Holiday Gift Guide for Traveling Golfers

1 of 5 Kohjiro Kinno/SI
Playing Pebble is on every golfer's bucket list, and the host of the 2010 U.S. Open is offering a stay-and-play package with a $200 resort credit. Packages start at $1,805 and include two nights at the Lodge at Pebble Beach or the Inn at Spanish Bay, plus a round at Pebble Beach and Links at Spanish Bay or Spyglass Hill Golf Course. pebblebeach.com
2 of 5 Courtesy of Apple
$99-$199, plus two-year AT&T contract With thousands of apps to choose from, the iPhone can do a wide array of tasks to make your next trip a little easier. The SI GolfNation app allows you to search for a course, track your stats and challenge your friends to a round. apple.com
3 of 5 Bose
$299.95 Bose has recently updated its classic line of noise-canceling headphones. The around-the-ear QuietComfort 15 headphones block out unwanted noise — jet engines, screaming kids, chatty neighbors — and allow you to enjoy music or movies without having to turn the volume to "11." bose.com
4 of 5 Powerstick
$49.99 Charging your various gadgets can be a pain when you're on the road. Not anymore. Ecosol designed a USB charger to fit various smartphones, MP3 players, cameras and more. You can use one of nine adapters to charge a gadget, and a fuel gauge keeps track of how much power is left in the charger. When it gets low, recharge the Powerstick in any available USB port. powerstick.com
5 of 5 Club Glove
$289 Every traveling golfer needs a good travel bag. The Last Bag comes in a variety of colors and includes two shoe bags, extra-thick foam padding to protect club heads and in-line skating wheels. clubglove.com