Golf watch is a caddy on your wrist

Your friends will never be the wiser.


There are tons of technologies to improve your golf game--or at least try to--using both software and hardware. (Not to mention the lower-tech ones too.) But most of these aids aren't very discreet, leaving the hapless hacker open to infinite ridicule from the rest of the foursome.

Suunto's G6 golf watch computer, however, provides a covert way to monitor your game. Looking like an regular wristwatch from afar, it runs its own software to analyze why you spend half of every Sunday in the sand: "After each swing, you can check its tempo, rhythm, backswing length and speed," according to Gadget Grid.

When you've finally worked out all the kinks, you'll need just one thing for the perfect exit--the Cadillac of golf carts.

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