What’s better than draining a 20-foot birdie putt? Draining that putt while AC/DC pumps through the air in the background, of course!
The Sound Caddy will make sure you never miss a beat on the course, all while cleverly disguised as the 15th club in your bag.
The Sound Caddy comes in a great package, and after a quick charge and simple connection to your phone is ready to go. A neat, hidden gem is the sounds the device makes turning on and off. A nice ball strike signals on and a sinking putt accompanies off. This little feature is so cool to me and helps it stand out from other speakers I’ve used.
The shaft itself comes apart in 3 pieces and easily screws together to complete the setup.
Out On the Course
I was a little unsure what to expect from the sound with the speaker in my bag, but I was pleasantly surprised. Not only was there enough volume for the unit to be heard when on the tee, but the speaker rode nicely in my bag the entire round with no fear of it falling off the cart.
With a battery life advertised at 15 hours, mine is still going strong after 3 rounds making me feel that’s probably accurate.
One thing about having the speaker ride behind you is, at times, it can be hard to hear when the cart is moving. As soon as I slowed or hit my shot, though, the volume was perfectly fine. This really didn’t bother me as I am often talking to my cart mate as we drive between shots, anyway.
The Sound Caddy comes with a stake that you can use [instead of the shaft] if practicing on the range or staying otherwise stationary. There are 2 USB ports in the back to charge ancillary devices on the go, and it has a great rubber base that allows it to ride nicely with you in the front of the cart, if you’d prefer.
Why I Like This
There are a lot of speakers available on the market today, but none come close to the uniqueness of the Sound Caddy. It will certainly be a talking point for any group you play with.
The fact that it lives in your bag means you won’t forget it after your round, and you also don’t have to worry about it falling off the cart.
The price point, too, cannot be overlooked. Available for just $60, this is about half the price of other speakers on the market. If you’re looking to upgrade your speaker game this coming season, be sure to consider adding the Sound Caddy to your bag.
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