10 eye-catching products from the 2020 PGA Show that you can buy right now

January 27, 2020

With the 2020 PGA Merchandise show officially a wrap, our editors on the ground have come back from the front lines with some reports of some excellent new products that golfers at home can begin purchasing right away. Here’s a quick rundown of some of the best products that you can buy, which caught our eye at the show….

Momentus Sports

Bunker Wizard™

The bunker wizard was easily the most mesmerizing product I came across on the PGA Show floor. I must’ve watched the creator clean up a messy sandpit with ease over a dozen times. I never thought a new bunker “rake” would be something that left attendees buzzing. — Tim Reilly

$63.00

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FootJoy

FJ Flex Coastal

Admittedly, I was on the fence about the FJ Flex until this week. Then I was introduced to their Coastal version of the shoe. These mimic the very popular wool tennis shoe craze, but check one more box: they’re made for golfers. — Sean Zak

$109.99

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Jones

Jones Golf Bags

I knew of this company, but I finally was fully introduced to their line this week. Love their selection of options, and as someone who overuses their weekender bag, I am keenly interested in adding their gym bag to my selection. They’re very straightforward and I’ll use it as a carry-on for every trip. — Sean Zak

$170.00

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SuperSpeed golf

SuperSpeed C

SuperSpeed golf’s three weighted driver shafts, along with its corresponding training protocol, are trusted by reams of PGA Tour players because it’s one of the best speed training tools around. And now they’re brining a new trainer to market: A counterweighted model. With more weight at the top of the club, the trainer is designed to increase your handspeed along with your overall clubhead speed, to prevent golfers cheating the training aid with bad technique. — Luke Kerr-Dineen

$99.99

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FlightScope

Mevo+

FlightScope rolled out it’s consumer product, the FlightScope Mevo, last year, and returns this year with the Mevo+, an intermediate version with bulked up tech including more data points, and the ability to play on courses — Luke Kerr-Dineen

$2000

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TruGolf

TruGolf Home Swing Studio

Powered by the same E6 software that powers a host of indoor simulators, the TrueGolf Home Swing Studio allows you to play golf in your living room via a simulated, Wii golf-style experience. — Luke Kerr-Dineen

$389.99

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WellPutt

WellPutt Premium Pro Putting Mat

I genuinely like WellPutt. There are a thousand mats out there, but none that help you practice distance control. WellPutt’s mat does that, and makes a bit of a game out of it along the way. In 2020, they’ll be coming out with two more mats: a 13 footer and a 26 footer. — Luke Kerr-Dineen

$459.99

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SWANNIES GOLF

GOAT Polo

It’s a comfortable, athletic fit, with breathable fabric and a playful pattern. The color options are slightly limited, but if you’re a pattern guy (and a Tiger guy), it’s a fun option at a good price point. — Luke Kerr-Dineen

$56

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Palm Golf

PIÑA GLOVE

A range of golf gloves, each with their own splash of color, is a fun way of adding a bit of style to a piece of apparel that can often fly under the radar. — Luke Kerr-Dineen

$26

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Imperial

DNA Project

Imperial remains one of my favorite apparel brands around, and their new releases didn’t disappoint at the 2020 PGA Show. The company’s DNA project includes a range of fun, throwback hats and t-shirts. — Luke Kerr-Dineen

$30 (and up)

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