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Golf Australia Express : Issue2
SPOT ME The pros’ secret to alignment is marking a line on their golf ball to match it to their intended line. That, and being really good at putting. You can meet them halfway with the Spot Liner. Comes with a marking guide and mini-marker. $49. sklz.com FIX MY BALLS Bridgestone’s new xFIXx balls are aimed at the mid to high handicapper. It’s a 2-piece ball with a “newly formulated soft ionomer cover” (whatever that means) and has been designed with a 330 dimple seamless cover (whatever that means). So it’s a new golf ball, right? $34. bridgestonegolf.com WHAT A TOOL Ergonomically shaped, moulded and compatible with 24.5mm markers, these divot tools are a great addition to your bag. Available in antique brass, antique nickel or black nickel. Very cool tools indeed, if there are such things. $19. qualitygolf.com.au FALL IN GLOVE With a suede palm for a fantastic grip in wet conditions, the Mizuno Rain Fit Golf Glove is great in any condition and looks good for those glove fashionistas out there. Fits snugly. What else can we say about it? It’s a glove. $24. mizuno.com WHAT TO BUY FOR THE GOLFER IN YOUR FAMILY GIFT THE STRAIGHTEN UP Get rid of that golf slice or hook for good. The adjustable guide pads of the Slice Eliminator encourage a correct in-to-in golf swing path for straighter shots, and gives immediate feedback on an out-to-in and inside- out swing path. (And after that, I’m out). $49. sklz.com SPIKE MULLIGAN These Zarma spikes from CHAMP have a three material design to help with traction and reduce pressure on the foot, which should making walking the course that little less taxing. Available in 14 colours. $35 for set. champspikes.com 6 THINGS UNDER $50