This won’t help my golf game — they still won’t let me off the driving range — but it may help yours.
SensoGlove, touted as the world’s first digital golf glove, is available for purchase on the Web.
The glove has a small, lightweight, sweat-proof computer that analyzes grip pressure, and provides audio and visual feedback about the exact grip pressure on a club.
Got a “death grip?” The glove will help correct that, as it gives an immediate readout of the exact grip pressure on a scale of 1 to 12 via the screen on the glove back.
The digital computer can be removed for use as a regular golf glove, and be replaced when needed. Users can adjust the setting of a particular grip and store it in the memory.
There’s also snall sensors that warn if the target level of grip pressure is exceeded. And it shows which fingers are gripping too tightly so grips can be adjusted.
Made of cabret leather in Germany, SensoGlove is available in men’s and women’s sizes, for right or left hand.
Cost is $89 per glove, with replacement gloves at $25. Shipping is $7.50, free if total purchase is over $145.