Three pieces of golf technology we absolutely love
In the September issue of GOLF Magazine we celebrated the gadgets, innovations, breakthroughs and more when it comes to the game of golf. Here are just three of the many items we love.
If you want quick, convenient and accurate yardages to the front, center and back of the green without wearing a GPS watch or consulting your smartphone, the Voice Caddie GPS unit could be for you. Designed to clip onto your hat or belt, it just takes the simple touch of a button to get all the info you need. Available in black or white. $129.99. voicecaddie.com
You’re looking to shave strokes off each round? There’s an app for that. With the Rapsodo mobile launch monitor, all you need is a ball, a club and your phone. From there, you can archive your shots, rewatch your swing, map each club length and track six key ballflight metrics. Complete kit: $499.99. rapsodo.com
Arnold Palmer once said, “Putting is like wisdom — partly a natural gift and partly the accumulation of experience.” While the former might not be controllable, the latter certainly is. Capto best helps maximize that experience, relaying feedback via 20 points of data through a lightweight sensor attached to the putter.