Bag the boxed lunch. Send the group off with lunch in this snazzy bag. From Built, the Tortuga Lunch Tote insulates food for up to four hours and stores flat. Bags can be logoed and cost $16 to $22 each. (212) 227-2044 x 424; builtny.com
Tee-time tales. Golfers love a good story, and James Dodson loves to write them about golf. His latest is A Son of the Game: A Story of Golf, Going Home, and Sharing Life's Lessons (Algonquin Books, $24.95; www.workman.com/algonquin/).
Got game. As an incentive gift or prize for tournament winners, offer the Putting Game ($299). The machine features a lighted target and comes with five games to help duffers sharpen their accuracy. (815) 331-1580; theputtinggame.com
Green grab bag. Eco-friendly items in a reusable tote make up a new gift pack from Ahead. Included are shirts made of organic materials, aluminum divot tools and hats created from recycled plastic. All items can be logoed. The men's version is $39.50 and the women's is $24.50. (203) 216-8452; aheadweb.com
Under the sun. Hawaiian tropic offers perfect pairings of sunscreen products for the face and lips, like The Sea Breeze, featuring a lip balm and a 4-oz. bottle of 30 SPF sunblock. Call for current pricing, which includes a one-color logo. (310) 937-2388; htsunpak.com
Take it with you. Affordable and stylish, the Lighthouse Golf Bag from Land's End can be carried on one shoulder or backpack-style. Available in black or pink for $149.50. (800) 800-5800; landsend.com