I have a GorillaPod. I also have this, which is a no-brainer to buy:
http://www.amazon.com/GoPro-Tripod-Mount-HERO-Cameras/dp/B002RCLYXG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1354632111&sr=8-1&keywords=gopro+tripod (when I bought, the OFFICIAL GoPro one was $5.99 - this one's a knockoff but the official one is weirdly $11.95 on Amazon right now. I doubt the knockoff is problematic - it's a simple piece of plastic).
Also, consider this: http://www.amazon.com/GoPro-Camera-ANDMK-301-Naked-Frame/dp/B009PK9QGU/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1354632214&sr=1-1&keywords=gopro+frame You're welcome to use the waterproof housing that comes with the camera, but it's bulky. I like the frame's simplicity.
Note: you'll probably want to add the LCD BacPac.
Ok, to summarize - I think I know what I'll need now:
1.) H3 Black camera ($399)
2.) Tripod mount ($11.95)
3.) Naked Frame ($39.99)
4.) LCD BacPac ($79 - on Amazon it is $88.99)
5.) Tripod ?? - need to figure out which one I'm going to buy
And last but not least... You recommend the Gorilla tripod? That seems small. How do you get the proper height for filming? Do you just rest it on your golf bag stand? Seems like there should be a better solution? When I took a lesson with Dana last week - he had a larger tripod that wasn't exactly small - but it was collapsible... More of a professional looking/traditional photographer setup.