AN ARRAY OF NEW TECH ITEMS ARE HERE TO TAKE YOUR GAME TO THE NEXT LEVEL.
PEOPLE HAVE BEEN WORKING ON WAYS TO HELP GOLFERS IMPROVE THEIR GAME SINCE THE FIRST DAYS OF GOLF. Here are few of the latest best efforts.
Biofeedback coaching that utilizes real-time audio and visual cues, K-MOTION, an industry leader in wearable, motion-training technology to help athletes improve. Golf Digest notes that K-MOTION is used by seven of the top-15 golf instructors in the U.S. K-Coach, $5,500; K-Player, $2,500 k-motion.com
Acu-Strike Golf Impact Training Mats won the Best New Product award at this year’s PGA Merchandise Show. The mat’s specialized fabric leaves a dark mark of your swing path, helping you to correct your swing. Outdoor mat, $39.95; Indoor Mat $59.95 acustrikegolf.com
Gain direct feed back from LiveView AR’s headsets that work with iPhone or HDMI compatible Android. The wearable display stays put, even during vigorous use and allows the wearer to Digital Swing Mirror (DSM) their complete swing. $369 liveviewgolf.com
The No. 1 selling golf rangefinder brand, TecTecTec launched its most advanced model yet, the ULT-X that features Target Lock Technology (TLT). The ULT-X vibrates to indicate when a player is locked on to the target; and its visible slope toggle can be easily disengaged. $248.99 us.tectectec.com
TAG Heuer’s Connected Modular 45 Golf Edition smart watch provides at-a-glance info about greens (it’s equipped with info on 39,000 golf courses around the world), can record scores for up to four players and can provide accurate shot distances. $1,850 tagheuer.com