Monday Scramble: Holiday Gift Guide! (Pt. 2!)
Sunday, December 13, 2009
Welcome to the Monday Scramble, as ready for the holiday break as Rickie Fowler was for Q-School.
Of course, we still have a little last-minute shopping to do – but who doesn’t?
Have no fear, Part II of the Monday Scramble Holiday Golf Gift Guide (MSHGGG) is here. (If you missed Part I, click here.)
And, as always, if you find a site with a better list of holiday golf gifts, we’ll help stuff you into a cannon and shoot you over the gates into your private club of choice.
DeLorean Flux Capacitor golf balls
Description: As long as your swing speed reaches 88 mph or higher, you will be sent “Back to the Future” upon contact. (CEO Doc Brown says customers should expect to travel back to sometime around midnight on Thanksgiving.)
Cost: $164 each (Update: SOLD OUT).
Description: This whole blanket-with-sleeves phenomenon might seem like a new thing, but Walter Hagen was rockin’ one wayyyyy back in the day. In fact, he won the 1928 U.S. Open in one (pictured).
Description: If you thought Guitar Hero was fun, you can’t even imagine what Golf Hero has in store. Even its creators told us they still don’t know how to play.
Cost: $98 (Available only on PS2).
Green Jacket iPhone cover
Description: Amen, caller.
Cost: $3.25 (Augusta-like price, too!).
Personal Hogan Bridge
Description: Decorate your yard with one of golf’s iconic structures. (Personal Rae's Creek sold separately.)
Personal Swilcan Bridge
Description: Decorate your yard with one of golf’s iconic structures. (Personal Swilcan Burn sold separately.)
Rare Bobby Jones/John Daly photographs
Description: Get your hands on these limited edition photos of Bobby Jones and John Daly, two of golf’s great fashion icons.
Cost: $85 each ($150 for pair)
Golf coffee ornamentations
Description: Probably the dumbest stocking stuffers money can buy, these floating adornments jazz up your morning coffee to look like some of the golf’s great water holes, like the 10th hole at Turnberry and the 17th at Sawgrass.
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