Nike has announced its newest golf shoe, the Air Max 97 G. The “Silver Bullet” colorway is reminiscent of the original Air Max 97s, which Nike released in 1997. They were the first of Nike’s shoes to have an air bubble that ran the length of the shoe. This golf iteration features the elongated air
As you’ve probably seen, Australia is battling widespread wildfires across the country in the region’s worst fire season in decades. At least 24 people have lost their lives. In the hardest-hit state, New South Wales, over 1,300 houses have been destroyed. An expert at The University of Sydney estimated that 480 million animals in New
It’s been an exciting week of primetime golf and fierce competition surrounding the Presidents Cup. You might not have been able to swing a trip to Royal Melbourne to cheer on your favorite team, but these Presidents Cup-inspired will help you get into the spirit of things from afar. All products featured on Golf Digest
The holidays are rapidly approaching, so hopefully you’ve crossed most of the people off your shopping list. With the presents wrapped and waiting to be opened, don’t forget to fill the stockings! These small gifts for golfers work great as stocking stuffers or for that gift-exchange party you always forget to pick something up for.
There’s no shortage of cool, new golf products being released on a weekly basis. Whether it’s modern, fashion-forward apparel; stylish but ultra-comfortable shoes, useful accessories; sleek tech or some other sort of on-course gear, we have eyes on it all. We’re combing through the best of all of it—to pinpoint the best new golf stuff
For unique and thoughtful gift ideas for the golfer in your life, Golf Digest SELECT has a collection that’ll impress. The line features collaborative golf products designed with some of the coolest brands in golf. From bold Imperial hats to gallery-worthy Lie + Loft prints, there’s something for everyone on your list this holiday season.
December has already begun and the holiday shopping season is upon us. With all the Cyber Monday sales buzzing around, it can be hard to keep track of them all. One Cyber Monday sale you don’t want to miss is the Walmart golf sale. From golf balls to rangefinders, pushcarts to training aids, save on
RELATED: Golf training aids: The best devices to help your game this fall Putting mirrors have been around for years. But the PuttOUT is a unique take with a modern feel on the traditional mirror, because it works on many aspects of putting in . First, the mirror makes it easy to see eye placement over
The NeuraPutt is the epitome of target practice. Three sets of foam bumpers allow a user to adjust the size of the cup. Start off by hitting 10 putts from five feet with the thinnest (orange) bumpers, which provide the widest opening. As you improve, make the target more challenging with medium-size bumpers (green) and,
RELATED: Golf training aids: The best devices to help your game this fall The Smart Ball, an overnight sensation years in the making, was in the market a few years before Justin Rose was spotted using it on tour. Suddenly, it gained a large following. It’s simply an inflatable ball that, when used as prescribed,
RELATED: Golf training aids: The best devices to help your game this fall Here’s an ingenious idea: With the Acu-Strike practice mat, you can instantly study your swing path and impact location by striking a small piece of felt. Both the indoor and outdoor versions measure 10 inches by 19 inches, which is big enough
RELATED: Golf training aids: The best devices to help your game this fall The beauty of the Swing Align is that you can hit balls with it and get immediate visual and kinesthetic feedback. To get started, slip the padded cuffs onto your biceps. The cuffs must be snug, or the device will move during
Golfers love their accessories, and in an ever-growing world of wearable technology and smart products—from rangefinders to GPS watches—there’s a lot to choose from. Some prefer distance-measuring product with a clean display, others focus on gear with durable construction, and there are those who crave endless analytics and tour-level precision. These gift ideas cover all
Arguably the hottest item among Tour professionals this year hasn’t been the latest driver or longest ball. In fact, this product doesn’t even help golfers hit their shots. But, it does make them better players and more-focused competitors. The WHOOP Strap 3.0 has been on the wrists of several Tour winners this year, as well
With the holidays just around the corner, two major themes are likely a part of your planning: Traveling and gift giving. The newest collection from the FootJoy 1857 line targets both areas with premium leather travel accessories, a great gift for others (or yourself, we’re just here to help). These accessories—a duffel, shoe bag and
With the holidays rapidly approaching, it’s time to start thinking about what your favorite golfers want to unwrap this year. Resist the urge to give an anticlimactic gift like a sleeve of generic golf balls or some tacky golf-themed set and give them something to get excited about. You won’t have to attach the receipt
If you’re unfamiliar with the term “athleisure,” consider this your official introduction. It’s a category of clothing that is athletic and designed for exercise, but also suited for everyday wear. As style becomes increasingly casual and the golf world becomes more lax on dress codes, athleisure, for men, specifically, is becoming more popular with those
A week before Thanksgiving, there will be a big Nike Air Jordan golf-shoe drop for those who have been waiting for Nike’s latest iteration of the popular shoe: the Air Jordan XI Lows in ‘Cool Grey.’ The color has been popular for Nike since 2001, when it was debuted in the basketball version of the
Finding the right outfit for a golf outing can be challenging. Even the most fashion-forward golfers struggle to balance style, comfort and dress codes. We caught up with ultra-stylish golf nut and actress Kathryn Newton at last month’s Ralph Lauren Pro-Am for tips on how to dress to impress on the golf course. “Just because
Allocating time to stretch before rounds and on off-days is a must as golfers age. An apparatus called the Most Important Stretch in Golf (MISIG) is designed to prevent injury while helping you regain some strength and flexibility. To begin, attach the rubber cuff above your left elbow (for right-handers). Grab onto the foam grip
Countless golfers struggle to feel a proper putting stroke. With the Putting Arc T4, you simply trace the toe of the putterhead against the elliptical-shaped black rail to experience an inside-to-square-to-inside stroke path. The portable T4 can be used indoors on a carpet or floor (secure it with tape or weights) or on an actual
Golf instructors have relied on video and full-length mirrors to teach the full swing for decades. LiveView Pro is a more sophisticated answer. This 2.5-ounce video camera combines the best attributes of both, so you can make immediate connections between what you feel and see. And, with a video-drawing tool, you and your coach can
Having burst on the scene in 2007, the Dave Pelz Putting Tutor is an oldie but goodie. Putting guru Dave Pelz engineered the 9-inch-long plastic aid with the belief that every putt starts as a straight one. At address, check your face alignment, and a white line gives you a visual cue of your intended line.
Made by California-based Blast Motion, which is increasingly becoming a leader in swing analytics in golf, the company’s latest Blast Golf sensor turns any club into a smart club with swing data, so amateurs can train with purpose. Like other game systems, slip the sensor onto the butt end of a standard grip using the
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month involving thousands of organizations supporting the education, detection, prevention and treatment of breast cancer. Many golf companies have teamed up with organizations to donate a percent of sales and help spread awareness. From apparel to golf accessories and more, we collected some of our favorite golf products that have
Golfers are inundated with gadgets and gizmos that promise to take their games to new heights. How do you know if these products really work, or better yet, how do you find the best golf training aids to help your game? First, look for a product that’s easy to use; second, it should do one
Knowing whether your hands and wrists are in good position at key points in the swing can be a challenge. With the Impact Snap, you receive instant feedback. Begin with half-swings to get accustomed to the timing, then build up to full swings. Grip the unit so the yellow ball is below your trail forearm.
Perhaps you’ve heard of the original Orange Whip Trainer ($109), a popular product designed to help you develop a rhythmic, well-balanced swing. At 47 inches long and a hefty 1.75 pounds, the club has a 10.5-ounce orange ball at the end of an ultra-flexible shaft. These components will help you feel a one-piece takeaway, smooth
Many golfers struggle with excessive head movement during the swing. Some sway or turn their heads away from the ball on the backswing, and others look up too quickly on the downswing. Both faults trigger inconsistent contact. With the StanceCheck iZone glasses, you can learn to limit head movement either going back or swinging through.
One of the oldest and best practice drills involves wedging a towel or headcover under one armpit and trying to hold it there during part of the swing. The SlotShot, an ergonomically-shaped piece of foam attached to a lanyard, works even better. If you’re a right-handed golfer, hook the lanyard clip to a belt loop