1. ES14 Launch Monitor
The way you practice is usually the way you play, so it helps to have the right tools. The Doppler-based ES14 measures your club-head and ball speeds and calculates spin rate, launch angle, carry and total distance with the same precision you’d expect from a monitor 10 times the price. Your new driving range (and your game) can now go anywhere you want to take it.
The Nikon’s stability technology steadies the slight hand movements that occur while ranging. The Bushnell Hybrid is the world’s first “Golf Laser Rangefinder” combo device, with a fully integrated display featuring laser and GPS. Jolt technology confirms when you’re locked onto the flag.
$449, nikonsportoptics.com.; $399, bushnellgolf.com.
Your golf game is always best with deadly wedge play—not a deadly wedgie. The folks at 2UNDR have developed the ultimate boxer briefs, with patented “Joey Pouch” construction that provides comfort and a unique moisture control layer. They come in seven collections and dozens of colors—including your favorite collegiate teams.
ClickCaddie’s inventor came up with this cool clip after he left his cell phone in the back of a golf cart one too many times.
Ecco may still be known for the “Freddy Couples” shoes they launched over a decade ago. But they have added some cool to go along with the comfy. The new Biom G3s are made from yak leather to keep your feet cool and dry and Zarma-Tour spikes to keep your grip. Yaks don’t golf—but they do want to be cool and dry.