Alex Toth | November 6, 2018
Technology… no matter where you look it’s all around us. When you really think about it… golf and technology have really come to the forefront of the golf industry. It’s not just about golf clubs, golf balls, golf shafts and materials used to manufacture these goods. It goes so much deeper than that. Technology has done a lot when it comes to golf. It’s aided golfers in becoming longer and faster.
One of the trends that I’ve noticed in Orlando, Florida at the last few PGA Merchandise Show’s is that more and more tech gadgets are rising to the surface. From GPS units to wearable technology. However, technology to help golfers become longer and faster is useless unless you can optimize your numbers. This is where launch monitors enter the fray.
by The Stevie Awards | June 18, 2018
by Driving Range Heroes | June 12, 2018
by Kathy Bissell | May 17, 2018
by Kathlene Bissell | May 17, 2018
by Stevie Awards | May 15, 2018
by Tony L. Starks | May 4, 2018
by Alex Gallemore | May 3, 2018
by Peter Schmitt | February 21, 2018
by Ashley Mayo | February 16, 2018
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by Bill Bush | February 5, 2018
by Diamond Leung | December 21, 2017
by Matt Adams & Blair O'neal | November 30, 2017
by Erik Barzeski | November 17, 2017
It sounds too good to be true.
For just under $500, you can get a pocket-sized launch monitor from an industry leader, pair it with a free app on your smart phone, and get accurate information on clubhead speed, ball speed, launch angle, carry yardage, and four other parameters to fine-tune your game on your own time. Indoors or out. Short game through driver.
by Geoff Nudelman | November 12, 2017
by Tony Covey | October 23, 2017