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Golf Australia Express : Issue 14
GIFT THE ROUND THE BLEND Not widely known, Optima’s Tour Blend balls promise great feel around the greens without compromising distance off the tee (or so they tell us). If all of that’s true, theyse pills are an absolute steal for their price. $31; pgfgolf.com ON STRYKE Odyssey by name and very odd by design, the Backstyke Marxman putter is probably different to anything you’ve used before. Designed to help put topspin on the ball for a truer roll, it should help you find the back of the cup more often. $289; odysseygolf.com STRIPE IT It’s about time we all added a bit more colour to our games—and outfits. The latest Stripe Pipe polo from Oakley’s golf range does just that. Made entirely from polyester, its lightweight and cool. Did we mention it’s also moisture-wicking meaning you won’t stink—even if your game does. $80; au.oakley.com BUY THE BUY 5 MORE ITEMS TO HELP YOUR ROUND BEAM ME UP It’s well-known fact that laser is more accurate than GPS. And the latest laser rangefinder from Nikon—the 550AS— is one of the coolest looking devices out there. Its compact, lightweight design makes it easy to use with one hand—leaving your other free to fish in your bag for an extra ball. $599; nikon.com STANDING UP The H2NO standbag from Sun Mountain comes with nine pockets including a velour-lined valuables pocket and full-length apparel pocket, as well as a waterproof rain cover for, well, when it rains. $260; sunmountain.com