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Bushnell Tour V3 Rangefinder

Unless you're playing the same course over, and over, and over — and where's the fun in that? — odds are you could use some help making sure you've got just the right club for your next shot. The Bushnell Tour V3 Rangefinder ($300) can certainly provide some. Featuring a one-hand-friendly design and 5x magnification, it uses the company's Pin Seeker and Jolt technologies to can find targets as close as 10 yards or as far away as 1,000, and can give you flag positions up to 300 yards away within a single yard of accuracy. It's also legal for tournament play, so you won't have to worry about having to give it up when you need it the most.

  • Leather Head Baseball Gloves

    Recapture that feeling of playing catch in the backyard with these Leather Head Baseball Gloves ($225). Available in four styles — including a catcher's mitt — these classic gloves are the result of a collaboration of some long-time sports writers and players, and, like Leather Head's original football that put the company on the map, is made by veteran craftsmen using the highest-quality materials available. Pre-order now for delivery in about four weeks, or just in time for the start of your amateur league.

  • Cleatskins

    Anyone who's ever played football, baseball, soccer, golf, rugby, or any other sport where your shoes have spikes knows the annoyance of the clickety-clack sound your cleats make when you leave the field. Cleatskins ($20-$25) aim to eliminate that. These ingenious add-ons are made from a flexible compression-molded rubber and are designed to slip over your existing cleats, providing safety for you and protection for carpets, floors, and nearby eardrums.