This wireless speaker is the ultimate on-course accessory

The G-ROK wireless speaker is perfect for golfers.


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If you’ve never played a round accompanied by your own curated playlist, now’s the time to tick that box.

Music has become more accepted on the golf course, and that means a portable wireless speaker is a must-have accessory. Though the options are numerous, you can’t go wrong with the G-ROK.

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Not only is the speaker both waterproof and dustproof, it’s also magnetized, so it will adhere effortlessly to your golf cart. There’s also a removable clip that snaps directly onto your bag.

You can play songs from your phone with built-in Bluetooth, or via an included auxiliary cord. You can also store up to 5,000 songs via a micro SD card, and a single charge provides 24 hours of play time.

Check out the speaker in detail below, and get ready to rock out during your next round!

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G-ROK Wireless Golf Speaker

The G-ROK will provide you with 24-hour battery life, 30-foot range of wireless quality sound, and one heck of a powerful magnetic hold to your golf cart. This speaker is a must-have for all golfers.
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