Ladder Golf

Ladder Golf

Looking for a simple game to enjoy in the yard on a lazy summer day? Check out Ladder Golf ($60). Playable both indoors and out, the game has players tossing bolas from a distance of around 15 feet in an attempt to hang them on one of three horizontal bars, with the top worth three points and the bottom worth only one. The first player to 21 wins. Each Ladder Golf set comes with everything you need for a game, including a wooden rack with unbreakable rungs, and two sets of colored bolas, each made from real golf balls.

  • Easton 2010 Baseball Bat Lineup

    Can you say Mercy Rule? Team Uncrate used these Easton Bats to score 45 runs in the last three games, dashing the late-inning hopes of three unworthy men's summer league teams. Each techno-bat offers a larger sweet spot and quicker swing speeds than anything we've ever hit, making it tough to choose a favorite. With carbon and glass construction, the Stealth Speed ($399) and Synergy Speed ($399) offer Easton's lightest barrels for crazier MOI (Moment of Inertia) and faster swings. Easton's lightweight SV12 ($299) and V12 ($199) both utilize the company's Optimal Hitting Zone Technology (O-Zone) and are built with a special 12-element scandium alloy formula that produces incredible bat speed, max energy transfer, and pretty decent vibration elimination. These bats will turn any player into a powerhouse.

  • Monogrammed Golf Club Links

    Keep track of your clubs — even if you lose them — with these Monogrammed Golf Club Links ($50). Arriving in a set of 14 with matching ball marker, each Alcoa aluminum grip-topper features your name, phone number, and single-letter monogram, raising the odds that your favorite lob wedge will find its way home, even after you drunkenly leave it near the green on the 12th hole.

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