Despite witnessing many friends fall under the spell of Tiger Woods, some of us at Crave have resisted learning how to play golf for one simple reason: It's the kind of sport that would drive us nuts. If we ever become tempted, however, the "SensoGlove" might well be the first thing we'd purchase. (Well, maybe after a robo-caddy.)
Made by SensoSolutions, it has a built-in computer that monitors grip pressure and other factors, then supposedly provides advice on how to make adjustments, according to GizmoWatch. Four sewn-in sensors send information for display on a small LCD on the back of the leather glove.
One good thing is that it's definitely less expensive than the $55,000 Full Golf Swing simulator, though no doubt less fun. And it has another essential feature in that it's sweatproof.