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Father's Day gifts to please on the golf course, and off it

Your dad doesn’t need to be a great golfer to enjoy these gift picks.

Your dad doesn’t need to be a great golfer to enjoy these gift picks, but they will all help him enjoy the game even more.



Ecco blends the popular look of the street-style hybrid and the ultra-comfortable technology of

the BIOM to make the Ecco BIOM Hybrid. $190, www.eccousa.com



This club was so long, it was called RocketBallz during testing. The name stuck — but if dad is a prude, tell him it’s the TaylorMade RBZ, the hottest fairway wood on the market. $229,

www.taylormadegolf.com



Take our word for it, this is the coolest piece of equipment a golfer can carry. Bushnell is the industry

leader in laser rangefinders and the new Tour Z6 has technology to lock on the pin so dad can never again say he had the wrong yardage. $399, www.bushnellgolf.com



Golf fashion icon John Ashworth is behind this line of cool on- and off-course apparel. Linksoul swaps out space-age fibers for great-feeling fabrics and comfortable fits. $35 and up, www.linksoul.com



If you’re going to splurge, do it right. Mizuno’s JPX-800HD (high-distance) maintains the quality Mizuno is known for while making the game easier for higher handicap golfers. $699,

www.mizunousa.com



Gone are the days of wingtips on the course. Bring dad back to his younger days with Adidas’ update on the Samba — a comfortable, lightweight golf shoe. $100, www.adidasgolf.com



Combine a fitness tracker, MP3 player and a golf GPS and you’ve got Motorola’s MOTOACTV.

$300, www.motoactv.com


 
 
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