GolfBuddy, maker of handy GPS units that give you audio distances as well as visual displays, has introduced its first laser rangefinder, the LR5. What makes it different from the competition’s is the LR5’s ability to scan a golf hole in just one click. In scan and pin modes, the device allows a continuous 10 second scan to provide distances to varying targets. Once the laser is activated, a target box will appear and blink so you can easily focus in on your target. $300
Shorts may not make the grade on the PGA Tour, but Dad will be sure to appreciate a pair of Dunning Golf’s 5-pocket shorts in the company’s latest high-tech, good-feel fabric. The Dunning Heritage Performance Cotton collection combines luxury-grade pima cotton with proprietary technical fibers for a fabric that looks and feels like cotton with performance-wear moisture management. $79
Nothing says “Happy Dad” like a birdie putt that finds the bottom of the cup. Callaway Golf’s Odyssey makes that happen more often with the company’s new Big T putters. The flat sticks combine the company’s Fusion RX insert with dual alignment systems in five head shapes including the new “Big T Blade.” $180
Sunice Silver Apparel is all about comfort with function—and what Dad doesn’t like that? The company’s polos come in a variety of colors and styles and feature X-Static, a permanent technology that uses 99.9% pure silver filaments in the yarns. Shirts are available with asymmetric color blocking, subtle placement prints, and an assortment of stripes. $87
For a Father’s Day gift with something extra, go for the Els for Autism Box, a limited-edition collection of golf related products curated by BirdieBox. Each box contains a variety of great stuff like TaylorMade TOUR Preferred balls, special-edition “Els for Autism” Daphne’s head cover, Els Collection polo, Zero Restriction outerwear, Stable 26 socks and an I-ONICS Power sport band. Boxes are available from $80 to $250 and are guaranteed to contain items with a total value nearly double the retail cost. Best of all, a percentage of proceeds will be donated to Els for Autism, the Foundation founded in 2009 by Els and his wife Liezl after their son Ben was diagnosed with the disorder.