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Subwing

And you thought water skiing was cool. How about using that boat to drag you under the water instead? The Subwing promises exactly that. Available in fiberglass, glossy carbon fiber, and matte carbon fiber models, the Subwing is actually two wings connected to a detachable center swivel, with rubber grip pads on each wing, a rear rubber triangle for one-handed use, and ropes that attach to the wings. All you need now is a diving mask — and a boat, of course. [Scouted by Chris]

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    We'll be honest: the Bushnell Pro 1M Rangefinder ($500) is highly unlikely to make a difference in our scores this summer, but it can make a big difference in your game, assuming you can actually tell how far your 3 iron is likely to go. This tour-certified tool features PinSeeker technology to help zero in on the flag, a range of up to 550 yards, vivid display technology for a clear view in any lighting condition, 7x magnification, and waterproof construction.

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