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  • 19th
    January

    Poulter's Pants

    Poulter's Pants

    Ian Poulter's erotic logo is stamped into the button right above your crotch on these handsome tartan golf shorts.

    Tartan aficionados can take comfort in knowing that Ian Poulter tartan is registered under the Scottish Tartan Authority, a starchy group of Scottish elders who meet at the pub every Friday night to swap jokes on all manner of subject except tartan, about which they are deadly serious.

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  • 12th
    January

    J.Lindeberg Leather Belt

    J.Lindeberg Leather Belt

    Not many things can draw attention to the crotch like this cherry red leather belt from J.Lindeberg. You'll look pretty sharp on the golf course especially paired with some white cotton trousers. But beware this belt may transport you a bit too far into the realm of dandyism the moment you take a step outside the club environs.

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  • 9th
    January

    Ecco Street Premiere Golf Shoes

    Ecco Street Premiere Golf Shoes

    ECCO calls this a "hybrid casual shoe" because it is "street inspired" and you are encouraged to wear it off the course. This is the style of golf footwear that Fred Couples popularised and they are starting to show up more among club golfers.

    They're available in a variety of colors, the one pictured is Licorice/Coffee/Fanta, yum!

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  • 5th
    January

    Titleist Pro V1 Golf Balls

    Titleist Pro V1 Golf Balls

    Titleist has continued to refine the formula for the Pro V1 brand over the years, and these consistent advances ensure they continue to be quite simply the best golf ball money can buy. The Pro V1 combines superb performance with excellent durability benefiting low to mid handicappers in a variety of conditions.

    The Urethane Elastomer cover has a soft feel from the shorter irons and around the green, but gives a satisfying crack when you smack it off the tee.

    Titleist is the default choice for Tour Pros, I suspect that if it weren't for big sponsorship money drawing a few high profile players away to other brands, they would all be using Titleist balls.

    My only complaint: I can't settle on a satisfactory place to put an identifying mark on my ball. The logo is invariably printed in a different spot on each ball so you can't rely on a particular size dimple lining up with the logo in just the way you want it consistently across every ball. First-world problem. (note: if you are one of those people who just draws a line around your ball such that you don't care where the dimples are... shame on you).

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