Still have some gifts to purchase for your golfing loved ones or friends? Well here are several value centered ideas we hope will help you make that last minute decision!
Tifosi has a line of golf specific eyewear that is exceptionally priced. The Track model retails for $25USD and features Tifosi’s Grilamid TR-90 homopolyamide nylon frame and hydrophilic rubber ear and nose pieces. The lenses are non-polarized and comes with a cleaning bag. There are 4 colour options to choose from including an awesome smoke red version.
Tour Edge Exotics EXS:
We’ve been impressed from the reviews were seeing from Tour Edge’s newest release, the EXS line of clubs. While the line has similar technology found in competitors clubs, the average retail price is considerably less.
The EXS Driver features two moveable weights, carbon fiber crown and sole plate, RollFace tech with VFT, TSP 910 Beta Titanium Face and 8-1-1 Titanium chassis, +/- 2° adjustable hosel and a Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei CK Blue shaft.
Driver retails for $299USD.
We did a preview on the Storm Towel from Hathway-Stewart. The 20″ x 20″ Storm Towel is designed and made in Canada. The main feature of the towel is it’s ability to stay dry and protect the clubs in the rain. We did a feature on it here and were impressed with not only its form but more importantly it’s function too.
The towel comes in 4 distinct colours and retails for $100CAD.
Precision Pro NX-7 Range finder:
The NX-7 laser range finder from Precision Pro is a lightweight distance measuring device that feature pulse vibration technology, 400 yd. target acquisition, is water and shock proof, 6x magnification, 1/10yd. measurements, and can be converted to metres.
The crazy part? It’s currently on sale for $229.00 with free shipping.
Catalogue 18 Magazine:
PGM’s good friend Guy Nicholson is launching Catalogue 18 Magazine via the crowdfunding site Kickstarter. The magazine features rich course visuals from around the world. Each issue will cost $60 and has some of the top golf course photographers contributing to make it one of, if not the best, golf course centric publications in existence.