7 Golf Gadgets That Will Actually Improve Your Game

While any number of golf gadgets on the market might promise to improve the average golfers game, there are a handful that actually deliver. From high-end rangefinders to interactive putters that provide insight as you play, these high-tech golf tools are worth every penny. But the best golf gadgets aren’t only designed to take a few strokes off your game. There are others that give you a better understanding of the course you’re playing, along with devices that simply make your golf round a bit more fun. And with any luck at all, you’ll find yourself playing more, with better insight into your game, as you traverse your way around the course.

So, if you’re in the market for the best golf gadgets, read on. I’ve compiled a list of outstanding devices that have all earned rave reviews from critics and reviewers, alike. Best of all, they will go a long way in making your golf experience just a bit better.

A Watch to Help You Navigate the Course

Garmin Approach S60

When you want to navigate the course with full knowledge of where you are and where you need to put the ball, the Garmin Approach S60 is the ideal choice. It’s a high-end GPS watch that features a 1.2-inch screen that will tell you your distance from the green, the pin, water hazards, and more. It’s available in both polymer and ceramic, and offers 40,000 courses pre-loaded. The Garmin Approach S60 will even link up with Garmin’s club-tracking system, the Garmin Approach CT10 (more on that below), so you can get a clear sense of how you’re hitting your clubs.

An Interactive — and Fully Legal — Putter

TaylorMade Spider Interactive Putter

The TaylorMade Spider Interactive Putter is one of the best ways to improve your putting game without requiring an additional aid. Indeed, the putter is a true, game-legal putter you can use on the course. It comes with a sensor in its grip that analyzes your pace and movement while you putt, which then interacts with a mobile app, so you can see how well you’re striking the ball. The app features 11 metrics, so you can gather critical information on why you’re putting well — or not. If it’s a better putting game you’re after, the TaylorMade Spider Interactive Putter is the way to go.

The Best Golf Gadget For Finding Your Distance

Callaway Tour S Golf Laser Rangefinder

The Callaway Tour S Golf Laser Rangefinder is ideal for finding distances across the course. You simply point the rangefinder at your target and it’ll automatically recognize the pin with its Pin Acquisition Technology. Callaway says the rangefinder can also latch on to different distances, so you can identify the distance to the edge of the green and the pin at the same time. The rangefinder comes with 7x magnification and you can zoom in on a target up to 400 yards away. The device is a bit more expensive than the average rangefinder on the market, but with its slate of features, it more than justifies its price.

A Gadget For Better Understanding Your Clubs

Garmin Approach CT10

The Garmin Approach CT10 is one of the best tools on the market for identifying how to hit clubs more effectively and know more about the clubs you hit. The Garmin Approach CT10 is a sensor that attaches to each club and tracks your swings. You can then log how far you hit the ball and input whether you hit a fairway or green. You can then analyze your data after your round to get a sense of how well you hit certain clubs and which clubs are best for certain shots. Think of it as an easy way to get real clarity into how you hit your clubs.

A Bluetooth Speaker That Easily Sits in Your Golf Bag

Sound Caddy Golf Club Bluetooth Speaker and Power Bank

Sound Caddy Golf Club Bluetooth Speaker and Power Bank

Golf is a quiet game, but the Sound Caddy Golf Club Bluetooth Speaker and Power Bank is all about sound. And that’s a good thing. The device is shaped like a golf club and is designed to sit in your bag. It comes with a speaker built-in that connects wirelessly to your phone via Bluetooth, so you can listen to music with ease.

Better yet, it can also be used as a speakerphone to take calls when you’re golfing. Although the device is designed to be used wirelessly, it also comes with two USB ports because it doubles as a power bank that lets you charge your phone during your round. In fact, it’ll provide 10 hours of battery life on a single charge.

A Voice Caddie For Understanding The Course

Voice Caddie VC300SE

The Voice Caddie VC300SE is another handy tool to have in your bag when you want to quickly determine how far you are from the green. But instead of requiring you to look through a rangefinder or down at your watch, the Voice Caddie VC300SE tells you your distance through vocal cues. So, if you ask how far you are from the green, the Voice Caddie will say how far you are. The idea is that it’s easier to use than a wearable, which forces you to look at distance and other information. The Voice Caddie just says the information. It’s far more convenient.

A Collapsible Training Net For Building Your Short Game

wosofe Golf Hitting Net Indoor Chipping Practice Target Training Aids

wosofe Golf Hitting Net Indoor Chipping Practice Target Training Aids

The wosofe Golf Hitting Net Indoor Chipping Practice Target Training Aids is designed to improve your short game. It’s a collapsible golf training net with markers on where to hit the ball for a lob, pitch, chip, or running shot. The net is also designed to automatically return the ball to you, so you can keep on hitting it without any additional effort. Better yet, it has a mat and comes with six foam balls, so you can use it inside. There are also two practice balls in the box that you can use when you hit against the net outside.

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