Leave it to a club manufacturer known for its personal customization to figure out how an app can help your putting game. iPing (Free;) is a new app for the iPhone and iPod touch that identifies your stroke type, analyzes your impact angle, and measures your tempo, creating a "Putting Handicap" that gets lower as you become more consistent. Simply pick up a Ping cradle ($30) for your iPhone 4 or iPod touch 4G, snap it onto your putter, and get to work.

  • Polara Ultimate Straight Golf Balls

    We're pretty sure they're not USGA approved, but if you simply want to go out and enjoy a round or five of golf without needing to venture into the fairways and forest surrounding your hole, pick up a pack of Polara Ultimate Straight Golf Balls ($25-$35). Thanks to the company's Self Correcting technology that incorporates different sizes and depths of dimples, these WonderBalls™ correct slices and hooks by up to 75 percent and up your enjoyment of the game by at least as much.
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  • Regulation Bocce Ball Set

    It might be July, but summer's far from over — which means you'll still have plenty of chances to enjoy this Regulation Bocce Ball Set ($60). This official, meticulously crafted set includes four oxblood and four navy blue balls, one target ball — also known as the "Pallina" — a leather measuring device, and complete instructions, all of which arrive in a handsome crate with rope handles and brass hardware, making it something you can display even when the weather won't let you play.

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