The best golf wearables to improve your game and swing
Aug20

The best golf wearables to improve your game and swing

Despite what you may think, golf isn’t your dad’s sport anymore. With wearable technology breaking into many facets of our lives, it was only a matter of time before we found a way to quantify our golfing performance. Smartwatch and sensory technology have come a long way in helping golfers hone their skills, even despite their level of experience. Do you need a little help with distance or keep getting the ball stuck in a sandpit? Fear no more because we took a look at wearables for your wrist, hands, and even your back that will help you get the best golf swing. The best golf watches, GPS golf devices, and swing analyzers GameGolf The Game Golf Classic is revolutionizing the way you play golf. This unique wearable has small sensors that plug into the end of your grips and another sensor on your belt that records data from your round. This device is completely independent and doesn’t bluetooth to a smartphone. Instead, users will upload their data to a computer, where users will be able to view data on automatic game tracking, shot detection, club performance, and shot dispersion, just to name a few. Users will be able to get their best golf swing down with a little help from this wearable (which is available for $199). Garmin Approach S6 The running joke is that this watch will do everything your caddy does, and for $399 bucks, it better. The Garmin Approach S6 is the sixth generation device to come out from the company that basically marketed GPS tech to the masses. Golfing enthusiast website Critical Golf  gave the smartwatch and astounding score of 95 out of 100, and for good reason. The Garmin golf GPS watch comes with a top of the line tracker and overhead map display, all tucked under a touchscreen. It has built in scoring and statistic tracking to make this one of the top performing golf watches on the market today. Zepp Golf Sensor Golfing is intended to be a relaxing sport, but if you’re trying to step up your game, it can be frustrating when you aren’t seeing results. Zepp recently put out a relatively affordable ($149) new golfing wearable that is designed to improve your performance with real time data tracking — without having to wear a bulky GPS golf watch. The golfer’s swing device is a tracker that you attach to your glove and monitors your club speed, hip rotation, swing plane, tempo, and back swing position. The data is fed to an app on your smartphone that creates a visual representation of your performance. The data can even come together to give...

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