Golf accessories, like golfers, come in all shapes and sizes. From tiny cleaning tools to nine-foot putting greens, golf accessories are designed to help you improve your golf game and make your next round more enjoyable. Here are five of our favorite golf accessories.
Yoport Golf Club Brush and Club Groove Cleaner
Keeping your clubs free of debris will allow you to get the proper spin and elevation from your shots. This tool has nylon bristles to clean your woods, wire bristles to clean your irons and even a sharp spike to clean stubborn spots stuck in hard to get grooves.
Putt-A-Bout Grassroots Putting Green
Improve your putting stroke away from the course with this kidney-shape green that features three hole locations and “sand traps” to catch those errant shots. Roll it up and use it in your home or office. The slight elevation and quick surface makes this a great practice aid.
Garmin Approach S20 Golf Watch
The high-resolution display of yardage to front, middle and back of the green is just the start of what this watch can do. It is also TruSwing compatible for swing analytics, has AutoShot for post-round analysis with Garmin Connect and even will notify you of incoming texts and calls.
Greens Towel Microfiber Golf Towel
Keep your golf clubs and ball clean with these super absorbent towels. They are the perfect size to put in your back pocket or clip to your golf bag or belt loop. The towels are machine washable and the antimicrobial material helps fight mildew odor.
Team Golf NFL Contour Golf Club Headcovers
Celebrate your favorite football team from the first tee to the 19th hole with this fun golf accessory. They’re designed to fit today’s oversized clubs but also snug enough to stay on secure. Nylon sock protects your club shaft while the velour-line top keeps club heads safe.
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