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Linden Agave Singlefin Surfboard

Linden Agave Singlefin Surfboard

A sustainable surfboard? Why not. Crafted from dead agave foraged from the SoCal desert, the Linden Agave Singlefin Surfboard ($2,500-$5,000) is great for the environment and even better for your beachside style. If you're lucky enough to buy one, be careful with it — veteran shaper Gary Linden spends over 60 hours hand-building each of the 6'4" wooden boards. [via]

  • Full Swing Golf Simulator

    Bring the course to you with the Full Swing Golf Simulator ($TBD). Like the simulators found in golf stores across the country, the Full Swing system allows you to use real clubs and balls to play over 50 real-life courses, including Oakland Hills and St. Andrews, providing valuable practice and unlimited drunken fun. Two 360-degree curtains of infrared beams provide exact and immediate ball-flight statistics, so you can be sure that you really would have hit your ball into the Pacific on the 18th at Pebble Beach.

  • Grafalloy Epic Shaft

    Yes, we just wrote about a putter on Friday, but we'd be remiss if we didn't tell you about the Grafalloy Epic Shaft ($135), which Trevor Immelman's used this weekend as he won the 2008 Masters. The shafts are made using molecular nano-crystalline metals from PowerMetal instead of traditional metal or graphite, providing tremendous strength to weight properties, and the feel of graphite with greater distance and as much as a 35% improvement in shot dispersion. Whether you're a weekend hack or a 1-shot handicapper, you'll find a lot to like in these new shafts.