Custom made and bespoke — with the quality of drivers hundreds of dollars more expensive, the PowerBilt AFO DFX Tour Black Driver offers something every golfer should experience — a top shelf club made from advanced materials specifically for him or her.
Both an app for staying connected to the game (amateur and professional) and a social network bringing golfers around the world together, the VPAR tracks and improves performance while giving you GPS layout of real world courses.
You can play with some excellent golf balls (bespoke with your name, if you like) from this upstart company taking on the big boy ball manufacturers with style attention to detail. Vice Golf Balls offer professional feel without the major expense.
Looking to improve your swing with every club in your bag, the Arccos Golf Performance Tracking System tracks your swing data, your course position, your distance, etc., all with provided sensors to attach to your clubs. It's one of the most informative and thorough teaching and playing aids available.
If you need to improve your game and don't have your own coach handy, the Golf Channel Academy app offers virtual real time lessons with multiple pros via smartphone.
From Blast Golf, this (deep breath) Blast Motion Golf Replay/3D Motion Capture Trainer with Smart Video Swing Analysis and Performance Data Overlay puts its sensors to work to improve your driving and putting.
It's closed to the public from now through the end of the 2015 PGA Championship, but (with a splurge) you can experience a round of championship caliber golf at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin along Lake Michigan. Just be prepared for one of the toughest public courses in the world.