Whether you need to bring water/gatorade, soda/tea or Red Bull/vodka with you, the Swigz Dual-Chamber Sports Bottle ($15) has you covered. The combo drink bottle has two intertwined chambers that hold 12oz each.
If you're constantly having to dig your ball out of the drink, the Bite Crossbuck Golf Sandal ($55) might be a good fit. It's based on Bite's running sandal, and offers a comfortable, supportive fit while providing maximum stability for your swing. Features include a full heel cup, fast twist spikes, and a waterproof leather upper.
For maximum comfort, it's hard to beat some sweats. The Mack Weldon Ace Crew Sweatshirt combines coziness of these lazy day staples with surprising style. It's made from a lightweight French Terry material that's micro-sanded for a soft finish and blended with a hint of Lycra for a bit of stretch. A versatile staple, it dresses up well when pulled over a button-down, or can keep you comfortable when paired with a tee in a more casual ensemble. The tailored fit ensures you look your best, and three available colors means there's one to match your look.
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Getting your ass beat by your kid's tennis instructor at the club? You probably need a little more speed, control and power from your weapon of choice. Best for beginning to intermediate players, the Prince O3 SpeedPort ($250) has the biggest sweetspot in the Prince racquet line, along with an aerodynamic design with oversized string holes that minimize air resistance and increase swing speed. Take that, pretty boy.
Dubbed "The World's Straightest Driver" by the company, the Callaway FT-i Driver ($500) features several new technologies, such as a 460cc Complete Inertial Design that places discretionary weight to the extreme corners of the clubhead for more forgiveness, the OptiFit Weighting System in either Draw, Neutral, or Fade to help better match your natural swing, and a CT/VFT Titanium Cup Face, Calloway's largest, most robust club face. Now repeat after us: No more slices, no more slices...