Last-Minute Gifts
December 22, 2020

The best holiday gift ideas for female golfers, according to our editors

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The last-minute holiday rush is upon us. If you’re still searching for the perfect golf gift for the ladies in your life, look no further. We asked the female golfers on staff what’s on their wish list this year to help you find something she’ll love.

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I love all my headcovers—except my driver headcover. For whatever reason, I haven’t gotten around to replacing it, and it sticks out among my collection of knit headcovers I’ve gathered over the past couple years. Seamus has a ton of color options, but I think this one would go nicely with the other headcovers I have—or maybe I’m just drawn to the word ‘Glacier’ as I write this during a snow storm. —Keely Levins

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I found this pottery company on Instagram and fell in love with the soothing, earthy hues and simple design. Anything from East Fork Pottery is how I’d write it on my wish list, but if you want to get more specific, a couple of these mugs and a great bag of coffee—like these espresso beans from the San Francisco coffee company Sightglass would make a great gift. —KL

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$67

I recently spent the week at the U.S. Women’s Open where not only was I inspired to up my golf game but my golf fashion as well. I spotted Danielle Kang wearing this golf dress. Most golf dresses are short-sleeved and I love long sleeves—so I usually don’t wear them. But this is the best of both worlds, and last time I checked it was even on sale. —Hally Leadbetter

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$13

You might've noticed the abundance of earmuffs being worn by the competitors at the U.S. Women's Open, because it really was freezing during the final round. My favorite look was Yealimi Noh who appeared to have just finished skiing in the French Alps. Earmuffs are a great idea for golfers brave enough to get out in the cold. I can't wait to try the look out on my own. —HL

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I can't get enough of these golf pants—I want one of every color. They're versatile enough to be worn to the course or the office, while achieving a level of comfortable that makes you want to wear them on days when both are on the schedule. —Grace Wayne

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I have never liked golf dresses, but I am all-in on Athleta’s Match Point Golf Dress. This dress is made with a lightweight fabric that has a professional-yet-flattering look. There is mesh ventilation across the back to keep you cool, and the hem falls at the perfect length. If you are looking for the perfect golf dress, this one has my vote.—Daria Delfino

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$40

The Titleist hand warmers are a great gift for the golfer that you can’t get off the course, despite how cold it might be. Ask any golfer who plays rounds in sub 50-degree weather; hand warmers make a world of a difference. As I always say, you've got to keep your hands warm if you want to get that putter hot. —DD

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$40

I’m very picky when it comes to masks, and these are the only ones I'll wear. Stylish, comfy, breathable, machine-washable—these tick all the boxes for me. Plus, it's a bonus that they come in packs of three, so I can always have a fresh one on hand. —DD.RELATED: Face masks that any golfer will appreciate

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$38

This no-fuss small pouch is on the top of my wish list this holiday season. Whenever I go to the golf course, like most women, I don’t bring a purse. Instead, I always dump my purse contents somewhere in my golf bag, then find myself fumbling to find my phone, keys, wallet, or they'll come tumbling out any time I unzip a pocket. This versatile pouch can also be used to store tees, balls, divot tools and whatever else you need on hand. —DD

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$23.99

I love the velvety smooth texture of this sunscreen and how weightless it feels after application. The waterproof formula keeps you protected for 80 minutes, and it’s tearless, so it doesn’t burn your eyes when you sweat! Plus, the one-ounce bottle is the perfect size for on-the-go sun protection.—Maddi MacClurg

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$145

I'm always a fan of pieces that can transition seamlessly from work to the course, like this sleek mockneck shirt from G/FORE. The retro tipping on the neckline and sleeves make it a subtle statement piece that’s easy to pair with any look. —MM

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I love this bomber jacket from Lululemon to throw on for a chilly round! Not only is it reversible, but it's also extremely breathable and has pockets to hold any extra tees and ball markers. The best part of this jacket is, while it is appropriate for the golf course, it can also be worn off the course easily to add warmth to any look. —CK

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I'm all about the tie-dye this season, and this hoodie is perfect for golf, lounging or really any activity. The reddish-pink pattern is stylish, and it would look great as a layering piece on or off the course. Needless to say, I'm #TeamHoodie all the way. —Nicole Rae

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This Bluetooth speaker would be PERFECT for a casual round with friends. It's lightweight and can hook right on to your golf bag, so it's great for walking! Plus it can easily slip into the pocket of your bag to make sure you don't lose it between rounds. —NR

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