Golf

The 6 Must-Have Golf Products of 2017

Don’t worry, it’s still winter. You’ll shake off the cobwebs in a few months, card the best round of your life, and slowly recede back to your normal handicap. But for now, you can dream, and dream big. We scoured the market for 2017’s best golf products, and here’s what you need to take your game to the next level…

No. 6: Nike Flyknit Golf Shoes 

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We see you, Nike. Making us feel like LeBron putting the ball into the circle. These are the most comfortable golf shoes you’ll ever put on your feet, and it’s not even close…

No. 5: G/FORE Gloves

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How creepy is this picture? Looks like a rainbow Hitler salute. Nevertheless, these gloves are fantastic and add an element of style that your vanilla game definitely needs…

No. 4: SKLZ Ball-First Trainer

If you know us here at TheLead, we’re all ball-first bros, so it should come as no surprise that we love this super cheap training method. Great tool for learning how to compress the golf ball…

No. 3:  Jones Utility Series Stand Golf Bag

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Sexy, functional, durable, we’d take this bag over Jerry, Tom, Lolo, Rashida, Norah, Tommy Lee, or any other Jones, any day of the week…

No. 2: TaylorMade M1 Driver

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Is that an audio mixing machine or a stick for hitting golf balls? There’s a reason why more pros are using the M1 than any other club — it’s the best driver on the planet…

No. 1: Forelinx

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We started using Forelinx four months ago and can’t imagine golfing without it. We’re based in LA (they currently have courses in the Southern California, Northern California, Arizona, and Vegas markets), we all play 1-2 times per week, and Forelinx saves us a ton of money. We did the math and our Forelinx membership saves us about $200/month each, a savings that we to take our wives/girlfriends out to fancy dinners (kidding, we use it to buy all the other expensive AF stuff on this list). It’s “ClassPass for golf,” and the booking platform is super easy — no fees, no bullshit. If you’re in one of their locales and play more than twice a month, it’s a no-brainer…

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