Your smartphone holds the secret to golf-swing analysis when you combine it with Rapsodo’s new Mobile Launch Monitor. Track every data point of your shots: carry distance, club speed, launch angle and dozens of other metrics. The GPS capability helps track where your shot lands, while a video playback library with a shot tracer helps track your swing development. $499.
Want a simple, inexpensive way to improve your golf swing? Lamkin’s latest smooth-tack line features two distinct areas for your anchor hand and guiding hand, plus a helpful reminder spine for ideal hand placement.
Is foul weather wreaking havoc on your game? Counter it with CodeChaos. Its snug, supportive design is lightweight, flexible and impervious to all Mother Nature can throw at it. $180.
It’s been a decade since Fred Couples donned his comfy ECCO golf shoes at the Masters, putting the Danish shoemaker on the map. Since then, the shoes have only gotten hipper, while remaining as comfy as ever. The new ECCO S-THREE offers support, comfort and grip, plus waterproof protection.
Bad reads on the putting green? Maybe your sunglasses are to blame. Oakley’s mercenary frames feature PRIZM lenses to help fine tune vision for specific environments. The golf iterations filter out light as they emphasize the colors necessary for optimal contrast. $176.
Like a sports car, certain elements can make a golf driver a fast, high-performance machine. TaylorMade’s new SIM Metalwoods are more sharply focused on aerodynamics, with increased club-head speed at the most critical stage of a golfer’s swing—the last three feet prior to impact. $549.