Apart from being a great looking putter, the Scotty Cameron Studio Stainless Newport 2 by Titleist ($280) just happens to be the same putter Tiger Woods uses on the greens of the best courses in the world. The traditional shape of the putter is familiar to most golfers, and it’s design offers optimum weight balance and “toe flow” — whatever that is. Membership to the Champion’s Locker Room at Augusta National not included.
The 2005 World Series of Poker has finally hit ESPN, and poker fever is hitting the Uncrate staff. For your poker night adventures, you can’t go wrong with this Premium 500 Chip Poker Set by Las Vegas Poker Chips ($55). It comes with 6 Dealer Buttons including Dealer, Small Blind, Big Blind, Reserved, Kill, & Missed Blind, and 2 decks of cards, but unfortunately, they left out a poker face — you’ll have to supply your own.
Even though you may look a little dorky doing it, bringing in your own pool cue to a bar is the best move you can make if you plan on winning that night. Made from a super hard maple wood core, the Earl Strickland Signature Pool Cue by Cuetec ($112) also features a bonded fiberglass outer and a clear finish that allows the stick to stay silky smooth during your shots. Last but certainly not least, it makes for a hell of a weapon in case a bar fight breaks out.