Father’s Day gifts 2021: The ultimate guide to work-from-home golf gifts for dad
Father’s Day is just around the corner, so treat Dad to something he’ll appreciate this year. With so many dads working from home, why not help him create the perfect golf setup he can use between (or during?) conference calls. We rounded up the best golf gift ideas for the dad who's spending more time than usual at home this year.
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This at-home putting mat is a great way to get in some extra reps. Just over nine feet, this training aid has alignment lines, an auto ball return and two hole sizes for precise practice. The natural wood finish will look great in any office, but it also rolls up for easy storage. Depending on the surface, putts roll at 10-14 on the stimpmeter for real-feel putting practice at home.
He might be dressing a little more casually working from home, but this polo feels like his favorite T-shirt and can be worn out of the house as well. This muted green shade is a color he likely doesn’t have in his closet but will match with just about any bottom and brighten up his entire look. Note: If you want this delivered by Father's Day, be sure to order by June 16 (FedEx orders only).
Phil Mickelson’s sunglasses have created a buzz across the golf world, and Dad surely has taken note. Let him try out Lefty’s look with these mirror aviators from MVMT. The oversize frames are a stylish look with a ton of 1980’s style he’ll appreciate.
This GPS golf watch launched in March and is designed for golfers who want a golf-specific smartwatch. It is easy to use with a face that is readable in direct sunlight, a large round face and up to 30 hours of battery life. It’s preloaded with 42,000 courses to provide yardages to the green, hazards and doglegs—with precision distance measurements to the front, middle and back of the green.
This cooler fits cans and bottles to keep beverages cold all day. The vacuum-insulated cooler will insulate a full bottle, or you can detach the neck to fit a can. It’s a versatile gift idea, and the lid even has a bottle opener on it as an extra fun (and practical) detail.
With five vibration frequencies and an ergonomic construction, this roller is great for treating pain or soreness at the back, spine or neck. It can be used on almost any muscle, but is designed to apply the perfect amount of pressure on the back while preventing extra stress on the spine.
Available in five colors ranging from this bright coral to simple black, this Bluetooth speaker is compact, waterproof and made with a passive radiator to boost the bass. The strap will clip anywhere, and it has 16 hours of battery life for each charge.
If dad is prone to squeezing in a few holes between Zoom meetings, he needs a Sunday bag. This stand bag holds seven clubs, has an ample amount of pockets and comes in several colors. It’s great for a quick trip to the course with just the essentials and will fit easily into the back of a packed car if Dad wants to bring his clubs on the next family trip.
These portable cleaners will remove debris from golf clubs, balls and even freshen up a dingy pair of golf shoes. The dual-sided cleaner has a scour pad on one side and an erasing sponge on the other. They’re activated by water, and the brand advises that gentle buffing is the most effective way to clean with these reusable sponges.
Rumors have been swirling that Apple may be releasing the next generation of AirPods soon—and the price drop on the original model supports that theory. In the meantime, it’s a great opportunity to take advantage of the lower price tag on these wireless earbuds that are a game-changer for remote working, travel and for listening to tunes or podcasts at the range.
Great for holiday weekends or as a fun layering piece on chilly mornings, this quarter-zip from Puma’s Volition collection is a useful and stylish gift. The four-way stretch material is comfortable and the subtle camo print with contrasting red zipper adds a little punch to the dark top.
Give Dad some workout motivation with these medicine balls printed with exercise inspiration. Each ball has eight self-guided workouts on the textured surface that are simple to understand and will encourage a full body workout. Available in five weight options ranging from four-to-10 pounds, it’s an affordable and easy way to mix up at-home workouts.
Spice up his morning coffee routine with this luxe French press from Le Ceuset. It comes in a ton of fun colors and is a fan favorite with coffee drinkers. The glazed stoneware construction keeps coffee warm so he can sip at it all day, and it’s dishwasher safe for quick cleanup for when he’s in a rush to get to an early tee time.
Whether dad has an entire home gym setup or just likes to stay active during the day, this compact and versatile kettlebell will make an excellent gift. It has six weight settings that are customizable with a turn of a dial between 8- and 40-pounds. He can perform a range of weight exercises (swings, rows, squats) and increase weight increments without having to purchase a whole set—and it will store easily under a desk or in a corner.
Work attire has gotten much more casual with so many people working from home, and golf fashion is trending that direction, too. This Stan Smith golf shoe is a versatile option to fit casual golf looks and trends with ease. It’ll look great with joggers or paired with a crewneck and shorts ensemble.
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From the Jordan Spieth Under Armour collection, this hat is bold, fun and a great way to spice up any outfit. It’s made with a lightweight fabric that is breathable and wicking to disperse heat and keep cool. It also comes in monochrome black or white, if the tropical pattern isn’t quite his style.