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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.

  • Ping G20 Driver

    In need of an upgrade this golf season? You could do a lot worse than outfit yourself with the clubs of the latest Masters champion. Bubba Watson used a custom — and very pink — Ping G20 Driver ($300) to crush his drives off the tee, then followed those up with a healthy dose of G20 woods, Ping S59 irons, Ping Tour-W wedges, and a Ping Redwood Anser Putter to seal the deal. Green jacket not included.

  • Garmin Approach S3

    We've seen several GPS-enabled golfing assistants, but the trouble with those is often simply remembering to bring them along. The Garmin Approach S3 ($350) alleviates this problem by taking the form of a touchscreen GPS watch, giving you handy access to data for over 27,000 courses worldwide — including distances to doglegs, layup points, and pins — a rugged, waterproof body, and a "digital caddy" to keep track of your strokes.