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Golf Gear with Celeb Cache

DUNNING COOLMAX SLIM FIT GINGHAM WOVENS

You might see two-time Kona Hawaii Ironman champion Craig Alexander around town sporting these old school-cool patterned sport shirts, available in long- and short-sleeve versions. They have a ’60s-inspired slim fit, lots of modern fabric tech and require no ironing. * $98; dunningsportswear.com

ADIDAS TRAXION LITE SHOES

This sport-styled shoe boasts the company’s THINTech technology, which brings the player’s feet closer to the ground for increased stability-a better platform from which to make a nice, aggressive swing. * $80; adidasgolf.com

SASSY CADDY

With more women taking to the golf course, golf pro Emily Haythorn wanted to design a bag that was equal parts fashion and function. Thus, Sassy Caddy was born, offering up 10 designs that also come with a coordinating, detachable cosmetic bag. *$225; sassycaddy.com

PING ANSER IRONS

The innovative company’s first forged iron in 40 years, featuring a steel body and a tungsten sole, has already found its way into the bags of PGA and LPGA tour pros like Daniel Chopra, Ted Purdy, Anna Nordqvist and Angela Stanford. * $1,440; ping.com

CALLAWAY DIABLO OCTANE DRIVERPUTTER

Callaway’s design team partnered with “drive-conscious” Lamborghini engineers to develop a carbon fiber they dubbed Forged Composite. Its ability to be forged as thick or thin as need be permits weight to be optimally positioned around the clubhead. * $299; callaway.com

ADAMS IDEA TECH V3 HYBRID

Adams, the hybrid of choice for Tom Watson, Chad Campbell and more Tour pros than any other company, uses tungsten perimeter weighting to lower the center of gravity and increase the moment of inertia. Geared for golfers with handicaps of 15+, the Idea Tech V3 is said to produce the highest launch and spin of any hybrid. * $199; adamsgolf.com