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MacKenzie Walker Golf Bags

MacKenzie Walker Golf Bags

One of the best things about the game of golf is the cocktail waitresses its traditions, and that includes old-school equipment. MacKenzie Walker Golf Bags ($675-$735) are a great, if expensive, example. Handcrafted in Portland using the best full grain leather, components, stainless steel, and brass hardware available, these walking bags are "traditional" in every sense of the word, whether they're holding a modern titanium driver or a 5-wood made out of, well, wood. [Thanks, Rabel]

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    Expanding on the company's tour-ready series of Prestige racquets, the Head Youtek Prestige Pro ($200-$225) is at your command. The Pro is based around d3o, a "smart material" that changes its properties — including stiffness — based on that particular shot, and also features a stiffer frame with Teflon grommets, a leather grip, and a more open string pattern to provide extra pop on agressive shots.

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