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Emoji Poop Driver Head Cover

Written by: Tony Korologos | Thursday, June 1st, 2017
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I’ve tested out many golf head covers from classy high end ones like Sumi-G to inexpensive Chinese made pho leather ones like Craftsman Head Covers.  Until now none has really been a match for my game.  I’ve finally paired up my driver head cover to my play, like a wine aficionado pairs up a fine Italian red with baked ziti.  Say hello to Emoji Poop driver head cover.

Features

  • Fits all modern drivers up to 460cc
  • Thick padding in the head area protects club
  • Looks like a happy, smiling pile of poop

On The Course

My driving has been damn good of late.  I’m hitting 80-90% of my fairways.  No, I do not wish to talk about my iron game.  My short game hasn’t been great either.  But when I get to my golf bag and feel sorry for myself after making another bogey, I’m instantly entertained by that smiling pile of poop.  The poop helps bring things into perspective.

My 460cc driver fits easily.  Putting it on and taking it off is no problem.  I find myself rotating the poop while walking the course, you know, to make sure it is right side up.

Conclusion

This is a terrific golf novelty gift at less than $20 on Amazon.  I’ve finally found a match for my golf game in my poop head cover.

Father’s Day is coming up.  This would make dad’s day great. To seal the deal, the Emoji Poop driver cover registers the maximum available on the Hooked on Golf Blog Give-a-Shit-O-Meter.


First Look: TecTecTec VPRO500S Laser Rangefinder

Written by: Tony Korologos | Monday, May 22nd, 2017
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Yesterday in the rain I started testing the TecTecTec VPRO500S golf laser rangefinder.  The VPRO500S has features found in units costing $500, but can be found on Amazon for $179.

Some of those features include:

  • Pinsensor (LOL, not pinseeker) technology locks onto the pin
  • Slope
  • Yards or Meters
  • Measures up to 540 yards (good for you long hitters)
  • Very nice zippered case with elastic quick release
  • Compact size

I’m simultaneously testing two lasers right now.  It’s quite geeky on the course but all in a day’s work of golf blogging!

This could be a nice Fathers Day golf gift for golfers or even hunters.

Stay tuned for my full review soon.


First Look: Bushnell Golf Pro X2 Laser Rangefinder

Written by: Tony Korologos | Saturday, May 13th, 2017
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The battery to my (now former) laser rangefinder died last week on the first fairway.  I was quite surprised how accurate I was during that round with guessing yardages.  Thankfully I don’t have to go to the store and find one of those weird CR2 batteries or whatever they are. I’ll be replacing that dead battery and laser with a whole new laser I’ll be testing, the Bushnell Golf Pro X2 Laser Rangefinder.

Bushnell Golf Pro X2 Laser Rangefinder

Bushnell Golf Pro X2 Laser Rangefinder

Bushnell Pro X2 Laser Rangefinder Features

  • Pinseeker technology. If you haven’t used a Pinseeker unit, they’re awesome.  The laser easily locks onto the flagstick, even with shaky hands
  • “Jolt” technology vibrates the unit when the the laser locks onto the pin to confirm the right yardage
  • Accurate to 1/2 yard (more accurate than a GPS)
  • Can give ranges to the flag up to 450 yards for you big hitters
  • Slope technology with a switch to turn it off and be USGA legal for tournaments
  • Dual display: bright red or black
  • Waterproof
  • 6x magnification
  • SMALL! Much smaller than older lasers!

Father’s Day Golf Gift Alert!

My review is pending my testing. I’m compelled to point out that Father’s Day is coming up and the arrival of the new Pro X2 is perfect timing.  Based on my previous reviews of Bushnell Golf’s products I’d be willing to place a bet that dad will think you’re the most awesome person ever if you pick him up a Pro X2.  I’m confident I’ll be backing up those statements in my full review around the 1st of June.

Stay tuned.

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First Look: Bushnell Excel GPS Rangefinder Watch

Written by: Tony Korologos | Tuesday, May 9th, 2017
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Father’s Day golf gift alert…  I’ve just spent a few minutes setting up my new Bushnell Excel GPS Rangefinder Watch, loading the accompanying mobile app, and setting it up on my Google Pixel phone (Android).  See photo below.

This GPS Watch does more than a typical golf GPS. Here’s a short list:

  • GPS yardages
  • 35,000 courses
  • Book tee times
  • Record scores during and/or after play
  • Pedometer/Fitness tracker
  • View smartphone notifications (incoming calls, texts) from the watch

Mobile App (integrates with GPS watch)

  • Full color aerial views of hole layouts with distance
  • 3D flyovers with distances
  • Scorekeeping
  • Book tee times
  • Swing analysis stats

I’ll be starting my testing tomorrow in Wednesday league and posting a review before Father’s Day, hint hint.


Sci-Core Indoor-Outdoor Practice Golf Balls

Written by: Tony Korologos | Sunday, May 7th, 2017
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My short game needs more work than a 1975 AMC Pacer.  It’s nice to have a six-sleeve of Sci-Core indoor/outdoor practice golf balls handy to practice my chipping and pitching in the hallway.


I can even hit flops from the bottom of the stairs to the landing, then up the other half of the stairway to the 2nd floor of HOG World Headquarters.  If I mis-hit a shot, which is highly likely, I won’t break anything except my fragile confidence.  Sci-Core practice balls are soft.

Some pitching wedge work in the hallway

Sci-Core practice balls differentiate themselves from regular practice balls in a few ways. They’re soft, but will not crush or change shape. Many practice balls will cave in with hard swings, never to be the same shape again. The covers are durable and don’t scuff. The roll and flight is more accurate than any other practice ball I’ve used.

Final Thoughts

Practice makes permanent. Work on your short game inside or outside, in tight spaces without the worry of causing any damage on errant shots.


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