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The Best Golf Gadgets of 2024 

New clubs are fun, but let’s face it some golfers care more about the technology and tools they get to use than they do the clubs.

Golf gadgets are fun, some make us better players, some make a round of golf more enjoyable and others can even help us feel better after a tough round.

We tested and rounded up some of the best golf gadents of 2024, here’s what we came up with. 

Bushnell Wingman View

Bushnell is known for its rangefinders and their high levels of accuracy. However, this Bushnell Wingman View is a GPS unit that works as a Bluetooth speaker. The Wingman View provides distances to the green and other key points on the course. 

It also plays music and you can even program it to do announcements for you on the first tee box. Our favorite feature here is the strong magnet that ensures this one stays stuck to the golf cart no matter what happens! 

Rapsodo MLM2PRO

The Rapsodo MLM2PRO is a portable launch monitor. Even if you are new to the game or not really looking to make radical changes in your swing, consider the MLM2Pro for its detailed shot data and swing analysis. 

This one is so easy to set up, does wonders for your understanding of your game, and is more affordable than other launch monitors. The key in a launch monitor is accuracy (if it’s not accurate, it’s not worth the money), but the Rapsodo MLM2PRO offers impressive accuracy. 

Garmin Approach S70

The Garmin Approach S70 is a premium golf watch with advanced mapping and tracking features. We tested this one and use it currently when playing. 

Our favorite features of the Garmin S70 are the full-color course maps and precise yardage measurements. You can wear this one on and off the course, but we prefer it for on-course play as the screen is made to be a little larger and give you a better view of the hole. 

Theragun Mini

The Theragun Mini is a compact muscle treatment device designed to help you recover after a round of golf. It can relieve muscle tension, improve recovery, and help you get back out on the course quicker. 

If you are older than 40, you’ll find the Theragun Mini helps with all your aches and pains, not just your golf problems! You can even keep this one in your golf bag so it’s ready to go as soon as you finish playing. 

Whoop Strap 4.0

The Whoop Strap 4.0 is a fitness tracker that measures sleep, recovery, and strain. It is not a golf-specific training device but rather a tool to help you become a better athlete. Golfers who use Whoop are finding that they can shoot lower scores, feel better on the course, and easily take their game to the next level with minimal effort. 

If you are a fan of health and fitness and use golf as some of your weekly activity and exercise, the Whoop Strap 4.0 makes sense. 

HackMotion

The HackMotion wrist sensor offers real-time feedback on wrist angles and movements during the golf swing. You’ll be amazed by how much control the wrists have in golf. The angle of your wrist at impact controls the clubface and helps you hit straight shots. 

Wearing HackMotion also lets you compare your wrist angles to those of the professionals so you can see where your errors are. Most people find that the top of the backswing causes a lot of issues that can be remedied to make you a better ball striker. 

You can do a lot with the HackMotion (long game and short game), and its accuracy is impressive. 

Golf Forever Training System

The Golf Forever Training System is a fitness program designed specifically for golfers. Having some extra strength, flexibility, and torque in your swing will only help you gain more power. 

If you don’t like working out and training, the Golf Forever system at least makes the process a bit more entertaining. In addition, the progress you see will be well worth it. 

Arccos Caddie Smart Sensors

If you’re not sure how far you hit your clubs or what area of your game needs the most work, consider these Arccos Caddie Smart Sensors. The Arccos attaches to your clubs and gives you detailed shot tracking and analytics. 

You can make data-driven decisions about where your golf game needs the most work. The Arrcos sensors are lightweight, fit in your golf clubs with ease, and won’t disturb you while you play. 

FlightScope Mevo+

The FlightScope Mevo+ is a portable launch monitor that offers advanced data on ball flight and club performance. It’s similar to the Rapsodo MLM2PRO but has a slightly smaller profile. 

When we tested the FlightScope Mevo+, the ease of use stood out the most. You’ll have this one set up and ready to use within minutes on the range. 

PuttOut Pressure Putt Trainer

The PuttOut Pressure Putt Trainer is a putting aid designed to simulate the exact conditions of putting into a real hole on the green. This is the least expensive gadget on this list, but it can help you with accuracy and consistency. 

My only warning is that the PuttOut is difficult. It takes some time to get used to its performance. 

Final Thoughts 

The tricky part is finding the golf gadget that works best for your game. Although it would be great to own the entire list, try to grab something that analyzes your game and then another one that helps you train. 

The Golf Bandit
The Golf Bandit

Hi, I'm Jan. I love golf and I have been playing for a while now. I really enjoy trying out new golf clubs and equipment, and like to review them on my blog. I consider myself lucky as I have access to the latest clubs and gadgets, so I can get a feel for how they perform on the golf course. I also like to share my tips and tricks on how to improve your game, so if you're looking for help with that then look no further! Thanks for visiting, and I hope you find something useful here.

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