Golf club grips are a bit like a smartphone, says Sam’s Club
Golf club grip manufacturers Sam’s have released new grips to help golfers keep their clubs on target during tournament play.
The grips are the latest addition to the company’s range of golf club accessories and the Sam’s MasterCard optical card reader has been redesigned to allow users to keep track of their clubs.
Key points:Sam’s Mastercard optical card reads golf club dataThe new Sam’s club grips will be available in black, red, white and silverThe company says it will be “comfortable to use” but users will need to adjust the size to accommodate the gripsThe grips can be worn with the golf club, golf ball, ball shaft and any other item attached to the club.
It comes in a variety of sizes and styles to suit different styles of golfers.
Sam’s mastercard optical reader is an NFC reader that reads a golf club’s data to help ensure that you keep your clubs on track during tournaments.
“We wanted to give our customers the best possible experience with the Sams MasterCard to help them keep track and score,” Sam’s managing director of retail services, Nick Ralston, said in a statement.
“Our golf clubs are the most popular, with over 6 million registered members.”‘
It’s just the right size’The Sam’s golf club grip can be used with the ball shaft, ball or golf club.
The company’s new grips are designed to be comfortable to wear, with a range of sizes that allow for different grip styles.
The Sams golf club is made of polycarbonate and features a unique design that makes it one of the most flexible golf club models on the market.
“The golf club that we are building is the right fit for our customers and the right shape for our staff and our customers,” Mr Ralstons statement said.
“As a result, our new Sams grips will fit comfortably in the palm of your hand, but they are also super easy to put on and take off.”
The new golf club includes the Sam Sams Grip, a new golf grip design for the company.
“For customers who want the best out of their Sams, we’ve included a Sams grip with a unique unique design for a new SamS golf club,” Mr Jaffe said.
The new grips will also be available as a black or red version.
Sams Mastercard is the first golf club to use a laser sensor in the grip, which is able to detect how much distance your club is from your body and adjust the grip accordingly.
The golf ball shaft is made from a durable polycarbonic material and can be changed out for other types of golf balls, including black or gold.
The new ball shaft also features a sensor that will adjust the length of the shaft depending on the distance between the ball and the golf ball.
The shaft will also come with an adjustment button on the shaft that can be programmed to turn the shaft on or off.
The Golf Club MasterCard is also the first smart golf club device to use NFC technology, which allows golfers to easily store and retrieve cards from their golf clubs and smartphones.
“Golf clubs and cards are one of our top priorities for Sams as we have been committed to providing our customers with the most convenient, reliable and convenient products possible,” Mr Tapper said.
Sam has invested in research and development to increase the speed and accuracy of its golf club technology.
“It’s a technology that we have to constantly keep innovating, constantly improving and continually pushing our technology forward to offer our customers a more personalized experience,” Mr Sallenger said.
“We have a strong partnership with the Australian government that supports our efforts to ensure that our golf clubs can be as efficient and safe as possible.”
Sam’s will be offering a range and model of golf clubs for customers in the Australian market by the end of 2017.