Garmin Approach

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.

  • TaylorMade RocketBallz Fairway Woods & Rescues

    Named for the incredible performance of the original prototype — "it's like a rocket" — these TaylorMade RocketBallz Fairway Woods & Rescues ($180-$330) are ready to help you out with game-changing length and reliability. They merge a high-strength 455 steel face plate with a cast body to deliver a slightly deeper face and further-forward center of gravity than traditional designs, promoting a higher launch angle and lower spin-rate. TaylorMade says the 3-Wood they sent is at least 17 yards longer than last year's Burner model. We're praying it really does add the extra yardage to our game. We could use it. Expect to see the whole RocketBallz line pretty much everywhere on tour next season.

  • The Throwback Fantasy Football Trophy

    Make your league worth the effort this season by awarding The Throwback Fantasy Football Trophy ($330) to the lucky bastard who wins. Sporting a couch-tested physique, wearing shorts, socks, house slippers, and a leather helmet, and striking a Heisman pose with a remote in one hand and several beers cradled with the other, this solid cast urethane figure features a bronze finish and sits atop an oak base that's as solid as the winner's backup running back. Order before November 30th and get 15% off with code UNCRATE. Get 10% off until Christmas with the same code.

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