Product Reviews

Equipment:

  • Sureshot PINLOC 6000iPSM
    At $299, the PINLOC 6000iPSM by Sureshot is an investment, but it’s worth it. The best built, steadiest unit I’ve tested, this is the perfect rangefinder for competitive players.
  • Product Review: Cart Tek Yellowstone Electric Cart
    Is your New Year’s resolution to get in shape this year? Skip the gym membership and resolve to walk more of your rounds of golf. Need a great piece of equipment to help you make that easier? The Cart Tek Yellowstone electric golf caddy has a smooth, minimal turning radius, great speed and climbing abilities, making it an ideal option for your new personal on-course equipment carrier.
  • Spring Training: Rypstick
    Looking for the best way to dial up your swing speed and get the actual results the salesmen promised you on that new driver you got for Christmas? Rypstick, especially paired with the Rypradar, will lead you to the results you want to be hitting the ball farther in 2022.
  • Product Review: Delta Putt
    Are you like almost every other golfer who could use some help with their putting stroke and accuracy? If so, the Delta Putt putting stroke aide could be just the tool to help you play more confidently on the greens in 2022.
  • Product Review: Shot Scope V3
    Get all the GPS distances to front/middle/backs of greens, hazards and more, along with all the statistics you can watch conveniently from the comfort of a wrist wearable the size of an Apple Watch with the Shot Scope V3.
  • Product Review: OptiShot 2 Golf Simulator
    If you’re looking for a golf simulator system to get you up and swinging in the comfort of your own home this golf off-season, the OptiShot 2 provides a comprehensive experience complete with swing metrics, 15 courses including Torrey Pines and Bethpage Black, and everything you need to get started.
  • Product Review: MGI Zip Navigator Electric Cart
    The MGI Zip Navigator is a compact and portable feature-rich electric golf cart that’s easy to use, has great battery life and an incredible zero-turn radius. Electric golf caddies are the ultimate in walking luxury.
  • Product Review: Live View Pro
    The Live View Pro was so easy to use, fast to set up and provided instant feedback that I could review and adjust in real time. If you are looking to invest in something to help you practice and you want something that is simple then this is the product for you. I will definitely be keeping this in my bag for the range and think it will get plenty of use during the season. 
  • Holiday Gift Guide: Goodstick Golf
    For around $20, alignment aids can be a terrific stocking stuffer for the golfer in your life, or for you. Goodstick Golf has some of the game’s best alignment sticks, featuring magnetic tops, pointed ends and a professional looking product that sits in your bag just shorter than a driver.
  • Product Review: Rapsodo Mobile Launch Monitor  
    Especially for under $500, the Rapsodo Mobile Launch Monitor is an award-winning game improvement product that can help golf enthusiasts better understand their swing and work to make it better. The most accurate mobile unit on the market, it’s intuitive and compact – about the size of a rangefinder – and delivers instant feedback via shareable video and data.
  • Product Review: Blue Tees Series 2 Rangefinder
    The Blue Tees Series 2 is currently on sale for Christmas and for the current price point this is a great unit for a first time rangefinder user or someone looking to upgrade. I think for the quality build and accuracy you are not going to find a comparable product at a better price. 
  • Product Review: Blue Tees Rangefinder Magnetic Strap
    The best gift you never knew you needed: A Blue Tees rangefinder magnetic strap. Simply snap your rangefinder on to the metal bar of the cart frame and have easy access throughout your round – works on almost all brands and models!
  • Product Review: Arccos Caddie
    One of my favorite pieces of golf equipment, Arccos Caddie uses artificial intelligence and in-depth data analysis to help golfers improve their game and course strategy. The average new user of the system drops 5.2 shots from their average 18 holes in one year. I’ve been using Arccos Caddie since 2018 and can’t recommend it enough as an incredible gift for that special golf enthusiast in your life… Or yourself.
  • Product Review: Blue Tees Series 3 Max Rangefinder
    The Blue Tees Series 3 Max rangefinder is a top-of-the-line product with great features like slope and pin lock. This is the perfect gift for the avid golf enthusiast in your life!
  • Product Review: Personalized Golf Balls
    Personalized golf balls are the perfect stocking stuffer for golfers. While some may be lost more quickly than others, they’re sure to be used and are a fun way to inject some personality in your golf game. Or, if you’re like me, losing them can be free advertising!
  • Product Review: Bat-Caddy X4R Electric Golf Caddy
    The Bat-Caddy X4R helps make walking the golf course as leisurely as possible., and after just 4 rounds it has become my all-time favorite piece of golf equipment. Walking the course, in general, changes the rhythm of the game, and not having to shoulder your clubs especially creates an easygoing experience so you can focus on the game in front of you. Promotionally priced through the Holidays at $1099 including its standard 14v-20Ah lithium ion battery, the X4R by Bat-Caddy is the first product on my 2020 Holiday Gift Guide for Golfers and presents an indulgent gift opportunity for any golfer fit to be spoiled.
  • Club Champion: Milwaukee Golfers’ New Secret Weapon
    WiscoGolfAddict Contributing Writer Nick Zellmer shares his thoughts on the newest member of the Milwaukee area’s golf community: Club Champion at Brookfield Square. For $350, is the Full Bag Fitting worth the price tag? Nick touches on value as well as what to expect from the experience.
  • Product Review: GolfBoards (Grand Geneva)
    WiscoGolfAddict Contributing Writer John Ziemer and I checked out the new GolfBoarding experience on The Brute course at Grand Geneva
  • The 2018 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando: My 10 Favorite Things
    A recap of my experience and favorite brands and products at the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando
  • Product Review: Snell MTB (My Tour Ball)
    My equipment review of the Snell Golf My Tour Ball – a great tour-quality golf ball at just $31.99 per dozen shipped free
  • Club Review: Callaway Apex Line
    Golf Club Review of Callaway’s Apex line of clubs; Apex CF 16, Apex Pro 16 and Apex Hybrid.
  • Product Review: Callaway GBB Epic
    Product Review by John Ziemer of the Callaway GBB Epic Sub Zero

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Bags & Accessories:

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Clothing & Apparel:

  • Product Review: PXG Aloha Collection Short-Sleeved Polo
    Turns out, golf clubs aren’t the only thing PXG does great! Oozing tropical vibes and their Aloha pattern print on the collar, pocket and sides, the new Aloha Collection by PXG is the perfect golf polo for your next trip down south this off-season.
  • Product Review: Galway Bay Apparel
    The #1 rain gear in golf, Galway Bay rain jackets and pants are teflon lined and literally bounce water right off of you. They’re not cheap, but they’ look great and are comfortable, waterproof, windproof and are the best made all-weather golf gear players can buy today. An incredible luxury for Wisconsin & Midwest players, making this gear a wonderful Holiday gift suggestion.
  • Product Review: Old Fashioned Golf
    Old Fashioned Golf offers a large selection of men’s golf polos, as well as hats and towels. Everything is designed and produced from scratch. Nothing is just a pre-made item with Wisconsin or OFG logos slapped on them. “We want our products to be 100% ours. If people decide to wear OFG we want them to know they are getting something they can’t find anywhere else.
  • Product Review: Duca Del Cosma
    Maker of premium leather golf shoes, Duca Del Cosma blends a comfortable walk with high-end looks and great performance.
  • Product Review: Wuru Apparel
    I am now all about the wool baby! Wuru has convinced me that this material is going to work well for me on the course. I think the combination of the merino and nylon makes the perfect feel and stretch to the fabric in these products. I can see myself wearing this zip-up to the course and straight into the clubhouse after. The look and feel of wool is so timeless and classic that this will stay current in your wardrobe for a long time. 
  • Product Review: Redvanly Apparel
    The most comfortable golf clothes I’ve worn, Redvanly is a premium golf brand with amazing materials and great looks.
  • Product Review: Holderness and Bourne Golf Polos and Outerwear
    My personal favorite golf clothing brand, Holderness & Bourne sells classically styled golf polos and outerwear that will never go out of fashion. Made with superior materials for great look, feel and durability, H&B makes golf clothes that’s meant to stand the test of time, both by way of style and durability.
  • Product Review: Seamus Feel Player Golf Shoes
    One of the many things I love about my wife, Kelly, is that she likes to spoil me with awesome presents. Kelly knows my favorite … Continue reading Product Review: Seamus Feel Player Golf Shoes
  • The 2018 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando: My 10 Favorite Things
    A recap of my experience and favorite brands and products at the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando
  • Product Review: Ashworth Golf Attire
    I have always liked the look and feel of Ashworth Golf attire, but when they started publishing their current “Golf/Man” campaign, I really started to relate to the brand…

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Miscellaneous:

  • Product Review: Tidy Golfer
    Looking for a great last-minute stocking stuffer for the golfer in your life, or a light and easy to incorporate accessory that’ll come along with you for your round of golf and help you keep your irons and golf ball clean? At just $20, the Tidy Golfer is a great complement for any golf bag.
  • Product Review: Mully Box
    A great monthly golf gear subscription, Mully Box is a terrific last-minute golf gift idea for the golfer in your life!
  • Product Review: Delta Putt
    Are you like almost every other golfer who could use some help with their putting stroke and accuracy? If so, the Delta Putt putting stroke aide could be just the tool to help you play more confidently on the greens in 2022.
  • Product Review: Clean Flight Personal Ball Washer
    Especially with the forfeiture of golf ball washers from courses around the country [since COVID], the CleanFlight Personal Ball Washer is a great way to ensure you’ve always got a clean ball for your next putt or swing.
  • Product Review: G-Tech Hand Warmer
    Used by the pros, G-Tech’s electric handwarmers are the perfect accessory to allow #Wisconsin golfers and sportsmen to keep playing the games we love even in the bitter cold.
  • Product Review: Royal Tees Golf
    If you’ve ever visited your local indoor simulator and found yourself getting annoyed having to chase down the tee after every single swing, then Royal Tees Golf is for you. With tees that stay in place, keeping you from having to search the front of the simulator space every single time, Royal Tees allows you to get more out of your simulator time by letting you swing more.
  • Product Review: Swing Minder Quick Reference Cards
    Quick reference cards on how to hit all the shots you can need on the golf course, Swing Minder is a nice stocking stuffer and great way to take your practice sessions to the next level
  • Product Review: Bushnell Wingman Bluetooth Speaker with GPS
    One of my all-time favorite golf-related products, the Bushnell Wingman bluetooth speaker & GPS unit is maybe the best/easiest gift I can recommend for a golf enthusiast – as long as they don’t hate the concept of music on the course.
  • Product Review: Golf Ball Display Cabinet
    Is your significant other (or you) starting to get a little more serious in to golf? Have they been talking about courses they’d love to check out, or comparing one course to another? If so, a golf ball display cabinet is an awesome Christmas or Holiday present idea to fuel their foray from the world of playing a random round or two locally to experiencing all the great courses out there. Here are some ideas of quality display cabinets they’re sure to love.
  • Product Review: Mr. Heater Golf Cart Heater
    The Mr. Heater Golf Cart Heater allows you to play golf further in to the season, creating a warmer micro-environment in the cart and keeping your fingers from the stingers we otherwise face playing in the cold.
  • Product Review: Blue Tees Rangefinder Magnetic Strap
    The best gift you never knew you needed: A Blue Tees rangefinder magnetic strap. Simply snap your rangefinder on to the metal bar of the cart frame and have easy access throughout your round – works on almost all brands and models!
  • Product Review: Personalized Golf Balls
    Personalized golf balls are the perfect stocking stuffer for golfers. While some may be lost more quickly than others, they’re sure to be used and are a fun way to inject some personality in your golf game. Or, if you’re like me, losing them can be free advertising!
  • Product Review: Course Maps
    We golf enthusiasts tend to be collectors, and we collect to remember our favorite courses, favorite holes and the memories that keep us coming back to this tremendously challenging yet incredible game. This Holidays season, gift the golf enthusiast in your life with something truly unique and personal to them: A Course Maps print from their favorite golf course — whatever and wherever their favorite course may be.
  • Club Champion: Milwaukee Golfers’ New Secret Weapon
    WiscoGolfAddict Contributing Writer Nick Zellmer shares his thoughts on the newest member of the Milwaukee area’s golf community: Club Champion at Brookfield Square. For $350, is the Full Bag Fitting worth the price tag? Nick touches on value as well as what to expect from the experience.
  • Product Review: GolfBoards (Grand Geneva)
    WiscoGolfAddict Contributing Writer John Ziemer and I checked out the new GolfBoarding experience on The Brute course at Grand Geneva
  • The 2018 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando: My 10 Favorite Things
    A recap of my experience and favorite brands and products at the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando
  • Golf Ball Display Cabinet Project, Part 2
    In my previous post, I went over some of the early stages of my golf ball display cabinet. In this post, I’ll go over how … Continue reading Golf Ball Display Cabinet Project, Part 2
  • Golf Ball Display Cabinet Project, Part 1
    With my wife out of town for the week, I had to come up with a cool project to occupy my time – this 203-ball golf ball display case was just the project! Part 1…
  • Fun New Equipment and Accessories
    My guess is that I am not the only one really excited for the 2015 golf season to get started! I am so excited, in … Continue reading Fun New Equipment and Accessories