Getting sick of the ads that keep popping up in your free course mapping app? Let the Callaway Upro MX+ ($250) guide your way. This handheld GPS device is the only one to give you actual aerial imagery and aerial flyovers for a large number of courses, and also features a 2.2-inch touchscreen LCD, 25,000 course renderings and yardages pre-loaded on the device, and compatibility with the uxplore website, which lets you upload, track and analyze scores and statistics for each round played, letting you know just how far you have to go before you're ready for the late summer scramble.
You already drive a Ferrari to the golf course, so why not hit your drives with one while you're there? The Ferrari Golf Collection ($TBA) is the result of a collaboration between the legendary Italian automaker and Cobra/Puma golf, and includes the signature Cobra Ferrari Driver, which is based on the Cobra ZL Encore, but has undergone some changes at the hands of Ferrari's engineers to improve aerodynamics, increase club head speed, and generally make it look more badass. Other pieces of the collection include an accessory range with premium visors, belts, gloves, umbrellas and bags, an apparel range with polos, knits, jackets and pants, and a signature Ferrari Golf Shoe. Coming to stores July 1. [Scouted by Miguel]
Sure, having a touchable aerial map of the hole you're playing is handy — but most of us play the same courses over and over, so we don't exactly need help remembering which way the dogleg turns. We just need the distance to the hole, which is exactly what the GolfBuddy Voice ($180) provides. Offering a 40,000 course capacity, with a slew of those pre-loaded, this diminutive virtual caddy is small enough to clip on your cap and literally tells you the distance to the front, center, and back of the green, so all you need to do is select the right club and hit the ball.