Hailed as one of the best playing professional tables since its introduction 50 years ago, the Brunswick Gold Crown V Pool Table ($10,000) is ready to bring a level of class to your billiards games that the local watering hole can't provide. As the fifth version in the series, it offers updated styling, longer rails and tighter pockets for pro-level compliance, hardwood construction, a premium slate top, and your choice of felt. For added fun, pick up a Table Tennis Conversion Top ($330) — it'll go great with that new CarboTec 100 Paddle.
Just finding your way around a new course can be a chore, never mind finding your way from tee to green. So if you're planning on doing some course touring this summer, do yourself a favor and pick up the Bushnell Hybrid Laser GPS Rangefinder ($460). The first laser rangefinder to integrate a GPS, it offers +/- one yard accuracy, 5x magnification, and precise distance to the front, center, and back of the green. Add in the 16,000 pre-loaded courses, automatic hole advance, and automatic course recognition, and you're got a tool that needs to be in your bag — with the added bonus of tournament-approved status, so you won't be lost when you need its help the most.
There are plenty of times we've wished we had a football on hand, only to realize that dragging around a regulation pigskin isn't really practical. Which is why they make the Stuff Football ($13). Sporting a zipper where the stitches would be, this half-regulation-size ball is constructed with cordura, can be folded flat for traveling, then filled with socks or other soft items wherever, whenever gametime strikes. [Thanks, Michael]
We doubt you'll ever see an official, Lamborghini-branded driver, but the Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver ($400) comes pretty damn close. At the heart of the RAZR is its Forged Composite construction — a new material co-developed by Callaway and Lamborghini — that makes it lighter and stronger than titanium while maintaining a high moment of inertia, and is helped along by hyperbolic face technology, an aerodynamic head shape, a weighting system to help tame your hook or slice, and an Aldila RIP Graphite Shaft that's perfectly paired to the clubhead.
We've seen everything from car bodies to wallets made from carbon fiber, so why not table tennis gear? The Donic Schildkröt CarboTec 100 Table Tennis Paddle ($145) is indeed made from carbon fiber, giving it ultra-light status, faster shots, and amazing control that traditional wooden paddles just can't touch.