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Golf Cart Hovercraft

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.

  • Coach Heritage Baseball Bats & Gloves

    They're obviously not the first company you'd think of when it comes to sporting goods, but given their reputation for rugged, quality leather goods, we suppose these Coach Heritage Baseball Bats & Gloves ($250-$350) make sense. The bats are made from American maple, dip-dyed by hand and wrapped with artisanal leather at the handle, while the gloves are crafted by hand in the USA using Coach's colorblocked glove-tanned leather. Crafted in collaboration with Warstic Wood Bat Co. and Insignia Athletics, respectively, these goods are available in a variety of colorways — but remember, they're limited edition, so if you're looking for a specific color, you'd better move quickly.

  • TaylorMade R1 Black Driver

    Not digging TaylorMade's recent obsession with white club heads? Don't let that keep you away. The TaylorMade R1 Black Driver ($400) gives you all the benefits of the venerable club-maker's latest flagship driver in a handsome black colorway. Those benefits include an adjustable loft sleeve that gives you twelve options between 8º and 12º, two moveable shot shape weights, and a face angle sole plate that gives you the ability to select between seven options of neutral/square, open, or closed. Overall, the club can be tuned 168 different ways to fit your game, leaving you basically no excuse for continuing to slice the ball into oblivion.