July

  • Golf Pride MCC Teams grips let you show your colours

    Written by Rob Jerram on Wednesday, 15 July 2020

    Golf grips play a key role in your performance on the golf course... but now, thanks to Golf Pride's new MCC Teams range, they can also help you show your support for your favourite sports team. The World’s No.1 golf grip brand have expanded their multiple-Major-winning MCC family of hybrid golf grips with the new MCC Teams collection, featuring 15 unique...

  • Arccos Caddie Link wearable now allowed under Rules of Golf

    Written by Rob Jerram on Wednesday, 15 July 2020

    Proven to help lower your handicap, Arccos' Caddie Link wearable is now permitted under the Rules of Golf. The device, which automatically tracks shot data and performance without having to carry a smartphone on the golf course, has been permitted according to United States Golf Association (USGA) decision #2020-0305. Priced at £89.99, Link is compatible with iPhone and Android devices, and pairs with...

  • Galvin Green clothing merges style with sustainability

    Written by Rob Jerram on Tuesday, 14 July 2020

    Galvin Green have turned to science for Part Two of their 2020 golf clothing collection, as the premium golf brand merges performance with sustainability and style. The “Science of Excellence” apparel range sees Galvin Green call on 30 years of experience and passion in performance-driven design to create technical clothing aimed at giving golfers an extra edge on the course. New...

  • Revealed: ShotScope V3 GPS Watch and Shot-Tracker

    Written by Simon Daddow on Monday, 6 July 2020

    If there’s one product in golf that’s changed more than any over the last 20 years it’s how golfers get yardages and analyse their game. It’s hard to imagine now but two decades ago club golfers paced yardages from 150 yard markers in the fairway. Some preferred yardage books and tried second guessing how far was left to...