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Whether it's your pops or brother-in-law, nearly everyone has a golf-obsessed person on their holiday shopping list. Avoid the boring gift (please, God, no Top Flite balls...) and opt for one of these stylish and cool essentials instead.

The Golfer's Journal One-Year Subscription, $75

A premium quarterly magazine from the team behind The Surfer's Journal, this perfectly designed book features incredible features and imagery. Also included in the subscription is complete digital access to all published articles and advanced pre-sale opportunities to purchase limited-edition merchandise and accessory collaborations.

Seamus Hand Forged Circle Copper Ball Mark, $29

Made in Portland by a second generation blacksmith who learned the trade in his father’s shop, these have an amazing feel and weight to them that will elevate any outing.

Burghess Print by Geoff Cunningham, $155

Help upgrade any office with this gentlemanly painting from Geoff Cunningham. Signed by the artist.

MacKenzie Leather Golf Bag, $1,095

The creme de la creme of golf bags, this leather option from MacKenzie is for the golfer who on top of having everything, appreciates fine craftsmanship and undeniable style.

Seamus Douglas Tartan Driver Headcover, $65

Seamus offers a wide range of simple and beautiful headcovers that will elevate any bag, $1,000+ MacKenzie or not. 

Ten Thousand Distance Pullover, $110

Though specifically designed for endurance training and not golf, this extremely comfortable pullover is balanced for warmth without weight and the perfect companion for chillier rounds.

G/FORE Delta Force Camo Charcoal Golf Glove, $45

Undoubtley the best golf glove in the game, G/FORE's camo design is especially cool.

Stitch SL1 Golf Bag, $328

If the aforementioned grail bag is too rich for your blood, Stitch makes the absolute coolest stand bag on the market. Sleek and extremely lightweight, the blacked-out bag has style for miles.

Arccos Golf 360 Golf Performance Tracking System, $249

For the technology and golf obsessives, this tracking system is not only insanely impressive but will significantly help any game.

Nike Course Classic Golf Shoe, $100

Inspired by vintage tennis shoes and designed to deliver traction without trapping dirt, these shoes perform as good as they look.