Course of Style: 2011 Stocking Stuffers

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The Tin Cup Ball Marker $30, tin-cup.com This clever little device allows you to mark your ball, using a Sharpie-type pen, with dozens of designs to choose from, including college emblems and custom options ($12.95 to $19.95). For December, the makers offer a special Christmas package: a Tin Cup of your choice, two pens of your choice, a leather pouch and a black belt clip.
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Puma Golf Glove $20, trendygolf.com How about a lime green golf glove from Puma, to sample a bit of Rickie Fowler’s wild style? Made of genuine cabretta leather with a bit of Lycra for stretch on top of the hand and side of fingers.
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Nike Golf Sleeves $25, nikegolf.com These are like compression arm socks. You slip them on under your polo shirt when the wind is up to get a bit of extra coverage without sacrificing swing mobility. They wick away sweat and have a flat-seam construction to minimize chafing. They look kinda cool, too.
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Kentwool Superfine Merino Wool Sock $19.95, kentwoolsocks.com Merino wool is one of the softest fibers known to man, cool in summer, warm in winter, and naturally moisture wicking. These high-performance socks were specially developed by the chief executive (and avid golfer) of the Kentwool company to his own specifications.
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The Tee Shaker $6.95, golftees.com The tee shaker is a thing that you hang on your golf bag that dispenses tees as needed. No need ever to prick you fingers rummaging around in your pants pockets again. You simply pull a tee out from the bottom, and then put the used tee in a rubbery slot at the top when finished. It actually works. And it doubles as a tree ornament.
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Aquascutum Putter Cover $49, trendygolf.com From the venerable British firm Aquascutum—which dresses Adam Scott on Tour—this head cover for the flat stick comes with a magnetic fastener and the Aquascutum crest. The classic house check is sure to stand out nicely among the various moth-eaten pom-pommed socks and stuffed animal-style head covers.
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The Santa Claus Glove $35, trendygolf.com These premium cabretta leather gloves from G-Fore are in a festive red-and-white color to suit the holiday season. The company calls them its “Nick”-laus edition. But they are serious gloves, worn on tour.
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Lyle & Scott Argyle Socks $19, lyleandscott.com The classic mid-calf argyle stock from Scotland’s Lyle & Scott is a cut above. Made of 82 percent cotton, 17 percent nylon, and 1 percent elastene, it has a cushioned instep for comfortable walking. It’s a little fashion finishing touch that says “golf.”