TaylorMade RocketBladez

We're big fans of TaylorMade's RocketBallz woods (that's what she said), so we're naturally excited about the new TaylorMade RocketBladez ($800-$900). Available in standard and tour models, these new irons feature a revolutionary speed pocket — a 2mm-wide slot in the sole that flexes and rebounds for increased power — that was previously only seen in the aforementioned woods and Rescue clubs. Even better news: it helps most on low-face mishits, which are the most common shots among amateurs.

  • Babolat Pure Drive Roddick Plus 2012

    Upgrade your game by picking up a Babolat Pure Drive Roddick Plus 2012 ($160). The same model being used by Andy Roddick to storm this month's US Open, the Pure Drive Plus features embedded graphite and tungsten for a crisp response and added stability, the Woofer system to cushion ball impact on your strings, Active Cortex vibration dampening technology, and 100 square-inch head that provides an ample sweet spot.

  • Rukk Net

    Keep your game in shape long after the course has closed for the season with the Rukk Net ($180). This portable sport net pops-up in seconds and stows away nearly as quickly, and also offers high-quality nylon netting, a tough steel frame, a proprietary ball return system, and a weight of only 14 pounds, which means you can carry it anywhere you need to get in a few swings/kicks/throws.

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