Thank the golf gods that amateur golfers don't need to carry yardage books, pin placement sheets and have to rely on stakes and colored rocks on the fairway to gauge their distance to the flag. 3 hour rounds would turn to 5 hour rounds and golf just wouldn't be that fun anymore. So for us, having a rangefinder in the bag not only speeds up the game but allows us to know the distance to the flag. In the past, the biggest issue with rangefinders were the cost. It was hard to justify spending $300+ on a device just to get yardages. Although there were cheaper alternatives like GPS devices, I didn't like the general front - middle - back pin placement numbers. So, enter the PrecisionPro NX7 RangeFinder. Compact, accurate, easy to use, shock proof, water resistant and the best part, under $200!
How many of you golfers out there have ten different things running through your mind at set up before each shot? I know I have always had a few, but what are the most important ones? How can we remember to concentrate on just the really important ones to play well? I recently received ShoeTips and they could just be what we need to stay focused before each shot.
It's one thing to be the first to create something but it's another thing to be the best at it. For over 30 years, Sun Mountain has continued to raise the bar in golf bag design, performance and function through owner and inventor Rick Reimers continued inspiration and innovation. Their inventive approach and understanding the needs and wants from golfers fuels the passion to create the finest golf bags today. For the past 5 years, Sun Mountain has been the official golf bag of Club Wars. I have had the pleasure of using and testing their golf bags for some