Golf equipment to help you on the course

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In October, “The Today Show” aired a segment on dozens of massive container ships waiting off Long Beach in California. The ships, which crossed the Pacific Ocean from Asia, were loaded with everything from consumer electronics to kitchen items, from clothing to sports equipment. Unfortunately, as you are no doubt aware, there are long waits at the port and too few trucks to get everything where it needs to go.

Experts say the problem won’t be fixed anytime soon, so now is not the year to wait or postpone your holiday shopping at the last minute. But don’t worry, Golfweek has got you covered. This is the first we’ve ever released our Holiday Gift Guide, and although it’s broken down into three parts, we’ve put together a list of things every golfer will love.

First, equipment can improve your performance on the course, make your course more enjoyable, and maybe even lower your scores.

Do not wait the last minute !

Arccos Caddy Pack (Arccos Golf)

Unless you or the recipient of your giveaway is on the PGA Tour, Arcoss gives you the most accurate statistical overview of your game possible. Tiny sensors screw into your clubs, then communicate with the Arccos Caddy Link to use GPS and track every hit you hit on over 40,000 courses. Then, using the power of artificial intelligence, Arccos makes club recommendations, compiles stats that reveal your strengths and weaknesses, and even gives you insight into pro-style shots. (From $ 279.99 at arccosgolf.com)

Bushnell Phantom 2 GPS

Bushnell Phantom 2 GPS (Bushnell)

The numbers at the front, middle and back of the green are huge on this device, which also provides distances to hazards. The powerful Byte magnet makes it easy to attach the Phantom 2 to your cart, but its carabiner also makes it easy to attach to your pack when you walk. (From 129.99 to bushnellgolf.com)

Club Champion gift card

Club Champion gift card (Club Champion)

Instead of buying a new club for your favorite golfers, get them a custom fit for a club that perfectly matches their swing. Club Champion has over 85 locations across the United States and gift cards are available in any denomination you like. (On clubchampion.com)

Garmin Approach R10

Garmin Approach R10 (Garmin)

Small enough to slip easily into a pocket of your golf bag, but useful enough to give you the data you need to improve your game, the R10 measures things like clubhead speed, launch angle, spin speed, ball speed, transport distance, total distance and more. (From $ 599 to garmin.com)

Gtech Ryder Cup Heated Pouch

G-Tech Ryder Cup Heated Pouch (G-Tech Apparel)

The fleece-lined interior compartment of this battery-powered device heats up to make a cool day on the course, or anywhere else, much more enjoyable. The US Ryder Cup team used them in cold weather at Whistling Straits. (From $ 155 at gtechapparel.com)

Electric remote cart Moto Caddy M7

Moto Caddy M7 Electric Remote Cart (Moto Caddy)

Using an M7 is like driving a Tesla. This cart uses a 28-volt power system to easily propel your bag even over the most hilly terrain. A small remote control lets you guide it forward, backward, left, or right as you walk alongside or behind your gear. Adjustable bag supports keep everything stable and secure. When you’re done, the M7 folds flat and fits easily into the truck of any car. (From $ 1,499 to motocaddie.com)

Ping Punch Foam Training Balls

Ping Punch Foam Training Balls

Plastic golf balls collect dust on the professional store wall, but these foam balls allow you to significantly practice in the backyard without blowing up windows or endangering the neighbor’s dog. They are made from stiff foam and mimic the flight and curvature of real golf balls. (Starting at $ 18 per dozen at ping.com)

PuttOut Travel Studio

PuttOut Travel Studio (Golf PuttOut)

Everything your loved one needs to become the Moss Boss can be found here. The putting mat allows the putts to roll in a shocking manner, while the sharpening of your shot using the firm mirror ensures that your eye position and configuration is ideal every time. The PuttOut Premium Trainer is a fun, easy way to keep meaningful practice and it folds up so you can take it to class. (From $ 128 at puttout.golf)

Rapsodo mobile launch monitor

Rapsodo mobile launch monitor. (Rapsodo)

Usable indoors and outdoors, the Rapsodo MLM sets up in about 30 seconds, then delivers things like ball speed, launch angle, and clubhead speed with precision. by 2% compared to machines that cost more than 20 times as much. It also captures high-quality video of your swing, overlays your shot stats, and lets you share your swings and data with instructors. (From $ 499.99 at rapsodo.com)

SkyCaddie SX 550 gps

SkyCaddie SX 550 GPS (SkyGolf)

The SX550’s 5.5-inch color touchscreen provides a clear, easy-to-read preview of holes on over 35,000 verified courses on the ground and gives you ultra-precise distances to hazards, as well as front, middle and the back of the green. Layup distances to any spot are a touch away, the green even spins to match your angle as you approach it, and the battery lasts for up to 14 hours. From $ 399 to skygolf.com)

Sun Mountain PX4 Cart

Sun Mountain PX4 Cart. (Sun Mountain)

When folded, the PX4 lays flat for easy storage, but it only takes two steps to transform it into a stable four-wheeled platform for your bag. Umbrella accessories, a cup holder, and a large storage compartment keep everything close at hand while you want it, but out of your pockets while you play. (From $ 249.99 at sunmountain.com)

Whoop 4.0 strap

Whoop 4.0 Strap (Whoop)

Worn by stars like Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas and Nelly Korda, Whoop tracks your exercise and sleep to help you not only get the most out of your workouts, but also maximize your recovery. The new Whoop 4.0 strap is smaller, has a longer battery life and can be worn either on your wrist, biceps or in new clothing like shirts, shorts and athletic tops that are part of the new Whoop collection Wearables. (From $ 30 per month at whoop.com)


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