Head injuries in sports have been getting a lot of play lately, and for good reason, they're extremely dangerous and hard to diagnose. The Reebok Checklight ($150) helps players monitor the number of, and severity of head impacts throughout the game, so coaches, officials, and medical staff can know just how to react. The sensor fits easily into an included skullcap, making it comfortable to wear with, or without a helmet. A status light gives valuable, realtime feedback, letting you know exactly how bad the hit was, and how many you've taken.
You might not be able to pull off the combination frat shag, mullet quite like Bubba, (or bend a ball through the trees) but you can still cruise the course in style in your own Golf Cart Hovercraft ($58,000). Easily float over sand traps and water hazards thanks to a 65 horsepower two-cylinder engine with a nine-blade fan, at speeds of up to 45mph. This cart fits up to four passengers, and can hold two golf bags in the open rear compartment. Meets U.S. Coast Guard standards for hovercrafts and includes a trailer for easy towing.
Get ready for Summer water sports with a Swami's Made-To-Measure Wetsuit. While you can buy a wetsuit off the rack, nothing compares to a made-to-measure suit. A better fit means better waterproofing, increased warmth, and improved range of motion out there in the waves. Their suits are made from ultraspan stretch neoprene, smoothskin across the arms, chest, back, and neck — making them some of the most comfortable suits available. Contact their customer service for a tailor's guide and never wear an ill-fitting wetsuit again.