Best Mobile Golf Game in 2020
WGT Edition Phigolf Game Simulator, Updated Mobile & Home Golf Simulator with Swing Analyzer Golf Stick, Analyzers Your Putting & Blast Motion, Virtual Golf Simulators for Home Set with Ebook
TV Games Deluxe Golden Tee
- With the authentic arcade-style trackball controller, compete in 9 hole, 18 hole or skins – solo or with up to 4 friends
- No video game system or software needed – simply plug it in and play
- ESRB Rated ‘E for Everyone
Arcade 1Up Golden Tee Classic Arcade with Riser, 5ft
- Play the most popular arcade golf game of all-time in your own home! Includes 4 games! Golden Tee Classic, Golden Tee 2000, Golden Tee 1999, and Golden Tee 1998.
- Custom, one-foot riser creates a classic upright arcade experience along with a light-up marquee. Machine dimensions: 45.8” H x 22.75” D x 19” W. Weight: 72.5 lbs.
- Perfect basement or game room piece comes equipped with a robust feature list with the arcade trackball controller and buttons which allows you to slice, hook, draw or fade.
- Up to 4 people can play. Play solo or choose to play SKINS or STROKE (for 2 or more players) for hours of golfing fun!
- Choose from 3 different 18-hole courses for each game.
CHIPPO - Golf Meets Cornhole! The Revolutionary New Golf Game for The Beach, Backyard, Tailgate, Clubhouse, Office and Man cave!
- Chippo is the glorious lovechild of golf and cornhole; this revolutionary game includes 2 Chippo target boards; 2 heavy duty chipping mats and 6 high-density foam practice balls by almostGolf
- Boards are constructed of durable reinforced plastic to be sturdy and lightweight; covered in quality artificial turf; netting is attached to all holes to catch scoring shots
- Chipping mats fit perfectly into compartment on underside of each board for storage when not in use; steel legs fold under for easy transportation and storage
- Chippo balls designed and manufactured by almostGolf (top practice ball on the market) to play almost like a real ball but are safe to chip anywhere
- Also includes an endless supply of high fives and victory dances
HearthSong Golf Pool Indoor Family Game Kids Toy Carbon Fiber 78"Lx57"W Includes Golf Clubs, 16 Balls, Green Mat, Rails
- Golf & Pool combined: get the whole family in on the fun of playing this exciting indoor game that combines the challenge of golf with the game of pool
- Beginner-friendly: perfect for anyone wanting to try either golf or pool for the first time, but challenging enough for experts to enjoy
- Easy set-up: just roll the mat out in the den, finished basement, or any level surface indoors. Then attach the rails along the edges, and take turns putting the balls into the pockets. It's that easy!
- Skill-building: while playing and creating family memories, kids will build important skills of hand-eye coordination and strategic thinking
- Complete set: golf pool kit includes Green mat (with new packaging to reduce the chance of wrinkles and creases), carbon fiber golf clubs, 16 golf balls, and rails
- Great gift idea: our golf pool indoor family game is a gift with a huge wow factor. Perfect for Kid's birthday gifts, toys for girls and boys, novelty gifts, Christmas gifts, family gifts—or just an any time present for a special kid in your life.
- For ages 6 and up
- Measures approx. 78"L x 57" W
The Golf Club 2019 Featuring PGA Tour - Xbox One
- Explore the new and Officially Licensed page Tour Career mode including q-school, web﮳com Tour, page Tour, and the FedEx cup playoffs
- Compete online against friends or the world in match play, alt-shot, Skins and more
- Design, build and share your own course creations online or play the creations of others
Phigolf Mobile and Home Smart Golf Game Simulator with Swing Stick - WGT Edition 2019
- PhiGolf WGT Edition Device
- PhiStick Simulated Golf Club
- PhiGolf Original Simulator App All-Course Free for Life
- You can enjoy PhiGolf any time and any place
- Perfect Swing Analysis
Everybody's Golf VR - PlayStation 4
- Swing for the flag with your PlayStation Move motion controller or DS4 wireless controller
- Play through three incredible courses with tips from your very own charismatic caddie
- Practise your putting on the green or tee off at the driving range to perfect your swing
- Step on to the course like never before in the most immersive Everybody’s Golf experience yet
PhiGolf Golf Simulator with Swing Trainer Club
- Enjoy golf year-round with your friends, in the same room or remotely, anywhere you want, without needing an expensive golf simulator.
- PhiGolf’s 10 gram portable motion sensor, mounted on your golf clubs or the included swing trainer club, detects club head speed, swing path, tempo, face angle, attack angle, and estimated carry distance, allowing you to adjust and coach your own swings. Record and analyze your golf swings in 3D on the app.
- Connect your smartphone to your big screen wirelessly or by using an HDMI cable for an even more immersive virtual golf experience.
- PhiGolf offers 7 game modes to make your golf practice more fun. Includes Stroke Play, Driving Range, Nearest to Hole, Approach Shot, and Putting.
- Package includes the PhiGolf device and the short swing trainer club. PhiGolf is compatible with Android 5.0 and iOS 9.0 and above. Minimum Bluetooth requirement is 4.1.
Golf Phone Holder Clip Golf Swing Recording Training Aids,Record Golf Swing/Short Game/Putting,Golf Accessories,Universal Smartphone Holder for the Golf TrolleyÂ ,car Holder,Mobile phone holder,Selfi
- 【Golf swing training aid】Record Your Golf Swing with your Cell Phone for Instant Feedback
- 【Multi-angle shooting】: The circular joint can be rotated 360 degrees, record the golf swing/short pole/push, and immediately replay your golf swing to review alignment, swing, foot movement and more!
- 【New humanized design】 Easily expand to fit all shapes and sizes of the phone to prevent the phone from sliding. The ball head training device has three independent and flexible support legs. The maximum angle is 50 degrees, and the height of the five gears can be adjusted freely.
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New York Times' Maureen Dowd and Thomas Friedman Headline Fox Business Network
Playing a five-hour golf game with a U.S. president is a journalist coup for a New York Times reporter.
Dowd begins her New York Times column today by saying that she "felt a twinge of envy" that Friedman got to spend five hours playing golf with Obama. Of course, you need an angle when you present such "content" and the angle in Maureen Dowd's column is evident in the title of her piece: "Oval Man Cave." That refers to Obama's male bonding issues and exercises in White House basketball games, and the twittering classes' latest preoccupation in wondering why there were no women included in the games. This mutually affectionate game of contretemps is liberal semaphore vital to the New York Times' obsession with explaining Obama in sympathetic rather than journalistic terms. Maureen Dowd's ambivalent message to her colleagues is to let this president do whatever he wants and don't hold him up to the same journalistic standards by which other presidents have been judged. Maureen Dowd's tone reflects the usual liberal patronage trotted out where Democrat African American politicians are concerned.
Across the page from Maureen Dowd's column is the column of her pal, Thomas Friedman. Friedman's column is more reasoned and more in depth. While I don't agree with it, Friedman's surrender monkey platform is persuasively packaged and buttressed with facts. Facts are important, but we all know that an identical set of facts can lead to altogether different conclusions. Obviously, the White House feels that golfing buddy Friedman and Obama are on the same page in interpreting the facts. The Obama camp doesn't talk to "hostiles," let alone play golf with them. Friedman's a definite "friendly" and provides vital intellectual political cover. For weeks, the Obama team has been conscripting liberal press members into preparing the public for some sort of Afghanistan pull-back.
The most telling fact about Friedman's editorial in this morning's New York Times, is that Friedman appeared this morning on Fox Business Network's "Imus in the Morning." In spite of the appropriate humbling noises he was obliged to make on Imus' show regarding his special treatment at the White House, Friedman gloated over his reportorial slash golfing-with-the-president coup. Freed of serious pundit protocol, broadcast entertainer Imus did a better job of cross-examination of Friedman than the White House press corps does of President Obama. Sure, Friedman pretended to secret the inevitable golf course chatter but he also told Imus that the president didn't want "Afghanistan to be his Vietnam."
That's the sort of statement that means one thing to liberal-left anti-war Obama supporters and another to conservatives, who may understand it to mean they don't again want to see national defense and brave troops sacrificed on the altar of opinion polls and mercenary politics. For his part, Don Imus seemed a bit more kind to Friedman than he was on Maureen Dowd whom he took to task for "dragging in Fox News" to the whole dialogue.
Maureen Dowd's insertion of Fox was an odd editorial flourish, no doubt, as the mention of Fox occurred in only a single line and apropos of nothing. Dowd is not wielding a surgeon's steady hand in writing that "they (the Obamas) know that Fox News is always ready to pounce with that "radical" label." Clumsy, transparent, and ham-fisted are the adjectives that come to mind. If Maureen Dowd's column today were a patient, the patient would have died.
While constructing her elaborate Obama apologia, Dowd writes that "the First Couple is trying to let America digest the huge change that they signify." That "huge change" appears to be more cosmetic in some administration activities and to cause heartburn, indigestion, and possibly projectile vomit in other areas.
Frankly, there is an easy remedy which can stem the flow of vitriol in both directions. Barack Obama invites Chris Wallace, Roger Ailes, and Rupert Murdoch to the links for a round of golf. But I would advise that the President shouldn't dither for very long in choosing that healing strategy. The all-male retinue of golfing buddies only works for Maureen Dowd when Barack Obama is president.