This Father's Day, do your dad a favour and put down the novelty presents and get him something he’ll really love from our list of Father’s Day gifts for golfers
Father’s Day Gifts For Golfers
This Father’s Day, do your dad a favour and put down the novelty ball stamping kit, forget about the indoor putting mat, and get him something he’ll really love from our list of Father’s Day gifts for golfers.
Tickets to The Open (£10-£255)
From July 16-23, the 147th Open Championship at the Royal Birkdale Golf Club in Southport would be the perfect place as a treat for your Dad. If you can make the trip up to just south of Liverpool, there are a range of prices to suit various budgets. Prices range from as cheap as a daily ticket (from £10) to a £255 week pass so you can take in every last moment of this prestigious competition.
Henrik Stenson won last year’s Open Championship in an amazing final round, and we’re hoping for just as much excitement come July.
Titleist Pro V1 12 pack golf balls (£42.99)
Why not treat your dad to the most popular ball in golf, which now features a next generation core that generates lower spin and faster ball speeds.
Game Golf stat tracking device (£169.99)
One of the hottest tech products in golf, Game Golf tracks your dad’s round from tee to green, revealing how far he hits each club, and stores his vital stats, like how accurately he drives it off the tee and how many putts he takes each round to help him improve his game.
A Golf Monthly subscription (£41.99 for 13 issues)
What better Father’s Day gift could you ask for? The World’s Oldest Golf Magazine delivered to his door every four weeks, that’s what. On top of this month’s issue with the top 100 hundred golf tips to transform your Dad’s game, you can buy your dad a subscription to Golf Monthly for just £41.99, a saving of 35%.
Garmin Approach S20 GPS Watch (£149.99)
Forget your Apple Watches and Samsung Gears, the Garmin Approach S20 is the wearable golfers need. With daily activity tracking, smart notifications, and TruSwing and AutoShot round analyser, this Garmin GPS watch is packed full of features to revitalise your game.
TaylorMade Spider Tour Red Putter (£249.99)
Now for the more expensive end of the scale. £250 is a lot of money to drop on a putter, but try and find us a more stunning one to look at than this. The svelte red club head packing TaylorMade’s Pure Roll tech would be an attractive addition to any set, including that of Rory McIlroy, who made the switch just last week ahead of the US Open 2017.
Seve: The Movie Blu-ray (£3.70)
One of golf’s leading figures from the 1970s to 1990s, Seve Ballesteros’s story will captivate with this blu-ray on the Sunday afternoon of Father’s Day. This is the story of Ballesteros’s fight to become the golf legend he was, despite being blocked at nearly every turn. And, at £3.70 on Amazon, it’s a steal too.
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Titliest StaDry Waterproof Stand Bag (£149.99)
We can guarantee you some perfect golf picks for Father’s Day, but we can’t exactly ensure that the weather is going to be all sunny and clear. So, when the sun is hidden away by thick cloud and rain is falling and speeding up the course, pick the Titliest StaDry to keep your Dad’s clubs spick and span. This waterproof black-white-and-red beauty even comes bundled with a 12-pack of Titliest Pro V1 balls for £192.98, so everything can match.
A relaxing golf break
There’s no better holiday than a golf holiday. Okay we might be a little biased, but there is loads of choice if you want to treat your Dad to a quick getaway with a few rounds of golf thrown in for good measure. A good example is at The Belfry in Warwickhire, where you can grab 2 rounds of golf on their beautiful courses with dinner, bed, and breakfast, courtesy of Your Golf Travel.
Golf can be an expensive sport at the best of times. But, if you shopping for father on a budget, we recommend a pack of these small permanent markers. Small enough to fit in any golf bag, these Sharpies are the perfect way for Dad to mark his golf balls. It might jut stop him from playing the wrong ball on his next round.
A lesson with his local professional
What every golfer wants more than anything is to get better at golf! While your dad may be too proud to book his own lessons, he couldn’t possibly refuse to go to one so kindly gifted to him by his favourite child, which is what you’d become!