The Edge 2022: 50 Game-Changing Products

The Edge 2022: 50 Game-Changing Products

The market for golf products is overflowing with new innovations and exciting ideas that are aimed at giving golfers of all abilities a better chance to play their best more often. This year has been no different, and we’ve been able to test a swathe of new and existing clubs, balls, shoes, gadgets and more, which are designed to give you an extra edge on the course without having to drastically change your swing or invest in a whole new set of clubs.

While swing changes can be effective, they can take a while to set in. The 50 products we’ve selected here should give you an immediate advantage while playing as you continue to work on improving your overall skill set. The Edge is a collection of products we believe will give you the upper hand over your opponents and the golf course. Whether it’s to help you hole a few more longer putts per round, make better strategic decisions or enhance your physical wellbeing, your scores and enjoyment of the game should improve if you make the investment in the product relevant to you. We all have goals, whether it’s winning a competition or breaking 90 for the first time, and perhaps the solution lies within this list.

clubs

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Evnroll Zero Putter

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MacGregor V Foil Wide Sole Sand Wedge

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Ping Chipr Wedge Review

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SIK Pro C Armlock Putter Review

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Vega Alcor Tour Wedge Review

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Game Tracking

Arccos Caddy Smart Sensors Gen3+

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GPS/Laser

Bushnell Ion Elite Golf GPS Watch Review

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bushnell tour v5 shift slim laser rangefinder in hand

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garmin-s62-pin-pointer-web

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nikon-coolshot-pro-II-laser-rangefinder-review

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shot scope pro lx plus in hand

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skycaddie-sx550-gps-review

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TAG Heuer Connected Caliber E4 Golf Edition Watch Review

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Voice Caddy SL2 Active GPS Hybrid Laser Review

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Trolleys

Bag Boy Nitron Push Cart

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Kaddey Switch Trolley Review

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Motocaddy M7 Remote Electric Trolley Review

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PowaKaddy CT8 GPS Electric Trolley Review

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PowaKaddy Micra Push Cart

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Shoes

The shoe and outsole of the Ecco Biom C4 golf shoe

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What Are BOA Golf Shoes

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Under Armor HOVR Tour SL

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balls

Srixon Q-Star Divide

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TaylorMade Tour Response Stripe

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Gloves

bionic golf glove

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Copper Tech Plus Glove Review

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Fitness/Wellness

Therabody Theragun mini

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Accessories

Henrik Stenson Eyewear Torque 3.0 sunglasses testing

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Oakley Radar EV Path sunglasses

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Sun Mountain Club Glider Meridian Travel Cover pictured at an airport

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Trident Align Transform Mirror

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Launch Monitors

Flightscope Mevo launch monitor

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Foresight Sports GC3 launch monitor

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full swing kit launch monitor review

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Garmin Approach R10 Launch Monitor Review

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Tech

Blue Tees Player Magnetic speaker

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dewiz app

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Exputt RG Putting Simulator

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PXG M16 Putter Shaft Review

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