It's no accident Nike's new putter is as sexy as a sports car. The company's designers say they were inspired by the notion of sleek concept vehicles when creating the Nike Method Concept Putter ($200-$230). With the appearance of a blade but the stability and roll of a mallet, the putter aims to give you a "smoother stroke and a truer roll with far less skid" thanks to the use of a lightweight aluminum face and a high-mass stainless steel body.
If your golf game is good enough that knowing the distance between yourself and the hole could mean the difference between bogey and birdie, then perhaps you could use the Garmin Approach ($300). This handheld GPS device comes preloaded with information for over 25,000 courses worldwide, including layup arcs, a 2.6-inch touchscreen for easy zooming and navigation, the ability to keep track of your stats, and an internal rechargeable battery that'll last for a whole weekend of play. Next stop: Q-School.
Did you somehow miss out on the incredible Puma Chalk Ping Pong Table? Well, here's some good news: Aruliden is once again teaming with the cat company on the Puma Blackout Ping Pong Table ($1,900). Made-to-order, the striking table features angular black ash wood legs, a matte black laminate surface with a white powder-coated metal frame, and a steel mesh net. Also included in the package are two paddles and a set of balls, but unfortunately no private lessons.