Watching the U.S. Open can make the casual duffer a little jealous of professional golfers. They play on the best courses. They use the best equipment. Adoring fans cheer their every swing and putt. They earn millions for just playing golf, and even more through sponsorship deals. The only downside: The pros must walk the course—golf carts are forbidden at PGA tournaments. Thankfully, those of us in the amateur ranks have no such restriction. But why limit yourself to common carts that roll on wheels? The Golf Cart Hovercraft lets you one-up the pros while assuring your popularity with your foursome. Inspired by the Thinkmodo-designed prototype driven by 2012 Masters champion Bubba Watson in the “Bubba’s Hover” viral video for Oakley, this golf cart glides over hazards on a cushion of air as easily as it does over fairways and the rough. Powered by a 65-hp twin-cylinder Hirth engine, its nine-blade axial-flow ducted fan propels the craft up to 45 mph and 9″ off the ground without harming grass, allowing immediate crossing of a pond or stream to follow-up a cross-water shot. The fan’s streamlined design minimizes noise while conveying four passengers beneath a lift-up roof and two golf bags in an open rear compartment. Motorcycle-style handlebars steer the craft while a patented fly-by-wire reverse thrust system provides braking and backwards hovering up to 25 mph—the only hovercraft in the world to do so. (An especially useful feature should a wayward drive ricochet off a tree.) The Golf Cart Hovercraft sells for $58,000 and is now available on the Hammacher website.