The Best Of The 2016 PGA Championship Merchandise Tent\nSignature prints, teddy bears and every New Jersey-related item your heart can desire. Here is the best the 2016 PGA Championship merchandise tent has to offer.\nPopular amongst autograph seekers, these PGA Baltusrol flags are also perfect for your makeshift backyard hole. \nThe Baltusrol logo is old-school cool, yet our heart belongs to the scenery featuring the Wanamaker draped by the 18th hole and the clubhouse. \nFor those that aspire to dress like Billy Horschel but have an aversion to pants, your prayers have been answered. \nWe'd still prefer to own the actual trophy, but I suppose a cap featuring one of sport's most famous prizes is a close second. \nHe may not be in the field, but Tiger's in Jersey in spirit, at least in the merchandise tent. \nIf you didn't let out an audible sigh upon seeing this cuddly guy, chances are you and I wouldn't get along. \nPosters of Baltusrol's signature hole were hot sellers during practice rounds. \nIt's PGA Championship week, but that didn't stop Polo from advertising what we'll see the American team flaunt at Hazeltine at the Ryder Cup this fall. \nAnother variation of Baltusrol's fourth hole. \nI might have tried this bad boy on, only to be informed by the helpful clerk that it was, indeed, a women's hat. \nFour contrasting ball markers, with polished yet subtle designs. \nJudging by the immaculate condition of the greens, wouldn't be surprised to see a few players from the field seek asylum in these glasses after their rounds. \nSee previous slide. \nThere are multiple towel designs, but this canvas of the clubhouse is the clear winner. \nJust in case you forgot where this year's tournament's located, this wooden marquee with past champions' names should do the trick. \nGo to your next business meeting in style. \nThis cover has a retro, dapper vibe. One gentlemen had five in the checkout line. Buying for friends? "No, I lose two a year, and usually toss one in the weeds after a three-putt." Oh. \nYes, there are Saturday and Sunday options as well, hidden behind Thursday and Friday. \nNothing that pops out from a tailoring standpoint. Of course, there's no need to, as Baltursol's emblem is flair in itself. \nTrust us, they really love the fourth hole here at Baltusrol. \nI didn't think it was possible for Jason Day's smile to be any brighter. I was wrong. \nNo shortage of lids at Baltusrol thanks to Ahead, New Era, Nike, Brand '47 and others. \nFeaturing the PGA-Baltusrol logo. \nBe it a college basketball floor or a t-shirt, anytime you can incorporate a state's outline into the design, you have my backing.