A relaxed grip and a natural swing of the putter are possibly the most important aspects to score a lot of birdies or eagles in the golf course. Developed by German company Sensosolutions, the “SensoGlove” is a digital glove that measures the level of grip pressure 80 times a second, which is further analyzed by a built-in computer and displayed on a water/sweat proof 1.2-inch LED digital monitor on the back of the glove. All the users need to do is dial in their target pressure on a scale of 1 to 18 before the swing and let the glove read and display the pressure to warn them with an audio warning, in case the grip is too tight (or loose for that matter) during the swing.
Moreover, the glove can read the grip of the fingers individually to ensure a perfect grip. Claimed to be the first digital golf glove in the world, the SensoGlove lets the golfers learn how to hold the club quickly and avoid the dreaded “death grip” and improve their game. Available for $89 from the SensoGlove website, the glove can be replaced for $22.48, while you can have a left-hand/right-hand value pack for $132.94.