Accreditation was given for a number of things, including cruise lines that offered on-board golf simulators and/or putting greens and hitting nets and swing lessons from qualified teaching professionals.
Just like deciding between chipping or putting from just off the green, the choice often comes down to individual preferences, but if you need some guidance, here's what we think makes a good golf cigar.
What makes a great training aid? It's intuitive, it's original, and it gets results. We picked this year's best in three categories based on those criteria, along with value and usage by the game's best players and teachers.
These days, simply showing golfers their stats isn't good enough. We want them in real time, easy to read, using a smartly designed app on something that doesn't make us look like total nerds. (Even if most of us are nerds.) In the market for a cool way to track your game? These products are among the slickest we've seen.