Golf Accessories


Swing Boss Shows Golfers Face Impact Location

Written by: Tony Korologos | Monday, February 8th, 2016
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You can’t swing like a boss if you miss the sweet spot.  That we all know.  There are many ways to determine the impact point on a club like impact tape, putting baby powder on the clubface, and all sorts of others.  Swing Boss takes the impact zone to a whole new visual level.

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The Swing Boss golf accessory/golf training aid shows you exactly where the ball hits the clubface because the ball stays on the clubface!  The system utilizes mushy golf balls with velcro on them, velcro club-face tape, and a small practice mat with rubber tee.

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There are varying sizes in the club face velcro and varying tee sizes so the golfer can use multiple club types.
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In The Box

  • 1 x Grass Matt
  • 2 x Balls
  • 3 x Tee’s, S, M & L
  • 3 x Iron Velcro Pads
  • 3 x Driver Velcro Pads

$36 Investment

Off-center shots are unpredictable in distance and accuracy. Hitting the center of the club-face is huge. The player’s distance will be maximized and consistent. The control the golfer has will be optimized.

For $36 a golfer will get very important feedback.

My Own Game

Before last season I complained to my regular golf buddy who I’d played thousands of rounds with. “I keep hitting it on the toe.” I could see the marks on the clubface. He said, “Duh! Move closer to the ball.” So I setup with the ball the same amount closer to me that the off-center hit was toward the toe. BINGO. Huge improvement. I started hitting some of the longest drives EVER.

Knowing how to adjust one’s swing to get the impact on the swing spot is extremely important. Once you start hitting the sweet spot you are the boss, the Swing Boss.


First Look: Marc Pro Electrical Muscle Stimulation Machine

Written by: Tony Korologos | Monday, February 8th, 2016
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As of my last birthday I’m now qualified for the local “senior” 8-man team.  That means I’m often dealing with aches, pains, and muscle fatigue. I’m intrigued by the Marc Pro Electrical Muscle Stimulation Machine.  I hope to use it to help build up muscle strength in a couple of particular areas which are problematic for me, the lower back and my arms/elbows where I get golfer’s elbow.
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This machine looks like a tens unit, but the application is totally different. A tens unit is used to treat muscle spasms and stiffness. This unit is NOT used as a treatment for muscle issues. Rather, it is a device which helps build up muscle strength by stimulating in a very focused manner.

The Marc Pro muscle conditioning device creates unique, strong, but completely non-fatiguing muscle contractions that set off a cascading series of physiologic events. We call this a Muscle Activated Recovery Cascade, or “MARC®” for short.

While sitting here writing golf blog posts or programming custom code for my websites I plan on having the Marc Pro on the lower back and probably my forearms, to help them build up a little more strength.

The Marc Pro stimulates muscles to help improve or facilitate muscle performance. Many athletes use Marc Pro, and enjoy the benefits of enhanced recovery in a wide variety of sports ranging from golf, to cross-fit, to running. It has been cited as helping many golfers improve their golf game and recovery.

This is a new concept and I’ll by trying this out for a bit, and posting my results and a full review later.


First Look: TourMark Golf Grips

Written by: Tony Korologos | Friday, February 5th, 2016
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I need more putters… so I can put all of these grips on them! I just got a batch of samples in from TourMark.  These are the exact type of feel I love, tacky and with some softness to them.  Check them out:
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There’s a Scotland themed one too. I neeeeeed that one. I hope to test some of these when the snow melts this spring. I may give a few out to some pals to test too. I can’t change putter grips that often. As much as I want to try them all I don’t want to muck the one part of my game up that is good, my putting.


First Look: GolfBuddy CT2 Micro Golf GPS

Written by: Tony Korologos | Wednesday, January 20th, 2016
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My winter torture continues. Now in my hands is a micro golf GPS from GolfBuddy, the CT2. I’m hoping for some global warming so the snow melts fast and the courses open up, allowing me to start testing this baby. For now, here’s a picture and a few of the features listed below. Pray for the snow to melt.

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Golf Buddy CT2 Mini Golf GPS

  • Versatile design fits in pockets & clips to towel rings, belts, lanyards, golf bags, etc.
  • Dynamic green view with pin placement and distance readings from the golfer’s perspective
  • Distances to front/center/back of the green
  • Distances to hazards and layups
  • Digital scorecard
  • Automatic course/hold recognition
  • Legal for tournament play
  • Rechargeable battery provies up to 17 hours of golf GPS
  • Time
  • GPS Odometer
  • Waterproof up to 10 meters
  • Lanyard included

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First Look: TomTom Golfer Premium Golf GPS Watch

Written by: Tony Korologos | Wednesday, January 6th, 2016
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This is painful. There are two feet of snow on the grass here and the golf courses are closed for probably 2-3 months. I just got this TomTom Golfer Premium Golf GPS Watch in for review and all I can do is charge it up, put it on my wrist, stare at it in my office and dream of being on a golf course.

Here's a photo of the unit on my wrist. As close as I can get to testing right now #snow

Here’s a photo of the unit on my wrist. As close as I can get to testing right now #snow

I guess I could put on my snow boots and go for a walk round the golf course with it to check yardages…

So here’s the first look at least for now, and the unit and it’s accessories. I hope to review this golf GPS watch soon. Maybe I’ll have to make a trip to a warmer area, or maybe global warming can be real and the snow will melt soon.

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First impressions are that this is perhaps the first golf GPS watch I’ve received, and there have been many, that is actually small enough to wear comfortably.


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