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GolfBuddy Voice

Sure, having a touchable aerial map of the hole you're playing is handy — but most of us play the same courses over and over, so we don't exactly need help remembering which way the dogleg turns. We just need the distance to the hole, which is exactly what the GolfBuddy Voice ($180) provides. Offering a 40,000 course capacity, with a slew of those pre-loaded, this diminutive virtual caddy is small enough to clip on your cap and literally tells you the distance to the front, center, and back of the green, so all you need to do is select the right club and hit the ball.

  • Louis Vuitton Golf Bags

    Sure, it's a ton of money to spend on something that won't do a thing to help your game, but if your trips to the course are more like social calls and less like serious competition, perhaps these Louis Vuitton Golf Bags ($12,000-$13,500) can class up your clubhouse. Available in Monogram or Damier varieties, they offer room for a full set of clubs with six interior compartments, several outer pockets for balls, gloves, towels, and other small items, large studs on the base to protect the leather, and a removable cover. Oh, and remember to tip your caddie, because with a bag like this, the old "I left my wallet at home" trick isn't likely to go over well.

  • Callaway Udesign RAZR Fit Driver

    Whether you need a custom-fit club or simply don't like the looks of the current lineup down at Dick's, the Callaway Udesign RAZR Fit Driver ($450 and up) has you covered. Using a quick and easy online ordering guide, you can choose a right- or left-handed club, and then get down to business by customizing the loft, color, shaft — both flex and brand and type — grip, length, and grip wrap thickness, resulting in a club that's just right for you. And if you don't believe us, ask anyone who saw our slice before ours arrived — we had Callaway build ours with a stiff-flex shaft that's 1.5-inches shorter than normal, which has pretty much cured our chronic lost-ball-in-the-woods syndrome.