Father's Day golf equipment guide

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In case you had forgotten, Father's Day (and the final round of the US Open) is on Sunday. That might put you in a panic because you've failed to get anything for your dad (or husband) but don't worry, we have you covered here with some equipment that he definitely wants. 

We have every price range and potentially every need -- from shoes to socks to wedges to drivers to gadgets -- covered in this guide.

You can click on the photos to take you to the site where you can purchase each item.

ProductStars (out of 5)Analysis
5 Kentwool USA socks are great. I have two pair now and I'm totally all in on them. I know it seems silly that a pair of socks could really be that big for your golf game but I can't possibly overstate how comfortable these things are. A must-have as a golfer. ($20)
4 I love the Adams Super S hybrid club for many reasons, not the least of which is how sleek it looks when I'm standing over my ball -- the white club on green grass looks terrific. Adams has long been the leader in fairway hybrids and their “Through Slot” on the bottom of the club has only added more distance and control. Very affordable club you have to have in your bag. ($150)
4 At $14 the CHAMP Zarma cleat is a steal. This is the brand of cleats used by 31 of the last 41 major champions and by more players on the PGA Tour than any other brand. If you're looking to save some cash this Father's Day, this is the way to go. ($14)
4 The Nike Covert VR_S Tour driver has quickly become one of my favorite drivers in the bag. It's a little pricey but I've found myself going back to it over and over again. The colors might throw you off at first but it's weighted beautifully and absolutely crushes the ball. I'm a big fan of the direction Nike is going with their woods and drivers. An incredible gift for pops. ($399)
4 You can put this 1-ounce SwingSmart device on your club and immediately get feedback on your swing via your mobile device. The “3-D Swing-View” on your phone allows players to see the path of their club head in motion from a variety of angles. Pretty sweet little gadget for something so small. ($249)
5 A quick confession: I've worn my Puma Faas Lite golf shoes more off the course than I have on. At 6.5 ounces the Faas is the lightest shoe in all of golf and I'm convinced you'll want to wear them around the house as much as you do on the greens and fairways. ($90)
4 The Ashworth performance multi-stripe golf shirts are both super comfortable and strong enough to withstand several hours on the course. I hate flimsy golf shirts (and shirts in general); this isn't flimsy. ($70)
5 The Cobra Tour Trusty LE wedge is my favorite club in the bag right now. It's heavy, which I love in my wedges, and offers a feel around the greens I haven't experienced with man wedges before. I don't tweet #GoTime every time I play with it but I wouldn't blame you if you did. ($150)

Happy shopping!

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Kyle Porter began his sports writing career with CBS Sports in 2012. He covers golf, writes poetry about Rory McIlroy's swing, stays ready on Tiger watch and loves the Masters more than anyone you know.... Full Bio

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