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Bushnell Pro 1M Rangefinder

We'll be honest: the Bushnell Pro 1M Rangefinder ($500) is highly unlikely to make a difference in our scores this summer, but it can make a big difference in your game, assuming you can actually tell how far your 3 iron is likely to go. This tour-certified tool features PinSeeker technology to help zero in on the flag, a range of up to 550 yards, vivid display technology for a clear view in any lighting condition, 7x magnification, and waterproof construction.

  • Beardski

    Get that ZZ Top look while speeding down the slopes with the Beardski ($35). Available in a variety of styles, each of these insulated ski masks features a foot-long synthetic beard attached to the front, as well as neoprene lining and woven thermal fleece to keep warm — in case the beard wasn't doing a good enough job already.

  • Garmin Approach

    If your golf game is good enough that knowing the distance between yourself and the hole could mean the difference between bogey and birdie, then perhaps you could use the Garmin Approach ($300). This handheld GPS device comes preloaded with information for over 25,000 courses worldwide, including layup arcs, a 2.6-inch touchscreen for easy zooming and navigation, the ability to keep track of your stats, and an internal rechargeable battery that'll last for a whole weekend of play. Next stop: Q-School.