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Best Golf Gifts: The best ways to practice at-home this season

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December 15, 2021

The holidays might look different this year with so many spending more time at home, but that doesn’t mean your golf game has to be put on the back burner. We’ve discovered great ways to stay fresh during the off-season with these at-home golf gift ideas that’ll shake off the winter blues and avoid losing that progress you made in 2021.
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Golf-themed glassware can become cliche very easily, so opt for quality instead. These crystal whiskey glasses have a touch of golf with a dimple texture on the bottom to give it a golf theme without going overboard.

Whether you’re grinding in the backyard with snow on the ground or just need to keep warm while out and about, this striped beanie is the perfect winter touch. It’s got a colorful pom and an on-trend thick fold-over cuff that’ll provide a cozy fit without losing shape.

While this type of footwear is not technically considered a winter shoe, don’t sleep on slides this holiday season. These cushioned slides are great for when you want to switch out of your golf shoes or snow boots quickly and into something slipper-like without the slipper look. Available in a variety of colors, these cozy kicks have a textured sole that provides enough traction to handle wet or icy conditions.

You might be spending a lot of time at home, but these face masks from Rhoback are an ultra-stylish way to stay safe when you have to go out. The moldable nose bridge allows for a customizable fit, bungee earloops are easy on the ears—and you can even match it with a golf shirt pattern from Rhoback, if that is your kind of thing.

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For anyone looking for a fun way to get their kids into golf, this family golf game can transform your living room into a mini golf course. Together you can design your course with the several kid-friendly obstacles and three holes included, without a ton of assembly or post-round cleanup.

Winter golf warriors will love this heated pouch from G-Tech. The battery-powered pouch provides up to 12 hours of heat inside the water-resistant pack. It clips around the waist, so you don’t have to dig through your pockets to find your divot-repair tool or your handwarmers between shots. It’s a favorite cold-weather accessory for many players on the tour but also comes in handy for skiing, hunting or whatever brings you outside during the winter months.

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This hydration challenge kit is great for those who need a little wellness boost to finish out the year. Choose between the seven-day kit or the full 10-month program and learn how hydration can positively impact your mind and body. The seven-day kit includes a bead tracker to monitor how much water you’re drinking throughout the day, a guide for the hydration challenge and a journal. The 10-month version takes it a step further with access to the brand’s digital community and resources on how to incorporate healthier habits into your daily routines for an improved sense of well-being.

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$48 + $95/month

Snow-covered fairways are no reason to let your game go—let this fun cap inspire you to work on your game this winter. The unstructured cap is from Ahead’s “Golf is Life” collection, which features the phrase in a variety of stylish designs and color options.

$32

With health being a top priority this year, the newest Fitbit aims to combat stress, manage heart health and support fitness goals. The smartwatch can monitor heart rhythm irregularity, track the level of oxygen in your blood and even has an on-wrist, skin-temperature sensor. Beyond the health features, the device will track workouts, play music and display notifications from your phone.

$200

Loungewear is the big trend with so many staying home this year, but you should upgrade from those tired old sweats. Opt for an upgraded casual bottom that makes you feel a little more put together without sacrificing comfort. These popular joggers from lululemon have a ton of stretch, a tailored fit and are available in a ton of colors.

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These high-rise range pants from Macade Golf are an extremely fashion-forward women’s golf pants option for the modern athleisure types or those just looking for a comfortable bottom. The olive joggers are made with a stretchy nylon-blend fabric—great for sneaking in a few at-home golf drills between Zoom meetings.

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If you’re looking to upgrade your home gym setup without spending too much, this 2-in-1 dumbbell and barbell set is a versatile way to add weight training into the mix. The dumbbell set comes with an adjustable bar that turns the weights into a barbell. The set comes with eight plates for a single dumbbell weight range or 1/2-pound to 17-pounds or a barbell max of 33 pounds.

$59

This might be one of the more unconventional golf gift ideas we’ve seen, but it's a fun idea—especially for the golfer who has it all. The Dimple Chair is the ultimate home-office accessory for golfers working remotely. The reclining desk chair is designed to look like a golf ball on the outside with a comfortable vegan leather cushion seat. Note: This item will ship in January

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