Pros: Compact, easy to use
Pros: Compact, easy to use
Pros: Well made. Nice conversation piece. Manufactured in the USA.
Cons: Pricey for a ball mark. Lack of instructions as to best use.
Pros: Great sun protection handle fits well in cart, tall enough to walk comfortably under and a good warrenty if it fails
Cons: Support stem broke on mine that keeps umbrella fabric streched out when open.
Pros: Inexpensive. Ease of use. Allows you to experiment.
Cons: Requires special tool for installation.
“I will start off by saying the Warspec, Spec 1 Hand Finished golf ball mark is very nice and very well made. Having your initials engraved on the mark certainly adds style to it and is included in the Hand Finished product ($40). Paint fill is also included. The Black Ox version ($19) does not include engraved initials ($10 option) or paint fill ($5). This is not a ball mark that you will see...” --CarlSpackler
“Verdict: High quality execution of your own headcover design that looks as if it will last for years with a high quality magnetic enclosure in a premium, leather-like cover. Story: The cover of the Bobby Grace Amazin' Grace Mallet is less than a year old but it already suffers from an overdose of thin poly-vinyl. It is frayed, torn, and looking gaunt. It was also meant for a...” --Mr. Desmond
“I received the BrushWorks towel to review last week. First impression was the softness and weight of the towel. I have become accustomed to a much heavier towel hanging off of my bag - not a huge deal since walking does not happen around here, but nice anyway. If the towel did not have the brush on it, it would become the one I carry onto the green. But, since I usually have my green...” --meenman
“I got the Golf Buddy Voice + rather than a laser device because I didn't want to be constantly taking a sighting on a flag, even though the laser might be a yard or two more accurate, or having to keep up with a laser device. Having front, center, back distances are all I need. I also don't need hazard distances because I use the GB+ about 99 percent of the time on my home course, and I...” --Texian
“My wife surprised me with this Tour V3 rangefinder with Patriot pack for Christmas this year. It is so easy to use that the manual is very small and rally only needed to determine how to put the battery in and change modes. It is capable of reading in yards and meters and a feature called "Jolt" can also be set in each of the settings. Jolt is a small vibration when the laser is locked on the...” --drifterdon
“ In April I purchased the Bugle Tee after hearing positive things about it on XM Raido / PGA Tour Network. I decided to purchase two packs of the Twin pack. The Twin pack included the following items: 1x 3 1/4" Tee 1x 2 3/4" Tee I bought two packs because I figured if I lost one - or one happened to break, I would have a replacement tee of the same height....” --Beachcomber
Golf Gifts and Gallery's Driver Brush-t is ideally suited for lower trajectory shots due to its reduced height. This gives the ball a penetrating ball flight with maximum run. Each tee comes with a storage case and ball marker. The DRIVER Brush-t is 2.2" or 57mm in overall height. Driver Tees come in a pack of 3.
Bushnell Tour Z6 Rangefinder With incredible ranging capabilities of up to 1300 yards (400 yards to a flag), Vivid Display technology for all lighting conditions, and unprecedented accuracy, the Bushnell Tour Z6 Rangefinder is the ultimate laser rangefinder for avid golfers and tournament play. Additional features: Five yards to 1300 yards ranging performance PinSeeker technology to zero-in on...
Pro Active Sports Clicgear Umbrella Angle Adjuster: The Umbrella Angle Adjuster screws into the umbrella tube receptacle on both Clicgear and Sun Mountain carts and makes using an umbrella on the course easier and more convenient. This adjuster allows your umbrella to be angled forwards or backwards, or side to side and raises the overall height of the umbrella by three inches, allowing you to...
“A few months ago I had the opportunity to visit with a very good putter fitter in Erie, PA. I learned some very important things about my putting stroke, feel and the way I interact with my putter. What I learned was: I don't aim my putter particularly well. I see "square" as "open" which means that when I line up to putt I tend to set up with a closed face. Because I set up with a closed...” --Ernest Jones