Equipped with GPS, the Suunto G9 ($725) allows golfers to instantly measure individual shot distances, track scores, and log club selections, all of which can be downloaded to a computer for tracking progress (or - let's be honest - impressing friends). The company's roots are evident in the G9's additional features, including a barometer, thermometer, altimeter, and three-dimensional digital compass so you'll be able to escape even the deepest sand traps. Oh, yeah: It tells time, too. (800) 543-9124,

Think your kid or his dad has what it takes to be the next Barry or Sammy? Then pick up the Zooka ZS740 Ppersonal Baseball Pitching Machine ($700), which throws 65-mile-per-hour fastballs straight over the plate, shoots fly balls into the air, and tosses lobs for softball practice. Perfect for coaches and players everywhere. (877) 854-9319,

Bestowed with a healthy dose of Oakley's fashion-forward styling, the D2 Sports Wristwatch ($120) is admittedly more at home on the slopes or streets than sales meetings. But despite its robo-tech aesthetics, the D2 impresses with the intuitive simplicity of its controls, whether you're carving turns or turning in a quick 5k run. With a single button commanding the main functions, you'll hardly need to reference the instruction book to access the D2's 50-run, 100-split memory. (800) 336-3994,

PGA Tour Memorabilia is the one-stop gift shop for the duffer on your list. Consider autographed balls, tees, framed photos, club heads, and PGA Tour flags (prices range from $40-$300), signed by links greats such as Gary Player, Fred Couples, Payne Stewart, and Byron Nelson. Just announced big names added to the roster include Nick Faldo and Master's victor Larry Mize, among others. (800) 465-3511,