It might look like a sneaker, but it is a golf shoe at heart. The Ashworth Cardiff ($120) is a crossover golf shoe that looks more like a town shoe than the old oxford cleats your grandpa used to wear. With built-in rubber spikes, you won’t have to worry about losing grip by going from grass to concrete.
They likely will not make you play like Tiger Woods, but you will certainly look like him (at least from the ankle down). Nike Golf introduces the Nike TW ’13 Golf Shoes ($220), available Friday June 8, 2012. This years edition of Nike’s TW line focuses on three key aspects of your game: fit, feel, and function. From your long game to your short game, you will be cool and comfortable in these shoes. (via)
As the old saying goes: “Drive for show. Putt for dough.” And it seems like more and more of the pros are starting to use a belly putter. Before you shell out $300 for a new short-stick, try out the Belly Putt ($40). This DIY putter handle extension will give you the feel of the long putter without hurting your wallet.
We are generally skeptical of sneaker-inspired golf spikes, but the Adidas Originals Samba Golf Shoes ($100) are just too good to pass up. If there was ever a time that you needed to cross-over from a pickup soccer game to a back nine game of “wolf,” these sneaker/spikes have you covered. Available to the public in the Spring of 2012. (via)
If you are like us your golf game needs a little bit of work, but you are also
lazy dedicated to productivity. We all agree that the worst part about the driving range is bending over to put the ball on the tee. Make practice more efficient with the Teego Tee-up Machine ($99.99). This driving range robot automatically places the ball for you, using one-touch controls and a specially designed tee. The magazine holds up to 150 balls at a time, which should keep you busy hitting balls for a while. Lightweight and practical, your golf game will thank you later.