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Club Stick

Written by: Tony Korologos | Tuesday, August 30th, 2011
Categories: Golf AccessoriesGolf GearReviews
Club Stick

The Club Stick in action - click to see more photos

Next time you play in one of those three club tournaments here’s your bag, the Club Stick. The Club Stick is a plastic stick which holds three clubs and can either stand up via a fork which goes into the turf, or a clip which hangs on the side of a golf bag.

Benefits

The main benefit to the Club Stick I can see is keeping clubs dry which you bring to the green area or away from your bag.  Nice to keep the clubs and grips off the wet grass.

Lately my greens in regulation is so bad (50%), that I’m always bringing 2-3 clubs to greens.  I put those three in the Club Stick and all I have to do is grab it and head to the green.  No digging in the golf bag for my putter, lob wedge and 8-iron (the three clubs I’ll need to get up and down).

Critiques

The Club Stick web site claims that the product will improve the golfing experience because it lets you “focus less on managing your gear.”  That seems a bit of a contradiction, since the unit would be an additional piece of gear to manage, but I get it.

Conclusion

One of the better accessory offerings for keeping club grips dry.  Convenient for the range or those who like gadgets on the course.  Don’t think serious players would use it, but the casual 18 handicapper might.

Related Links

Club Stick web site

HOG Club Stick photos


Cypress Classics Golf Keepsake Box

Written by: Tony Korologos a.k.a. mediaguru | Friday, August 26th, 2011
Categories: Golf AccessoriesGolf GearReviews
Cypress Classics Golf Box

Cypress Classics Image Box - Click for larger image

I received a sample Large Box from Cypress Classics a few days ago. Seldom have I gotten this stoked and had such a great first impression of a product like I did with this one.

About Cypress Classics

Cypress Classics makes some very nice tee prizes, award plaques, keepsake boxes, awards, logo ball displays, throws and picture frames. The products are very classy looking and well made.  I particularly like the wood finish and the lamination.

Large Box

My Large Box is really neat.  It has a picture of Lake Nona on the top.  The image is atop a ceramic tile inlay in the lid as well.  Very nice.  Cypress can put any image you desire on the top of the box.

The fine wood of the box is a red colored maple hardwood and the lid’s hinges are made of brass.  Very elegant.

The inside of the box is lined with a forest green fabric which is great for putting fine items inside.  The large perfectly fits four sleeves of golf balls.

Cypress Classics Box

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Conclusion

Hard to write a 2000 word review on a golf keepsake box.  This review will top out at about 250, but I could sum it up in five words.  Cypress Classics products are cool.

I have my keepsake box on my dresser and put small valuables, pocket cameras, football tickets and my wallet in there.  Love it.

Related Links

Cypress Classics Web Site

HOG Cypress Classics Image Gallery


Asher Golf Gloves

Written by: Tony Korologos | Monday, August 22nd, 2011
Categories: Golf AccessoriesGolf ApparelGolf GearReviews

Thanks to Asher Golf for the golf gloves, which in a few recent rounds have saved me some strokes.  I normally don’t wear golf gloves, but in the rain or when it is hot and humid and my hands are sweaty, I have to wear them to prevent the club from slipping.

Cooltech Deathgrip

The first glove I tested out was the ultra cool Asher skeleton glove called the “Cooltech Deathgrip,” pictured below.  Anyone who knows me, knows the quickest way to my golf heart with a golf gear item is to slap a skull on it.  The Deathgrip has a skull on the palm and bones on the fingers.

Asher Cooltech Deathgrip

Asher’s Cooltech Deathgrip glove is cool looking AND performs amazingly. Click for more images.

The glove doesn’t just look cool.  It fit my hand, ahem, “like a glove.”  I had excellent feel and control even during very wet situations in St. Andrews, Scotland.  The glove is very durable as well.

Asher Cooltech Birdy

Cooltech Birdie

Ever have the need to turn around to the jerk behind you and give him a piece of your mind after he hits into your group?  Feel the need to give a one finger salute to your opponent when he makes birdie on you with two presses working?  The Asher Cooltech Birdie would be an excellent glove choice for those situations.  Not only does the glove perform well, it has a bird on the middle finger to help out with the visual message you may need to send out on the course.

About Asher

I was surprised to find that Asher is based about a 45 minute drive north of HOG World Headquarters.  They’re locals!

Asher’s lineup currently includes 16 cool glove designs which range in price from $9.99 to $19.95.

Related Links

Asher Golf web site

Hooked On Golf Blog Asher Image Gallery


Caddie Clip

Written by: Tony Korologos | Friday, August 5th, 2011
Categories: Golf AccessoriesGolf GearReviews

I’m not sure how many club and cigar holders there are out there, but there are quite a few.  Someone may need to invent a club/cigar holder holder.

Caddie Clip

Caddie Clip is a fun cigar/club holder to join the fray.  This clip is stuck into the ground or a golf cart tee holder by the bottom section of the unit which is shaped like a golf tee.

Caddie Clip

The fun Caddie Clip keeps club grips dry and stogies fresh. Click for larger image.

A spring loaded clamp holds the club or cigar above the grass to keep the grip dry, or prevent that beloved stogie from picking up pesticides and fertilizer from touching the ground.

When not in use, the tee spins around and the unit folds into a more compact shape for storage.

Colors and Options

The Caddie Clip is available in four colors: Orange, Blue, Green, Red.

Single units are priced at $4.99 and a 4 Pack is priced at $17.99.

Branding

I’m sure that custom logo is a possibility with this unit, as the logo on the sides of the ball is simply a sticker.

Related Links

Caddie Clip web site

Hooked On Golf Blog Caddie Clip images


Club Glove Microfiber Golf Towel

Written by: Tony Korologos | Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011
Categories: Golf AccessoriesGolf GearReviews
Club Glove Microfiber Golf Towel

Club Glove Microfiber Golf Towel. Click to enlarge.

For my 2nd golf towel review in the past week (I’m on fire), I’m featuring the Club Glove Microfiber golf towel.  I’ve got this towel in play right now and have for about 15-20 rounds, including my recent rounds in Scotland.

Technology

The Club Glove Microfiber towel is a pro-tour size towel at 17×40 inches.  As the name implies, the fabric of this towel is much more dense than a standard towel which allows it to hold 300% of its weight in water.  The fabric is also lint free.

With the micro fibers, the towel is soft enough to use on glasses, or delicate surfaces which you don’t want to scratch.  I’m a bit paranoid of doing my glasses though, as I use the towel to clean my clubs and certainly dirt can get on the towel which would scratch them.

Club Glove Microfiber Golf Towel

Waffle Texture

The texture (left) of the towel is similar to that of a small waffle pattern.  This helps absorption and gives a nice varied surface for cleaning clubs.

On The Course

The towel has an eight inch center slit for mounting on clubs in the golf bag.  The slit is great for being able to remove the towel easily to take it to the green or away from the bag, while at the same time prevents the towel from falling off and getting lost.  I usually slip three irons through the hole so that removing one club doesn’t result in the towel falling to the ground.

Options

The Club Glove Microfiber towel is available in nine colors.  If you like the color of my towel in the photos, that one is the “gray” selection.

For an extra $10 over the $19.95 sticker price, Club Glove will personalize the towel.  When someone rips off your towel you can identify it now because it has your name on it!  Two options of small script print or larger block letters is available with four different thread colors.  A third option provides letters or initials inside a diamond shape.

Pocket Towel

A matching greenside “pocket towel” is included as well, though unfortunately I didn’t get one with my unit.  The pocket towel is 8×12 inches.

Conclusion

Great towel.  I love the fact that it doesn’t attach with a hook or clasp to the bag, making it easy to mount to the bag and take it off.


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