Bought a Bentley and got a few grand left over? Why not get some Bentley golf clubs?

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Parking your Bentley in the club car park is one way to make a statement, but the effect is ruined somewhat if you then pull a set of rusty mismatched clubs from the boot.  

Now, you can avoid that issue of your clubs letting your car down by purchasing Bentley's new collection of golf clubs and accessories.

Like the cars, however, the Bentley golf gear doesn’t come cheap. A set of Bentley irons (3-PW), in your choice of blades or cavity backs, can cost up to £3,000 – nearly £400 per club. If your bank balance will allow it, you can add a driver for £599, a fairway/utility wood for £349, a hybrid for £299 or a putter for £349.

Try not to roof it on your first hit...

If you want the complete set in graphite, you will need to have £7,815 handy. Mind you, the deal does include a tour bag normally priced at £2,495, plus three wedges, so there shouldn’t be too much added expense thereafter.

If all of that isn't enough, you can customise the range with bespoke clubheads, shafts and grips, but extra charges apply.

If your budget won't quite stretch that far, you could instead look to Bentley’s range of golf accessories, which includes carbon steel ball markers for £70 and a box of nine balls for £60.

You'd be annoyed if you lost your marker

For an added wow factor, you can shell out £1,000 on a silver sterling ball marker and pitch marker from Ottewill Silversmiths – the same jeweller that makes replica versions of the Claret Jug for every Open champion.