Walking Sticks Discount

Walking Sticks Discount

walking sticks


Fill Form for Code

[mauticform id=”12″]

We see adjustable clubs everyday, especially with our Drivers. But when was the last time you utilized adjustable irons. Walking Sticks consists of three adjustable irons. You get a 3/4/5, a 6/7/8, and a 9/P/S. The adjusting lever makes it very simple to switch from a 3 iron to a 5 iron in just a matter of seconds. A regular golf bag has 14 clubs in it and weighs about 27lbs. The walking sticks and lightweight bag weighs about 10lbs. Which would you rather carry? Especially when there are Par 3 courses all over the nation, all you need is your Walking Sticks and a putter and you will be just fine!

Walking Sticks wants to offer you a special discount during the holiday season. Get $100 OFF and a FREE Golf Bag on your next purchase. They are a great gift for the golfer in your life. The health benefits alone, by using the Walking Sticks and walking golf courses, is a huge aspect to why people are loving this product! Fill out the form below, access the promo code, and get $100 OFF and a FREE Golf Bag today! Check out their spec at walkingsticksgolf.com

Swing Caddie 2 by Voice Caddie Tested by Golf Life

Swing Caddie 2 by Voice Caddie Tested by Golf Life

Knowing your distances with each club is probably the best way to improve almost immediately. Most people think they know the distance they hit a particular club, but they usually are considering the optimal conditions and best contact.  Swing Caddie 2 is a new personal launch monitor, that captures very accurate distances for your irons, woods and driver.  This portable launch monitor provides advanced technology with a voice mode that speaks to you and tells your distance for each shot.  This allows you to immediately understand what the distance you hit was for varying strokes and contact with the ball and in different conditions.

The Swing Caddie 2 also provides detailed information like swing speed, ball speed, and smash factor.  This allows better golfers to refine settings on the driver, test different sets to get optimal equipment.  If you have more information for your swing and distances, the chances are your scores will drop.

Golf Life invited recreational golfers out to The Grand in Del Mar, California to try out the launch monitor on the range.  Watch the video above as golfers provide feedback on the SC200 version.  Plus we show you how to use the product and where it might fit in your bag.  If you would like to get your own Swing Caddie please visit Myswingcaddie.com.

Join Club Golf Life

Pin It on Pinterest