It’s a little difficult to describe exactly what the weird golf product is. And it’s not bad at all. So let’s see if one (or more) of these unique products is up to you.
birdie juice flask
Ok, I’ll admit it. I own this flask, but to be fair I live in New England and it comes in very handy when the fall cold arrives.
This is very good quality. It’s a screw-in type and the cap is attached to the lever so you can’t lose it. So no annoying leaks. This version comes with some funnels which are nice and practical add-ons. Convenient for yourself and always a solid gift.
Get it here: birdie juice flask
glowing golf ball
Do you enjoy playing golf in the dark? Finding the ball after the shot is much easier with glowing golf balls. The ball works just like a regular ball and has a full compression core.
After charging, it will stay bright for about 15 minutes and then glow for 4-6 hours. Never lose a ball in the dark.
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loudmouth golf pants
Loudmouth golf apparel and accessories are made to bring a whimsical and playful touch to the golf course. With two-time major champion John Daly as a prominent sponsor, his Loudmouth is now recognized as his cool and quirky lifestyle brand.
Of course it’s not just pants (not just menswear). Golf shorts, shirts, masks, flags, vests, headcovers, shoes, it seems to have it all.
Loudmouth golf pants are sure to turn heads.
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golf swing shirt
Honestly, at first glance, this product looked pretty weird (one of those truly weird golf products). A bright orange shirt (why bright orange?) A shirt with only one sleeve that covers both arms. It feels like a supple straight jacket.
Designed to give you a sense of ‘connection’, the feel of your arm and body in the golf swing. It seems to get some sound reviews (it even did what it calls a feel-true ‘connection’ with a golf swing shirt) and is endorsed by three-time major winner Padraig Harrington.
update: Other colors include black, white and camouflage
Get it here: golf swing shirt
golf tee sill
This falls into the category of “did the world really need this?” Some people like it, and some (myself included) shut their mouths before they get into trouble.
In fact, we wrote about it years ago in this article about stupid golf products at the 2012 Boston Golf Expo.
what is that? A pencil on the end of the tee. If you’re looking for a dirty scorecard (pocket stains, etc.), this is probably for you.
Get it here: golf tee sill
We all know that removing those pesky plastic golf cleats can feel like trying to unscrew a rusty nut from a bolt. Should I just use a traditional spike remover? i don’t think so! I need a little more firepower.
Hence the SoftSpikes cleat ripper. Removes even the most stubborn golf cleats. promise.
Get it here: Soft Spikes cleat ripper