Product Review – March 2008

Gogie Girl

For years, while playing golf and living life, women have settled with wearing a baseball cap that has primarily been designed with men in mind. Now female golfers have a choice thanks to the entrepreneurial spirit of two long time friends. The company is called Gogie Girl and their new product launch generated a contagious and enthusiastic buzz among buyers at the 2008 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando.
Gogie Girl is a headwear company designed by women for women. For starters, Gogie Girl hats come in two sizes - Standard and Petite. Their proprietary Softweave™ mesh fabric and Silton™ lining provides a hat so soft and comfortable, women enjoy wearing it all day long. In addition, a shorter, more feminine brim provides plenty of protection from the sun while a perfectly placed space in the back is big enough to accommodate the longest of ponytails. It all adds up to the “Gogie Difference.”
Gogie Girl hats are available with the LPGA logo and can also be personalized with any custom logo, fabric and even bling! Gogie Girl cares and shares 10 percent of the profits with various non-profit organizations that reach out to women and children. For more information, go to www.gogiegirl.com.

GOLFLOGIX - Handheld Golf GPS

GolfLogix, Inc., the Company that pioneered handheld GPS in the golf industry, today unveiled its next generation product, GolfLogix GPS-8. The new system takes golf GPS to the next level by capitalizing on advancements in GPS technology and adding the most requested features from golfers. Most notable are the system’s increased memory capacity (now able to hold up to 20 courses on the device and up to 6 hazards per hole), select features such as last shot distance and auto course recognition, as well as the new price of $299.95, making the system more affordable for the golf community. The ability to hold 20 courses doubles the previous model’s capacity and is enhanced by having the system automatically recognize the course being played when the device is powered on.
GolfLogix GPS will retail for $299.95 which includes one free golf course map download. Downloading any one of the 15,000-plus courses professionally mapped by GolfLogix can be done in seconds and requires no complex computer expertise.
Unlimited worldwide course maps are available for an annual subscription fee of $29.95. GolfLogix is compatible on most computer platforms including Windows, XP, Vista and Mac. GolfLogix is available through major sports and golf retailers, or can be purchased directly at www.GolfGPS.com.