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The Gift of Golf

Channeling Bobby Jones for some of this year’s top gifts proves, yet again, the enduring popularity of the classical style in golf. Men’s chocolate spectator wing tip Otabo Custom Golf Shoe, made from tumbled leather and featuring lightweight fiberglass shanks; $735; otabo.com. Hickory Sticks Vintage Golf Wood in museum-quality antique wood, circa 1920 (also sold as part of a set with a hickory putter and iron); $425; hickorysticks.net. Chocolat Michel Cluizel White Chocolate Golf Balls with an almond and hazelnut praline center; $18 for three; cmc-nyc.com.

One doesn’t have to dress like Ian Poulter to look modern both on and off the course. Nylon Tumi FXT Belt, trimmed in leather; $85; tumi.com. Tehama Charles Golf Shoe with "Hang’Em Dry" lining and shock-absorbing heel; $200; tehamafootwear.com. Leica D-LUX 3 ultra compact digital camera; $595; leicacamera.com. No. 209 Gin, from a specialized San Francisco distillery; $38 for 750ml; 209gin.com. TAG Heuer Monaco Automatic with stainless steel face and crocodile band; $2,150; tagheuer.com. Persol Black Sunglasses; $199; sunglasshut.com.

Not all that glitters is gold; for the debonair golfer, these fine accessories sparkle in silver. HOMMAGE Stockholm Groom Center brush in high-gloss chrome plating with real badger hair (part of a set with razor and stand); $390; on-the-fly.com. Fujifilm FinePix F30 camera in silver; $349; fujifilmusa.com. M-Clip Monterey Money Clip, finished in rodium and alligator; $230; m-clip.com. Colibri of London Windproof Cigar Lighter and Cutter; $80; redenvelope.com. Shano Designs Sterling Divot Tool and Ball Marker; $95 and $65, respectively; shanodesigns.com.

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