Now that golf season is upon us, it's time for your Gizmodo duffers to venture out on the links, where we spend most of their time hot-rodding around in carts and searching for golf balls. No more, because now we have the RadarGolf System ($250), one of the few useful implementations of radio frequency technology.
There's a microchip embedded in the center of these RadarGolf balls (a dozen included, $39.95 for an extra pack of twelve), which the company says are a-ok with the USGA. The RadarGolf handheld device detects the location of an errant ball, from up to 33 yards away. We're thinking that's not going to be enough.
Product Page [via Cool Hunting]