The Devil Ball Holiday Golf Gift Guide is here!

The Holidays are here, and that means it is time to rack your brain to find that gift for some of the hardest people in the world to buy for; golfers. No worries though, because we have you covered. From the random wine gadgets to the newest in putters, we present you with our 2012 Holiday gift guide. Buy 'em, enjoy 'em, and thank us later.

59 Style belt buckle — Want to stand out from the rest of your foursome? Getting a 59 Style belt buckle will certainly do just that. 59 belt's Trevor Derrheim has produced some incredible designs over the years, from the limited edition major championship buckles to custom versions for clubs like Sand Hills and Pebble Beach. The guy has a gift. And if you don't like one of the buckles he has on the site, you can design your own. The best part of all? Each buckle is individually milled, so you don't have to worry it coming off a mass production line. — Prices vary

Ping Anser driver — Ping's latest driver offering is one of my favorite on the market. The matte black finish looks slick, and the Trajectory Tuning Technology allows you to tweak the club's trajectory through a combination of loft adjustment and shaft selections in an effort to increase distance. — $399

Oakley Golf's stripe polo — Oakley has been producing some sharp shirts over the last couple of years, and the latest stripe polo is no different. This particular shirt has Oakley's patented O Hydrolix™ moisture management system, that wicks away moisture during a round, and Antibacterial action that should keep you from smelling like your gym locker. If the shirt's good enough for Rory McIlroy, it's good enough for mere mortals. The shirt comes in five different colors. — $75.00

Kentwool golf socks — Hands down the most comfortable golf socks on the market. Quite honestly, I don't really care if you enjoy slinging your clubs or riding in cart during your round, you need to give these socks a try. They won't take you from a 15 to a 5 handicap, but if you're looking for a sock that maximizes foot comfort, increases your energy level and boosts on-course performance, this is the one. — $19.95

Tin Cup ball marker — There's nothing wrong with marking your ball with the same old dots, but if you want to step up your marking game, considering adding a Tin Cup ball marker to your wish list. Whether you want to add your alma mater's logo or want to create a custom logo, Tin Cup has you covered. The half-sphere shaped metal bowl goes directly over your ball, and you use a sharpie marker to fill in the stencil design. Pretty easy. — $19.95

Champ FLYtees — I can't stand running out of tees during a round. It seems like no matter how many I put in the bag to start the day, there comes a time on the back nine where I reach into the bag to find I'm out of pegs for my ball. It's beyond frustrating. Thankfully, Champ's latest tee offering fixed the problem. The FLYtee is literally unbreakable — which means you want have to worry about going to the local golf store to buy a bag of 100. The blue lines that allow you to tee the ball at the exact height every time is also a nice touch. $5.99

Puma El Diego In-Ear Headphones — I'm not a fan of wearing headphones on the range, but I have plenty of friends who believe listening to music improves their tempo. Leave it to Puma to capitalize on the growing music-golf trend by adding headphones to its growing apparel line. The El Diego comes in four different colors, including Rickie Fowler orange. — $59.95

Ashworth Cardiff Mesh — Ashworth made a big splash when it unveiled the new Cardiff line this season. The shoe currently worn by four-time PGA Tourwinner Justin Rose is not only comfortable and durable enough to handle 36 holes, its stylish enough to be worn off the course as well. The mesh version comes with a 2-year waterproof warranty. — $120

Optishot Golf Simulator — Live in an area of the country that's currently covered in snow? This could be a great way to keep the golfer in your life incredibly happy during the off-season. Optishot's simulator allows you to hone your game by playing from the comfort of your own home. With pinpoint accurate swing analysis and real 3D courses, this is the next best thing to splurging on a golf — $399.95

Maxfli U-Series balls — If there's one thing you should never do, it's give the golfer in your family a ball they'll likely never play. These days, it seems like everyone is looking for a do-everything ball that comes with wallet-friendly price tag. Enter Maxfli's U-Series, which comes in four different models (U/4, U/4x, U/3 and U/2). Whether you prefer a four-piece ball or a two-piece with a premium performance cover, Maxfli gives you a multitude of options in the U-Series. — $19.99-$34.99

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